You must have heard about how expensive transport in Paris is. Almost no one goes by taxi, maybe only tourists out of ignorance. Locals are too frugal for this service. Parisians prefer bicycles or public transport: the Metro, the RER or bus.
A Metro ticket is also not the cheapest thing that you can buy. This is especially true for those who plan to use it every day. Besides, there are different fares: with some tickets, you can only travel through the city center, and with others, you can only go to the suburbs.
A student travel pass cuts the costs almost by half.
You have to register for a travel pass remotely. It may be difficult to believe, but you can't just buy it at the station or at the office. You must correctly fill out a special form and send it to the right address and then wait for the response. The French are very proud of their mail and love to use it on any occasion but it takes some time. In our practice, there have been cases when a student submitted the form, waited about one month and received a letter stating that an error had been encountered in the form and the manager asked them to fill it in again and repeat the process. Thus, getting hold of a travel pass can take from a week to several months, and after all this time, you have to overpay for tickets on public transport, costing you a lot of money.
In order to avoid such errors, we recommend that you immediately contact the professionals. Quartier Latin will competently fill in the necessary paperwork, promptly send them to the office, and you will receive your travel pass as fast as possible.
The price of the service is 100 euros.
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