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Paris

The capital city of France, Paris, is one of the most visited tourist locations in the world, drawing visitors from all over the world to experience its vibrant culture and major landmarks. Paris is also known as the most romantic metropolis in the world and a haven for foodies and fashionistas. It's not surprising that Paris is on many people's travel wish lists with its incredible heritage, diverse neighborhoods, and incredible selection of museums, stores, and restaurants!

Best time to visit: Jun-To-Aug Sep-To-Oct
Things to do: Take a Sunset Cruise, Visit Disney Land, Watch A Carbaret Show, Explore The Art Museums

HOW TO REACH PARIS

  • Flight - Paris sees a lot of tourist action because it is the capital of the most visited nation in the world. Aéroport de Beauvais Tillé, Charles de Gaulle International Airport (Roissy), and Orly International Airport are the three international terminals in Paris. The airline shuttle service provided by Air France, which involves shuttle flights between the airports, is an additional means of air travel in Paris. When flying, make sure to arrive well before the departure time because airports are frequently crowded.
  • Rail - All other regions of France and the rest of Europe can be reached by train from Paris. There isn't a singular junction for all trains, but there are six different stations that aren't connected to one another but have trains going to and from different European cities. The Train Express Régionale, Trains à Grande Vitesse, the fast Thalys, the Eurostar, and Intercity trains are a few of the significant trains in Paris.
  • Road - Both within the metropolis and to and from other French cities, Paris has excellent bus service. One of the main transport companies in Paris is called Eurolines. Megabus is another low-cost bus company that links Paris with Brussels, the UK, and Amsterdam. All major French towns are connected to Paris via superbly constructed expressways. (also called autoroutes). Since there is a lot of traffic, taking public transportation is recommended. It is advised to take a taxi if you do decide to journey by car.

HOW TO GET AROUND

  • Metro - One of the most technologically advanced and second-busiest metro networks in Europe is the Paris Metro. In the city, there are 16 active metro lines, and trains operate from 5:30 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. The service is great, with trains arriving regularly (every 2 to 3 minutes). There are many different passes available, and each pass has a different price based on the length, frequency of use, and the five concentric zones of the Paris area.
  • Bus - While traveling from one landmark to another through passageways on the Paris Metro may be an unforgettable experience, you risk missing out on the city's sights. Depending on the area of the city you're in, most buses in Paris operate from 6:30 am to 8:30 pm. However, there are some that run until midnight.
  • Train - The Regional Express Network is without a doubt the most practical method of transportation for getting around Paris. You can use your metro ticket to travel to central Paris; passes and tickets for the same are available at the stop itself. For travel outside of Zone 1, ticket costs differ depending on the station and can be as high as €12.05.
  • Ferry - Utilize the Batobus, which makes nine stops while running up and down the Seine. The Champs Elysées, The Louvre, Eiffel Tower, Musée d'Orsay, Hotel de Ville, Notre Dame, and other well-known sites are among them. A 2-day consecutive pass costs €19 instead of €17 for a one-day permit.
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