Although Paris is well connected with mainland and continental Europe by air and rail, for those who prefer to travel at their own pace in comfort and peace, a number of bus and coach companies have services timetabled from every major city in Europe to the French capital. Most international services arrive at Paris's famous Gallieni station which is further connected to the Paris metro and domestic bus services to other parts of France. Gallieni is conveniently located to the east of the city centre in the 22nd arrondissement. All major European bus and coach franchises have services into and out of Paris, including, from Great Britain, Eurolines and National Express Coaches.
Which bus stations have direct buses to Paris? London Victoria Bus Station is the UK's hub for all buses setting off to Paris.
How far in advance to book buses to Paris? The varying bus companies on this route release their tickets at different intervals. A general rule of thumb is to book at least a few weeks before, although price fluctuations aren't so extreme with buses on this route as they are for trains and flights.
How much are tickets for buses to Paris? Depending on when you book, you could get tickets for between £10 and £50.
What are the main bus stations in Paris? International buses will generally arrive at Paris GALLIENI bus station.
How to get from Paris Gallieni to Paris city centre? Paris Gallieni is located in the district of Bagnolet at the Eastern Terminus of Paris Métro Line 3, which runs West to East through the centre of the city.
An average meal in a restaurant in Paris costs 12.4% more than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Paris are on average 9.7% higher than in the other cities in France.
Public transport in Paris costs around 12.5% more than national average.
A night in a hotel in Paris is about 47.3% more expensive on average than in the rest of France.
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