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If you are looking for a romantic weekend getaway or perhaps just a quiet break, book cheap flights to Paris and immerse yourself in the famous Parisian culture. Explore instantly recognisable landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral or study the collection of fine art at the iconic Louvre. Don’t forget to savour the world-famous cuisine. Compare prices on Paris flights from UK airports with Netflights.

Paris flight facts what you need to know

How to land a low priced flight to Paris booking advice, visa information and airports and airlines tips

The world’s most visited tourist site

Netflights specialises in cheap flights to Paris and offers several direct flights daily. The capital of France is home to the Eiffel Tower, the world’s most visited tourist site. It is a must-see and has 3 levels with distinct attractions. The first and second floors contain stores, restaurants and clear views of all the capital’s monuments. The top floor is not for the faint-hearted but features unparalleled view of Paris.

Iconic

Other iconic tourist attractions worth a visit are the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre Museum (home to the Mona Lisa), Notre-Dame Cathedral and the famous Moulin Rouge. All these attractions make Paris one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Paris is also famous for its cuisine and it boasts the second most Michelin starred restaurants in the world. One exciting project, opening in early 2018, is ‘Mama F’, the ‘world’s largest restaurant’. It will feature tables in vintage train carriages as well as four kitchens, a bar and an outdoor terrace. It is set to stay open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

When to go

You will often hear the much-lauded affirmation that you can’t beat ‘Paris in the spring’. While this may be true, the other seasons also have their own charm. For first time visitors, spring and summer, with their long warm days and relaxed atmosphere, offer the best chance to explore the wonders that this city has to offer.

Bear in mind that these are the most expensive and popular seasons for tourists, so you may need to queue a bit longer to see the attractions. If you want to visit at a quieter or more budget-friendly time in 2019 / 2020, Autumn offers the romantic and more poetic travellers an opportunity to visit numerous art and culture exhibitions.

Winter, with the festive season, is a magical time to visit Paris, with plenty to offer the whole family. The ‘City of Lights’ has numerous Christmas markets, ice rinks and other attractions which make it worthwhile trying to bag a deal on last-minute Paris flights when booking over this period.

Airports and airlines

In addition to the popular flight finder where you can search and compare flights to Charles de Gaulle Airport, Netflights also allows you to search for hotels, holidays and car hire deals. Book in advance if you are planning to visit in Spring or Summer, while deals on last-minute flights can be found in Winter and Autumn.

Charles de Gaulle (CDG)

Charles de Gaulle Airport is the major airport hub, located about forty kilometres north-east of the city. It is extremely busy and has three terminals. Terminal 2 is the largest terminal and is used primarily by Air France and its associates. Netflights offers direct flights to Paris Charles de Gaulle from Heathrow and Gatwick with various airline partners, including British Airways and Air France. View more flights to Charles de Gaulle CDG.

Getting around the airport

Charles de Gaulle International Airport can be confusing, so allow plenty of time for transfers. Terminal 2 is huge and subdivided into 2A through to 2G (which is located in a separate building and reachable only by bus). The free CDGVAL shuttle train connects the terminals. When arriving at CDG on a return flight you should note which terminal you arrived at, as you will depart from the same terminal when you leave.

Getting to the city from the airport

The RER B commuter train has stations in Terminals 2 and 3, with trains departing for Paris every seven minutes. The train takes 35 minutes to Gare du Nord and 45 minutes to Denfert-Rochereau, making this the fastest way to reach the city. Taxis operate from the airport and are regulated by a flat fare. Alternatively, you can use Uber or travel by bus.

Don't forget before you fly

As both France and the United Kingdom are currently members of the EU, British passport holders do not require a visa when taking a return flight to Paris with Netflights (for stays under 90 days). Nor do they require any travel vaccinations.
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