Wondering how to get from Charles de Gaulle to Le Bourget? Le Bourget is an area located in the Le Raincy arrondisement in the north east suburbs of Paris. It is home to its own airport by the same name, which also hosts an air and space museum called Musee de l’Air et de l’Espace. Le Bourget Airport was previously the principal airport in Paris however now services general aviation needs and business jets. Many air shows are held air, with the most popular being Paris Air Show.
If you are coming to Paris and have a flight scheduled from Le Bourget Airport or are simply looking to explore the area, it’s likely that you will first land at Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport. CDG is France’s largest and busiest airport, seeing over 80 million passengers per year. It services a range of domestic and international flights, with flight paths across Europe and around the globe. To service this many people, the airport is quite large in size. It has three main terminals, with Terminal 2 consisting of seven sub-terminals. The airport can be daunting for first time visitors to navigate, so allow plenty of time to make it through without becoming stressed.
When you land at CDG Airport, you will need to take another form of transport to Le Bourget. There are three options to get you there, including taxi, train and bus.
Taxi from Charles de Gaulle to Le Bourget
Taxi is by far the most convenient option to get from Charles de Gaulle to Le Bourget. Avoid tedious changeovers and take a taxi directly to your final destination with Top Paris Transfer. We offer a safe and reliable service, with highly professional drivers who are fluent in both French and English. Book one of our taxis online ahead of your arrival to experience a hassle-free journey from the airport to Le Bourget.
Your driver will meet you in the arrival hall of CDG Airport, identifiable through the chaos by a marked placard stating your name. They will greet you in a friendly and professional manner, helping you with your luggage as they escort you to one of our modern, luxury vehicles. We accommodate travelers of all ages and provide complementary car seats for all children. Our drivers are happy to help in any way they can, but if you need further assistance before or after your journey please contact our 24/7 customer service team.
When you arrive at your destination, your driver will help unload your luggage. Payment will also be collected upon arrival and is accepted in euro, pound or dollar for your convenience.
Charles de Gaulle to Le Bourget Taxi Prices
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Transfers from CDG to Le Bourget By Train
Alternatively you can choose to travel to Le Bourget by train, although the journey does require a change and may not be appropriate for groups with children, elderly passengers or lots of luggage.
To get the train, make your way to the CDG train station located at Terminal 2. You can pre-purchase tickets or buy them from the ticket counter. You will need to board an RER B train towards Kabe, disembarking at Paris Nord. From here you will change to another RER B train headed towards EPOU. Ride this for three stops, which will take you to Le Bourget. Once there you can walk or get a taxi to your final destination.
Duration: 49 minute.
Cost: 10€ per adult ticket, 7€ per child ticket,
Transfer from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Le Bourget By Bus
The best bus to get you from CDG to Le Bourget is route 350. Take the service going to Paris-Porte De La Chappelle, which goes via Le Bourget. Take note that there are numerous stops so they journey can take well over an hour with traffic. Buses depart from all terminal and run regularly every day. If you aren’t in a rush, the bus may be a good alternative.
Duration: 1 hour – 1 hour 15 minutes.
Cost: 6€ for an adult ticket.