Guide On How To Transfer from Paris to La Vallee Village
Open from 10am to 8pm every day, La Vallee Village is every shopper’s dream. With over 110 boutique and lifestyle shops offering the top brands in fashion at reduced prices the open air village is a popular tourist attraction. Collections by icons such as Jimmy Choo, Superdry, Armani, Paul Smith and Kenzo are complemented by food outlets offering exquisite French gastronomy to the well known Starbucks coffee brand. Located approximately 38 km east of Paris, its open air architecture and array of shopping outlets offers a relaxation from the hustle and bustle of busy shopping streets in Paris such as Avenue des Champs Elysées, Rue de Passy or Rue de Rennes.
The City of Lights, Paris, is visited by over 36 million people annually, drawn to the shopping, museums and monuments. With that many people in greater Paris there is an impressive 1570 hotels to accommodate them all. With this many people staying and transiting around Paris the public transport systems are extremely busy, the Paris metro alone carries 5 million people each day.
If you are staying in Paris but wish to visit La Vallee Village the public transport system may not be the best option, especially if you are staying in a hotel away from the rail and bus network. It may not be much fun carrying many, many shopping bags on the public transport system!
Private Taxi from Paris to La Vallee Village
The easiest and most secure way to get from Paris to La Vallee Village is by private taxi. The service offered by T2 Transfer is ideal. The real benefit of one of their private taxis is that it will pick you up from wherever you require in Paris, this doesn’t happen with public transport. T2 Transfer private taxi is also just that, private, you don’t have to share the brand new luxury car with anyone else and if you are travelling with children they will provide car seats free of charge.
On the 40 minute journey (dependent on traffic) your friendly, professional and fully licensed driver will be happy to converse with you in French or English, you can ask them questions about your service or to point out the sights! If you have any questions about the service before or after your journey you can contact T2 Transfer customer service 24/7.
For your convenience, and unlike other services, you can pay for your journey in euros, pounds or dollars.
Prices for the journey are below:
- 1-3 passengers – € 70
- 1-4 passengers – € 75
- 1-5 passengers – € 80
- 1-6 passengers – € 85
- 1-7 passengers – € 90
- 1-8 passengers – € 90
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Transfers from Paris to La Vallee Village By Train
From central Paris it is possible to utilise the Metro and then the RER A suburban train service to ge to La Vallee Village.
From Auber RER station you need to walk to Havre-Caumartin and take the Metro line 9 to Nation station where you then catch the RER A line towards Marne-la-vallee. You then need to alight at Val d’Europe RER station to walk to La Vallee Village.
From Gare de Nord you take the RER B line to Chatelet-Les-Halles where you catch the RER A line as above.
Gare de Lyon requires Metro 1 to Nation station where you then catch the RER A line to Marne-la-vallee.
The RER services run very frequently between 0500 and 0000, typically departing no more than every 15 minutes. Ticket prices for the services vary dependent on your requirements.
- Duration: 1 hr
- Cost: Adult single ticket is €10, Child single ticket is €7
It is not effective to utilise the intercity route services, they are overly long and complicated.
Transfer from Paris to La Vallee Village By Shuttle
It is possible to utilise the Shopping Express bus service between Paris and La Vallee Village, although this may not be the easiest carrying lots of shopping on your return! The bus departs Rue des Pyramides in the 1st arrondissement, so you need to make your way to that area from your starting point. The bus service is not very frequent, departing from Rue des Pyramides at 0930 and 1300. The service is also quite expensive.
- Duration: 1 hr
- Cost: Adult return ticket is €25, Child return ticket is €13 (age 3-11)
There are no viable local RATP bus services La Vallee Village.