Board a Metro
Metro is the most convenient and fastest way to reach the Arc De Triomphe in Paris. The closest railway-cum metro station to the Arc De Triomphe is Charles de Gaulle Etoile. You can get down either at one of the metro lines 1, 2 and 6 or the RER Line A of Charles de Gaulle Etoile station. These will lead you a tunnel from the Wagram exit, which is the safest way to reach Arc De Triomphe.
Take the underground passage
Visitors, who are either walking to the place or coming by the metro, are requested to take the underground tunnel only as crossing the traffic circle is dangerous. You get a tunnel pass that costs 8 € for adults, 6.5€ for a group of 20 adults and 5€ for students in the age group of 18 to 25 years. The pass is free for students and children up to the age of 17 years. The underground passage is located towards the Avenue de la Grande Armee side of the traffic circle. One can walk the underground way that will lead you right in the heart of the Arc De Triomphe.
Travel by Bus
For those having extra time on the plate and patience to travel in the heavy traffic, travelling by bus is preferred. Both public transportations and private non-stop buses will take you to the Arc De Triomphe, besides AirFrance Bus. Remember the bus lines of public transportation, which are 22, 52, 30, 92, 31 and 73. All these halt at Arc De Triomphe. The ticket is just 1.90 €, which can also be used for a metro. You can even buy a Carnet, a pack of 10 tickets, if you want to tour Paris by the bus.
When driving by a rented car, or taxi, get down at Champs Elysées and then take the underground passage to the arc.
Walk your way
For travellers, who want to explore the beauty of Paris by foot, walking until Champs Elysées is preferred. Do not dare to cross the traffic circle, which is the nearby the arc as it is dangerous, but take the underground passage only that leads to the arc.