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Paris Navigo Questions

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We are planning to arrive at CDG on Sunday, Oct. 11. We will take the RER into Paris and connect to get to our lodging.

I read on the RATP website that beginning on Sept 1 this year, the Navigo weekly pass will be valid in zones 1-5 for a charge of 5 euro for the card and 21.25 euro for the week. If I am reading it correctly, then from Monday the 12th, until Sunday 18th, we can use the pass in any of zones 1-5, including going to Versailles and also our Sunday 18th trip back to the airport.

If that is the case, then I only need to buy RER tickets for the trip into Paris from CDG.

Can someone(with better French reading skills) confirm that I am reading this correctly?

Thanks,
Barb

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