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Cheap flights to Paris, France

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Jetradar compares airfares to Paris with hundreds of airlines and dozens of online travel agencies in one single place. We provide you with all the options, you choose where to book. Also there you can find airlines special offers to Paris. Facts about Paris: Paris connects with 1655 cities nonstop. There are 5 airports in Paris: Le Bourget, Charles De Gaulle, Vatry International, Paris Cergy Pontoise, Orly. 308 airlines have flights to Paris.

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Paris Airports

  • Le Bourget LBG
  • Charles De Gaulle CDG
  • Vatry International XCR
  • Paris Cergy Pontoise POX
  • Orly ORY

Weather in Paris

Month Temp. (°C) Rainfall
January 4.0 54.0
February 5.0 46.0
March 7.5 51.0
April 10.0 45.0
May 13.5 61.0
June 16.5 56.0
July 19.0 54.0
August 18.5 51.0
September 16.0 56.0
October 12.5 57.0
November 7.5 58.0
December 4.5 55.0
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The total population of Paris is

2,139,000 people.

Paris City Guide

Brief History

Paris, the capital of France, was founded by Celtic Gauls in pre-Roman times, and quickly built up by the Roman empire. The Frankish (French) tribes replaced the Romans in 508, and since then the city has been at the center of French history and politics, including the days of Charlemagne, the French Revolution, and later Napoleon. Today, it is known as the City of Light, and is thought by many Europeans to be the most beautiful city in the world.


Paris is served by a total of three airports. The largest, Charles de Gaulle Airport, takes the majority of international flights to Paris, and also serves as a hub for travelers going to and fro in Europe. De Gaulle airport is well-connected to the city’s subway system – in fact, it is so large that there are two different train stops at different places in the airport! There’s also a special airport shuttle that will take you right to downtown Paris. Orly airport, which is also served by local trains, is mostly a domestic airport, but there are a few flights from nearby countries like Germany and the UK. The cheapest flights to Paris come into Beauvais Airport – bargain carriers like RyanAir use this as their destination in Paris. From Beauvais Airport, you can get a shuttle bus to a nearby train station, then take the train into town.

By far the best way to get around within Paris is on foot. Many of the most scenic areas are closed to motor vehicles, and the streets that are open are often clogged with traffic. For long distances, the Paris metro is a reliable way to go, but for anything under a mile it’s very easy and pleasant to walk.

Popular Attractions

  • Paris is renowned for its must-see landmarks; the Eiffel Tower, its most iconic location, is the most popular tourist attraction in the world. Its viewing platform affords and unparalleled view of central Paris.
  • The Arc de Triomphe, near the city center, was built by Napoleon to celebrate his victories in 1806, and has spawned many imitations in cities around the world.
  • Widely regarded as the world’s finest art museum, the Louvre houses many masterpieces of European art, including Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa – perhaps the most famous painting ever made.
  • Be sure not to miss Notre Dame Cathedral, a 900-year-old building by the river that is an excellent exemplar of Gothic architecture.


French food is held in high regard the world over for its high quality and its rich savory flavors. Paris is an excellent place to eat, especially if you’ve got some extra cash to spend on food during your stay. Even if you don’t, though, there are many bistros and roadside carts selling delicious food. Don’t leave Paris without trying an authentic crêpe, a paper-thin pancake typically served with fruit and chocolate.

Tips for Travelers

  • Downtown Paris is mobbed with tourists year-round, and the lines for major attractions can be staggeringly long. Experienced visitors know to show up early, as much as a half hour before opening time, if you plan to go inside the Louvre or up to the top of the Eiffel Tower.

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