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Travel Guide – You're Going to Love Paris

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What to do in Paris

The mouth-watering food

The French offer great food so try “haute cuisine”, artisan baguettes, croque-madame, or how about duck confit? There are many mouth-watering culinary delights that can be found in gourmet restaurants such as Le Jules Verne.

The historical churches

The city's iconic historical churches are integral to the feel of Paris. A visit here would not be complete without seeing Notre Dame or Sacre Coeur, both of which attract tourists from around the world.

The allure of the city’s great landmarks

Paris has many impressive and historical landmarks to see. From the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre to the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris will certainly delight you. Spend a day in the Gardens of Versailles or for something a little different, take the kids to Disneyland Paris.

What to see in Paris

Eiffel Tower: The Iron Lady

The Eiffel Tower is a striking feat of engineering, known worldwide as the ultimate icon of France. Upon its completion for the 1889 World's Fair, it was the tallest person-made structure around, and it remains one of the most visited monuments on earth.

Château de Versailles: A Royal Eden

The Palace of Versailles and its spectacular gardens are one of France's most beloved attractions. The design of these grounds is the epitome of the pre-Revolutionary French Monarchy, and it is jaw-dropping to boot.

Louvre Museum: Mona Lisa's Regal Home

Louvre is the world's largest and most comprehensive museum, and it exceeds all expectations. Home, of course, to the incomparable Mona Lisa, it houses tens of thousands of artworks in galleries once home to French kings.

Where to Stay in Paris

Arrondissement 1

Known as the geographic center of Paris, this is the most popular place to stay. Here you can find the Musee du Louvre, the Jardin desTuileries, the Place Vendome and many other attractions.

Arrondissement 2

The second district and the city's smallest arrondissement. It is also a bustling business center with many restaurants and cafes. To get a feel of the city, take a walk along the famous Rue Montorgueil and the hip Etienne Marcel.

Arrondissement 7

Known as the Eiffel Tower district here you will experience a sleepy, relaxed atmosphere. This is a quiet part of town with gorgeous houses in the unique Parisian style. Walk to the Eiffel Tower and take the elevator to the top for unbeatable, panoramic views across the city.

What to do in Paris

The mouth-watering food

The French offer great food so try “haute cuisine”, artisan baguettes, croque-madame, or how about duck confit? There are many mouth-watering culinary delights that can be found in gourmet restaurants such as Le Jules Verne.

The historical churches

The city's iconic historical churches are integral to the feel of Paris. A visit here would not be complete without seeing Notre Dame or Sacre Coeur, both of which attract tourists from around the world.

The allure of the city’s great landmarks

Paris has many impressive and historical landmarks to see. From the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe, Montmartre to the Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris will certainly delight you. Spend a day in the Gardens of Versailles or for something a little different, take the kids to Disneyland Paris.

What to see in Paris

Eiffel Tower: The Iron Lady

The Eiffel Tower is a striking feat of engineering, known worldwide as the ultimate icon of France. Upon its completion for the 1889 World's Fair, it was the tallest person-made structure around, and it remains one of the most visited monuments on earth.

Château de Versailles: A Royal Eden

The Palace of Versailles and its spectacular gardens are one of France's most beloved attractions. The design of these grounds is the epitome of the pre-Revolutionary French Monarchy, and it is jaw-dropping to boot.

Louvre Museum: Mona Lisa's Regal Home

Louvre is the world's largest and most comprehensive museum, and it exceeds all expectations. Home, of course, to the incomparable Mona Lisa, it houses tens of thousands of artworks in galleries once home to French kings.

Where to Stay in Paris

Arrondissement 1

Known as the geographic center of Paris, this is the most popular place to stay. Here you can find the Musee du Louvre, the Jardin desTuileries, the Place Vendome and many other attractions.

Arrondissement 2

The second district and the city's smallest arrondissement. It is also a bustling business center with many restaurants and cafes. To get a feel of the city, take a walk along the famous Rue Montorgueil and the hip Etienne Marcel.

Arrondissement 7

Known as the Eiffel Tower district here you will experience a sleepy, relaxed atmosphere. This is a quiet part of town with gorgeous houses in the unique Parisian style. Walk to the Eiffel Tower and take the elevator to the top for unbeatable, panoramic views across the city.

Frequently asked questions

Useful information and questions about hotel+flight packages in Paris

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.

Home to the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Pompidou Centre and the Grand Palais, the romantic city of Paris needs no introduction. A popular city for fashion, business and leisure, Paris has no shortage of visitors each year.

The winter months of December to February are cold and flights to Paris are fewer but much cheaper. Of course, opting for combined flights, hotel and transfers is the best way to save money when on holiday in Paris. Avoid bookings around important festivals to save even more on your holiday.
 

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Things to know before you fly

Before you head off to Paris on a whim, take some time to learn a few things about it.

Paris is the national capital of France and is about 160 miles (257 kilometers) southwest of the significant city of Brussels. This area of Seine-et-Marne is home to some 2,100,000 residents.

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