The Métropolitain also called the "Métro" is the system of trains inside Paris. It is, I think one of the best way to move in Paris because like in all big cities the traffic of the cars is mad. There is 16 lines and around 300 stations.
The Métropolitain also called the “Métro” is the system of trains inside Paris. It is, I think one of the best way to move in Paris because like in all big cities the traffic of the cars is mad. There is 16 lines and around 300 stations.
All people take the Métro: rich, poor, young, old, tourist. I like this mix of people and you always see some really funny people. But there is also unlike side when there is too many people you can become mad due the behavior of some people. And it’s for that I like to take picture in the Métro when there is nobody here to have more information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paris_Métro
and the official website of the Métro: ==http://www.ratp.info/touristes/index.php?langue=en==
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