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What are Paris’s most famous landmarks and monuments?
It goes without saying that the Eiffel Tower is a must-see for visitors travelling on cheap flights to Paris from Auckland. The tower was built in 1887 and has become an international icon of France. You’ll spot the tower from many different vantage points while visiting the city on Auckland to Paris flights. Some of the best views are from the top of the Arc de Triomphe, Jardins du Trocadéro, and along the banks of the Seine. For an unforgettable experience in between your Auckland to Paris return flights, make your way to the top of the tower. A lift is available, or you could hike up the 1,710 stairs. Along the way, and once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded with stunning views over the French capital. The views from the tower are always beautiful, but especially in the hour before sunset.
Sacré-Coeur is a Roman Catholic basilica in the Montmartre neighbourhood of Paris. It was built on the highest point in the city and can be spotted from locations all over Paris. After the Eiffel Tower, Sacré-Coeur is the second most visited landmark in Paris, making it a popular spot to experience while visiting France on cheap flights Auckland to Paris. Of course the basilica is a religious emblem of Paris, but it’s a political icon as well. After it was constructed, it was dedicated to the 58,000 people who lost their lives in the Franco-Prussian War. Admire the outside of the cathedral while holidaying on flights Auckland to Paris. Then head inside to see the magnificent pipe organ, belfry bells, and the dome, which offers a panoramic view over Paris.
The Louvre houses one of the world’s most famous paintings, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. It’s the largest art museum in the world and one of the most exciting landmarks to explore while holidaying on cheap flights to Paris from Auckland. Across the 72,735 square metres of museum space, there are more than 38,000 artefacts and artworks. While the collection is located inside the Louvre Palace, many people recognise the museum for its entrance. It’s a glass pyramid on the Right Bank of the Seine that has come to represent the Louvre.
What should I know before visiting Paris?
Paris pretty much shuts down in August
You might think August is the perfect time to book tickets to Paris from Auckland since it’s the end of the French summertime, the weather is warm and there’s plenty of sunshine. But many French people take the entire month of August as an annual holiday. If you arrive into the country on Auckland to Paris flights in August, you’ll find that many shops, restaurants, and cafes across the city are shut and that there are hardly any locals in the city.
Learn a few phrases in French
You know the old stereotype that Parisians are rude? This cliche was borne from frustrated locals fed up with tourists not attempting to use even the most basic French to communicate. You don’t need to become fluent before departing on flights Auckland to Paris, but making an effort while you’re in France - even if it is simple as a greeting and saying thank you - can go a long way with locals.
Museums are free on the first Sunday of the month
If you’re hoping to do some museum-hopping while holidaying on flights Auckland to Paris, try to time your visits for the first Sunday of the month. Every museum in Paris is free to visit on this stay, from the Louvre, to Musée d’Orsay and Centre Pompidou. Just be sure to arrive early as this is unsurprisingly a popular day to visit the museums and long queues can build quickly.
What is the best way to get around Paris?
The Metro provides a quick and easy way to get around while visiting the French capital on cheap flights Auckland to Paris. It has 16 lines and reaches more than 300 stations all across Paris and its suburbs. After arriving on your Auckland to Paris flights, you can even catch the Metro into the city centre. Metro line B3 travels into the city from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG), and line 7 stretches to Paris Orly Airport (ORY). Single-ride tickets are available, or you could purchase a ticket for unlimited rides over one, two, three, or five days while holidaying on flights Auckland to Paris.
In addition to the metro, you’ll also find taxis and many bus routes to help you get around while exploring the French capital on your cheap flights to Paris from Auckland.