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I don't speak a word of French or know ANYTHING about France, so I was hoping someone could help me figure out the cheapest way to get from moulineaux to the paris beauvais-tille airport. my flight is at 9 am and i would want to be there by around 7 am. what's the cheapest and easiest way for me to get there? i don't mind if the journey takes a while, as i'm doing absolutely nothing the day before and can leave whenever--I'm just not sure when the subway or trains stop running and I don't want to get stranded somewhere unsafe. I don't mind waiting at the airport for a few hours though, if that's what I have to do. Thanks to anyone who can give me some insight! (and sorry for saying putting paris, I couldn't put in moulineaux)
This is going to suck. You are not close and it is not cheap.
If you go to my usual place for this sort of question, rome2rio.com, then type in your origin and destination, you'll see you're about 200km away by car. The nearest train station is Elbeuf St Aubin, which is a 25 min taxi ride away and will cost about $45. Afterward you need 3 different trains and finally a bus. After the effort of getting all those station changes you'll still be paying around $100 in total.
Early in the morning, with you not speaking a word of French or knowing much about the country's geography, this is going to be a total nightmare.
So, my advice is to rent a cheap a car as possible and drive it to the airport. That is much more straightforward. It's only about 5 turns.
Check out that website I mentioned above and see if that trip is something you are willing to do.
Not an answer: A question!! Do you mean "Issy-les-Moulineaux" ???
If you're not sure, Moulineaux is near the city of Rouen and Issy-les-Moulineaux is near Paris.
If you are starting at Issy-les-M., get to Porte Maillot and there is a shuttle to Beauvais. aeroportbeauvais.com/bus.php...
Since your flight is early, you might think about spending the night before at Beauvais so you don't have to worry about it. Just a thought.
And look up which shuttle departure is the right one for your flight.
I would think that the OP does mean Issy-les M