Kombo is a website for booking train, bus and carpool tickets. We offer more than 1200 tickets to go to Paris, from 114 cities.
To get to Paris, do you have to take the train, bus or carpool? The train is often the most comfortable means of transport. The bus has the advantage of being cheaper, like Blablacar. Carpooling is nice if you want to chat but if you want to rest, you'll be more comfortable by bus or train! Kombo allows you to compare ticket prices for Paris. Yes, but above all you can book your tickets directly on our site, whether by train or bus.
You can take the train to go to Paris but also the bus. Indeed, there are 1 trains and 23 coaches arriving at Paris every day. So you have a choice.
On Kombo, you will find direct train tickets from 18 different cities to get to Paris. The city of Paris is connected to Metz, Milan, Barcelona, Tours, Rennes and 18 more cities by train, without transfers.
Here some tips to find the best train for Paris.
There are direct bus tickets from 96 different cities to Paris. Kombo has developed a technology that combines all means of transport. Thus, Paris is accessible from 3 departure cities.
Train or bus ticket prices for Paris vary over time: indeed, the more passengers there are, the more ticket prices increases for Paris . So the earlier you buy your tickets, the cheaper they will cost. However, buses and carpooling often offer cheaper prices than trains.But we also take the environment into consideration: the train is still the least polluted option for getting from one place to another! Buses and car-sharing can also be more environmentally friendly than the simple car. Find all our tips for buying cheap train tickets and cheap bus tickets.
Paris is served by the following railway companies :
No less than 10 bus companies can take you to Paris :
After finding a cheap ticket on Kombo, we recommend you should book it directly on our website. As Kombo compares the prices of all buses and trains, you will have the best choice and the best price on your ticket for Paris. However, note that trains and buses can quickly be full during weekends and holidays.
When you arrive in Paris, trains stop in 7 different train stations. In general, trains stop at Gare Montparnasse, Paris-Gare-de-Lyon.
As for buses, they can stop at 18 bus stations. At Paris, the busiest bus stations for coaches are Bercy, Gare routière de Gallieni.
Boulevard Gouvion Saint Cyr 66
128 Avenue du Général Leclerc Paris
Place du Panthéon 10