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One of the world’s most romantic cities, book cheap flights to Paris from Australia today with Globehunters.
Whether you’re travelling with a special somebody, with the family, or just looking for a solo adventure, there’s plenty to see and do in Paris, with beautiful architecture and monuments lining the leafy streets.
The main sights include the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Élysées, but there’s so much more to discover here, whether it’s the city’s culinary scene or designer shops.
Or for a bit of culture, you’ll be spoilt for choice with the number of museums and galleries on offer in Paris.
Once you’re finished sightseeing, sit yourself down in one of the city’s many cafés and enjoy a nice coffee, or perhaps a glass of wine!
If you wish, you can also use Paris as a starting point for a trip around the rest of France, with the coastal towns of Normandy and the beautiful Forest of Fontainebleau both easily accessible by train.
So whether you’re heading for a romantic break or not, be sure to compare thousands of fares to Paris from Australia here at Globehunters to ensure that you get the best possible deal.
If you’re heading to Paris for the first time, here are five important things you should know before you pack your bags:Time Difference: UTC +1 hourCurrency: Euro (€)Native Language: FrenchWeather: Generally mild and wet, but with warm and pleasant summers with average temperatures between 15 and 25°C and a good amount of sunshine.Sales Tax: 20% (10% for restaurants and transport)
If you’re looking to book flights from Australia to Paris, here’s everything you’ll need to know, such as flight times and entry requirements.
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights available to Paris from Australia, so you’ll need to catch a connecting flight from another airport such as Beijing, Doha or Guangzhou, with the flight time varying, but generally taking in excess of 23 hours!
Australian citizens travelling to France won’t require a visa for stays of up to 90 days as it is part of the Schengen Agreement, but you will need a passport which is valid for up to three months.
While there are no airlines offering direct flights to Paris, the following are among those to offer indirect services:
- Air China
- China Southern
- Qatar Airways
- Singapore Airlines
Flights from Australia will arrive at France’s main airport, Charles de Gaulle, located about 16 miles northeast of Paris itself.
You can catch a train to the city which takes around 35 minutes and costs about €10, although there are buses and taxis available too.
If you’re heading to Disneyland Paris, there’s also a shuttle bus which runs straight to the theme park.
There’s a lot to take in in Paris, but here are our top ten ‘must-do’ picks:
- Eiffel Tower
- The Louvre
- Notre-Dame de Paris
- Arc de Triomphe
- Disneyland Paris
- Place de la Concorde
- Musée d’Orsay
So, if you’re heading to Paris, you’re in the right place, because here at Globehunters we can compare thousands of fares to ensure that you get the very best deal on your flights, hotel and car hire too.
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