How to get around Paris
Paris boasts around 15,000 taxis, but that doesn't guarantee there will be one readily available, with peak times and busy periods seeing the service in demand. If you're looking to hail a cab, keep an eye out for the white light, which indicates it's unoccupied (while a yellow or dim light means it's in use). There are also a host of taxi stands dotted conveniently around the city. Uber is also used in Paris and readily available.
Be sure take a taxi from an official taxi rank if you're travelling from the airport in Paris.
Paris Public Transport
The Paris public transport system is efficient, organised and easy to use, with bus, tram and underground rail ensuring you get exactly where you want to go safely, conveniently and often very affordably. As one of the oldest underground rail services in the world, the Metro deposits commuters within easy reach of most major tourist destinations, while travelling by bus allows you to see the city.
Cite Metro station is located in the 4th arrondissement, Paris.
Paris Bike Hire
If you're looking for a faster way to see the city than on foot, Paris bike hire is an easy and convenient option. The city operates the Velib bicycle hire program, allowing users to pick up a bike at any number of locations and return it at a service point of their choosing. The services utilises three-speed, unisex bikes. If you use the bike for less than 30 minutes, it's also free.
Paris city bikes are readily available.
There's something romantic and alluring about walking in Paris. In fact, this is among the best cities to discover on foot, with most major attractions located in proximity to the city. Walking also allows you to discover hidden gems and alleys along the way while gaining a full appreciation of the layout of the city.
Discovering Paris on foot is one of the best ways to get to know the city.