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Old 01-25-2016, 01:01 PM   #1  
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Default transportation from CDG to Bercy

Hey Guys, my ground transport from CDG to Bercy was Canx because of the strike. I'm deviating, so I'm on my own. If the trains are running, how do I get to Bercy from CDG? Should I go to Gare de Nord and then the subway? Any info would be welcomed, Thanks in advance!
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One way would be to take RER B to Chatelet and connect to line 14 to destination. Depending on what time of day, RER could be VERY busy. Watch your belongings.

Good luck!
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Try this link. Sorry my URL message board syntax is weak.

Air France Bus Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport-Paris
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Ive used Uber. It was about 45 euro.
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Try this link. Sorry my URL message board syntax is weak.

Air France Bus Charles de Gaulle (CDG) Airport-Paris
Air France bus doesn't go to Bercy Pullman. It will get you to Gare De Lyon, which is still 2 miles away.
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My suggestions: the car service if you have the bank. Uber may be problematic with a strike as the French are less inclined to stand by and watch during strikes! RER train downtown is very easy. Just look at maps and pick your most convenient metro to the Bercy. You can buy tickets with any credit card or cash at the airport train station "in" terminal 2 which is Delta and Skyteam. Or you can use a machine to purchase your ticket, but you will have to use a chip and pin card--hopefully you know your pin for the corporate card, or have a personal chip and pin card.
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The great thing about the RER is the free music provided by the nice boys with the boom boxes.
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Posts on jetflyers of news reports on strike say taxis may try to blockade airport. And half of flights may be cancelled because ATC is joining in.

Looks like RER option is the way to go if taxis snarl things up as planned.
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