Getting to Paris
Whether you ride-share, car-share, take a train, coach or fly – there’s so many options for getting to Paris that are fest-friendly.
Ride Sharing: Bla Bla car (long distance ride-sharing); Skjutsgruppen (carpooling with friends of friends); Vadrouille covoiturage (or Mop carpooling - a free carpooling site for your long-distance travel in France and Europe, as well as regular or occasional short trips); 123 en voiture now IDVroom (dubbed everyday carpooling); and Covoiturage Libre (a donation based free ride-sharing platform).
Don’t want to be driven? Consider renting a car from a private owner on a car-sharing marketplace and driving yourself.
Drivy (“rent the car next door”) is a popular, well insured car-sharing option.
For the Fest, other carsharing companies you can check out are: OuiCar, Liftshare, Deways, Tamyca, Snappcar, Autonetzer & Minbildinbil.
You can also get to Paris by road using coach services like Megabus, Eurolines and iDBUS – all of which provide frequent services to Paris and affordable prices.