Public transport in Paris, France

Paris, the most visited city in the world with 45 million tourists a year and one of the easiest to navigate public transportation.
There are 14 subway lines + RER (regional express network) + buses.


If you kept green or yellow tickets from an earlier trip, they are still valid. Metro tickets are good for 2 hours as you do not go out of the network and whether you should continue by bus, you will need another ticket.

The Noctilien: If the subway is already closed because you missed the last one, do not worry, there is this bus for those who like to walk in the Parisian night; from 0:30 to 5:30.

The Balabus: special line that gives you the opportunity to know the city from east to west. From Gare de Lyon to the Grande Arche de la Defense. Runs from April to September only. The cost is 1 to 3 metro tickets depending on the distance traveled. You will pass the Bastille, the island St. Louis, Notre Dame, the Louvre, Les Invalides, the Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, etc.

The RER rail network that covers a large portion of the island-of-France. If your RER station is connected to the metro, the same ticket will be valid.

Cozia Monastery, Romania

Cozia Monastery was built by the Prince Mircea cel Bătrân in 1388 in the Valley of Olt and is the place for his grave and one of the most remarkable monuments of medieval national art in Romania. The building has had several modifications; they added a porch, a chapel, a new fountain and a guard tower in addition to its original architecture in the brancovien style. The monastery is covered with frescoes which were made between 1390 and 1931. It’s the only monastery in Byzantine style throughout Romania. There are other primitive Byzantine remains in the decorations murals facets with original stone rosettes and frames. There are also two Byzantine cupolas that reflect on the Olt River.


In the monastery museum you can see old manuscripts, embroideries and objects of worship.
Inside the church, you can see the representation of Mircea cel Bătrân and his son (near the entrance).

Montreal Museum Day, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Montreal Museum Day is a day when the public can enter many museums free of charge. There are also free buses that transport people from one museum to another and each bus has a predefined circuit. You can go down and get into when you want at the museum of your choice. The departures and arrivals of the circuits take place at the Promenade des Artistes in the Quartier de Spectacles. The day begins at 9:00 am and finishes around 5:00 pm or 6:00 pm, depending on the closure of museums.


You can take the metro and disembark at Place-des-Arts station and take the Jeanne-Mance exit.

Check the site to get a list of museums to visit. This year, there are 43 museums participating in this special day.

Keep in mind that some museums are more in demand than others, so you can check out tat he information center or ask to the drivers to find out who has fewer people or easier access.