Looking to get from Charles de Gaulle to Eiffel Tower? The Eiffel Tower is a true symbol of France and one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. With a trip to its tip topping bucket lists of travelers the world over, the Eiffel Tower is an absolute must-see when visiting Paris. Named after Gustave Eiffel whose company created the wrought iron structure, the Eiffel Tower is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris. Construction for the Tower began in 1887 and was completed in 1889, making the Tower 130 years old. From 1889 until 1930, the Eiffel Tower held the title of tallest tower in the world. These days, the Eiffel Tower is the most visited paid monument in the world, seeing nearly 7 million visitors per year.
If the Eiffel Tower is your first destination upon arrival in Paris, you’re in luck. The Tower is approximately 34kms from the Charles de Gaulle airport and can be easily reached by a range of transport modes. Charles de Gaulle is France’s largest airport and services both domestic and international flights. Servicing 80 million passengers per year, CDG Airport can be difficult to navigate due to the crowds and sheer physical size of the place. It consists of three major terminals which are some distance apart, so remember to leave ample time to check-in to ensure you do not miss your flight.
To visit the iconic structure straight from CDG Airport, you have three transport options: taxi, train or shuttle bus.
Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to the Eiffel Tower
The most convenient way to reach from Charles de Gaulle to Eiffel Tower and ensure your Parisian adventure gets of to a stress-free start is to book a taxi. Top Paris Transfer has a modern fleet of luxury vehicles that will take you to the iconic landmark in style. Avoid the hassle of dragging around luggage while you attempt to navigate CDG Airport, and be met by your driver who will be able to guide you to the vehicle.
The service begins in the busy arrival hall where your driver will be waiting to greet you, holding a sign that clearly identifies your name. They will help carry your luggage and show you to the vehicle, which will be parked nearby. If you are travelling with children please indicate this at the time of booking and complimentary car seats will be provided. We value the safety of our passengers and want to ensure your journey is enjoyable.
Our exceptional service does not end here. With professional, fully licensed drivers, your trip to the Eiffel Tower is sure to be comfortable. Our drivers speak both French and English, and will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have. If you require assistance before or after you trip, our 24/7 customer service team will be more than happy to help.
For your convenience, we only require payment on completion of the trip. We understand that you may not have had time to exchange money and try to accommodate by accepting payment in euro, dollar or pound.
1-3 passengers – 55€
4 passengers – 60€
5 passengers – 70€
6 passengers – 75€
7 passengers – 80€
8 passengers – 90€
Transfers from CDG Airport to the Eiffel Tower By Train
Alternatively, you can choose to take the train from CDG to Eiffel Tower. You will need to locate the Roissypole Station near Terminal 2 and 3 of CDG Airport, then catch the RER B line train towards Gare de Massy Palaiseau, disembarking at Saint Michel-Notre Dame. From here, a RER C train will take you to the Champ de Mars Tour Eiffel station. Trains depart regularly between 4.50am and 11.50pm.
Duration: 1 hour and 5 minutes.
Cost: 1,90€ for an adult ticket, one way.
Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport to the Eiffel Tower By Bus
Another option to get from Charles de Gaulle airport to Eiffel Tower, although perhaps less convenient especially with luggage, is to catch a shuttle bus. Etoile-Mac Mahon bus station is located 300m from CDG Airport and the 92 Bus will take you from here to Bosquet-Rapp. Once you’ve disembarked from the bus, it is approximately a 10 minute walk to the Eiffel Tower.
Duration: 1 hour bus ride, plus walking either side.
Given the walking components of this journey, this option is not recommended for people carrying a lot of luggage or who are travelling with small children.