Flights from Melbourne to Paris

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Paris City Guide

Welcome to the most romantic city in the world! Paris, or the City of Lights, is a truly mesmerising city, made up of postcard-perfect streets, bustling boulangeries, iconic landmarks and more photogenic angles than you can poke a baguette at. Paris is a city for every traveller, whether you seek to soak up the city’s incredible history, give your wallet a work-out in its high-end boutiques, or simply relax in one of the gorgeous parks and spend an afternoon people-watching. Of course, a holiday to Paris will also tempt foodies; the fare of Paris is one of its calling cards. Visitors will find everything from artisan bakers and cosy bistros, to lauded eateries and incredible local farmers’ markets.

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Things to do in Paris

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower: the landmark calling card of Paris. Built in 1889 in conjunction with Paris’ hosting of the World’s Fair, the tower’s design is a nod to the centennial of the French Revolution. Paris’ residents originally loathed this wrought-iron structure - there were even protests against its construction - however the Eiffel Tower is now, perhaps, the undisputed symbol of Paris. So it is little surprise that it is visited by more than 6 million travellers every year. Some choose to climb to the tower’s top, while others opt for the more leisurely route and take the elevator.

Palais Garnier

Paris is famous for its architectural splendour and Palais Garnier definitely deserves its place as one of the city’s most beautiful structures. The theatre served as the inspiration for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and visitors are invited inside this incredible building to wander between its grand spaces, the auditorium, and the lavish galleries.

Luxembourg Gardens

When you’re looking for a respite in between landmark-hopping, make for the Luxembourg Gardens. Located in the 6th arrondissement, the gardens were once exclusive territory of the Luxembourg Palace. Thankfully, the gardens are now open to the public and offer more than 60 acres of impeccably manicured green space - including gardens, lawn, pebbled paths, basket and baseball courts.

When is the Best Time to Visit Paris?

Put simply, Paris can become packed during peak season - typically from June to October. The weather during this time is wonderful, however travellers may need to contend with queues and crowds while sightseeing. Winter in Paris is a romantic prospect and a return flight from Melbourne to Paris for this time will reward with quieter streets and magical festive atmospheres. Just remember to pack some warm clothes.

Getting to Melbourne Airport (MEL)

There are a handful of ways to reach Melbourne Tullamarine Airport for your Melbourne to Paris flight. Those based in the CBD can hop aboard the SkyBus Express services: one departs from Southern Cross Railway Station, and the other leaves from Docklands in Southbank. There is also another express route servicing St Kilda. Two additional routes connect to the Mornington Peninsula and Melbourne’s western suburbs. An adult one-way fare costs $20AUD. Another method of travel to the airport is taxi or rideshare service. These fares vary depending on pick-up location and traffic.

 

Departing from Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Return flights from Melbourne to Paris are available throughout the year, so finding an airfare that works for you will be simple. There are about 100 flights departing from Melbourne to Paris daily. These flights all leave from Melbourne’s main international airport at Tullamarine, at Terminal 2. The Melbourne Tullamarine Airport (MEL) is situated 20 kilometres from the city CBD and is the second busiest airport in Australia. More than 10 million international passengers cross its tarmac and pass its corridors every year.

 

Parking at Melbourne Airport (MEL)

Melbourne Tullamarine Airport a selection of car parking options for travellers looking to take their own car to the airport. Budget-conscious travellers may consider the Value Car Park, the Long Term Car Park, or the At Terminal Car Park. The Business and Premium Car Parks are closer to the terminals. There is also a Valet Car Park for those that want to drive to the airport and then immediately dash to the terminal.

 

Arriving at the Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG)

Paris Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG), also known as Roissy Airport, is located about 30 kilometres away from the centre of Paris. It is the biggest airport in the city and is serviced by a variety of public transport connections, including rail, bus and coach. The RER B line links directly to the airport. There are plenty of taxis and a trip into the heart of Paris may cost about $50AUD.

 

Arriving at the Paris Orly Airport (ORY)

Located 10 kilometre south of Paris, the Paris Orly Airport (ORY) is the second largest international airport in the city. The RER Line B is connected to the airport via a Orlyval shuttle train.

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