Paris is well equipped in public transports. With one single metro ticket you can go anywhere within Paris city limits. That goes for Metro and RER. According to the length of your stay you better buy a pass called "Navigo" valid for a week or a month which gives you access to different concentrical sections from.
Paris Visite Pass
Travel in Paris and its suburbs for a 1, 2, 3 or 5 day period.It can be bought at any mainline metro or RER station.
Around the Champs Elysees:
- Line 1 (Charles de Gaulle, George V, Franklin Roosevelt, Champs Elysees Clemenceau).
- Line 6 (Charles de Gaulle)
- Line 9 (Franklin Roosevelt)
- Line 13 (Champs Elysees Clemenceau)
How to get there
Metro 1, 6, 9, 13 :
Charles de Gaulle, George V, Franklin Roosevelt, Champs Elysees Clemenceau
RER A :
Charles de Gaulle Etoile
from the 2012-10-03 until the 2013-03-17
Dreaming of Japan
By showing about 40 works and mainly landscapes, this Van Gogh exhibition at the Pinacothèque de Paris – the first one devoted exclusively to the Dutch artist for decades in Paris – is a clear demonstration of the importance of Japanese art in Impressionist art.
There has never been such an in-depth study of Van Gogh’s references and never has there been such a daring confrontation. It enables us to realize that Van Gogh’s references to Japan in general and to Hiroshige in particular were not only reduced to a few key works.
That meeting of opposites is astonishing but made possible today thanks to the simultaneous exhibition of Van Gogh’s art and that of Hiroshige.