|A typical ticket for the Paris Metro/Bus/Tram. Careful not to place the magnetic strip near electronic devices|
- Metro Subway Lines 1-15 (like LRT)
- RER Train A,B,C,D & E (like KTM Komuter Trains)
- Paris buses
- Paris Trams (very limited areas)
One individual ticket costs €1.70 whereas 10 individual tickets, also known as a carnet, are €12.50. These tickets do not expire, you can pass it around to anyone, and are quite worth the money to purchase. I personally do not recommend purchasing the other Paris Visite Pass or Navigo Pass or Mobilis, because you frankly wouldn't need to use the trains that often if you are following the way I travel.
Where do you buy this "carnet"? At any RER or Metro station through the counter or at the ticket vending machine. If you are buying it from the counter, try out your French.
"un carnet, s'il vous plait." = One book please.
"Ang Kah Neh, Si Bu Peh" = Red Leg leh, *** mother father
No insults intended. :)