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1. Posted by mona wilson (Budding Member 8 posts) 4y

Hi,

I’ll be visiting Rome along with my husband by the end of October and we’ll stay for about 6 days, we are planning to extend our vacation for a couple of days to visit Paris.
What is best way to travel from Rome to Paris , I’m looking for something cheap and reliable.

Thanks !

2. Posted by Tsunnami (Budding Member 27 posts) 4y

http://www.vueling.com/EN/
between 50 and 100... euros, rite, but i dont think you will find a better way

[ Edit: Edited on 03-Oct-2011, at 01:59 by Tsunnami ]

3. Posted by laurita76 (Budding Member 3 posts) 4y

Do not know, but do not miss Paris that is fabulous. :) !!

4. Posted by magykal1 (Travel Guru 2026 posts) 4y

Artesia sleeper train - but there are problems at the moment apparently, read about it on http://www.seat61.com/Italy.htm

Alternatively, Easyjet fly Rome-Paris from about 30 Euros one-way.

5. Posted by oldsanji (First Time Poster 1 posts) 4y

I think it will be the best to travel by Train than bus or plane. This is cheap and reliable.

6. Posted by mcphersonsammy (Budding Member 40 posts) 4y

I think plane is the easiest and most convenient one. It would save you the hassle and time, too. If you find it costly, just think about the convenience and I think it would be paid off.

7. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator 1384 posts) 4y

If you choose to buy a plane ticket, remember that the weight limits on the budgetairlines are strict. 10 kilo is more or less the standard here. Your profile doesn't indicate where you come from, but if you are travelling with a lot of luggage, you will need to pay for bringing the extra kilo's with you. Reserve that while you are buying the tickets, if you have to pay extra at the airport it's gonna cost you a lot more.

Also be warned, that with example Ryanair, you will fly to Beauvais airport, with is rather far from Paris. About 2 hours by bus, which also add to losing time, you rather spend in the city, and extra costs.