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The furthest airport from the French capital takes its name from the small city in which it is situated in Beauvais.
It is in the north of Paris, 84 kilometres away from the city centre, which normally takes between 60 and 75 minutes depending on the traffic. It is one of the most efficient airports in France. This airport is mainly used for low cost budget airlines such as Ryanair and WizzAir. Passengers landing here will transit through the airport’s two terminals. There are also duty-free shops, restaurants, a postal service, a nursery, currency exchanges and facilities and services for disabled travellers. As for the connections with Paris, there are buses and shuttles that are also available. Local connections transport passengers to certain stations such as Porte Maillot.
Distances between Beauvais Airport and some points of interest
Below are the distances and journey times for travelling from the airport to the main tourist attractions in Paris and the surrounding area:
- Beauvais Airport – the Eiffel Tower: the fastest route with the least traffic means travelling around 95 kilometres, which would take around 1 to 1.5 hours via the A16, as opposed to the A1 motorway with a distance of 113 kilometres taking 1 hour and 40 minutes.
- Beauvais Airport - Disneyland Paris: it is preferable to cover the distance of 125 km in 1 hour and 35 minutes, opting for the A16, which allows you to reach your destination faster.
- Beauvais Airport - the Champs Elysées: it is only possible to reach the centre of Paris by using either the A16 motorway which takes around 1 hour and 21 minutes to cover the 95 kilometres journey and the A1.
Approximate Taxi cost from Beauvais airport
|Beauvais Airport||1-4 passengers||5-8 passengers|
|From Beauvais to Louvre Museum||from 100 €||from 126 €|
|From Beauvais to Champs-Élysées||from 101 €||from 127 €|
|From Beauvais to Eiffel Tower||from 102 €||from 128 €|
Why choose Taxileader.net
If you travel at least in a group of three people, the taxi transfer service is cheaper if you consider: the cost of the single bus ticket to go from Beauvais to Paris, the cost of the second or third urban bus from Porte-Maillot to an area close to the hotel, and the transport of luggage; without mentioning the stress caused by the chance of getting lost.
The advantage of a private transfer by taxi to Paris consists therefore in the fact of reaching your own accommodation without changing of public transport in a city of which you do not even know the streets and the main places; moreover, if you book in advance, you do not need to speak French because a bilingual driver may may be available.
Depending on the periods of reservation and availability of drivers, a taxi service could be carried out by a French-speaking driver; in this case, the customer does not necessarily have to speak the language as the driver knows all the details of the booked transfer and can take the passengers to their destination with the maximum of professionalism.