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The IORR Travel Guide 2007
Paris, France

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Introduction

These pages will supply information about the cities the Stones will be visiting this summer. To read about each individual city please select the actual city link in the IORR travel guide pages. If you have information for these pages please send e-mail to [email protected].

Nearest big city

Paris

Tickets

How to get to the city

Plane : 2 major airports : Charles de Gaulle and Orly.
Budget companies land in Beauvais, which is a very remote airport. Takes a long time to get into the center of the city

Stations :
Gare du Nord : trains from the North ( Belgium, Netherlands) And Eurostar from London
Gare de l'Est : trains from Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Poland etc
Gare de Lyon : trains from Italy
Gare Montparnasse : trains from Spain / Portugal
Coach : Eurolines terminal in the East of Paris

How to get to the venue

Stade de France ( located in Saint Denis): Submay line 13 and RER (express train) line D the subway station is closer to the stadium than the RER, but the way from the RER is easier, and the RER goes faster than the subway.

Very difficult by car, you must book a carpark place on ticketnet.
Railway : take RER B at North Station (Gare du Nord)
# RER B La Plaine Stade de France (closer than RER D)
# RER D Stade de France - Saint Denis
# Metro (underground/subway) line 13 Saint Denis - Porte de Paris
# Buses Nos. 139 / 153 / 173 / 255 / 350

Travel information

Underground map : http://www.stadefrance.fr/images/plans/planratp.pdf
Access to the Stadium : http://www.stadefrance.fr/images/plans/accespietontc.pdf

Venue maps

Recommended hotels

Recommended bars/restaurants

Some girls bar - 43 Rue de Lappe - 75011 Paris Small but nice and not too expensive Stones bar : stones music, stones artwork Located very close to the " Place de la Bastille " Lot of subway line stopping at Bastille.

If you look for french food, you have " les brasseries " ( at least 30-40 EUR ) like the very well known " La Coupole" close to the Gare Montparnasse. Cheap french food is at " Chartier ", but it's crowded if you're not there early. No reservations possible. Of course, the traditional tourist traps : " Hard Rock Café " ( subway station " Grands Boulevards "), " Planet Hollywood " (on the Champs Elysées, equal distance from " George V " and " Franklin D Roosevelt " subway stations)

Meeting place for fans

During the afternoon on show day June 16 at 3pm-5pm:

Pizza Pino Restaurant - Champs Elysées
31/33, avenue des Champs-Elysées - 75008 Paris
Metro: Franklin D. Roosevelt 73


Click on the Champs Elysées link

The day before the show, and after the show:

Bar LE SOUS-BOCK
49 RUE SAINT-HONORE, 75001 PARIS
Subway : Châtelet-Les Halles

City map

Tourist links

Other local events

General

Places you should visit:
Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Montparnasse Tower, Le Sacré Caeur ( all 4 offer wonderful sightseeings of Paris).
Musée du Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Le Marais district, Château de Versailles ( outside Paris, but easily accessible via RER trains.

Thanks

Thanks to Ronald Stalter and Jacques Lafarge for information!



For more Stones news see IORR 57 of March 2007!

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