Visit to Paris - Where to stay.

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  1. travelbunyip

    travelbunyip Funster

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    We are making our way towards Paris and as my wife's sister is traveling with us we would like to go to Paris for a couple of days. Does anyone know of a place to park, an aire, or campsite where we can catch the train into Paris. It would remiss of us not to take her into the city. We have been there twice before but not while we were using the motorhome. Any ideas??
     
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    I have only used one campsite near Paris but wouldn't recommend that one so I'm sure someone will be along soon. What you could do though is park up at Euro Disney they charge for overnighting think it's around €20 and you can catch the train to the centre of Paris, this option is just a car park but your able to use all the restaurants and shops at Disney without going into the parks.
     
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    Disney world? Metro station at the end of the carpark. I think its about €20 per night. Restaurants are ridiculously expensive.

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    Disney is 30 Euros per day, not per night, although overnighting is allowed. We were there earlier this month. In theory if you arrive one day and leave the next you pay for both. In theory... ;)

    There's a campsite beside the Seine at Maisons Laffitte, west of Paris, which has a nearby direct RER train line into Paris that integrates fully with the Metro so you can go straight to the Arc de Triomphe (station Etoile) and beyond without changing train.
     
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    We stayed at Maisons Laffitte last year a great site for visiting Paris, right on the banks of the Seine, about a 15 minute walk to the train station then a train right into the centre of Paris, the price with Metro tickets was about ¢10ish. (y)
     
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    Thanks for all the information, will weigh up the pros and cons from each place.
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