Complete Guide On How To Transfer From Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport to Issy-les-Moulineaux
The former manufacturing base of Paris, Issy-les-Moulineaux has transformed to become the centre of the Val de Seine business district, home of high value services. The commune finds itself as the home for most of France’s major TV networks as well as Coca Cola Europe, Eurosport, Sodexho and IT giant, Microsoft. In addition to the business district, the commune also boasts 39 schools.
This Southwestern suburb of the capital lies on the left bank of the Seine and is considered to be one of Paris’ entrances, despite being only 4.25km2 in area. The density is further exposed when revealing 66000 people reside there. The area is a hive of activity and even has its own public heliport for executives, clearly not everyone visiting the area will have access to this luxury, but many will fly into Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG) airport, albeit on Air France or easyJet. CDG is 40 Km North East of Issy-les-Moulineaux.
The largest airport in France, Charles de Gaulle is spread over 32 Sq km and boasts 3 terminals, 1 of which, terminal 2, is divided into 7 sub terminals. The capability of the airport is clear to see when you consider it has 90 million passengers passing through it each year with 475000 aircraft movements. The airport is very daunting for first time visitors and you should read ahead on its layout and features.
CDG has its own train station and is served by various bus services across the Paris region. The A1 motorway passes close by, allowing easy vehicle access to the airport. One way to avoid the hassle of navigating the airport on your journey to Issy-les-Moulineaux is to take advantage of the close road network and use a private taxi.
Private Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Issy-les-Moulineaux
An excellent choice for private taxi transfers to Issy-les-Moulineaux is T2 Transfer. Their helpful drivers meet you at the arrivals area and clearly display your name on a board so you know who to meet. From the arrivals areas they will take you to your brand new luxury vehicle. If you have children rest assured they will have car seats, at no extra cost. If you have any questions your driver will be able to speak with you in French or English. The driver will be fully licensed and professional.
The private taxi transfer will take around 40 minutes via the A3 motorway, dependent on the traffic. The journey travels through Paris and takes in some great sights.
For any questions about T2 Transfer, their customer service can be contacted 24/7.
You can book journey’s from Charles de Gaulle to Issy-les-Moulineaux now and don’t have to pay until the end of your journey. For even more convenience you are able to pay in either euros, pounds or dollars.
Prices can be found below:
- 1-3 passengers – € 75
- 1-4 passengers – € 80
- 1-5 passengers – € 85
- 1-6 passengers – € 90
- 1-7 passengers – € 95
- 1-8 passengers – € 100
Transfers from CDG Airport to Issy-les-Moulineaux By Train
It is possible to utlise the suburban rail network in Paris to travel between CDG to Issy-les-Moulineaux. The journey starts at Paris CDG RER station on the RER B line and takes 49 minutes to Cite Universitaire. From Cite Universitaire you catch the T3a tram to Pont du Garigliano. You then catch the RER C to Issy-Val de Seine. As you can see, this is not the easiest transit, especially if you have a lot of luggage or children or elderly people with you.
The other option is to take the RER B to Cluny-La Sorbonne and then the Metro 10 to Javel where you would then pick up the RER C to Issy-Val de Seine.
- Duration: 1 hr 25 minutes
- Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
It is not worth considering intercity train services as they are overly complex and require many connections back onto the suburban rail network.
Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Issy-les-Moulineaux By Shuttle Bus
Unfortunately the bus network is not too kind to travellers heading from Charles de Gaulle airport to Issy-les-Moulineaux. There are no direct services. The only possible route recommended is to catch the DIRECT 2 bus from Charles de Gaulle terminal 1 to the Eiffel Tower. From the Eiffel Tower you need to walk to Champ de Mars- Tour Eiffel RER C station and then catch the RER C to Issy-Val de Seine. Not the easiest route by any means and takes 1 hour 22 minutes.
- Duration: 1 hr 22 minutes
- Cost: Adult single ticket is €17 for Le Bus Direct and then €7 for the RER in zones 1-2. Child single ticket is €10 for Le Bus Direct.