Paris is undoubtedly the romantic capital of the world. This stunning city bears a lot of names but the most common of them are ‘City of lights’ and ‘City of love’ for the kind of lovely vibrance the city exudes. A strong influencer from history to culture to art to fashion to architecture to food, the romantic aura of this city is highly engaging. The world known iconic monument, Eiffel Tower is located in Paris. With an endless list of attractions from Notre Dame cathedral to Louvre museum, each of these places have some strings of history strongly associated with them. The cafe culture that Paris possesses is an inspiration to all new day upscale restaurants. This city is expensive when compared to other European cities yet gives you an unmatched life time experience. Your Paris tour package will never disappoint you. This French capital city offers you an exotic getaway you have been looking for.
Popular Paris Tour Packages from India
|Paris Packages||Duration||*Price(Per person)|
| Stunning Paris Tour Package
||7 Days/6 Nights
||Rs. 99,217 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| London Paris Switzerland Tour Package from India
||13 Days/12 Nights
||Rs. 2,32,760 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Fun Disneyland Paris Packages
||8 Days/7 Nights
||Rs. 83,278 (Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Lovely London and Paris Vacation Packages
||7 Days/6 Nights
||Rs. 1,36,125 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Magical Paris Switzerland Tour Package
||10 Days/9 Nights
||Rs. 1,83,430 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Incredible Paris Barcelona Vacation Packages
||6 Days/5 Nights
||Rs. 1,43,763 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Heavenly Paris Switzerland Italy Package
||9 Days/8 Nights
||Rs. 1,38,335 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
| Rejuvenating Paris Amsterdam Package
||8 Days/7 Nights
||Rs. 1,26,954 (Flights, Hotels, Activities, Transfers, Visa)
Paris Holiday Packages Highlights
- Watching the Eiffel Tower shine in a shimmering sparkle at night
- Visiting the Monalisa by Leonardo Da Vinci at the Louvre Museum
- Cruising through the Seine River and sailing past popular Paris attractions
- Strolling through the old latin quarter of Le Marais in Paris
- Skiing through the powdery snow winter wonderland of French Alps
- Discovering the grandeur of Palace of Versailles & its meticulously manicured lawns
- Exploring the Notre Dame Cathedral, the most iconic cathedral in Paris
- Visiting the Musee d’Orsay & marvelling at artistic works of Monet, Cezanne & Renoir
- Taking in spectacular views of Champs Elysees atop Arc de Triomphe
- Shopping till you drop at the grand & beautiful mall of Galerie Lafayette
- Exploring the quirky modern art museum of Centre Pompidou
- Experiencing a magnificent cabaret show with champagne at Moulin Rouge in Pigalle
- Walking down the beautiful Luxembourg gardens and relaxing in its beauty
- Spending a day at Disneyland Paris & playing with your favourite disney characters
- Visiting the beautiful cathedral of Sacre coeur in Montmartre
- Exploring Sainte-chapelle, a true masterpiece made out of stained glass windows
- Watching a mind-blowing balle performance at Opera Garnier
- Visiting the beautiful cemetery of Père-Lachaise - where lay to rest Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde
More Activities to Include to your Paris Travel Packages
Shopping endlessly at Champs Elysees - popularly known as Shopper’s Mecca
Taking in spectacular views of Eiffel Tower & Paris city from Montparnasse Tower
Discovering Pantheon - a large church and a burial ground for prominent historians
Experiencing a downright chilling experience at Les Catacombes de Paris
Picnicking down the expansive Jardin des Tuileries along its tree-lined paths
Toasting to a glass of champagne atop Eiffel tower & overlooking the expanse of Champs de Mars
Walking down Pont Neuf - the oldest bridge in Paris & enjoy views of Seine River
Savouring some nutella whisked crepes from street side vendors
Exploring the wall of love, that has I Love You written in 250 different languages
Savouring some delectable French pastries at Angelina, near Rue de Rivoli
Walking across the most extravagant bridge of Pont Alexandre III that spans across Seine
Visiting the famous bookstore of Shakespeare And Company that started in 1914
Discovering the Musee de Rodin that houses various sculptures by Rodin
Enjoying dinner and drinks at the famous Buddha Bar
Places to Visit on your Paris Packages
1. Moulin Rouge
The Moulin Rouge isn't only a spot, however, the experience of a lifetime; a destination enhanced by music, move, diversion, nourishment and culture. This incredible men's club has charmed famous personalities and worldwide big names like Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra, Liza Minnelli and Elton John throughout the years. While I was on the way it’s red shading surely, in each sense, portrays the brilliance, energy, affect-ability and sentiment that is held inside the dividers of this fabulous fascination. Moulin Rouge is an enthusiastic spot that permits various types of individuals to blend, empowering them to have discussions and show themselves a great time on their Paris tour packages. A day was well spent here.
Spread across 4800 sections of land, Disneyland Paris is a mix of fervour and rush because of an assortment of areas of amusement, extending from energising rides, shopping, eating, and resorts, to a tremendous fairway. I was very much excited to go to Disneyland. This is the most loved place by tourists. Disneyland Paris was opened in 1992 and around 15 million guests visit every year. It is made out of two amusement parks - The Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park which are a must add on your Disneyland Paris packages. There's a gigantic different type of attractions inside the recreation center, yet the most vital ones are Buzz Lightyear's Laser Blast, Big Thunder Mountain and the Mad Hatter's Tea Cups.
3. Louvre Museum
The French historical center of Louvre is a milestone landmark in the city of Paris which stands tall with the tag of the world's biggest exhibition hall and is a must add on your Paris holiday packages. It was on my itinerary for a long time. The Louvre Museum has more than 380,000 works available, yet just a bunch are in plain view in the show segment, with eminent craftsmanships from Leonardo Da Vinci, Vermeer, Michelangelo, Rembrandt, and Eugène Delacroix. Other than the craftsmanships here, I saw the glass pyramid which fills in as the principal access to the gallery and the Inverted Pyramid worked as a piece of the Grand Louvre plan are the other star attractions of this spot. Also, the extraordinary arts like Egyptian collectibles, Greek, Etruscan and Roman Antiquities, Islamic Art, Sculptures, Decorative Arts, Paintings, Prints and Drawings with the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci is the most acclaimed display which I had ever seen.
4. Jardin du Luxembourg
Arranged close to the Latin Quarters, the Luxembourg Gardens is the second biggest open park in Paris. I was amazed to see the natural beauty of this park. The nursery of the French Senate is roused by the Boboli Gardens in Florence. It is set in the midst of rich greenery, this spot is immaculate to relish the fresh air while you watch local people on your Paris packages from India. I also witnessed the apathetic night getting the hang of beekeeping, playing chess or basically unwinding.
5. Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel tower is one location that simply cannot be missed on a trip to Paris. This is partly because this tower in many ways symbolises Paris. Other than checking out this iconic marvel itself on their visit, tourists can also view the city from three levels. There is something rather special about checking out the views of the city that get smaller and smaller under you. Before you head out to see this marvel for yourself, It is advised you purchase the skip the line pack while on your Paris tour package so that you maximise your time to see the monument.
6. Versailles Palace
The Versailles Palace is as large as it is eye-catching. With more than 700 rooms combined, it is easily one of the biggest palaces in the whole world. It is famous for being home to royal occupants from King Louis XIV to Marie-Antoinette. Some of the highlights of your Paris package during your visit can be - the glittering Hall of Mirrors, the beautifully decorated rooms, and of course the priceless art. All these factors combine to give you an unforgettable glimpse of royal life. Given all that is to see and absorb here, this easily makes for a day-long outing.
7. Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin)
If you seek to experience older Paris, then there is no better place to do it than the Latin Quarter. It was first settled by the Romans back in the 1st century. Over time, this famous neighbourhood has attracted hordes of bohemians, scholars, and much more. There is plenty to see and do here. One can have a drink at the brasseries which were frequented back in the day by noted visionaries like Hemingway, Sartre, etc. Tourists can also check out tombs of fallen heroes and intellectuals. Lastly, the Ladt and the Unicorn tapestries located at the Cluny Museum make for a good visit as well. This is just the tip of the iceberg as the more one looks in this locale, the more one can discover.
8. Notre Dame Cathedral
The beautiful Notre Dame was built back in the middle ages. This iconic marvel perfectly embodies the splendours of Gothic architecture. While sadly, the devastating fires wreaked havoc on this gorgeous structure, one can view the restoration work progressing steadily from the outside. One can still admire the flying buttresses and the high towers on the exterior. So, even though one cannot view the sculptures, statues, paintings and whatnot currently, a visit to Notre Dame is still more than justified on your Paris travel packages. We suggest you head to the left bank of the Seine River for the best views of the structure.
9. Montmartre and Sacré Coeur
Montmartre once used to be a separate village. However, since 1860, it has been included as a part of Paris. Even so, with its winding lanes, several trees, and picturesque hillside, it seems different from the rest of the city. Some of the main attractions worth checking out here include - The basilica of the Sacré Coeur, Moulin Rouge theatre, etc. Other than that, one can simply stroll down the streets here as that makes for an engaging activity in itself. It isn’t hard to picture the artists and musicians who called this neighbourhood home several decades back when rents were considerably cheaper. All in all, this is definitely a magical neighbourhood that one should not miss out on their Paris trip package.
10. Musée d'Orsay
Occupying a former train station, Musée d’Orsay houses a splendid collection of world-renowned Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. Crowds throng here to view masterpieces from famous artists like Monet, Gauguin, Van Gogh, and many more. What adds to your experience are the sweeping views of the entire city that can be enjoyed from the rooftop terrace. With amazing views both indoors and outdoors, this is one attraction that one simply can’t miss on their Paris tour package from India.
11. Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the most recognizable attractions to be seen in Paris. This massive structure was commissioned by Napoleon back in 1806. It was erected to celebrate his army’s conquests across Europe. However, he never was able to see it with his own eyes as he was exiled and dead by the time it was completed 30 years later. This attraction is surrounded by a busy traffic rotary where 12 major streets come together in convergence. This is one attraction we suggest you don’t miss on your Paris package.
12. Rodin Museum (Musée Rodin)
The Rodin Museum can perhaps be regarded as one of the most romantic museums in all of Paris. With its lush sculpture garden and location in a marvellous 18th-century Rococo mansion, tourists here will certainly be swept off their feet. The main draw here is the sensual sculpture - "The Kiss" which depicts two lovers. This attraction is not to be missed on your Paris holiday packages if you are a fan of art and can appreciate Auguste Rodin’s boundary-breaking path.
13. Centre Pompidou
Paris is a city filled with traditional architecture, in such a landscape the Pompidou Centre definitely stands out. Its edgy design elements with brightly coloured tubes and exposed mechanical systems were critically judged when it first opened. However, the fact remains that this architectural marvel from Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers still stands out from the rest of the city. One can enjoy artworks and sculptures on the inside, besides the video and sound installation which make this museum immensely popular.
14. Père Lachaise Cemetery
A cemetery may not strike many as a famous attraction, but the Père Lachaise Cemetery is the exception to this rule. Its celebrity graves, haunting statues, and cobblestone lanes are not only photo-worthy but also one of the best attractions in the city. This aptly named "City of the Dead" are part landscaped gardens and part burial gardens. From macabre skulls to plump winged cherubs, one can find everything here. It is also worth noting that there are many famous personalities laid to rest here.
Built after the Panthéon in Rome, the Panthéon in Paris was built in the 18th century. Located in the 5th district in the Latin Quarter, its main objective was to pay tribute to significant personalities. Many great French Republic’s notable personalities are buried here, like - Simone Veil and her husband, Jean Moulin, Victor Hugo, and so on. Its one-of-a-kind architecture makes it a must-visit on your Paris travel package from India. We assure you that you will be thoroughly amazed by the beauty of this marvel.
How to Reach Paris
If you are looking for the best option to ‘how to go Paris from India’, the answer to this undoubtedly is travelling by air. Paris is about 7500 Km away from India and hence choosing other means of transport could turn out to be long, tiring, costly and inconvenient. However, understanding the internal transport of Paris essentially helps you to save some Euros on your transport expenses and choose the best mode of transport to get around the city.
If you are planning to visit Paris from India, choosing to travel to Paris by Air could be one of the quickest and convenient ways. This city of love has 3 major airports - the Charles de Gaulle, located at a distance of 18 Km from the city which gives quick accessibility, Orly Airport at a distance of 30Km which is next in the list of quick access and the Beauvais Tillé at 80km distance from the city. Flights from Delhi, Kolkata, Chennai, Mumbai, and Bangalore cater flights on a daily basis with Delhi and Chennai having 6 and 4 direct flights. Air India avails one direct flight from Delhi to Paris. On the other hand, Air France and Jet Airways offer nonstop flights between Mumbai and Paris. The average flight time from India to Paris is about 9 hours. Make sure to include flight options for the Paris tour package from India while choosing the best package option.
Since Paris is about 7500 Km away from India, preferring to travel by road turns out to be a very long and tedious process. However, if you enjoy long road trips, this should be made for you. It should roughly take about 100 dedicated hours of travel. You will have to be ready to spend a lot of time travelling and the border permits and visas will cost you more. However, Paris is well connected by road transport allowing you to travel to your favourite destinations with ease. Make your Paris package from India memorable with road trips.
There are no direct trains from Paris to India. Hence taking a flight from India to any part of Europe and then travelling to Paris by train could be the most ideal choice. The train travel scenes in Europe have a different flavour to witness nature. There are about 6 stations in Paris alone - extremely well connected with Paris, to France and the rest of Europe. The metro begins to operate at 5.30 am in the morning and extends its service till 12.30 am in the midnight. This option is a highly recommended and pocket friendly way to get around Paris and the rest of the country. Include amazing train rides in your Paris tour packages for some unforgettable experience.
Best Time To Visit Paris
Summer, reaching out from June to August, is the most dynamic season for the travel industry. The climate is practically immaculate as of now with long periods of daylight. This season will, in general, be the most costly however number of tourists can be seen during this time.
So in the event that you need to lessen costs, you can plan your Paris Package in the Spring a long time between March-May when the city is by all accounts stirring. On the other hand, Autumn is additionally a favourable time to visit, in spite of the fact that the days are shorter, Paris is in blossoming hues, with hotels offering maximum limits and offers.
Spring and Summer seasons make for the best time to visit Paris. The temperatures range from 4-19 degrees Celsius and 13-24 degrees Celsius from March to May and June to August respectively. This means that the weather is perfect for sightseeing. There are also several notable festivals that are celebrated during these periods to add to one’s cheer. These six months are the best time to visit if you want to enjoy the city like the locals do.
Shoulder Season in Paris sets in from September and lasts until November. One can experience temperatures ranging from 5 to 21 degrees Celsius during this period. Given the cooler weather with a slight nip in the air, this makes for a good time to visit the city as the crowds start to thin out.
Paris has its low season of tourism from December to February. The city experiences a drop in mercury during this period with temperatures ranging from 2-8 degrees Celsius. As a result, winters in Paris can get cold and wet. However, there is an ethereal beauty to the city which comes to the forefront when it starts snowing. The elements never hamper any activity with the frost and snow clearing out in a day or two. We definitely recommend that you schedule your trip accordingly so you celebrate both Christmas and New Year’s in Paris as they are on another level entirely.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Paris Trip
What is Paris famous for?
Paris is generally known for being the romantic capital of the world. Tourist attractions like the Eiffel Tower, the wall of love and the bridge of love locks serve to be the most romantic places in Paris. Thousands of marriage proposals occur in front of this place every year. This is one of the most ideal places to celebrate your honeymoon. The Paris honeymoon package is rightly fitted with love luxury. Your trip to Paris is made amazing with other tourist attractions like Notre dame de Paris, Arc de Triomphe and Musee du Louvre boasting the beauty of French architecture. From culture to history to art to architecture to fashion, Paris is a strong influencer to the rest of the world. The french cuisine is another eminence Paris is known for.
Does it snow in paris? How much does it snow in Paris?
Yes, it snows in Paris during winter. Winter in Paris turns out to be very cold. It snows even in the warm coastal region. The temperature is between 2 to 6 degrees during the months of December and March. In particular, January is the coldest month. Mouthe is one of the coldest places in Paris. On an average, Paris experiences 15 snow days per year.
How far is Disneyland Paris from the airport?
Disneyland is about 22 Km from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. You could take the local trains to commute to Disneyland. There are about 15 trains per day starting from 9 AM in the morning to 12.30 AM at midnight. Design your Paris tour package such that you get to spend one whole day in Disneyland to experience the fantasy to the fullest.
When is Disneyland Paris least crowded?
The winter months of December to March is the lowest season. Disneyland sees the least crowd during the winter months. However, Fridays and Saturdays are crowded with weekend visitors. Planning your Paris vacation to Disneyland during these months could turn out to be relatively cheaper. The off season month of September is also less crowded.
How large are the Paris catacombs?
The catacombs in Paris are about 800 hectares big. This place holds the remains of about 6 to 7 million people. It has various passageways and quarries. However, only a part of this vastness is made open to the public. It is extremely easy to get lost in the Catacombs as a solo traveller. The ticket to enter catacombs costs about INR 1140 for an adult.
How to go from Paris to disneyland?
The internal transportation network of Paris is well connected. There are frequent buses and trains in Paris that will never leave you waiting for a transport. There are about 15 trains per day starting from 9 AM in the morning to 12.30 AM at midnight. Trains charge about 24.5 euros/person and take about 1 hour 45 minutes while buses charge about 23 euros/ person and take 45 minutes to reach Disneyland. Prefer these options to have a cheap Paris vacation. Instead of hiring a cab, choosing bus and train would help you to have a budget vacation.
How to spend an evening in paris?
There are various activities in Paris that keep you engaged. Infact, the nightlife in Paris is as vibrant as the daytime. It has an endless number of options to choose from. It can start with simply watching the sunset from the scenic River Seine. Go on a cruise in the River Seine and enjoy the finest food while witnessing the best scenes of Paris. Spend an evening of your Paris tour package watching a show at the Opera house. Take time to watch a cabaret or traditional show. Grab a champagne and watch the glittering Eiffel tower. Climb up the Arc de Triomphe and witness the panoramic view of the Paris city. Explore the Louvre, make a proposal at the wall of love or descend the catacombs. With so much to do, you will never go out of options on an evening in Paris.
Where to shop in paris?
Paris is a dreamland for the shopaholics to go on an endless shopping spree. From cheap dupes to real brands, this place is truly filled with shops that will completely satiate your shopping thirst. Get your hands dirty with some real shopping at Avenue Champs Elysees. This is regarded as one of the most beautiful avenues of the world. From branded shops like Louis Vuitton to iconic restaurants, this street has the real vibrance of the city. Rue de Rivoli is yet another avenue with high end fashion stores. Head to Rue de Commerce for some upscale cosmetics. Rue de Rivoli for some elegant dresses. Triangle D’or for iconic fashion clothing and Guerlain for some of the best perfumes. Try not to miss shopping in Paris. They make your trip to Paris complete.
How many days do you need in paris?
Plan your Paris tour package such that you get to spend around 7 to 10 days to visit all the places. This time will ideally help you understand Paris from its basics - culture. There are an inexhaustible number of tourist places that will keep you engaged throughout the stay. Try not to miss important places like the Eiffel tower, River Seine, Louvre museum, Arc de Triomphe, upscale restaurants and shopping zones like Avenue Champs Elysees. However, if you are on your Europe tour, take a minimum of 3 days in your itinerary to visit Paris and enjoy everything about the city.
How to get around in paris?
Understanding the internal transport of Paris essentially helps you to save some Euros on your transport expenses and choose the best mode of transport to get around the city. There are about 3 major airports and 6 railway stations in Paris alone - extremely well connected with Paris, to France and the rest of Europe. The metro begins to operate at 5.30 am in the morning and extends its service till 12.30 am in the midnight. This option is a highly recommended and pocket friendly way to get around Paris and the rest of the country. Include amazing train rides in your Paris tour packages for some unforgettable experience. Also, the buses are another way to spend less and reach with ease to your favourite destinations.
What are the must try french foods in paris?
From croissants to macaroons, Paris is laden with the best foods. You will never go exhausted with your desserts and you will get to treat your taste buds. From rich creamy onion soup to Steak frites to Chicken confit to Bouillabaisse to Salmon en papillote to Quiche Lorraine to Croque monsieur to Boeuf bourguignon to red wine, everything is just fantastic to eat. Try not to miss food touring during your Paris vacation.
What to bring back from paris?
Visit the Avenue Champs Elysees and grab everything that draws your attention.. This is regarded as one of the most beautiful avenues of the world. From branded shops like Louis Vuitton to iconic restaurants, this street has the real vibrance of the city. Rue de Rivoli is yet another avenue with high end fashion stores. Head to Rue de Commerce for some upscale cosmetics. Rue de Rivoli for some elegant dresses. Triangle D’or for iconic fashion clothing and Guerlain for some of the best perfumes. Try not to miss shopping in Paris. They make your trip to Paris complete.
Which are the must visit attractions in Paris?
There are numerous attractions for you to enjoy in Paris. The Eiffel tower is evolving to become the symbol of love. Reach to the top of the tower, grab a champagne, feel Paris and live the moment. Arc de Triomphe is the emblematic symbol of the capital nation, France. This piece of huge monument bears the scars of history symbolizing the victory of various soldiers under the Napoleon army. Climb to the top and witness the panoramic view of the city. River Seine extends to 775 Km and is one of the most beautiful lakes to cruise on. Tourist attractions like Notre dame de Paris and Musee du Louvre boast the beauty of French architecture. Plan your itinerary and enjoy what you love in Paris.
Is February a good time to go to paris?
The peak season to visit Paris is during the months of April to June. The off season months are generally during the Autumn and Spring seasons. But Paris in February is winter and hence is one of the cheapest months to visit this place. All the tourist attractions, hotel accommodations and airfare turn out to be very cheap and hence this visiting Paris in February helps you to have a vacation within your budget.
How safe is Paris for vacationers?
Yes, Paris is safe for vacationers to visit in 2020. Police protection is always there in public places. You can also roam at night as it is the main city of France.
What is the best time to visit Paris?
The best time to visit is April to June as there are not many tourists. Also, the weather is mild and enjoyable so that you can roam wherever you want.
Which tourist attractions should not be missed by tourists in Paris?
Paris is famous for world class heritage, modern culture, nightlife and many more. If you are coming to Paris don’t forget to visit Eiffel Tower, Musée du Louvre, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, Avenue des Champs-Élysées, etc.
What are the best places to indulge in shopping in Paris?
One of the best shopping streets is the Champs-Élysées in Paris. Many tourists often spotted here hoping for the world’s famous brands like Zara, Louis Vuitton and many more.
What should one pack for their Paris tour packages?
One should carry black or dark wash jeans, Ankle-length trousers, basic t-shirts, Lightweight blazers, travel adapter, medications if any, and personal care materials.
How could one get around in Paris?
There is number of options to roam around in Paris. The most popular ways are city buses, RER trains, Tramways, Montmartre cable cars. Travelers often visit popular destinations through these networks.
What are the cellular network services available for tourists in Paris?
The best cellular network is using a prepaid plan. Network services available are Orange prepaid holiday sim card, SFR sim card, LeFrenchMobile sim card and many more that works best.
What language is spoken in Paris? Do people in Paris speak English?
French is the official language of France. This makes it the topmost spoken language in Paris followed by German dialects and Arabic. Some people speak basic English while you will also see some professional English speakers. But it’s better to learn basic French in case you need any help.
Do Uber drivers in Paris speak English?
Uber drivers may or may not speak English, as it is not a mandatory requirement laid down by the company. There are workarounds in case there is a language barrier in communication. Visiting tourists can communicate via the app to convey the necessary details for their upcoming trip.
What currency is used in Paris?
The Euro is used in Paris. France adopted the Euro currency in 2002. The same is used in Paris as well. It is recommended that you convert a sufficient amount of your money to Euros prior to your trip through the necessary outlets. If you do need to convert more of your cash to Euro then head to the money exchange bureaus. These money exchange bureaus are strategically placed near popular tourist attractions. The exchange rates at these hubs change according to the current exchange rates on a daily basis. Any sort of transaction here is liable to a commission that varies according to the amount of money being exchanged.
Is November a good time to visit Paris?
Yes, November is a good time to visit Paris. November marks a relatively quiet period before the onset of the festive season. It is considered the beginning of the low tourism season. As a result, tourists scheduling their trips to Paris stand to enjoy a more authentic experience.
What is the weather like in Paris in March?
Paris in the month of March is predominantly cloudy and cold, with a few sunny or partly sunny days. The temperature can range from 9 -10 degrees Celsius (40 degrees Fahrenheit) in the early days increasing to 2-13 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit).
How to plan a Paris trip from India?
The major steps while planning a trip involve securing a visa, followed by travel ticket and accommodation bookings, and medical insurance. Many travel websites offer excellent packages which offer a good value for money, so if you can to avoid all the planning hassles, just book yourself a Paris tour package at Pickyourtrail.
How many airports does Paris have?
Paris has a total of 5 airports. These are - Charles de Gaulle, Orly, Beauvais, Vatry and Le Bourget airport. The Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports have the most passenger footfall and have international flights to many destinations around the world. The more budget-conscious travellers can travel through the Beauvais and Vatry airports.
How far is the palace of Versailles from Paris? How do you get to Versailles from Paris?
The palace of Versailles is located 12 miles ( 20 Kilometres ) from Paris. It makes for an ideal day trip. There are numerous means of transport to get here from Paris. There are numerous ways to get to Versailles from Paris. Guided tours offer transport via minivans or coaches makes for excellent options. Other options include travel via train, bus, and even car.
What is India to Paris Tour Package Price?
At Pickyourtrail, Paris tour package price from India starts at just Rs. 58,956. So wait not, and book away your Paris tour package from India
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