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Paris is one of the most beautiful capitals in the world and perhaps the most romantic of them all! The Latin Quarter, the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Cœur, and Le Marais. Paris has so many famous buildings and areas that you would have to scroll down a long way if we were to name them all.

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Feb 2023 - May 2023
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    Bienvenue en France et à Paris - Welcome to France and Paris

    Whether you have been to Paris many times before or it is your very first visit to the French capital, Paris never fails to surprise and delight. Enjoy some of the best food in the world with an equally impressive wine selection. Wonder the streets and enjoy shopping of all kinds, from large department stores such as Printemps and Galeries Lafayette to tiny second-hand shops.

    In Paris, there are specialty shops from all corners of the world and exciting grocery stores with goodies you can fill your suitcase with.

    Here are our top tips for those of you who are going to Paris for the first time, or for those who have not yet experienced all the highlights.

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    Flights to Paris

    We fly to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), terminal T2 B. From 13 January 2023 we will switch to terminal 3.

    There are trains and buses from the airport to the center of Paris. The local train, RER, is the easiest to take if you are going to the Latin Quarter.

    It takes about half an hour, but allow for more time during rush hour. The high-speed train, TGV, is a conveinient way to get to many of France's other cities.