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Un instructeur SDI forme donc des plongeurs Open Water Diver, Advanced, Rescue et Divemaster, comme tous les organismes de formation membre RSTC. Un instructeur SDI ou un instructeur TDI peut travailler à l’étranger ! The metro in Paris is the most efficient way to move around the city during your visit. It is similar to the underground in the UK or the subway in the US. Many first time visitors prefer using taxis, which are a lot more expensive. If you have never used it before, you might find it challenging to figure out which ticket to buy and how to find the right metro lines and directions to your destination, since not much information is translated in English. This first map is a Complete Paris PDF metro map in English, with Landmarks and street names.
This is a High resolution file, which is best to upload on mobile devices or on your computer. It is not suitable for paper print. It is ideal to prepare your metro trips for the day. This PDF puts together Paris metro and RER lines, station names, connections, Paris street names, landmarks, monuments and major buildings. Small printable basic metro and RER map that can be printed on paper to carry in a wallet. The default printing size will fit onto half a A4 page.
This is the right size to carry around and have a plan still readable. It is useful to quickly check the progression of your metro trip during your visit around Paris. Basic RER plan showing the different fare area zones from 1 to 5. RER lines are part of Paris metro network. They are used by the Parisians to commute in and out of the center of the city.
RER trains have only 5 lines crossing the city, with a lot fewer stations. This means they are a lot faster than metro lines to cross Paris from side to side. There are two very useful apps to help you easily navigate Paris metro. They are free apps published by the company that runs Paris metro lines, RATP. Both apps are available on Iphones, Ipads and Android devices.
The nice advantage over a PDF or paper map is that they will indicate your current position on the metro plan. It works offline with the build in GPS of your device, so you don’t have to pay for a mobile Internet connection. Online metro route planner is a useful tool that will help you find the shortest and quickest metro trip to reach your destination. It is run by the Paris metro management company RATP.
The interactive Paris metro map is a very comprehensive tool to plan your next public transport trip in Paris. There are tabs at the top of the map that allow you to select your options. Flash app so won’t play on your Apple mobile devices, it will also use significant amount of resources when opened on a PC. Montmartrobus detailed PDF map is showing all the bus stops of this service in Montmartre. This is a useful plan if you are planning to visit Montmartre by bus.
The Open Tour double-decker buses offers 5 central Paris tours to see all major Paris landmarks in a double-decker bus. Ideal if you are limited in time to visit the city and still want to see it all, or want to have a general overview of what to visit before actually starting your visit. This PDF map offers very detailed tourism map of the center of the city with all major monuments referenced. Paris is dotted with 300 metro stations, this is why it is such an efficient way to move from point A to point B. The city is plagued by traffic jams like most big cities in the world. Transportation by metro gives you a big advantage over taxis. RER is also handy to travel to and from all 3 airports, Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais.
Metro fares are paid with tickets sold in every metro station, either at a vending machine or a ticket desk, if one is available in the station you are in. It all starts with a metro map. The map will allow you to figure out which station is closer from your starting point, and which one will be to your destination. Then, write down the line number that links the 2 stations. Most of the time you will have to ride several lines to complete the trip, in which case note down which stations to hop off and on metro trains, to connect between lines. Sometimes, you will have to resurface and walk several minutes to connect from one station to the next, when no underground connections exist. Don’t worry, if you need to walk outside of the metro network to reach a connecting station, you won’t have to use a new metro ticket to re-enter.