Paris Airport Taxi

Taking taxis from Paris Airport

After you arrive at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, and when you are ready to leave, you will find taxis at the exit of the baggage reclaim area of your arrival terminal. With four available taxi companies at Paris Airport you certainly cannot miss a cab that will take you to your destination within Paris. It is good to note that the ride into Paris usually takes around 40 minutes and sometimes up to 2 hours.

To be able to stop a taxi you should observe the sign on its roof; if the white sign is lit then the taxi is on duty and available. If however you find that the white light is off and a coloured light is lit under it (blue, orange) this means that it is on duty and busy. If the white coloured light and the other coloured light/s are off then the taxi is off duty. Identifying the taxi you can go with should therefore be quite easy.

Taxi fares

The fares that these taxis charge vary depending on the distance and the time of the day. If you are going from or to the Villepinte Exhibition Park you will pay 20, from or to the Stade de France stadium will be 30, and from or to the Versailles Exhibition Park is 52. If you are headed to or from the Paris centre, La Defense district, or to or from Paris-Orly Airport you can expect to pay a fare of 50.

As from 1900hrs to 0700hrs in the suburbs, and between 1700hrs and 1000hrs in Paris, and on Sundays and public holidays, you should be prepared for an increase in taxi fares of up to 15%.

The tip is usually included in the fare; however, if you feel pleased with the service you could always add an extra tip, say 10% to 15% of the price.

Taxi ranks at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport

To leave the airport, you will find taxis at the exit to the baggage reclaim area of your arrival terminal:

Terminal 1 exit 20 on the arrivals level

Terminals 2A & 2C exit 6

Terminals 2B & 2D exit 7

Terminals 2E & 2F exit 1

Terminal exit of the arrivals hall
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Paris Airport Taxi

Taking taxis from Paris Airport

After you arrive at the Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, and when you are ready to leave, you will find taxis at the exit of the baggage reclaim area of your arrival terminal. With four available taxi companies at Paris Airport you certainly cannot miss a cab that will take you to your destination within Paris. It is good to note that the ride into Paris usually takes around 40 minutes and sometimes up to 2 hours.

To be able to stop a taxi you should observe the sign on its roof; if the white sign is lit then the taxi is on duty and available. If however you find that the white light is off and a coloured light is lit under it (blue, orange) this means that it is on duty and busy. If the white coloured light and the other coloured light/s are off then the taxi is off duty. Identifying the taxi you can go with should therefore be quite easy.

Taxi fares

The fares that these taxis charge vary depending on the distance and the time of the day. If you are going from or to the Villepinte Exhibition Park you will pay 20, from or to the Stade de France stadium will be 30, and from or to the Versailles Exhibition Park is 52. If you are headed to or from the Paris centre, La Defense district, or to or from Paris-Orly Airport you can expect to pay a fare of 50.

As from 1900hrs to 0700hrs in the suburbs, and between 1700hrs and 1000hrs in Paris, and on Sundays and public holidays, you should be prepared for an increase in taxi fares of up to 15%.

The tip is usually included in the fare; however, if you feel pleased with the service you could always add an extra tip, say 10% to 15% of the price.

Taxi ranks at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport

To leave the airport, you will find taxis at the exit to the baggage reclaim area of your arrival terminal:

Terminal 1 exit 20 on the arrivals level

Terminals 2A & 2C exit 6

Terminals 2B & 2D exit 7

Terminals 2E & 2F exit 1

Terminal exit of the arrivals hall
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To stop the taxi watch the sign on the roof: if the white sign is lit, the taxi is on duty and available, if the white sign is off and a colored light is lit under it (blue, orange), it's on duty and busy, if the white sign is off and no coloured light is on, the taxi is off duty.
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