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Cheap Flights to Paris, A Dream Destination

 

Paris, a dream destination, is the city and capital of France. It is by far the main center of trade and culture, and continues to be one of the biggest and most glamorous towns in the world. Paris remains important for its repute as a center of education and intellectual pursuit. The place not only has a major influence on France but on the entire region of Europe. The city is admired for the industry, trade, learning, culture and entertainment possibilities it provides; its food, high-end sewing, painting, literature and intelligent society enjoying a status that is especially exemplary.

The left bank of the Seine River (the Rive Gauche) was historically the seat of an intellectual life and its right bank (The right bank of the river Rive Droite) is the center of economic life in the region. Paris has mainly retained the circular shape of the early town during its centuries of development. The boundaries spread to the neighboring cities (city halls), typically built around monasteries or churches and sometimes the site of a market. The expansion of the city was mostly eastward from the mid-14th to the mid-16th centuries. It consists of 20 districts with their own mayor, the town hall and special amenities. The numbering starts in the center of Paris and ends as a snail shell spiraling towards the far east. The vast urban agglomeration has been generated by responding to urban growth problems such as immigration, employment, social infrastructures, public utilities, suburban growth and zoning.

The city’s Prominence was founded strongly under Hugh Capet (ruled 987–996) and under the Capetian Dynasty. When contemporary France began to emerge, Paris became the political and cultural center. France has always been popular as a highly centralized country since many years and Paris has become a dominant central state that derives much from the provinces' talent and life. The Seine divides the three main parts of historic Paris. The center is the Île de la Cité (the term "citizen" refers to the center of ancient City) that houses religious and temporal powers.

 

Speciality of Paris

 

For decades, Paris has been considered the major cultural power of the West, a center for artists and thinkers and a place for the creation of new ideas and the ultimate rule of art. This was especially true in the early 20th century, when numerous expatriate writers and artists favored the region, including the United States' Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce of Ireland, Spain's James Picasso, and Italian's Amedeo Modigliani.

The major State theatres such as the Comédie-Française, the Odéon Theater and the Chaillot National Theater offer a repertoire of French classics, significant contemporary theaters and imports from foreign countries. The many private "boulevard" theatres, which struggle to survive, have a lightweight fare. There are over 150 smaller theatres, many of which are funded by the State, offers a mixed program of experimental fringe shows, cabaret shows, etc. Including many multiscreen commercial cinemas, a variety of films, many of them subtitled, are shown in tiny 'craft' houses. Apart from this, France's oldest movie studios are in the Paris suburbs.

Although some critics believe that culture in Paris is more of a show and dazzle than of real creativity, cultural life in the city is still incredibly active and unique. Parisians are known for their novelty, unfailing intellectual curiosity, and dressing up the simplest cultural event with flair and elegance. They are quoted as the ardent patrons of the arts and therefore the theatres and concert halls, museums, art galleries, and art cinemas are very well attended by travelers.

The Louver is viewed as one of the best museums featuring classical art and the other major museums include the Pompidou center's National Modern Art Museum, the Orsay Museum of Civilization and the La Villette Museum of Science of the 19th century. Paris specializes in the exhibits, usually retrospective of the artist or historical period. The exhibits are comprehensive and luxurious.

Within the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhoods are the largest publishing houses and bookstores. Le Monde, preceded by Le Figaro and Libération, is the most well-known national newspaper. L'Express and Le Point are one of the most popular weekly news magazines. Satisfying with skewered political and religious figures, Charlie Hebdo's satirical weekly long disregarded his cultural influence with a fairly small circulation. Due to its controversial depiction of the Prophet Muhammad, the publication attracted violent response from Islamist militants and was firebombed in 2011 followed by a deadly shootout in January 2015 that claimed the lives of 11 journalists and security personnel, including the editor Stéphane Charbonnier. All states and privately owned French national radio and television networks are based in Paris itself.

In the early 1970s the once dying cultural life of the city became much more vibrant because the state received much-needed financing. Founded in 1989 in Place de la Bastille, the city renewed its dedication to the opera. The Music Festival (Fête de la Musique), held in June, and the Autumn Festival, held from mid-September to December, all features popular annual music-drama festivals.

 

Greatest Attractions in Paris

 

Travelers can discover the city by engaging in museum-tours, shopping, cemetery-perusing, district-exploring, opera-attending or by booking a guided tour to explore various city pockets. 

Paris is known for some of the world’s most incredible attractions. The attractions such as world-renowned Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre-Dame, notable city jewels such as the Musée d'Orsay, the Luxembourg Gardens or Le Marais truly proves to be the feast for the eyes. 

 

Eiffel Tower

Designed and established for the World's Fair, Eiffel Tower was meant to be a temporary structure and has been a point of discussion twice for demolition. The primary purpose behind construction of the tower was transmission. In the present time, the Eiffel Tower is still being used for data transmission. This architectural marvel has truly become the jewel of Paris and is one of the world’s most visited tourist destinations. The first floor is accessible via walking and the top via elevator, which offers mesmerizing views of the city. The shining of thousands of light bulbs in the dark amazes like nothing else. Acceptance rates vary depending on the direction and how (elevator or stairs) travelers choose to go. Mostly tourists opt to ride the lift to the top, but the stairs and the second floor elevator are less expensive.

The chief architect, Gustav Eiffel, conducted a variety of scientific experiments on the tower. During the First World War, the Eiffel Tower transmission capability proved helpful in intercepting information and messages from enemies and passing onto soldiers on ground. 

During the second world war and German invasion of France, the Eiffel Tower was almost destroyed as Hitler wished to get rid of the tower but never ended up with his strategy. 

Through the Bir-Hakeem, Trocadéro or Militaire Colleges, stations served by metro on lines 6, 8 and 9, witnessing the grandeur of this most prominent landmark can be turned into a reality. 

 

Notre-Dame Cathedral

The cathedral is regarded as a Parisian landmark like the Eiffel Tower and is a gothic marvel right along the picturesque Seine river. It is also considered one of the world's finest Gothic-style cathedrals. In the late 10th century the construction began of the iconic cathedral and no final touches were made until almost 200 years later. For travelers visiting here it is evident why it took so long.

The Notre-Dame's architectural details are intricate and delights more as visitors gets closer. The front entry features sculpted sculptures that blend perfectly in its façade of stone. The portal of the entrance to the judgment is just one example of this impressive architectural style. The back of the cathedral is as spectacular as the flight buttress. The sky-high gold ceilings and stained-glass windows adds to its beauty. Visitors can go 387 steps up the cathedral to get a superb view of the city or can choose to go to the crypt to see old remains below.

The architecture draws numerous tourists and therefore it gets difficult to secure a space on the top but the officials at the Cathedral limits the numbers of people to facilitate an equally enjoyable experience. As the attraction witnesses over 13 million visitors each year, there will certainly be crowding on the front plaza and long queues on top of the cathedral. The Cathedral is in the heart of the city and metro line 4 is the nearest to get to the Dame. 

As the cathedral was severely damaged by fire on April 15, 2019, it remains closed until notice about reopening.

 

Jardin des Tuileries

The Jardin des Tuileries is a public free park, located in a central position between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde, which occupies approx. 55 acres. Parisians and visitors love to stroll through the trees of the park, enjoy a picnic on the lawn or just sit on a benche and watch people. The park is a perfect place to rest and relax. The Orangerie Museum is situated in the vicinity of the garden and on the southwest side. Three restaurants, a bookstore, a carousel and more are within. The opening and closing hours of the Tuileries Garden vary according to the season. 

In 1991 (as part of the Seine Bank) the Park was added to the UNESCo register as part of the World Heritage site and has been open to the public since the 17th century although it had been originally solely for use of the royal family and the courtyard. 

In the history of France, the green area plays an important role. For example, for once foreign dignitaries met in the garden of the Tuileries, and on the way to the marriage banquet of the couple, Napoleon and Marie-Louise marched through the gardens in the Palais des Tuileries.

 

Le Marais

Le Marais is one of the oldest and coolest areas of Paris in the 3eme and 4eme districts – so cool in reality that it's named home by French writer Victor Hugo. Le Marais has been the Jewish neighborhood of the city since the 13th century. The history of the area is most evident along Rue des Rosiers, with many bakeries and old schools. The Marais is today the epicenter of a gay community in the area, with chic shops and vibrant nightlife over the traditional Jewish buildings. The Marais is also renowned for its delicious falafel, shopping and several art galleries and museums. The Museum of Arts is one of the most important museums in Europe, the Center Pompidou, the French National Archives, the Musée Picasso and the Musée des Arts et Métiers. Le Marais is known for its various antique shops and retail stores, including stationery, in addition to the neighborhood's array of boutiques. The Village Saint-Paul will send the antique hunters a load of good finds while the fans will enjoy visiting the market of the Rouges Girls, the oldest market in Paris.

Visitors say that walking around Le Marais is the perfect (and easiest) way to learn. Travelers couldn't help fall in love with Le Marais and all its amenities by walking through its vibrant streets. Le Marais has kept travelers enterprised (and satiated) for hours, with its various fine restaurants offering delicious food, while its stunning architecture left a lot of people in admiration. It made the area a place to stay for tourists when in Paris (the area is renowned for its swanky hotels, in conjunction with an overall fun atmosphere in the neighbourhood). If you want to find out more about the rich past of Le Marais, try walking. DiscoverWalks provides free community walking tours at 2.30 p.m. each day.

It's easy to feel like walking through medieval Paris with all their cobblestone avenues, trendy stone architecture and hidden courtyards. Le Marais had a wonderful French royalty back in the day. The construction of the Place des Vosges, Paris' older square, was the responsibility of Henry IV. And for a time, Louis XIV named the neighborhood home to move his family and court to Versailles. The devastation made during the French Revolution was also survived by Le Marais. The area has housed many cultures throughout its entire lifespan, including the French atmosphere in the Old World. 

Le Marais is free to visit any hour of the day, but it can be paid for entering or hours by individual businesses. The best base from St. Paul, which services line 1, to explore Le Marais The metro stops also bordering Le Marais on Sully-Morland (line 7) and Rambuteau (line 11).

 

Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre

This Roman-Byzantine masterpiece is a site which overlooks the eclectic district of Montmartre (once a haven for bohemian Parisian crowds). The Sacré-Coeur ("Sacred Heart"), rising high above Paris, is more like a white castle rather than a basilica – but that's what it is. As white as the interior of the basilica looks on the outside, it's worth to look at: the walls shine with the largest mosaic, showing Jesus standing next to the Virgin Mary and Joan of Arc.

Getting fascinated by the panoramic views from above the outdoor staircase of Sacré Coeur and climbing the 300 steps up to the top of the dome for an even better photo op is an experience of a lifetime. Although the Sacred Heart gets a decent proportion of its visitors, travelers claim it's worth braving other tourists. The church was considered magnificent by tourists, while there are some people who confess to being at ease just out and enjoying the view of Paris, it is highly advisable to explore the beautiful surroundings of the church. It is recommended to take a walk at sunset and and hang around long enough to see the dazzling lights of the Eiffel Tower lights the skyline. Travelers can also spend some time exploring the charming area of Montmartre, especially Place du Tertre, a public square.

Through Antwerp Metro stop on Line 2 travelers can enter the Sacré-Coeur, from where the cable car to the basilica can be taken. But to taste the beauty of Montmartre, climb the winding rock of the neighborhood near the cable car. 

 

Musée d'Orsay

The Musée d'Orsay is housed in the former Left Bank railway Station and is known for its rich impressionist collection. Among many, many others, you can find paintings by French artists such as Degas, Monet, Cezanne and Van Gogh. While most of the Parisian highlights can be found at the Louver, the Musée d'Orsay is still more popular among young travelers. There are also some sculptures and paintings and even displays of furniture in the museum. While ascending to the top balcony of the Building, via the museum's huge transparent clock travelers can witness the breathtaking view of the Sacré-Coeur Basilique.

Travelers suggest the museum is much more accessible and that there are far less crowds here than the sometimes daunting Le Louver. Many visitors report that this museum can be easily accessed in a few hours. The art is a topic of affection for visitors and lovers, with many calling the architecture of the Belle Epoque d'Orsay a piece of art by themselves, the museum's vibrant art collection.

General entrance is about $14 per person. Every day from 9:30 a.m. the doors are open till 6 p.m, except Mondays. The museum is open until 9:45 on Thursdays. Travelers visiting after 6 p.m. can get a discount of $10.08. Travelers can reach the Musée d'Orsay by hopping off the Assemblee Nationale Metro stop, line 12. 

 

Musee de l'Orangerie

A must visit featuring a broad variety of impressionist and post-impressionist art. It is most notable for the extended paintings of the artist Claude Monet called "Water Lilies." The 8 massive paintings are divided into two oval rooms which fill a glass roof with natural light. In addition to the "Water lilies" series, the Musée de l'Orangerie features a collection by Jean Walter-Paul Guillaume, featuring work of artists such as the Renoir, Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, etc. 

 

Musée du Louvre

The Musée du Louvre is certainly the only choice for travelers having less time to explore attractions in Paris. The Louver is not only commonly recognized as one of Europe's finest museums of art, it is often recognized as one of the best in the world. In 1793, the museum features hundreds of paintings and over 35,000 works of art. The Louver is full of antique Grecian sculptures (including the famous Smothrace Winged Victory and Venus de Milo). The Egyptian Mummy Tombs and the Venus de Milo. Visitors here can view a range of art from different periods and cultures. The Louvre used to be a royal residence of several French interests until it became a museum. Louis XIV left the Louvre in favor of Versailles, and then the Louvre became a museum. It was only a few years after Louis XIV left the Louver.

The Louvre has won the status of the most visited museum in the world with this extensive art collection (up from 9 million annually). Visitors agree that it is definitely a must-visit attraction, and that most of the museum's services are more than impressive. The crowds can be a significant turn off (especially the "Mona Lisa" glass enclosure). Travelers not willing to skip the Louvre, stress going at a time when there is less crowd (not the middle of the day on a weekend). Due to the museum's enormity the exploration can be a daunting task and difficult to cover the entire 650 thousand feet in a day. The best approach is to pick what you want to see and draw a map in advance, so that these pieces of art can be easily found. Otherwise you might potentially waste hours waiting to walk around and skip the must-sees.

The Museum has masterpieces such as Eugene Delacroix '"Right to leadership the people," Théodore Géricault's "Mona Lisa" "The Raft of Medusa" and Leonardo Da Vinci's "The Raft of Medusa. And the Third's old apartment digs can be seen from the Napolean. 

 

Top Restaurants in Paris

 

Beefbar Paris

It’s sleek, it’s got the historic Parisian pazzazz (a jaw-dropping Art Nouveau glass ceiling inherited from its 1898 Fermette Marboeuf restaurant days), the place doesn’t let down the meat fans. The cuisine is casual and peppered with worldwide flavors. The menu includes Spanish hams, grilled Mexican tacos, and Japanese Kobe beef giozas, while French classics such as juicy châteaubriand and filet mignon appear in their papers.

Damp sea bream and free-range (cockerel) as well as creamy black truffle taglioninis are also available for diners who prefer to go beef-free. Don't miss the incredible home-made purées and there are nine to amaze. 

It's the ideal mix for a casual business lunch or dinner in true Beefbar style (and those who have gone to the outlets around the world know that) and lazy and relaxing.

 

Astair

Astair is one the sure bets on the French classics to make travelers experience a time of the life. In a glorious, covered Art Nouveau arcade, this next dining restaurant is nestled. Since 1799, Passage des Panoramas today is a bit like a Mecca bar. Only a few guests from the other story of the team's success, Canard and Champagne (where they serve duck and champagne, you guessed), Astair is laid back and has a sleek, modern architecture by star-chitect Tristan Auer. 

In the last few years it made a big comeback from traditional brasserie, and it was all about Astair. Don't miss the beginning of the green beans. The crooked, blended with walnuts, parmesan shavings and fresh shallots with a smooth vinaigrette, are probably the best green beans ever. Classic French food, like os à la moëlle, snails or veal liver, to start with the unusual and beautiful delights are delivered here. There is the more convenient Corrèze veal with veggies or a moist butter sole for a less adventurous user. 

 

Jòia

Two-star chef Helene Darroze's laid-back Jòia restaurant is buzzy and lets travelers experience delicacies within an energetic and delighting environment. Personnel in casual jeans or slacks carry hot pots and large pans of roasted chicken and beef dishes, and even guacamole in big stone mortars. It is artisanal to mash your own guac, which represents the unique characteristic of the cuisine at this place. Polenta, creamy enough to hook, chickens from the Landes region, dressed in creamy butter and rosemary or Angus Beef with carrots surely are the true delights for travelers visiting here. Experience the finest wines from the list featuring women wine-makers only.

Upstairs is a roots living room built around a fireplace complete with comfortable velvet couches and back-lit bookcases. The diners sit downstairs at high tables or up at the counter on the kitchen. 

 

Moving Around in Paris

 

Since the early 1970s, the Paris public transport network has been modernised and expanded by a predominantly state-controlled agency. Advances in public transport were part of official efforts to reduce traffic congestion by the regular use of cars for transport. Nonetheless, the traffic level remains high and there is widespread congestion.

The metro rail network here is now considered one of the best in the world. There are rapid and frequent trains on the Métro major lines extending into the suburbs and a new fully automatic line for central parts of the town. The center of the system is Châtelet-Les-Halles, the largest and busiest subway station in the world. The Réseau Express Régional (RER), a high-speed subway system consisting of cross-Paris lines, stretches deep into the suburbs and at some points has been incorporated into the rail network. There’s an extensive bus service and tram lines to facilitate travel throughout the city.

A highway along the Right Bank runs along the river bank (Voie Georges Pompidou) and another expressway, the outlying route, surrounds the city. The highway is linked to regional and national highways, which are at the center of Paris.

The Paris train terminals, which were built in the 19th century for the first time, still work in the French railway network. The capital is also linked by high-speed trains (high-speed trains; TGV), from Paris to London, via a channel tunnel, or to the Continent's neighboring countries.

 

Airport

The closest international airport to the north-east is Roissy – Charles, while for domestic and charter flights the older Orly airport to the south. The River Seine is filled by boats and traffic; both upstream and downstream commercial ports are open.

 

Weather in Paris

Paris is located on the western side of Europe and in a plain near the sea, and enjoys a relatively moderate climate, thanks to the balmy influences of the Gulf Stream. However, the weather can be highly changeable, especially when the wind is strong and cold in winter and spring. In the lower 50's F, the annual mean is approximately 12 ° C; in the upper 60s F (approximately 19 ° C) the average of June, and in the upper 30's F (approximately 3 ° C) the average of January. For around a month a year there is below zero temperature and almost half of the day is snowfalling. A program of water purification has made the tap water safe for beverage. The city has taken steps to decrease air pollution.

 

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What is the flight ticket cost for Paris?

From the United States travel cost to Paris is cheaper than ever with direct flights from almost all major cities. Our best estimate is around $1,3305 per passenger for a trip to Paris, France, with additional passengers costing $915 each.

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January is the most economical month to fly to Paris.

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Is July considered a busy month in Paris?

Depending upon the location the visitor wants to visit, the places in Paris are busy and spots bustling with crowds due to the festivities around July 14. 

Which places in Paris should be avoided?

It is necessary to avoid areas around Les Halles, Chatelet, Gare du Nord, Stalingrad, Jaures, late at night or when streets seem less busy, especially when traveling alone. Although usually secure, these areas are often considered to be the location of gangs or sites of hate crimes.

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