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  1. Get real-time GPS navigation, traffic, and transit info, and find what you need by getting the latest information on businesses, including grocery stores, pharmacies and other important places. Get where you need to go efficiently: • Find the best route with automatic rerouting based on live traffic, incidents, and road closure.

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  2. May 24, 2024 · Interactive map of the Paris metro system, tram lines and RER lines within central Paris. Easy to search for a metro station or simply view the nearest metro stations to wherever you are in...

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  3. Route planning with new options and trip cost: - Calculate your route with a gasoline or electric vehicle and get the average cost of your trip. - Discover our points of interest along your...

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    • Michelin
    • 4 Travel Websites to Help Plan Your Trip to France
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    • Waze
    • Citymapper
    • G7 Taxi
    • Uber
    • Metro Paris App
    • Bonjour RATP and Ile de France Mobilités Apps
    • SNCF Connect and Trainline
    • TripIt

    1. Michelin Route Planner

    App: IOS | Android Yes, the Michelin Route Planneris by the tire people. Google Maps is good, but the Michelin Route Planner goes a step further and not only tells you the route to take and the distance you will travel, but it will also estimate the COST of the entire trip—-including tolls and gas! Even better, it is available online or as an app. The website and app were invaluable when trying to determine if I should drive or take the train between two cities. As an example: travelling from...

    2. Skytrax

    The Skytrax website is great for determining which airlines to use and avoid. Flyer’s reviews are chock full of information about each airline’s lounges, seats, and service in economy and business. There are also reviews on the airports. When planning a recent trip to Paris, I used this site to research what Icelandair was like as I was interested in a stopover in Iceland. Skytrax was very helpful, especially in figuring out where to sit and what to avoid (ie. the airline food for purchase)....

    3. SeatGuru

    The website SeatGurujust examines airline seats and it is excellent. You can look up specific flights and see the seat map with information about the seat’s pitch and width and amenities (ie. power, on-demand entertainment). There are also comments about whether the seat location is good or bad (ie. perhaps because there’s a mechanical box at your feet) and its proximity to the galley and lavatories. The mobile app is not available in Canada.

    Available: IOS | Android I use Google Maps when I’m driving and when I’m walking around a city. I haven’t had a problem with being misguided; however, I know others have. Often it just comes down to what you’re used to. It does use data so you’ll need a mobile data plan. I was surprised that it did not use a lot of data; however, I can’t guarantee ...

    Available: IOS | Android Waze is a very popular app as it suggests the route that avoids traffic, accidents, police, etc. It’s free to download but like Google Maps, you will need a mobile data plan and be able to use GPS and GSM/3G/4G/5G connectivity. Their website says that if you continually use it, a lot of data is used. It possibly uses more d...

    Available: IOS | Android Many travellers who are visiting Paris really like Citymapper. (Note: It is available only for major cities, not getting from one city to another). It can be used for many cities and there is an offline feature for public transport. The app allows you to save your places, stops and lines. As an example I put in the Louvre M...

    Available: IOS | Android G7 Taxi has 9500 affiliated taxis and is not just located in Paris, but 200 other French cities as well. It operates the same way as Uber does. I much prefer using the G7 taxi app because the prices are legally set, including for rides to/from the airport. The only downside about G7 is that there is a 7€ dispatch fee when a...

    I will only use Uber if I can’t use the G7 app and I will NEVER use Uber to get to/from the airport. I was charged double the amount one year going to the airport because they used “dynamic pricing”. What does this mean? If there is great demand for a ride at a certain time of day AND to a certain place, the amount can change. Mine did. I fought th...

    Available:IOS | Android [Note: there are many French apps that help you use the Paris Metro. This one is called “Metro Paris” and is developed by Alexandre Morcos. I’ve been using it for years.] An app of the Paris metro system that lists all the stations and lines as well as an easy-to-read Metro map is invaluable. The best part is that it will de...

    Available:IOS | Android There are many useful feathers on the Bonjour RATP app that are worth noting. (a) Routes, Options, Cost First, you enter in your starting point and destination and the app will show you different route options, a list of stops on the route, duration and cost. So it is very similar to the Metro app. It will also show you alte...

    Available:IOS | Android Both SNCF Connect And Trainline allow you to book train travel in France. I used Trainline for many years and found their live train time notifications (ie. what platform the train is on) and interface were clean and easy to use. SNCF finally improved their app and now both: 1. allow me to book my train travel 2. can “hold” ...

    Available: IOS | Android I use TripIt for every trip I take. It’s a great app to organize all your trip details (flight, hotel, car rentals, etc). When you email your trip confirmations to a personalized email address (after registering), Tripit creates daily itineraries. You can also access your itinerary through your smartphone, tablet, and lapto...

  4. Get the latest version of the Google Maps app to use turn-by-turn voice navigation, download offline areas, and much more. Download Now. You can get directions for driving, public transport,...

  5. Jul 3, 2022 · 1. Citymapper. Technology has certainly changed a lot since when I first came to Paris and used a paper map to get around! Now there’s an app to let me know how many croissants I have burned on my walk! On a serious note, Citymapper is hands down the best navigation map out there.

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  7. Oct 7, 2021 · You can use Google Maps as a trip planner through the "Places" and "My Maps" features, as well as by planning a route with multiple destinations.

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