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Paris Latin Quarter Hotels so convenient with Paris Visite

Paris Latin Quarter Hotels so convenient with Paris Visite

Paris Latin Quarter hotels are easily and conveniently reached by public transport when you use the Paris Visite travel card, recommended by the Hotel Royal Cardinal. This pass permits use of the public transport services of the greater metropolitan area of Paris, including the Metro, RER train system, the Ile de France bus lines, the Orlyval line and the tram system. It even allows passage on the wonderful Montmartre funicular railway and the Noctambus (night bus). The reasonably priced Paris Visite travel card allows unlimited travel for one, two, three or five consecutive calendar days. A great idea, removing the hassle of fares and tickets.

Paris Latin Quarter Hotels recommend the Paris Visite travel card

Getting around Paris has never been so easy, from your hotel to see the sights and landmarks and back again. The Paris Visite travel card can be bought at all participating Paris transport terminals and stations, Orly and Charles de Gaulle airports, and tourist offices. It can be purchased from selected travel agencies outside France.

You can choose between Zone 1-3, which covers central Paris, or Zone 1-5, which includes the suburban areas such as Disneyland and the airports. The pass is valid from the first day of actual use, so can be purchased well ahead of the time it will be required. As a bonus the Paris Visite card also entitles the user to partake of a generous range of special offers. For example you can obtain 20% off the admission price to Disneyland Paris, a 35% reduction in the entry fee to the Montparnasse Tower, or a 10% discount and a free shopping bag from the renowned Galeries Lafayette department store.

Hotel Royal Cardinal: One of the leading Paris Latin Quarter Hotels

You can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome to our hotel in the heart of the Paris Latin Quarter, where an atmosphere of culture and Bohemianism still prevails. In this charming area of cafes, bistros and bookstores you will be close to the Sorbonne, the Cluny Museum and the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens.


Picture copyright holder : Tourist office Paris - Photographer David Lefranc