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Paris Metro Connections

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I'm trying to map my metro route and want to make sure I'm reading the map correctly. It seems straight forward (although map is hard to read being so small) but want to make sure I'm not overlooking a better route. I prefer to plot my route beforehand and understand it somewhat so I don't have to study the metro map in Paris.

We may decide to go to the Vanves flea Market early Sunday and then head out to the Marais area. What I have is:
Metro #4 from St. Germain station( towards Porte de Orleans). Change at Gare Montparanasse station to #13 (towards Chatillion). Get off Porte De Vanves. On return, the reverse but get off #4 at Chatelet.

Also regarding Montmartre... Metro #4 to Barbes Rochechouart and connect to #2 and off at Anvers station. Funiculaire to Sacre Coeur.

I'd rather take the metro instead of a bus.

Thank you once again for all your help.

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