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Cheapest Flights to Paris

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Paris Flights

Often called the City of Lights, Paris is known throughout the world as a destination filled with romance, culture, and exquisite charm. Finding cheap flights to Paris can be difficult if you do not plan ahead, as this fantastic destination is often filled with tourists looking to explore some of the more recognisable attractions, such as Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower. Although these landmarks are fantastic, this city has much more to offer, like Musée Rodin, the Pré Catelan gardens, and the Au Lapin Agile cabaret.

Best time to go to Paris

Peak Season:

Although this city never ceases to see throngs of visitors, the absolute peak season falls from June to early September. Flights to Paris during the peak season can be pricey, as tourists pack the streets to celebrate the Marais Festival in June and Bastille Day in July. Though crowds linger through August, the city quiets down a bit as many of the locals go on holiday, leaving tourists to mingle with each other at one of the many sidewalk cafes.

Shoulder Season:

As other tourists are planning their trips to Paris, the adventurous visitor will use late September to October, or March to May to explore the many delights of the city in solitude. This is a great time to see some of the more familiar sights, such as the historic Moulin Rouge, the Musée du Louvre, and La Seine.

Off Season:

From November through February the city sees a lull in tourism due to the dark skies and the chilly, wet weather. Flights are typically inexpensive, making it easier for visitors to indulge in some shopping at Galeries Lafayette or fine dining on Champs Elysees.

Paris Airport and transfer information

Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG)

Distance: 25km to northeast Paris

The local bus and rail systems in Paris are extensive, making public transport the most economic and convenient way to get around. Car rentals are also available, but can be expensive for those travelling on a budget. Like car rentals, taxis are convenient but expensive, as the price of a ride largely depends on traffic.

Online resources for your travel to Paris

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-gb/passagers/home/

The Aéroports de Paris website offers details on Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport flights, in-airport services, procedures, and facilities.

http://www.safetravel.govt.nz/france

The Safetravel website provides travel tips, safety and health warnings, and important local contact information.