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With the evocation of Paris, thoughts of romantic dinners by candlelight, terrace cafes, art and fashion, the Eiffel Tower and Lourdes float in the mind. The French capital is one of the world’s most sought-after travel destinations, attracting visitors from all corners of the globe who often find great deals on flights to Paris. A captivating city that will leave you enchanted if not bewitched.

Bathe in the aroma of freshly baked breads, croissants and delicious sweet treats from a selection of bakeries, have a picnic and just relax in one of Paris’ beautiful parks. Stop at a classic Parisian café, where famous artists and writers have found inspiration, and enjoy an espresso, cappuccino, or glass of French wine. Take a day to browse department stores, markets, and boutiques while noting where and what sales are going on before you embark on your spending frenzy in French.

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Paris is a beautiful city located in France and has millions of visitors every year. We scan millions of flights to Paris every year, giving you incredible prices on flights from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban to Paris.

  • City area: 105.4 km² (40.7 square miles)
  • Call sign: +33 1
    Currency:
  • Euros(EST) City population: 2,241,346
  • Official language: French
    Time zone:
  • CET (UTC + 1)
    Airports: Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris, Airport-Le Bourget
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Getting Around Paris

Many people enjoy walking or cycling in Paris, wanting to experience it at their own pace. Bicycles can be rented and are available at various stations. If you want to cycle in the countryside, take a map with cycling routes and rent your bike at your destination rather than in town. Passionate about cycling, the “City of Paris” manages the Vélib bicycle rental program which uses three-speed unisex bicycles that can be collected from “service points” or stations throughout the city. You can easily pick up a bike from any Vélib station and drop it off at any other station. A 1-day ticket will cost you € 1 while a 7-day ticket is € 5 and allows you an unlimited number of journeys for the duration of your subscription, the first 30 minutes of each journey being free. You will need to purchase these tickets with a credit card which must be accepted by their system.

Driving your car in Paris is not recommended unless you like to be stuck, you better leave it on the outskirts of the city. Driving in Paris for the first time is a nightmare and parking is even worse, unless you park in an underground area near where you are staying. If you have your car and want to park it on the street, you will need to get a Paris Carte as meters do not accept coins, but in the long run it is not an economical option. Renting a vehicle normally lasts at least three days, so if you are planning trips outside of Paris, you will benefit from a long trip that includes a few overnight stays.

Like New York and London, the Paris Metro is one of the best and oldest systems in the world with nearly 300 kilometers of track and around 300 stations allowing you to get to a block or two. from where you need to be. From 5 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., tickets can be purchased at the station ticket office and visitors have the option of obtaining Le Paris Viste tickets from 1 to 5 days, which makes the journey much easier and more profitable. . If you are staying in Paris for a few weeks or a month and more, you can buy a weekly or monthly Carte Orange ticket entitling you to unlimited train or bus travel, but do not lose your ticket as this will incur additional costs. Color-coded metro maps are easy to understand and available at stations.

Convenient for visitors wishing to travel outside the city, the RER has four lines and is more of a suburban line although it has several stops in central Paris for which your metro ticket can be used. Travel outside the city requires the purchase of a separate RER ticket.

Paris has an exceptional bus system, with most buses running from 6.30am to 8.30pm. but only a few run until 12:30 pm Tickets can be purchased on the bus or at train stations and you must keep and not lose your ticket in case an “inspector” gets on the bus to check tickets. . Visitors can use their Carte Orange and Le Paris Viste tickets and get bus maps at metro stations. Alternatively, hop aboard a Paris L’Open Tour bus, sit inside or at the top to see all the sights on four routes and with over 50 stops. As you enjoy the ride, learn about the history, fashion, shopping, and romance of Paris.

Getting off a taxi in Paris should be a concern with nearly 15,000 taxis in service and taxi ranks throughout the city. Do not try to get off a taxi with a “dim” light, it is busy, when the light is bright then it is available. Quite affordable, they are handy for coming home after a late night or when your feet are really sore after walking all day.

The drivers are generally friendly and made up of many nationalities. An alternative to getting off a taxi, with personalized service and offering more luxury, is the 2CV option in a Citroën 2CV, which offers passengers panoramic views as you sit relaxed and comfortably while being driven by a well behaved and very knowledgeable driver. Another choice is the Tuk Tuk, a three-wheeled vehicle that offers many tours around Paris, including visiting the Eastern, African and Indian quarters with a meal at one of their traditional restaurants.

Getting from the airport to Paris

Paris has two main airports, Orly (ORY) and Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle (CDG) with international flights to Paris arriving mainly at CDG and ORY hosting low-cost flights or other European or French cities.

Getting from Roissy-Charles-de-Gaulle International Airport to Paris is a breeze with public transport available by train, bus, taxi, shuttle or car rental. The public systems are the regional RER trains, the RoissyBus and Noctilien night buses and are the cheapest options. It’s worth buying a “Paris Metro Pass” for 6 zones and taking the RER directly from terminals 1 or 2 which take around 40 minutes to reach central Paris. Be aware that you may have to carry your luggage up many stairs when arriving at your station as elevators are limited to some stations in Paris. The RoissyBus is available from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. from terminals 1, 2 and 3 with no stops in between and tickets costing € 10 can be purchased on the bus from the driver. The “Air France Bus” serves all airlines, leaves from all terminals and depending on the route, operates from 6:00 am to 10:30 pm. Taxis are available in terminals 1 and 2 with fares between 40 and 50 € depending on your destination and take around 60 minutes to Paris. Car rental agencies are located in Terminals 1 and 2, but be aware of traffic jams and limited parking spaces in central Paris.

Orly airport is connected to two RER lines and two buses. Taking the RER B gives you the possibility of boarding the high-tech automatic shuttle called Orlyval which delights the children seated in the front. Car and taxi hire is available with a taxi fare of around € 35.