FlightsInternational carriers including Alitalia and Air France and low-cost regional companies such as Easyjet and Ryanair offer daily flights from Milan to Paris, arriving at Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport. Flights to Beauvais Airport located in the far outskirts of Paris (including some Ryanair flights) tend to be a cheaper option, but you'll need to plan on at least an extra hour and fifteen minutes to get to central Paris.
TrainsYou can get to Paris from Milan's Centrale station in roughly 7.5 hours if you take the direct train. On the French side, you'll be on the high-speed TGV rails, which will speed the journey from there. Overnight trains on the Artesia night line will take significantly longer, but are an option if you feel comfortable with the rickety sleepers.
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Get There by CarIt can take eight to nine hours or more to get to Paris by car, but it can be an enjoyable way to see northern Italy and France. Expect to pay toll fees at several points throughout the trip, though.
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Arriving in Paris by Plane? Ground Transport OptionsIf you're arriving in Paris by plane, you'll need to figure out how to get to the center of the city from the airports.
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