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  1. mitzimad

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    can anyone recomend campsites or aries close enough to paris to jump on a bus train or metro in to the center
     
  2. Chris69

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    When visiting Paris we used to stay at Camping Bois de Bologne.
    Used train to get into Paris

    Google site name and you should find it.

    I think CC use Maison Lafitte but we never stayed.
    Have a look at CC website continental travel brochure. It can be viewed online.
    Can't help with Aires, never use them.
     
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    This site is very close to a rail station. Have not use it but it has be recommended to us as a great site for visiting Paris. Hope it helps.

    Camping International Maisons-Laffitte Paris
    00 33 (0) 1 39 12 21 91 1 Johnson Street 78600 Maisons-Laffitte
     
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    Can't remember the name of the site we stayed at it was in Torcy (spelling). What ever you do don't stay here the place was a dump and when I complained about the state of the place the response was you want to stay near Paris and euro Disney then put up with it. We left.
     
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    camping International Paris

    Hi! Stayed at this site last year. It was a last minute urge and so was expensive as they charge a hefty booking fee for on-line bookings (not sure if its charged on other booking methods. Also didn't fancy going too far into Paris as the mh was new to us. Had a pitch on the banks of the Seine watching boats go up and down. 10 minute walk to the station to get the train into Paris. Quite tight narrow roads getting to the site but it was a Friday at 5pm so there were lots of parked cars. All in all a nice site with good facilities but expensive.
    Enjoy wherever you decide!
     
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    We stayed at camping international Paris short walk to the train station then straight into the centre. It's an ACSI site so a good deal
     
  9. Rapide561

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    Hi

    We like to stay at Camping Beau Villlage - trains are about a ten minute walk away and take you to the Eiffel tower. When buying a train ticket, you can get a day pass included too - for the Metro and buses. Last train back is about midnight.

    Here is our site review.

    Also we go there toll free!

    Russ
     

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