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2h 50m
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2h 50m
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FlixBus
Direct
4h 45m
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BlaBlaBus
Direct
3h 50m
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3h 55m
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4h 25m
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Paris bus information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and bus companies that offer buses to Paris.

Return-trip from

£7

One-way from

£3

Popular station

Paris Ministère Des Finances P.O.P.B.

Popular coach line

FlixBus
Bus tickets to Paris found within the last 3 days start at £7 round-trip from Rouen
The cheapest one-way bus ticket from Tours starts at £3. This price was found within the last 3 days.
The most commonly used station in Paris is Paris Ministère Des Finances P.O.P.B..
FlixBus, BlaBlaBus and Aéroport Paris-Beauvais are some of the bus lines that arrive at Paris Ministère Des Finances P.O.P.B.

Book round-trip bus tickets to Paris

Below are the quickest and cheapest round-trip bus tickets to Paris that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
FlixBus
8 Sep
17:00Rouen Avenue Champlain
1h 35m
18:35Paris Pont de Levallois
15 Sep
02:50Paris Pont de Levallois
1h 35m
04:25Rouen Avenue Champlain
BlaBlaBus
5 Sep
13:35Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
1h 25m
15:00Paris La Défense
12 Sep
07:25Paris La Défense
1h 25m
08:50Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
BlaBlaBus
8 Sep
05:15Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
1h 25m
06:40Paris La Défense
15 Sep
13:40Paris La Défense
1h 25m
15:05Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
BlaBlaBus
8 Sep
05:15Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
1h 25m
06:40Paris La Défense
15 Sep
13:40Paris La Défense
1h 25m
15:05Le Petit-Quevilly Zénith - Parc Expo
BlaBlaBus
14 Oct
00:00Tours
2h 50m
02:50Massy Palaiseau
14 Oct
18:10Massy Palaiseau
2h 55m
21:05Tours
FlixBus
8 Sep
17:00Rouen Avenue Champlain
1h 35m
18:35Paris Pont de Levallois
15 Sep
02:50Paris Pont de Levallois
1h 35m
04:25Rouen Avenue Champlain

Book one-way bus tickets to Paris

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way bus tickets to Paris we’ve found in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find bus tickets by date.
BlaBlaBus
19 Sep
00:00Tours
2h 50m
02:50Massy Palaiseau
BlaBlaBus
18 Sep
00:00Tours
2h 50m
02:50Massy Palaiseau
FlixBus
9 Sep
03:50Metz Gare Routière
4h 45m
08:35Paris Bercy Seine

FAQs for booking bus tickets to Paris

Most Paris buses use three main bus stations: Gare Saint-Lazare, Gare de l'Est and Gare du Nord. They each serve different districts of the city, as well as being the departure and arrival stations for international trains. To get to Gare du Nord from the centre of Paris you can hop onto a Paris RER B Line train. You can also take the Line Four subway train or the N14 bus, which will take slightly longer. Getting to Gare de l’Est is a matter of catching the Line Four subway, which will take only a short while, or the Line 38 bus, taking roughly the same time. If you want to travel from Gare Saint-Lazare, the Line 14 subway will get you there quickly. Otherwise, catch the Line 13 bus in Paris to arrive a few minutes later.

The Paris bus stations are busy commuter hubs with plenty of facilities. Gare du Nord is one of the busiest transport stations in Europe, and has plenty of kiosks where you can buy drinks, snacks and traditional baguettes, and a mini-supermarket. Taxis are easily available right outside the main entrance/exit and you can cross the road to the Brasserie Terminus Nord for a meal in an Art Nouveau setting built in 1925. Gare de l’Est is a calmer station, mostly handling trains in the east of the city. It has bistros and cafés, a Marks & Spencer food hall, and a mini-supermarket. Gare Saint-Lazare serves the north of Paris. It boasts modern facilities like a three-deck shopping mall, coffee shops, takeaway outlets, and plenty of bistros and other food stores. You’ll also find casual bars and cafés.

Paris bus tickets on the domestic Metro bus service, operated by RATP, will allow you to take a variety of types of luggage with you. They also offer cheap bus prices. Bear in mind that these are commuter buses without storage holds, so you’ll be carrying all luggage on board with you. You can take various types of rucksacks and suitcases, within specified dimension. You can also take longer packages, on condition that you can hold them in a vertical position for the duration of the journey without obstructing other passengers. Baby strollers are allowed, whether foldable or not – the only condition attached is that you must board at the front of the bus. Also note that you won’t be able to leave any of your luggage unattended.

All RATP buses in Paris on all lines are accessible for passengers in wheelchairs, with over 70% of all bus stations in the city having been adapted for wheelchair use too. You can download the bus company’s app to see exactly which ones have the best amenities. Personal assistance with boarding is available by approaching the information desk. An accessibility-trained person will accompany you to the platform and attach the mobile gangway for you to board the bus. Persons with limited mobility and hidden disabilities can get one of the city’s Améthyste discounted travel passes, which allows you to ride on cheap buses all over Paris, saving as much as 50% on the price of tickets.

You can get relatively cheap bus tickets from Paris to many of the major cities in France, as well as plenty of smaller towns in regions outside the capital. Gare Saint-Lazare serves the entire Normandy area to the east, including towns and cities like Caen and Le Havre. To the north you can reach Beauvais and Amiens in a relatively short amount of time too. If you travel a bit further north you can reach Calais and Dunkirk – just be aware that this will involve changes of train on the way. Orleans lies to the south, as does Fontainebleau. To the east you can visit Meaux. There are also three large nature reserves just outside the Paris metropolitan area, Haute Vallee de Chevreuse, Parc du Gatinais Francais, and Parc Oise-Pays de France.

The ticket price can vary depending on general demand and more importantly where you’re coming from. If you’re leaving from a popular departure point like London for instance, prices usually start around £70. Lille and Lyon are other options, with prices usually starting from around £105 and £53 respectively.

Paris is best served by Paris Ministère Des Finances P.O.P.B.. There you’ll find a number of buses that can get you to your destination. You can find bus arrivals and departures at Paris Ministère Des Finances P.O.P.B. from and to several major nearby cities such as London, Lille, and Brussels.

Travellers going to Paris usually compare options from FlixBus, BlaBlaBus, and Aéroport Paris-Beauvais on our website, as they tend to be very common options. You can use our search form to find great options to Paris.

For £3 one-way on average, you can catch a bus ride to Paris. We don’t expect any changes in price for the next 3 months. It’s generally a good idea to book early to make sure you can get on the coach for the correct departure time.


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