How to get from Orly airport to Paris the Marais area ?

 

 

Paris is a real concentrate of museums, sculptures, historical monuments, famous residences, chic places. No wonder if it attracts a stream of tourists. But transport in the capital can be a real problem, especially if your time is precious when you have to move quickly in its boroughs. Thus, if you are looking for a safest and cheapest alternative for moving serenely from Paris to the Marais district, we can only recommend our shared shuttle. This solution is the ideal way to save you time while enjoying a flat rate. Indeed, whatever the traffic status, you will only have to pay one price. But it is recommended to book your race in advance in order to have the insurance of a transfer with a shared shuttle.

 

Note first that our experienced and courteous driver can pick you up on arrival at Orly airport and bring you to the station or your hotel with this transport solution. Our shared shuttle can also pick you up at your hotel and take you directly to the Marais district in the 3rd and 4th district of the city. This area is one of the must see places for tourists. It is actually one of the oldest parts of the City of Light that testifies the history of France. Here you will find the most beautiful monuments of the city, some of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites as well as trendy shops.

 

 

Among these monuments, we can mention the Place de Vosges which was built in the 17th century. On this square, you can admire the famous hotel Sully or take a walk in the house of Victor Hugo. Not far from this place, you will also find a temple dating from the 17th century, the Temple du Marais. Continuing on Rivoli street, you will arrive at the Town Hall Bazaar, a place to shop and at Hôtel de Ville in Paris, a building built in the 14th century. This is the seat of the Paris headquarters. In the Marais district, you will also find the Carnavalet museum which used to be a residence, as well as the historical library of the city in the Place de Vosges. And if you want to put something in the stomach, take Rue de Rosiers where you would find Jewish restaurants with varied menus. Finally, the Marais district is home to the epicenter of the gay community as well as starred hotels and many trendy boutiques like American Vintage, Lacoste, Sandro, Guerlain, Kookai shop etc.

 

You can obviously take public transport or a taxi to go to the Marais district but these means of transport are not practical in some cases. Indeed, if you do not have time to waste while waiting for the arrival of a bus, it is better to reserve a shared shuttle in advance. In addition, the cost of a taxi can go up with the traffic (if there is a plug) while our transfer in a shared car offers a fixed rate. It is therefore an advantageous way to bring you to your destination, whether you are a single person or a group of tourists. Do not hesitate to request a car service now with a friendly and courteous English speaking driver.

 

 

Updated At 22 - 09