Services at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport


Find out what services and facilities are available at Paris CDG Airport. Where is the best place to eat and shop?

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Internet and wi-fi

Wifi is free via the WIFI-AIRPORT hotspot.

If you use an EU country sim card, you can call and use data in France at the same prices as in your home country.

Otherwise, get a French data e-sim quickly and easily at

Supermarkets and pharmacies

Grocery stores or convenience stores can be found in several locations around the airport:

  • Marks & Spencer Food - Terminal 1, Level 5 (arrivals-public area): 7:00 to 20:30
  • Marks & Spencer Food - Terminal 2E, Level 0 (public area): 6:00 to 21:00
  • Marks & Spencer Food - Terminal 2F, Level 0 (public area): 6:00 to 22:00
  • Marks & Spencer Food - by the train platform towards Paris, Roissypole: 6:00 to 22:00
  • Monop'daily - between terminals 2B and 2D, after security check: 5:00 to 22:00
  • Monop'daily - at the train platform towards Paris, terminals 2: 6:00 to 22:00

Pharmacies are located in the following terminals:

  • Terminal 1, public area, level 3 - open 6:00-21:00
  • Terminal 2E, public area, departure level - open 6:00-20:00
  • Terminal 2F, public area, departure level - open 6:00-20:00

Baggage storage

Baggage storage Bagages du Monde is available in the main atrium of Terminal 2, near the TGV station in front of the Sheraton Hotel, and is connected to the luggage store.

Opening hours are 7:00-21:00 and you can store your luggage here for 10 to 14 eur depending on size for 12 hours or 15 to 18 eur for 24 hours.

There are no luggage lockers or automated lockers at terminals 1 or 3.

Restaurants and shops

Restaurants are much more plentiful after security, but there are plenty of dining options in the public area as well.

McDonald's, Pret A Manger fast food, and Starbucks coffee shops are popular, but you'll also find plenty of more upscale restaurants.

Despite its size, there are no restaurants open 24 hours a day at the airport.

Shops selling more upscale clothing, accessories, jewelry, watches, or travel accessories are mainly located behind security.

A list of restaurants and shops can be found on the airport website:

Terminals 1 and 2 have plenty of shops and restaurants, while Terminal 3 offers only a small Duty Free Shop and a few simple snacks.

ATMs and currency exchange

All exchange offices at the airport are run by Global Exchange, with extremely unfavourable rates.

There are ATMs in many places at the airport, but all are operated exclusively by Euronet. Especially if you do not have a card with a euro account, you may encounter very unfavourable conversion rates.

The withdrawal fee is around 4 eur. For transport to the city centre by taxi or train, you can pay with your card, so you can wait to withdraw money until you get to the city centre, where there are many ATMs of various French banks.

Drinking water

Drinking fountains with cold water, from which you can tap water into your own bottle, are located throughout the airport. Most of the fountains can be found after the security check.


Apart from the showers in the VIP lounges, where only airline loyalty card holders have access, there are no public showers at Paris CDG.

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