Paris is one of the most loved and visited European capitals by tourists from all over the world.
The best of European culture and history is condensed in this great city, offering tourists both incredible sights such as the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower, and fascinating neighbourhoods in which it is nice to get lost, such as Montmartre or the Marais.
But it is its romantic atmosphere, the long Seine, picturesque views, manicured gardens and outdoor bistros that make it one of the most romantic cities in the world.
Planning a trip to Paris, whether it’s for a weekend or even better a week, is really simple: all you have to do is take one of the many flights to one of its airports (Orly, Charles de Gaulle or the low-cost Beauvais), find a hotel in the neighbourhood that inspires you most (follow our advice on where to stay) and browse our website to choose the places of your greatest interest, perhaps with the help of our interactive map .
And before you leave, don’t forget to take a look at the weather, the climate in Paris is quite variable.
In spring, Paris is an explosion of colours, flowers and scents that invades every corner: parks, gardens and the Seine promenade where the famous street artists perform and flower and book sellers’ stalls unfold. It is a real pleasure to experience the city outdoors amidst bistros and relaxing strolls along tree-lined boulevards.
In autumn, on the other hand, Paris is cloaked in its most charming romantic and melancholic character thanks to the wonderful colours of the foliage that cover every street and garden and the first greyness that envelops the city.
These are also the seasons with the best temperatures: in fact, the summer is torrid and tourists often find many businesses and venues closed for holidays, while in winter a biting cold envelops tourists whipped by the wind, shivering as the sun quickly sets.
December, however, offers all the magic of Christmas: the Champs Elysees are covered in lights, shops overflow with decorations and you can visit the Christmas markets.
Paris is served by no less than three airports, two international ones in the immediate vicinity of the city, namely Paris Orly and Paris Charles de Gaulle airports, and one low-cost airport, Paris Beauvais Airport.
You can therefore imagine how easy it is to find a direct flight to Paris: connections are many, frequent and for all budgets.
The following are the most popular tickets and tours in Paris that we recommend you don't miss.
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Paris is the capital of France and the capital of theÎle-de-France region, located in the north of the country on the banks of the Seine River.
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