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Bus Transfers to Paris from all Paris Airports

easyBus now offers low-cost bus transfers to and from Paris City Centre and all 3 main Paris Airports. Get to the airport in as little as 20 minutes.


Paris Tourism Guide. What to See in Paris [and how to get there by bus].

You can now travel to and from Paris with low-cost bus tickets by easyBus

Sprawling decadently on the banks of the River Seine, and one of largest cities in Europe, Paris certainly needs little introduction. It remains one of the most visited cities in the world for good reason, boasting something for everyone, and is instantly recognisable from its famous skyline, pierced by the dominant, but romantic, spire of the Eiffel Tower.

Over time, Paris has become world renowned as a cultural hub for the arts and media, and is an inexorable magnet for art lovers, fashionistas, foodies, and movie stars who sustain France’s vibrant film, fashion and art industries, making them the envy of the world.

It isn’t just the arts, however, that make the city famous, but the food. Rich, beautifully indulgent and exciting, French and Parisian cuisine is famous, and no trip to the city would be complete without dining out in one of the many thousands of first-class restaurants and bistros.

Building on its strong cultural heritage, Paris is home to some of the finest works of art in the world, none more so than the Mona Lisa, safely ensconced in the Louvre. This fortress turned palace and museum receives over eight million visitors a year, so if you want a glimpse of the world’s most enigmatic smile, be warned, you’ll need a very early start and sharp elbows to beat the crowds. Just be prepared, she is smaller than you think!

Visitors to Paris are truly spoiled for choice, with the Paris Opera and ballet a draw for the more culturally minded, and the stunning parks – such as Tuileries Garden – nestled along the banks of the Seine are the perfect destinations for those lazy, Parisian afternoons. Of course, if the tourist hotspots of the Champs Elysees, Arc De Triomphe, and the giddy heights of the Eiffel Tower aren’t for you, then a long walk through the city’s quieter districts can be the perfect way to while away your time, drinking in the breathtaking blend of historic and modern architecture, and sampling the many delights of the boutiques and patisseries hidden among the winding streets.

For those seeking something a little different, however, the historic Montmartre district, traditionally home to Paris’s thriving art community, is a must-see. Over the years, the roster of artists who have kept studios or worked in the area reads like a who’s who of art, including famous names such as Dali, Monet, Mondrian, Picasso, and Van Gogh. Of course, the exotic district, known for its burlesque and cabaret shows, has been made equally, if not more, famous in recent years by Hollywood, thanks to films such as Moulin Rouge – the real home of which is actually in the nearby, former red-light district of Pigalle.

Located just 20 miles from the centre of Paris, Disneyland Paris is one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations, and for good reason. The resort comprises two theme parks and a number of hotels, with an entertainment complex, golf courses (including children’s facilities), and even a railway station.

Disneyland Park itself is, understandably, the main attraction and is split into five themed worlds: Main Street, U.S.A, Frontierland, Adventureland, Fantasyland, Discoveryland, each packed with a riot of magical attractions and rides to keep the kids and the young at heart utterly spellbound.

The second park is the newer Walt Disney Studios Park, which is themed around a Hollywood movie studio, complete with four ‘movie lots’, boasting rides, attractions and entertainment, with an exciting showbusiness feel.

When you need to eat, unwind, and enjoy yourself, The Disney Village is the place to head, especially as it stays open after the main parks close. This entertainment district is chock full of restaurants and activities such as bowling, movies, and an impressive IMAX cinema, but perhaps most impressive is the PanoraMagique Balloon, which can carry up to 30 passengers over 100 metres into the sky for dazzling views.

Travel by bus to and from Paris Airports with easyBus


How to get to Stansted Airport

Some 22.8 million people pass through Stansted Airport every year, making it the third busiest airport in the UK. Here at easyBus, we offer two convenient ways to get to Stansted and both journeys are direct, meaning you won’t have to make any annoying stops along the way. You can simply sit back, relax and enjoy your journey to the airport.

Here’s how you can get to Stansted Airport cheaply and easily.

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From Baker Street

The Baker Street pick-up point, in London’s West End, is nice and easy to get to, as it is close to both Baker Street Underground and Marylebone Railway station. Moreover, Baker Street Underground station also benefits from connections to the Bakerloo, Circle, Metropolitan, Jubilee and Hammersmith and City lines. No matter where you’re coming from, you should be able to get to this pick-up point fairly easily.

To find the pick-up point from the station, simply take the Marylebone exit when leaving, and then turn right. Keep walking until you pass Glenworth Street and reach a crossroad. The bus stop you want, which is 19, is outside the Allsop Arms pub, which will be directly in front of you on the opposite side of the road.

Our service from London operates from 3am to 11pm, seven days a week (except Christmas Day), with a bus arriving every 15 minutes.

From Old Street

The pick-up point at Old Street, located in the inner city of Central London, is incredibly simple to reach, thanks to Old Street’s connections to the Northern line and National Rail services. The pick-up point itself couldn’t be closer to the station, so no need to worry about dragging your suitcases all over London. The journey itself only takes an hour – enough time to watch a couple of episodes of ‘The Simpsons’ or plan the first few days of your holiday.

If you’re trying to reach the pick-up point from the station, take the exit at subway four and turn left onto Old Street. You’ll see that bus stop F, which is for pick-ups, is right in front of you.

It’s worth remembering that because our services are frequent, it is sometimes possible to travel on a bus up to 60 minutes either side of your allotted time. This can come in handy if your flight is running late or arrives early. However we can only guarantee you a seat on the bus you booked, and you will only be given a seat on another bus is there are enough spare.

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London Tourism Guide – Fun Things to do in London

London Tourism Guide – Things to do in London

When you visit London for the first time, you may find yourself overwhelmed with all the things the capital has to offer you. From museums, to historic monuments, to shopping, to theatres, you really are spoilt for choice. So where do you start and what can you simply not miss?


Poland gets five-star rating

Looking to find the best-value five-star accommodation that money can buy? Then head to Poland!

In a top 10 affordable luxury hotel list compiled by website Hotels it was the Polish capital Warsaw that took the gold medal, where the average price of a five-star hotel room costs just £84.

Marrakech in Morocco was found to offer the next best value for money based on average room prices per night last year.

European destinations dominated the list, occupying seven out of the 10 positions. Budapest (£105), Tallinn in Estonia (£112) and Berlin (£114) also offered comparatively affordable five-star rates.

Hotels chief marketing officer Nigel Pocklington said: “Britons looking for a taste of the high life but working to a budget don’t have to travel far to find some great deals.

“Eastern European capitals in particular offered excellent value in 2011, despite some substantial price rises as demand for rooms increased from bargain-savvy visitors.”

The most expensive five-star rooms were found in New York, averaging £340 per night. Paris came in a close second at £326, while Tokyo took third spot at £292.

London, on the other hand, had an average five-star rate of £225 – putting it 12th on the list of the most expensive luxury hotel destinations.

Copyright Press Association 2012