Guide On How To Transfer from Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport to Boulogne Billancourt
Steeped in history, Boulogne-Billancourt is one of the most famous suburbs in Paris. From its recognition as the birthplace of three different French industries, cinema, aircraft and film to its ecological drive to improve its already impressive geothermal power the commune is an important part of the French capital’s ingenuity. Boulogne-Billancourt is also very famous for being one of the wealthiest cities in France.
Home to major businesses such as Renault, Carrefour, Yoplait and Alcatel-Lucent the area is densely populated and frequented by many business visitors. Many of which travel internationally into Paris Charles de Gaulle airport (CDG).
CDG is not only Paris’, but France’s busiest airport, handling 475000 flights each year and 190000 passengers each day it can be an extremely busy port. Home to Air France and a secondary hub to easyJet, Delta and Transavia, the airport is spread over a large site.
Consisting of 3 terminals, one of which is split into 7 sub-terminals, the airport has many connecting corridors and walkways which can be daunting and time-consuming to navigate, especially if you have to get to the public transport stops and onto Boulogne-Billancourt for an important meeting.
The airports train station is located underneath terminal 2 and the bus stops are spread over all over the terminals to different destinations. A door to door service is by far the most effective way to travel between from Charles de Gaulle to Boulogne Billancourt.
Private Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Boulogne Billancourt
When considering what private taxi service to use, you should look no further than T2 Transfer. With fleet of brand new luxury cars, fully licensed and professional drivers they offer an unparalleled service from Charles de Gaulle to Boulogne Billancourt.
The start of your journey from Charles de Gaulle is made all the easier through your driver meeting you at the arrivals area. They will clearly display your name on a placard to they can be identified. From arrivals they will take you through the busy Charles de Gaulle airport to your waiting car. Your taxi is completely private, you don’t share it with anyone else. The journey from CDG will take approximately 45 minutes, dependent on traffic.
If you are travelling to the Boulogne Billancourt with children you will be safe in the knowledge that T2 Transfer will provide child seats free of charge.
If you have any questions about the service you are able to contact T2 Transfer customer services 24/7, you are also able to ask the driver on your journey, the drivers speak French and English.
Customer Service and convenience is important and you are able to pay for your journey in Euros, GBP or US Dollars. Prices can be found below:
- 1-3 passengers – € 65
- 1-4 passengers – € 70
- 1-5 passengers – € 75
- 1-6 passengers – € 80
- 1-7 passengers – € 85
- 1-8 passengers – € 90
Transfers from CDG Airport to Boulogne Billancourt By Train
It is not possible to use the intercity TGV rail services from CDG to Boulogne Billancourt but there are a couple of different options on the RER, the Parisian suburban rail service. The RER runs between 0500 and 0000 and trains depart CDG every 15-20 minutes.
The first option is to catch the RER B from Charles de Gaulle to Chatelet Les Halles. At Chatelet Les Halles you then change to the RER A train to Auber. From Auber you need to walk to Havre – Caumartin where you take the Metro 9 to Marcel Sembat where Boulogne Billancourt is a short walk away.
The second option is to take the RER B from CDG to St Michel-Notre Dame. From St Michel-Notre Dame you need to walk to Cluny-La Sorbonne to take the Metro 10 to Boulogne-Jean Jaures where Boulogne Billancourt is a short walk away.
Both of these options take the same amount of time, but as we can see there are several changes and walks required.
Duration: 1 hr 15 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
Transfer from Charles de Gaulle to Boulogne Billancourt By Bus
There are no true or easy ‘bus only’ journeys from Charles de Gaulle to Boulogne Billancourt, there is however the option of the bus from CDG to central Paris and then a couple of legs on the Metro. The journey starts in the Ouibus 2716 to Etoile-Champs Elysees. At Etoile-Champs Elysees you then take the Metro 6 to Trocadero. From Trocadero you take the Metro 9 to Marcel Sembat where Boulogne Billancourt is a short walk away.
Duration: 1 hr 15 minutes
Cost: Adult single ticket is approximately €10, Child single ticket is €7