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Welcome to the City of Romance

For visitors, embarking on Paris holidays encompasses a time of adventure and excitement, an opportunity to discover one of the great cities of the world – so it is important that the trip gets off to a good start! Fortunately, Paris’ main airports specialise in making your arrival and departure as convenient and comfortable as possible, served by great transport links from the terminals to the sites, and rich in amenities to keep holidaymakers occupied within the walls of the airport.

There are numerous hotels near Paris airports that can help those with an early morning flight or late arrival, as well as never being too far from the premier sites of the capital city of France. From the tarmac to some of the world’s most iconic attractions, visitors will be almost immediately immersed in the grandeur and character of Paris, just moments after the plane touches down on the tarmac.

Gateway to Paris

There are countess things to see and do during Paris city breaks, with an endless stream of galleries, museums, landmarks, buildings, churches and parks awaiting your attention – the biggest challenge is fitting everything in. If you jet into Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport you will benefit from fantastic travel links into the city centre, as well as placing you in a great location for visiting the nearby Disneyland Paris. Paris’ main airport tends to be the starting point for the majority of those jetting into the city, and its fantastic range of eateries, shops and services will keep tourists entertained before hitting the city or grabbing their onward flight.

Paris Orly Airport provides much of the same services, allowing excited holidaymakers to flock from baggage claim to world-famous site in a quick and efficient manner. Once in the city, there is a myriad of sites for you to tick off your itinerary. Head to the River Seine and experience the remarkable sites that sit by the water’s edge, including the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre, before strolling along the Champs-Elysees and darting down to the magnificence that is the Eiffel Tower.