Charles De Gaulle To Fontainebleau

How To Get From Charles De Gaulle To Fontainebleau

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This guide helps you move from Charles de Gaulle airport to Fontainebleau with ease and comfort.

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CDG airport is one of Europe’s largest airports. It is good that you familiarize yourself with the airport. A map will come in handy to save you from confusion and getting lost once you arrive.

Our customer service will provide you with all the information you need, but it is good to know something about the airport.

Fontainebleau is in the metropolitan area of Paris. It is 94.2 kilometers from Charles De Gaulle to Fontainebleau through Paris. In the Île-de-France region, Fontainebleau is the commune with the largest land area. It covers a total land area larger than Paris itself.

Here are a few other modes of transport you can use between CDG to Fontainebleau.

Private Taxi From Charles de Gaulle to Fontainebleau

There are authorized taxis that you can take from their authorized and designated parking bays. Take caution not to take a taxi any place away from their designated parking points. Additionally, do not heed people who call out claiming they can get you a taxi.

These options of moving between Charles de Gaulle airport to Fontainebleau have varying levels of comfort and smoothness. The transfer travel method remains the best which will be by car. It picks you where you are and drops you where you want to be.

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Transfer from CDG to Fontainebleau By Train

You may take the commuter train to Fontainebleau. Taking the train is however subjecting you to a long tiring journey. It saps the energy from you, and is quite expensive.

To get from CDG to Fontainebleau using the commuter train will take you an average of 2 hours. The fastest journey on train on this route is 1 hour and 30 minutes long.

This trip by train involves two or three changes of trains, and drains you of between €71 and €149. The distance you will cover by train is 66 kilometers.

If you have some luggage with you, think about the hassle of lugging it up and down train station staircases while needing to keep tight time.

You will need to get to Terminal 2 at Charles De Gaulle airport. That is where you get trains going into Paris and other cities.

The first train departs from the Charles de Gaulle Airport station at 04:50. The last one departs at 20:40.

If you are taking this option to move from Charles de Gaulle to Fontainebleau, make sure to book and pay for your ticket in advance. It is cheaper that way, and can all be done online.

Train companies plying this route include the French state owned national railway company (SNCF), Eurostar, and Ouigo among others.

Transfers From Charles de Gaulle Airport to Fontainebleau by Bus

Another way of getting to Fontainbleau from Charles de Gaulle is by taking a shuttle bus. From the airport, take the Le-Bus Direct shuttle. This shuttle was formerly called the Les Cars Air France (Air France Bus). These buses serve Terminal 1, Gate 32 and terminals 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E and 2F.

If you arrive at de Gaulle via Terminal 3, take the Bus 350 or the RoissyBus.

Make sure to have some cash on you if you did not buy your bus ticket in advance online. Once you make an online purchase for a bus ticket, make sure to keep the receipt and the ticket. The drivers need to see your bus ticket either in print-out or on your smartphone’s screen.

You have comfort options on some of these buses ranging from first-class to economy class. Leg room is of important consideration here if you take this sometimes crampy option for your cruise to Fontainebleau.

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