Airport Transfers

Operating out of Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais airports 7 days a week. We can transfer you to Paris train stations, hotels, Disneyland as well as Champagne, Normandy and Burgundy. We can also pick you up at the airport to start you day or overnight private guided tours throughout France.

Dedicated to making your transfer to Paris as worry-free and affordable as possible.

Prices :
Standard Airport Transfer 139€
Supplement 8pm - 8am & Sunday 25€

City Tour From 110€ per hour
Standard Meet & Greet 150€
Meet at the Gate 200€
Restaurant Reservations 25€

Driver Languages: English, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Italian, German, French

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Private Airport Transfer

One of our experienced drivers will meet you at the baggage claim exit with a board & your name on it. With normal traffic you'll arrive from CDG in 45 minutes and from Orly in about 30 minutes.

We offer private transfers with executive sedans (Peugeot 607 / Mercedes E & S, SUVs) and minivans for up to 8 guests (Caravelle or Mercedes).

Important:

* 60 mins waiting form reserved landing time at no charge.

* When booking please remember time zone changes. Meeting times are based on local Paris time when you arrive and not the day you depart.

* For transfers to the airport from Paris we recommend pick up 3 hours prior to departure time.


Breakfast Tour & Transfer

Take a Panoramic morning tour of Paris before you Window on the World breakfast 56 stories high before lunch and hotel check in - usually at 2pm. A great way to start your trip. Tours end with hotel check in or bag drop off only before we drop you off for a lunch nearby at one of our recommended restaurants.


Concierge by Car

We'll organize your pickup, and then your chauffeur will help you plan the rest of your stay right in the car answering all the question you may have about Paris. Your driver guide can also spend an addition hour or two with you in the neighborhood to get acquainted.


Direct to Champagne:

Your flight arrives early and you can't check for hours. You are thinking about going to Champagne. We'll make it easy and drive you there. What a great way to start your trip to France. During our tours we present the entire process of creating the magic that is Champagne, the legends, traditions and culture behind it. We visit both large and small producers and arrange tastings to discover you the difference between either regions, specific producers or grape varieties. Your choice of a half day tour concentrating on the Western part of champagne in Chateau Thierry and arriving back in Paris around 2pm just in time to check in or a full day and we'll transfer you back to Paris for check in around 6:30pm


Stretch Limousine or Vintage Rolls Royce Transfer:

Ride to Paris in a stretch Lincoln, Chrysler or our black and white vintage Rolls. Our professional and courteous chauffeurs will meet at the baggage claim exit and walk to the parking lot with you or when you arrive fetch the car. Interested in seeing Paris on arrival ? and we can add an hour or two with a bottle of Champagne.


Coach Transfers for Groups:

For large groups we offer tourist and premium class buses which have from 15 to 55 seats. We generally prefer to include a meet and greet at the airport. We can also arrange transfers in the Loire, Champagne, Burgundy, Normandy and Provence. For VIPs we offer meet and greet at the gate.

Booking Conditions

Our team monitor incoming flights during business hours in order to make changes automatically to pick up times in case your flight is slightly delayed. If for some reason you miss your flight please call the emergency number or email and we will try and reschedule another vehicle at no cost only if we have an available driver and it is during business hours at Charles de Gaulle. Otherwise you will have to make a 2nd reservation and authorize payment for it. No refund will be due for the first transfer you missed.

Modifications and Delays
We can not guarantee service or refund if you make a modification less than 3 business days prior to arrival. Modification requests must be made and accepted by email. We will try to accommodate a time change, however we can not guarantee we will have a driver available. Our planning office is closed on Sundays and can not guarantee a respose.

Please note: Modification are is easier to manage during business hours and from Charles de Gaulle.

Airport Arrivals
You will be given 3 emergency numbers. If you do not find your driver at the baggage claim exit you must call these numbers and an English speaking operator will respond. If you do not call or send an sms you will not be entitled to a refund under any condition. It is your responsibility to contact us.

Airport Waiting Time
After our standard 1 hour free waiting period after landing you will have the choice of scheduling a new transfer transfer as long as we have availability and will be automatically charged for both transfers. If you decide to take other transportation you will not be entitled to refund.

City Transfers
The same terms apply to delays and modifications as above. If you reserve a transfer in conjunction with another service we do not consider this one service but 2 so if you are delayed to meet the transfer or a service following a service is delayed or missed due to traffic or situations out of our control, you will NOT be issued a discount or refund on either service.

Transport from CDG

Transport & Transfers
Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport also known as Roissy Airport or CDG in the Paris area, is one of the world's principal aviation centres, as well as France's main airport. Created in 1965 it was named after Charles de Gaulle leader of the Free French Forces and founder of the French Fifth Republic. In 2008 over 60 making it the world's fifth busiest passenger airport. In 1976 the airport was the first commercial flight of the Concorde. On 8 March 1974 the airport, renamed Charles de Gaulle Airport, began service.

Terminal 1 was built with an modern design by Paul Andreu of a ten-floor high circular building surrounded by seven satellite buildings each with four gates.

Terminal 2 was built originally exclusively for Air France. Terminal 2G is used for passengers flying in the Schengen Area (and has no passport control). It manages Air France regional and European traffic and provides small capacity planes with a faster turn-around time than is currently possible by enabling them to park close to the new terminal building and boarding passengers primarily by bus, or walk on the ground.

Terminal 3 is primarily for low cost airlines.

CDG Ground Transport & Transfers

RER Train
CDG airport is connected to Paris by the RER B suburban rail network. There is frequent service to Paris with first stop Gare du Nord. The non stop services takes about 30 minutes. There are two RER B stations inside the airport:

-Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 1, located inside Roissypoole (an area with hotels) next to Terminal 3 and is the preferred way to access Terminals 1 and 3
-Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 2 - TGV, located under Terminal 2.

In 2015 we are looking forward to the CDG Express link CDG to Paris Gare de l'Est with trains specifically designed for air travelers.

Shuttle between terminals
Terminals 1, 2 (except hall 2G), the Roissypole / Terminal 3 RER station and parking lots PX and PR are connected by the free CDGVAL automatic light rail automated rail shuttle, replacing free shuttle buses.

Bus

Roissybus, operated by RATP, departs from terminals 1 and 2 and goes non-stop to Paris, behind the Opera Garnier.

Other Transport options

Roissybus
A daily bus service every 15-20 minutes between 6am and 11pm to Paris-Place de l'Opera (corner of rue Scribe and rue Auber. Travel time 45 - 60 minutes. Stops : Terminals 1, 2 and 3 at Charles de Gaulle.

Comment: Never taken it but I am guessing it's a bit more of a hassle if you have to take the metro once you reach Opera.

Air France Coaches
Providing services every 20-30 minutes to Paris. 2 routes serving Charles de Gaulle, Paris (including Gare de Lyon and Gare Montparnasse train stations). Departs every 20 to 30 minutes between 5h45 and 23h The trip takes about 45-60 minutes journey to/from Paris depending on the traffic.

Line 2 CDG < > Paris-Porte Maillot < > Paris-Arc de Triomphe (Place de l'Etoile). 5:45am to 11pm
Line 4 CDG <> Paris-Gare de Lyon < > Paris-Gare Montparnasse. 19euro pp 7am to 9pm Fares and tickets

You can buy tickets at Air France coaches ticket counter in Terminals 1and 2 (except 2G) or directly from the driver.

Comment: Takes forever to go to each terminal before finally getting on the way to Paris.

“Just wanted to thank YOU and the companies that you sub-contract to for the excellent service and on-time pickups while in Paris. The transfer from Paris Est to CDG went very well and the driver/owner was excellent. I will not hesitate to recommend Manstouch to my friends contemplating trips to Paris and environs "

JB