Driving directions to Paris, France

Just for fun:

Who wants to take a road trip to Paris?

Courtesy of Google Maps, I have driving directions from New York, NY to Paris, France. Follow the directions carefully; I wouldn't want anyone to get lost.

See you there.

Start: New York, NY

End: Paris, France

Travel: 3,800 mi (about 29 days 7 hours)

Driving Directions

From New York, NY:

1. Head southwest on Broadway toward Warren St 0.2 mi (1 min)

2. Turn left at Park Row 0.1 mi (1 min)

3. Slight right at Frankfort St 0.3 mi (1 min)

4. Turn left at Pearl St 56 ft

5. Turn right onto the F.D.R. Dr N ramp 0.4 mi (1 min)

6. Merge onto FDR Dr N 7.7 mi (12 mins)

7. Take exit 17 on the left for Triboro Bridge/Grand Central Pkwy toward I-278/Bruckner Expy 0.4 mi (2 mins)

8. Merge onto Triborough Bridge 0.4 mi (1 min)

9. Merge onto I-278 E via the ramp to I-87 N/Bronx/Upstate N Y/New England 0.6 mi (1 min)

10. Take exit 47 to merge onto Bruckner Expy/I-278 E toward New Haven 1.9 mi (2 mins)

11. Take the I-278 E exit toward New Haven 0.3 mi

12. Merge onto Bruckner Expy 5.0 mi (6 mins)

13. Continue on I-95 N 62.1 mi (1 hour 12 mins)

14. Take exit 48 on the left to merge onto I-91 N toward Hartford 36.8 mi (37 mins)

15. Take exit 29 for US-5 N/CT-15 toward I-84/E Hartford/Boston 0.4 mi

16. Merge onto CT-15 N 1.7 mi (2 mins)

17. Merge onto I-84 E 40.7 mi (38 mins)

18. Take the exit onto I-90 E/Mass Pike/Massachusetts Turnpike toward N.H.-Maine/Boston 56.0 mi (56 mins)

19. Take exit 24 A-B-C on the left toward I-93 N/Concord NH/S Station/I-93 S/Quincy 0.4 mi (1 min)

20. Merge onto Atlantic Ave 0.8 mi (3 mins)

21. Turn right at Central St 0.1 mi

22. Turn right at Long Wharf 0.1 mi

23. Swim across the Atlantic Ocean 3,462 mi (29 days 0 hours)

24. Slight right at E05 0.5 mi (2 mins)

25. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto E05/Pont Vauban 0.1 mi

26. Turn right at E05 17.3 mi (22 mins)

27. At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto A131/E05 heading to A131/Rouen/Paris/Evreux 9.1 mi (8 mins)

28. Take the exit onto A13/E05/L'Autoroute de Normandie 20.3 mi (17 mins)

29. Take the exit onto A13/E05/L'Autoroute de Normandie 56.5 mi (47 mins)

30. Take the exit on the left onto A14 toward Nanterre/La Défense 12.5 mi (16 mins)

31. Slight right at N13 1.4 mi (3 mins)

32. Turn right at Avenue de Neuilly/N13 269 ft

33. At the traffic circle, take the 4th exit onto Avenue de la Grande Armée 0.7 mi (3 mins)

34. At Place Charles de Gaulle, take the 5th exit onto Avenue des Champs-Elysées 1.3 mi (3 mins)

35. Slight right at Voie Georges Pompidou 1.4 mi (3 mins)

36. Slight left to stay on Voie Georges Pompidou 440 ft

37. Slight right at Quai de la Mégisserie 377 ft

38. Continue on Quai de Gesvres 0.2 mi (1 min)

39. Turn left at Place de l'Hôtel de Ville 194 ft

End Paris, France

Map and directions at Google Maps.

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aarondavis 9 years ago

lol who the hell is dumb enough to do that

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Misha 9 years ago from DC Area

LOL, I was dumb enough to go and check for myself :D Sure thing they admit this can't be done...

Nice joke, Kevin, I like it :)

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MrMarmalade 9 years ago from Sydney

Did drive from Frankfurt to Paris. Val my wife was co pilot, normally she cannot walk across the road with out getting lost.

She read the map and got us in all the traffic at 5.00 pm

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emilyrose 8 years ago

Yeah i saw this like last year. You used to be able to type it in, and it really did say "Swim across the ocean.." but they changed it now.

sillygoose! 8 years ago

HILARIOUSSS!! i wanna see someone actually do this....haha. wow.

Gibby 7 years ago

Duh I actually did it

Jack Mehoff 6 years ago

well uhh...HEY THERE.

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