Paris Zone 1

Zone 1 consists of the twenty districts (arrondissements) of Paris, commonly known as the center of Paris. With a t+ ticket, you can travel on any mode of transport (RER, Metro, Tram, and Bus) within Zone 1.

If you travel on RER or Transilien trains beyond Zone 1, you have to buy other tickets. So make sure your entry and exit stations are in zone 1. Because if you board the train from central Paris and you have crossed zone 1, you cannot go out from the station. The automatic gate wouldn’t open with your t+ ticket. Also, if there are any checking agents of RATP, they will charge you a fine of around €35 to €100. You can consult the zone-based maps of RER, Metros, Trams and Transilien by clicking on the below links.

Tickets that can be used in Zone1

1. t+ ticket

This ticket is valid for a one-side journey. To know more about t+ ticket, visit our t+ ticket section. Ticket Cost – €2.10.

Important: Your entry station and exit station must be in zone 1.

2. Pass Navigo

The pass Navigo is a travel card used in Paris and can be recharged for one day, one week, or one month. The tariff for a one-day recharge is given below. You can choose from the different options. For example, if your points of visits are inside zone 3, it is enough to recharge your Navigo for zones (1 to 3). To learn more about Navigo, visit our Navigo pass section

Valid Navigo recharges in zone 1(unlimited travel for 1 day)

Zone (1 to 5) costs €17.80

Zone (1 to 4) costs €14.00

Zone (1 to 3) costs €11.30

Zone (1 to 2) costs €8.45

3. Mobilis

This is a special type of ticket that is used for unlimited travel for one day. To learn more about Mobilis, visit our Mobilis section. The tariffs are given below,

Zone (1 to 5) costs €20.10

Zone (1 to 4) costs €14.00

Zone (1 to 3) costs €11.30

Zone (1 to 2) costs €8.45

4. Pass Paris visit

The Paris visit ticket is a special type of ticket used to travel in Paris, which also gives small reductions on some attractions in Paris. The pass is available for one day to five consecutive days. To know more, visit the Pass Paris visit section. The tariff for a one-day pass is given below.

Zone (1 to 3) costs €13.55

Zone (1 to 5) costs €28.50

5. IDF ticket

The Ile-de-France tickets can be used for a one-side journey between any station in the Ile-de-France region to or from zone 1.

List of RER stations at Zone1

Charles de Gaulle Etoile, Auber, Chatelet Les Halles, Gare de Lyon, Nation

Gare du Nord, Chatelet Les Halles, Saint Michel Notre Dame, Luxembourg, Port Royal, Denfert-Rochereau, Cite universitaire

Port de Clichy, Pereire Levallois, Neuilly Porte Maillot, Avenue Foch, Avenue Henri Martin, Boulainvilliers, Avenue du Pdt Kennedy, Javel, Boulevard Victor, Champ de Mars Tour Eiffel, Pont de l’Alma, Invalides, Musee d’Orsay, Saint Michel Notre Dame, Gare d’Austerlitz, Bibiliotheque Fr.Mitterand

Gare du Nord, Chatelet Les Halles, Gare de Lyon

Haussmann Saint-Lazare, Magenta, Rosa Parks

To view the RER stations inside Zone 1, click on the link to view the stations in Zone 1 or consult the below Google map. A standard color coding is used to identify the Lines. RER A- Red, RER B- Blue, RER C- Yellow, RER D- Green, RER E- Magenta. Click on the icon to know the station names.