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Want to visit Paris but not sure where to start? Consider this your ultimate Paris getaway guide. We can whisk you away on the ideal flight and put you slap bang in the middle of Paris ready for a few days of exquisite architecture, fine dining, and high culture, but getting to Paris is just the start.

Opodo can find you the best flights to Paris, but you’ll need some direction once you arrive. This guide tells you how to get from Paris airport to the city centre, when the weather is best, and what the must-see attractions are.

More than 44 million people visit Paris every year. It’s among the top three most-visited cities in the world, so there are plenty of things to do. For starters, it’s a cultural epicentre and the home of historic monuments such as the Eiffel Tower and masterpieces like the Mona Lisa.

Paris isn't all high-brow tourist attractions. Fuelled by some of the world’s finest cuisine, Paris is a cosmopolitan city with exciting nightlife and plenty of places to eat, drink, shop or just watch the world go by.

Here is a tip for you: booking your flight and hotel at the same time and not separately can make you save up to 40%. Take advantage of a flight + hotel package in Paris to your destination and save time searching for hotels separately. If you have already purchased your flight and you’re only looking for a hotel, you can find it here.

Must See Attractions in Paris

You'll need a flight before you can sample the delights of Paris. Enter a few requirements into our search engine to find the perfect flight to Paris. Being close to the city’s hotspots is important, so you need to know which Paris airport is closer to the city centre.

The Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is closest to the centre of Paris. Orly Airport (ORY) is a little further afield and is a smaller airport, with less frequent flights. Direct flights to Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) take just over an hour and can cost less than £50 with airlines like easyJet and Vueling.

Let’s say you’ve landed at Charles de Gaulle Airport and taken a 45-minute taxi ride to the city centre. Your bags have been dropped at the hotel and you’re eager to hit the ground running. There are plenty of must-see attractions in Paris. We can’t list them all, but we can give you a three-day itinerary filled with top-rated tourist attractions:

Day 1: Start with the City’s Cultural Icons

The obvious must-see things to do in Paris are the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. A trip to the Louvre, even if it’s just to see the Mona Lisa, is a must. The River Seine is also a prominent landmark you can’t ignore, but we’re not here to tell you things you probably already know. There are many more things you can do in Paris.

Day 1 should certainly be all about the big stuff. Do the iconic landmarks but add in a few more we haven’t mentioned, if you have time. Sainte-Chapelle and Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre are some of the most majestic and ornate buildings in Europe. Our top tip for getting around all the top attractions in a day is a guided bus tour or, if you prefer, you can rent bikes or electric scooters.

Day 2: It’s Time for Food, Drinks and Fun

You’ll eat and drink every day, of course, but we’d dedicate at least half a day (or more) to sample the best food Paris has to offer. The city is packed with Michelin-starred restaurants, backstreet bistros and fantastic French fancy spots. Throw in a few places to drink and you’ve got the perfect second day.

Some of the spots you might want to consider on your Paris getaway are:

Day 3: Enjoy the City’s Modern Marvels

The final day of your Paris city break should be all about its modern marvels. By this, we mean visiting some of its newer tourist attractions and taking advantage of modern innovations. For example, if you want high-end fashion with a contemporary feel, take a trip to the concept mall known as Merci.

For a food spot with a difference, Ground Control is 1,500 square metres of open space within an old train station. Filling that space (and your stomach) are dozens of food stalls, pop-up bars, craft shops and local entertainment.

Other modern must-see attractions in Paris are:

In order to discover the beautiful landscapes of the surroundings, you can always rent a car in Paris and travel the open road.

Frequently asked questions about flights to Paris

How can I request assistance for children travelling alone?

You can contact airlines directly if you need assistance with children travelling alone to Paris. This can be done after using our software to book your tickets. Each airline has its own policies. For example, easyJet doesn’t allow children under the age of 15 to fly unaccompanied.

How can I travel with the assistance dog?

You need to contact your airline directly to inform them that you intend to travel with an assistance dog. For example, if you use our search engine to find the best flight to Paris with easyJet, you’ll need to contact the customer service team at least 48 hours before departure.

How do I find cheap flights to Paris that have flexible change policies at eDreams?

Our smart software bases search results on several variables, including real-time price data and availability, the time of year and your personal requirements. You can specify your preferred airports, routes and extra conditions, such as the ability to change a booking without incurring any fees.

How can I book cheap hotels on eDreams in Paris?

Our search engine can pair flights with hotels in your destination city. Simply select the “flight + hotel” option and you’ll be shown a list of cheap flights to Paris based on real-time data. Once you’ve found flights, you can select a hotel and book everything via our website.

What baggage do I need to check on my flight?

Most airlines allow you to take hand luggage at no extra cost. This may be enough if you’re planning a short getaway to Paris. One of the main airlines that fly to Paris from London and doesn't charge extra for 45 x 36 x 20 cm is easyJet.

How can I check in with eDreams?

You’ll get a booking number when you use our service. This number can be used to open the “my booking” portal of your airline. You can check in using the airline portal, usually 48 hours before you fly.

Do I need to pay a cancellation fee if I cancel my flight from London to Paris?

Yes, in general, you’ll be required to pay a fee when you cancel flights. The amount you’ll be charged varies depending on how close your departure time is. Flights cancelled 14+ days out will have a nominal fee. Cancellations made closer to departure may have fees totalling the full cost of a flight.

How do I know if my flight is eligible for compensation?

All flights from the UK to Europe are covered by the Civil Aviation Authority’s ADR scheme. This means you can get compensation of up to £520 if your flight is cancelled within 14 days of departure or you arrive more than one hour late. However, the compensation you will be entitled to depends on your ticket conditions and the distance of your journey.

Airport Info: What to Expect in Paris

Your flight to Paris starts at home but ends in a foreign country. Because of this, it’s a good idea to know what’s going to be waiting for you when you land. There are three main airports in Paris: Charles de Gaulle, Orly and Beauvais. Most people fly into Charles de Gaulle, so we’ll focus on its facilities and location:

You can get from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris city centre via bus, taxi or train:

Paris-Orly International Airport

Top airlines

Top carriers at Orly Airport include: Air France, Transavia-France and KLM.


Paris Orly Airport is located roughly 13km south of the city of Paris.

Transport options

The airport is well-connected to the motorway - A106. Taxis and shuttles are available to and from the airport. It is also accessible by using the RER B train, Orlyval shuttle, RATP, Albatrans, Daniel Mayer, Athis, VEA, Noctilien and Air France buses.

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Top airlines

Top carriers at CDG include: Air France, Delta Air Lines and Lufthansa.


CDG Airport is located approximately 34.4km from the city centre of Paris.

Transport options

Charles de Gaulle Airport is accessible by RER B train. The airport is also served by the TGV, a fast train. Buses, taxis and shuttles are other means of getting to and from the airport.

The Best Time to Visit Paris

The most popular months for Paris city breaks are June to October when the weather is milder. Paris weather can be somewhat changeable, but you stand the best chance of sunshine and temperatures averaging 20°C to 24°C if you visit between June and October.

Flights to Paris are most expensive in June, with one-way fares averaging £69+. July and August are cheaper, with prices for one-way flights starting at £24+. For Paris getaways in September and October, expect to pay around £30+ one-way. You can, of course, visit at other times of the year.

Paris is a perfect getaway all year round. Temperatures start to drop in November and don't start improving significantly until May. The lead-up to Christmas and the period after are popular times to visit Paris thanks to the festivities taking place across the city, including Christmas markets and light displays from the Eiffel Tower. This means you can go almost any time of the year and be guaranteed a great trip.

Long live the magic of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

Get ready to witness history in the making as the city prepares to host the prestigious Paris 2024 Olympic Games. As the world's attention turns to the City of Light, there's no better time to plan your visit and immerse yourself in the electrifying atmosphere of this global sporting event.

When are the 2024 Olympics?

From 26th July to 11th August 2024, Paris will debut as the official host of the Olympic Games. Athletes from around the world will compete to bring home the gold for their respective countries. Whether you're a sports enthusiast or simply eager to be part of the world's premier sporting event, the Paris Olympics promise an unforgettable experience for all.

Paris 2024 Olympics: tips for your trip

Plan your Paris 2024 trip in advance: With thousands of visitors expected in Paris during the Olympics, it's crucial to plan your trip well in advance. Book your flights, accommodation, and event tickets early to avoid any last-minute hassles. Book your flights, hotels, and cars with eDreams for the best options and prices!

Competition dates and schedule: Stay informed about event schedules, transportation options, and any special regulations or restrictions that may be in place during the Games. Here are the actual dates for some highlighted competitions at the Paris 2024 Olympics, based on the official International Olympic Committee calendar:

These dates are subject to possible changes and adjustments by the organisers of the 2024 Olympic Games. We recommend verifying the information from official sources for the most up-to-date and accurate dates.

Prepare your stay in Paris for the 2024 Olympics: Beyond the excitement of the games themselves, there's much more to explore and enjoy in Paris during this special time. Immerse yourself in the city's rich history and culture by visiting iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and Notre-Dame Cathedral. Take leisurely strolls along the River Seine, savouring delicious French cuisine in cosy cafes tucked away in charming neighbourhoods. Here are some ideas to help you plan your trip to Paris.

FAQ's about Paris

How can I find cheap flights to Paris at Opodo?
At Opodo you can find flights from £4 to Paris. Our offers are the result of a combination of different technologies, machine learning algorithms and real searches form our customers in our platform, so you can get the options that better suits your needs when flying to Paris.
When's the best time to book flights to Paris?
The top month to book flights to Paris is July, based on our Opodo UK customers. The next most popular booking period for Paris flights is September. In third place: August. By this we mean when travellers book their tickets. For the best time to actually travel to Paris, read on.
When's the best time to go to Paris?
We checked our customers' flight searches, and the winner of best time to fly to Paris is... August. The next best month to travel to Paris is October. And let's not forget September, the third top choice for when to go to Paris. However if you prefer things on the less busy side, we can also tell you (quietly) that the least popular month for flights to Paris is January.
Which airlines fly to Paris from the UK?
Airlines flying direct from the UK to Paris include:
  • Easyjet, which has flights from London and Manchester as well as Bristol to Paris.
  • Flybe, with flights from Manchester to Paris and Birmingham and also from Cardiff.
Indirect flights from the UK to Paris include:
  • Flybe, which flies from Edinburgh and Glasgow and also from Aberdeen.
  • Air France, with flights from Belfast and Inverness to Paris plus Edinburgh.
  • Scandinavian Airlines, which has flights from Edinburgh and Birmingham as well as from Manchester to Paris.
What are the cheapest airlines flying to Paris?
Looking at the prices of our customers' bookings from UKto Paris, your best bet for cheap flights is:
  • Vueling: average one-way price of £77.85 , with London to Paris an average of £77.82 and Manchester from £86.01.
  • Easyjet (one-way average: £82.90) : this includes an average price from Liverpool to Paris of £69.93 and also flights from Bristol costing £76.51.
  • Transavia France: average cost for one-way was £88.69 , with Edinburgh to Paris flights costing an average of £88.69 and the price tag from null being null.
How early should I be at the airport to take a flight to Paris?
To ensure punctuality for your flight to Paris, it's essential to arrive at the airport at least two to three hours beforehand. This timeframe allows for necessary procedures such as check-ins, security screenings, customs, and boarding, all of which can consume considerable time. At Opodo, you'll discover unbeatable deals for flights to Paris, departing from over 255 cities. Moreover, you can select from various services aimed at enhancing your airport experience, such as priority boarding and additional luggage allowances. For added convenience, when booking your flight with Opodo, consider including insurance or opting for a refundable fare to ensure a hassle-free journey to Paris!
What is the name of Paris’s airport?
Paris is served by 8 airport[s]. Charles De Gaulle airport operates flights towards both domestic and international destinations within 255 cities, such as London, Manchester and Bristol, the most popular routes.
How far is Paris’s airport from the city centre?
Paris’s airport Charles De Gaulle is located 14 miles from the city centre.
How much does it cost to travel from the airport to the city center of Paris?
By Public transport: The price for the trip is about 1.85 £ per person. By taxi: If you have more budget and prefer to take a taxi from Charles De Gaulle , for example, the average price for the ride to Paris centre is around 5.49 £ per km. By car: For more convenience and freedom during your stay, Opodo has the best offers of car rentals in Paris. Pick your preferred car type and get from Charles De Gaulle to Paris city centre on your own terms.
How much should I budget for a trip to Paris?
If you are going to Paris, here is a list with an average price of some goods:
  • - Inexpensive Restaurant: 15.50 £
  • - Mid Range Restaurante: 64.57 £
  • - Cheap Restaurant: 10.33 £
  • - Domestic Beer: 6.03 £
  • - Imported Beer: 6.03 £
  • - Coffee: 3.59 £
  • - SoftDrink: 2.96 £
  • - Water: 2.34 £
What is the weather like in Paris?
If you're looking for summer vibes, the best time to travel to Paris is in July, August and June, when the average temperature reaches 22.92 °C, while July, August and June are the 3 sunniest months of the year, with an average of 126.28 hours. If you prefer colder temperatures, however, make sure you visit Paris during the months of January, February and March to experience an average of 1.31 °C. For those who don't care too much about temperatures, but want to avoid getting wet in the rain, it's important to avoid travelling during January, February and March, when the average precipitation in Paris is 7.5 mm, while the months of January, February and March are drier, with an average of 0 mm.
Airport code CDG The IATA code for the arrival airport on flights to Paris is CDG
Most popular airline Vueling Most popular airline with flights to Paris
High season August According to search data from our customers, August is the busiest time to fly to Paris
Low season January According to search data from our customers, January is the least busy time to fly to Paris

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