Information & Facts
There are taxis outside the arrival terminals and
the taxi fare to the city centre is generally
All the major car rental companies are represented at the
Several choices of public transportaiont methods are the
cheapest way to the city centre. RER C trains leave regularly from
both terminals and connect to the metro and SNCF train stations. A
number of bus services also operate from both terminals such as the
Roissy bus line and Air France. Taxis are an expensive albeit fast
way to the city centre although they should be avoided in rush
hour. Fares usually cost US$35 but are more expensive at night
(Tel: 01 47 39 00 91). Airport shuttles also offer door to door
service or connections to public transportation stations.
There are a number of shops, bars and restaurants throughout the
airport and both terminals have ATMs, banks and currency exchange
services. Other facilities include information desks, an art
gallery, left luggage, and a medical centre offering vaccinations.
Internet access points and wireless Internet access is available,
and a business centre offers a venue and equipment for business
needs. Disabled passengers are well catered for; passengers with
special needs are advised to inform their airline in advance.
French is the official language.
The Euro (EUR) is the official currency in France. Currency can
be exchanged at banks, bureaux de change and some large hotels,
though you will get a better exchange rate at the ATMs. Major
credit cards are widely accepted, as are travellers cheques,
particularly in major tourist destinations. Foreign currency is not
The two terminals are linked by a free shuttle bus.
Local time is GMT +1 (GMT +2 between last Sunday in March and
last Sunday in October).