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    Flight to Paris

    Plan your flight from London to Paris

    The delights of Paris are well-documented, and never over-rated. Thanks to Air France, travel to this unrivalled destination has become even more appealing. Air France offers multiple daily flights from the UK's capital to this hotspot in France.

    When is the best time to travel to Paris?

    Go to Paris during any season – the city's climate is mild. The weather can get hotter during summer months, autumns can get rainy, and, in winter, temperatures can approach zero degrees Celsius. But it seldom gets too hot, too rainy or too cold to walk through the city.

    What administrative formalities need to be taken care of before a trip to France?

    You will need to show the authorities valid ID, such as your passport. You will also need a visa, even if you are only travelling as a tourist.

    Administrative formalities include other obligations such as presenting proof of livelihood and the purpose of your stay. You will also need proof of accommodation, or any substantiating document showing where you will be staying.

    How to get to the city center from Charles de Gaulle airport?

    Charles de Gaulle airport is situated 34 km away from the city center. By car or taxi, your journey from the airport will take about 45 minutes. The RER B train runs every 10 to 20 minutes runs from the airport to the city center, making stops at all the major stations. Your journey by train would take around 50 minutes.

    What are some of the best things to do in Paris?

    • Paris is a dynamic cultural capital, and its museums are many – from the legendary Louvre to smaller galleries and private art collections. Expect to spend hours at the Louvre and plan a couple of hours to spend at Musée d'Orsay on the other side of the Seine. Stop by the charming and lovely Delacroix Museum, if you are craving a more intimate experience. Head to the Centre Pompidou for modern and contemporary art, and plan a trip to the Foundation Louis Vuitton to see the distinct building by Frank Gehry.
    • To get a feel of the famed French extravagance, make a trip outside the city to visit Versailles. The lavishly decorated palace was once inhabited by Marie Antoinette – and you can still roam the corridors and gardens the infamous queen used to frequent.
    • Back to Paris – and back to the many pleasures the city offers. Start your day with cafe au lait and an excellent croissant the city's many boulangeries would offer. True to its reputation of a foodie capital, the bakeries and patisseries of Paris are exceptional, and so is the city's culinary scene. Explore the city's culinary offerings from traditional bistros to ramen kitchens to experimental modern eateries.
    • Go for a long walk through the city. From Champs Élysées and the colossus of the Arc du Triomphe, make your way towards Opéra Garnier in the 9th arrondissement, with its wide avenues and imposing shops. Keep walking towards Marais, the arty neighborhood that once was a ghetto. Plan a foray into Montmartre, once the city's most bohemian neighborhood, with the dreamy Sacré Cœur, perched on the top of the hill.

    Where is Disneyland Paris? How to get there?

    Located just over 18 miles away from Paris, Disneyland Paris is a great theme park to be discovered as a family. Thanks to your airline ticket from London to Paris, you will be perfectly located to spend a day there. A shuttle service can take you straight there from the capital’s international airports. By train, the Marne-la-Vallée/Chessy station is just a few minutes’ walk away from the park entrance. If you come by car, take the A4 motorway from Paris to Disneyland - it will only take you an hour.