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Don’t spend your whole holiday budget on your flights to Paris. Webjet finds the best deals on cheap airfares to Paris on some of the region’s top airlines. So you can spend less time and money and booking flights, and more on planning the trip of a lifetime.

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What’s on in Paris?

Fête de la Gastronomie

France is a gastronomical capital, and there’s no better time to enjoy local cuisine than by booking cheap flights to Paris for the Fête de la Gastronomie. The event pops up in cities across France, including four days in Paris on the banks of the Seine. The program of events includes cooking demonstrations from famous French chefs, recipe competitions, and of course the opportunity to try some of the city’s best food. Look into flights to Paris for travel in late September to attend Fête de la Gastronomie.

Versailles Masquerade Ball

Take in the extravagant lifestyle of Marie Antoinette by booking return flights to Paris for the Versailles Masquerade Ball in June. Attendees can dress up in 18th-century attire and enjoy a night of food, light shows, dance performances, DJ sets, and fireworks with the beautiful Palace of Versailles as a backdrop. Get dressed up in your finest outfit, and don’t forget to wear a mask!

Nuit Blanche

Book flights to Paris for the first Saturday of October to attend the vibrant Nuit Blanche. The event allows people to see Paris from a different perspective with light installations, exhibits from local artists, and performances popping up across Paris all night long. Highlights of Nuit Blanche include a parade around the centre, a series of concerts, and a 10 kilometre (six mile) route that passes many of Nuit Blanche’s top exhibits.

 

What are the top tips for travelling with children to Paris?

Spend a day at Disneyland Paris

Venture out of the city to the family-friendly utopia of Disneyland Paris. The park is home to two theme parks: Disneyland Park where you’ll find fairytale elements like Cinderella’s Castle and Walt Disney Studios Park where you can escape into the worlds of Pixar and the Hollywood film industry. Each park is teeming with rides for both adults and children who visit the park in between return flights to Paris. Character encounters and performances add to the magic of Disneyland.

Climb the Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is the most iconic landmark to visit when you book cheap flights to Paris. You’ll catch sight of it from vantage points all across the city, and for an unforgettable experience, you can make your way to the top. Climb to the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, then hop in the lift to reach the very top. The view from the Eiffel Tower is breathtaking with a vantage point over the Seine, major Parisian landmarks, and the urban sprawl of Paris.

National Museum of Natural History

There are countless museums to visit in Paris, and one that your kids will especially enjoy is the National Museum of Natural History. This museum explores a variety of subjects, including dinosaurs, the oceans, plants and animals, weather, and the formation of the Earth. Kids will have fun and learn new things through the museum’s detailed exhibits and hands-on activities.

 

What is the cost of visiting Paris?

Cheap flights to Paris aren’t all you can book with Webjet – you can save on hotels too. The average nightly rate for a central four-star hotel falls between $350 and $400 NZD. You’ll also find rooms for as low as $70 NZD per night if you book airfare to Paris on a budget.

Public transport is widely available in Paris. Make your way from the airport to the city on RER suburban trains. Tickets cost €10.30 ($18.50 NZD) from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) and €12.10 ($21.75 NZD) from Orly Airport (ORY). 16 additional metro lines stretch across central Paris and its suburbs. One-way tickets to Paris metros cost €1.90 ($3.40 NZD). You could also purchase an unlimited one-day pass for €12 ($21.55 NZD) or a three-day pass for €26.65 ($47.85 NZD) if you’ll be catching the metro often while holidaying on flights to Paris.

Continue budgeting for your return flights to Paris by thinking about attractions you’d like to visit. Head to the top of the Eiffel Tower for €19.70 ($35.40 NZD) or climb to the tower’s second floor for €10.40 ($18.70 NZD). Pay a visit to Notre Dame Cathedral for €8.50 ($5.25 NZD), or climb Arc de Triomphe for €13 ($21.55 NZD). Disneyland is a popular place to visit if you book airfare to Paris with kids. Entry costs €59 ($105.95 NZD) for adults and €54 ($97 NZD) for kids most weekdays, or €79 ($141.90 NZD) for adults and €73 ($131.10 NZD) for kids during the weekend and peak summer season. Tickets to Paris’s famous Louvre museum typically cost €15 ($27 NZD), but you’ll benefit from free entry if your flights to Paris coincide with the first Saturday of the month. 

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