Plan Your Trip To Paris

On this page, read everything you need to know before travelling to the City of Lights.

This includes getting to Paris, central districts, places of interest, general travel tips and the most important questions. 

With over 30 million foreign visitors a year, Paris ranks consistently among the most popular destinations in the world. With its iconic monuments, world-renowned museums, mouthwatering French cuisine and quaint neighborhoods, it's no wonder thousands of visitors fall in love with this magical city every day.

On top of that, there is the famous Parisian lifestyle, unique experiences and fantastic shopping options, but also great opportunities for group travel and M.I.C.E. events. 

Let's start with how to get to Paris!

How to Visit Paris

There are three international airports in Paris, which are served by a wide range of airlines. Airport Charles de Gaulle is about 23 kilometers north of Paris. It is the main airport and offers good public transport connections to the city.  

Orly Airport is another main airport of Paris. With a distance of 9 kilometers, it is the closest to the city. Like Charles de Gaulle, it is well served by public transport.

Beauvais-Tillé Airporton the other hand, is the furthest away. You can reach this small airport, 84 kilometers from Paris, by bus, taxi or shuttle service.

Another popular option to travel to Paris is by train or bus. There are many regular direct connections from numerous European cities. In Paris, all major train stations are situated in the city center and are connected to the Paris metro network.

If you choose to travel to Paris by car, be aware that you will need a Crit'Air sticker to drive your vehicle in Paris. For parking, you can go to multi-storey car parks or the Park&Ride car parks next to some metro stations. More info on Parkings in Paris.

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Things to do in Paris

Paris is world famous for its wealth of tourist attractions. 

Iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower or Arc de Triomphe are at the top of every bucket list, as are the world-class museums, most notably Louvre or Orsay Museum.

Plan a visit to Disneyland Paris, experience Parisian nightlife at a cabaret show and relax at the marvelous parks and gardens of the city. 

Not to be missed are the beautiful castleschurches and cathedrals of Paris, including Notre-Dame and Sacré-Coeur

There are so many things to do in Paris that you will definitely not be bored! Be prepared to be amazed! 

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Attractions in Paris

In addition to the classic tourist attractions, Paris has a variety of sights to delight all ages.

Prepare yourself to be astonished at L'Atelier des Lumières or visit the top of Tour Montparnasse.

Thrills and chills await you at Catacombs of Paris and the haunted house Le Manoir de Paris.

Fun for the whole family, on the other hand, can be enjoyed at Cinéaqua Aquarium, Musée Grevin and Parc Astérix.

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Quarter Tours in Paris

Ile de la Cité, the heart of Paris, will enchant you with its breathtaking views of the banks of the Seine and plenty of sights. Quartier Latin, the intellectual quarter of Paris, on the other hand, boasts lovely cafés and iconic bookstores, steeped in literary legends.

Don’t miss a stroll through the bohemian neighborhood of Montmartre that will give you a sense of the old Paris, with its cabarets, windmills, vineyards and cobbled-stone streets. Or experience Le Marais, one of the city's hippest and most colorful neighborhoods, rich in history, culture, high-end boutiques and great restaurants.

Try the self-guided audio guides with fascinating anecdotes and details to discover the culturally and historically rich neighborhoods of Paris at your own pace.

Food to try in Paris

It's no secret that French cuisine is one of the best cuisines in the world. 

With its flavors, techniques and diversity, French restaurant culture has become a star of international cuisine. But it is more than that! French cuisine and its rituals are a way of life, which is why it has even been recognized by the UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage.

So during your stay in Paris, don't miss to try delicious traditional dishes such as Bœuf Bourguignon, Canard à l'Orange or Foie Gras. Indulge your palate in one of the many Michelin-starred restaurants or in a typical Parisian bistro. Eat a crêpe on Rue Mouffetard, taste French cheese and enjoy some top quality wine.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

When is the best time to visit Paris?

The best time to travel to Paris is in spring and autumn, especially from April to June, and in September and October.

However, those who don't mind the cold can also experience the magic of the winter season in Paris. Temperatures rarely reach the freezing point during the day, and there is hardly any snowfall. Since there are fewer tourists, the queues in front of the tourist attractions are much shorter than in summer. 

How many days do you need in Paris?

For the most of French heritage, culture, experiences and sights of Paris, you should plan at least three days for your stay. For more tips, check out our guide "3 Days in Paris - What to do?"

Where to stay in Paris?

The city of Paris is divided into a total of 20 districts, so-called arrondissements. Some of the best districts to stay in Paris are the arrondissements 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9 and 18. Read more in our guide 20 Districts of Paris: Where to stay in Paris.

What should you not miss in Paris?

The most important sights of Paris are:

  1. Louvre Museum
  2. Eiffel Tower
  3. Disneyland Paris
  4. Versailles Palace
  5. Musée d'Orsay

Find more in our guide Top 10 Things To Do in Paris.

What is Paris most famous for?

Paris is most famous for its attractions Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum, Versailles Palace, Sacré-Coeur and Seine River. Also celebrated are the Parisian lifestyle, the city's top-notch restaurants, shopping, and must-do experiences like visiting a cancan show or theater in Paris.

Which Paris Airport is closest to the City?

The closest airport to Paris is Orly Airport, 9 km away.

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