Attractions in Paris
Paris is a capital of France and its most populous city. The city is located by the edge of the Seine River in the north part of the country.
Paris has a lot to offer and will definitely meet the expectations of every traveller. First of all, it is a centre of culture – there are located numerous art galleries and museums, including the most famous one – the Louvre. What is more, Paris is also city of love where couples from all over the world come to have dates of their dreams. The landmark of the city is the Eiffel Tower which is also highlighted numerous times during Paris Fashion Week where the models take photos in front of the tower. Finally, Paris is a city for football supporters – the most famous football team from Paris is Paris Saint–Germain. Those tourist attractions and the special atmosphere of the city attract more than 22 million visitors annually.
The tallest tower in Paris
The landmark of Paris is definitely the Eiffel Tower which is made of wrought iron. It is named after the engineer Gustav Eiffel who designed and built the tower in 1889. The tower was open for the public on the 31st of March 1889 as the tallest tower in the world – today it is the 28th tallest tower in the world. However, it is still the tallest tower in France and the most visited paid monument in the world – more than 6.7 million visitors make decisions to visit the unusual tower.
The tower is 300.65 metres tall and it has 3 floors. However, the tourists do not have to use the stairs to see the Paris skyline, there are provided 9 lifts. There are located also two restaurants on the first and the second floor with amazing window views.
Notre Dame de Paris
Notre Dame is a catholic cathedral located in the heart of Paris. It is an example of French Gothic church which was built from 1163 to 1345. The dimensions of the cathedral are impressive – it is 128 metres long and 48 metres wide. It has 2 towers and 10 bells. The most significant elements of the cathedral are the rose windows which underline the architectural style, façade of the building that presents Portals of the Virgin, Last Judgement and Saint Anne and numerous statues. The cathedral is visited by 13 million tourists every year. The average number of visitors a day is 30,000 and during peak days, it is about 50,000.
While being in Paris, it is worth to visit the most visited entertainment resort in France as well as in Europe. It is called Disneyland Paris and it is located 32 kilometres from Paris city centre. The total area of the resort is 19 square kilometres (4.800 acres). It consists of 2 theme parks, 13 hotels (there are 2-star as well as 5-star hotels), a shopping centre, several restaurants and cafes and a golf course. The first theme park was opened in 1992 and the second one ten years later.
Disneyland Paris is a place where everyone can have fun. There are more than 50 attractions in the park and some of them are: Phantom Manor, Princess Pavilon and Toy Soldiers Parachute Drop.
Flight from Warsaw to Paris
Paris is a capital and the biggest city of France. It is also the third most visited city in Europe with 16 million of visitors every year. It is nothing unusual about the figures – Paris offers much more than the Eiffel Tower, which nowadays attracts about 6.7 million visitors. There are the Louvre museum, Disneyland Paris- an entertainment resort, the Fashion Week and the football matches. Paris will definitely no let you get bored. What is more, Paris is for asking from numerous corners of the world, including Warsaw, Poland. The best Polish carrier, LOT provides direct flights from Warsaw to Paris in reasonable prices. Today, everyone is afforded to spend an amazing weekend or in the capital of France.
Everything about the flight from Warsaw to Paris
The flight starts at Warsaw Chopin International Airport in Poland. The flight duration is about 2 hours and 30 minutes and it is served by LOT Polish Airlines. The flight is operated on Embraer 175. The passengers who want to be included on the list of passengers on a flight from Poland to France should have valid an ID card or a passport. Moreover, passengers do not have to possess any additional documents because Poland as well as France are located on the Schengen Area where is abolished passport control and it is a free travel area.
On the board of LOT's fleet
The flight is operated on Embraer 175 which is used by LOT Polish Airlines for many years. It is a modern aircraft which is dedicated to domestic as well as international flights under the wings of LOT. The aircraft has a few significant advantages. First of all, the cabin of the plane is spacious and it has a lot of room for hand luggage. What is more, the seat configuration which is provided in the plane is completely opposite in comparison to Boeing or Airbus aircraft. There is provided 2+2 seat configuration and it means that there are no given middle seats. Moreover, all the seats are comfortable and have adjustable headrests. In addition, the passengers are able to purchase plane tickets from Warsaw to Paris in three classes: business class, economy plus and economy.
At the destination airport
The flight from Warsaw to Paris finishes after 2 hours and 30 minutes at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Terminal 1. The airport is located 25 kilometres (16 miles) from Paris city centre and the ground transportation is well-developed and available for every tourist irrespective of budget limitation. There are available RER and TGV train stations, non-stop bus service to Paris city centre, taxis and companies which provide direct airport transfer tailored to passengers' needs and expectations. When it comes to train connection with the airport, the passengers can start their journey to numerous destinations located in France as well as in Belgium without leaving the Paris Airport. The TGV trains run to Strasburg, Lyon, Marselle and to Brussel in Belgium. The journey is operated on comfortable and extremely fast trains – TGV.
Transfer from Paris airport
Paris is one of the places which should be definitely visited before you die. The similar point of view has over 22 million tourists who visit the capital of France. They often travel to France by plane and land at Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport which is located about 25 kilometres (16 miles) from Paris city centre. However, the access to the city is well-organized and it is suitable for every traveller, without regard for the amount of money. What is more, there are available different kinds of ground transportation, starting from municipal transport and ending at airport transfer in luxurious and air-conditioned cars.
The most convenient way of travelling from Paris airport
Paris is one of the biggest city of Europe and it can be a difficult task to get from airport to hotel by municipal transport for the passengers who do not know the city well and who are afraid of being lost in the city of love. For those passengers are prepared the individual airport transfers provided by professional companies who mainly serve international passengers from various corners of the globe. The greatest advantages of choosing this type of transfer are: flat rates from and to Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport, luxury and comfortable cars equipped with air-condition and the possibility to place the order online before you get on the plane.
The journey to the city centre by municipal transport and coaches
At the airport are located bus and coach stations where leave buses in various directions. All the passengers who want to get to the heart of Paris can make a use of non-stop bus service which calls at near the Louvre museum, in Paris city centre. The bus stops are located at Terminal 1 and 2. What is more, there is also bus service provided by Air France which is called Les Cars Air France. There are 3 bus lines which depart the airport in various destinations, including Paris Orly and Gare de Lyon. Another coach service provider is ID bus which offers bus connections with cities which are located quite far from the capital of France. The buses depart to Lyon, Lille and Brussels. From Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport are also provided buses to theme parks which are placed in the suburbs of Paris such as Parc Astelix and Disneyland Paris
The journey to the city centre by train
At the airport are located two train stations. The first one is called Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 1 and is situated next to terminal 3 and the second station is Aeroport Charles de Gaulle 2 TGV which is placed under Terminal 2. The first train station serves train connections supplied by RER. The trains leave the airport in accordance with two timetables. There are 4 trains which leave the airport every hour to Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse and 4 trains which depart the airport every hour to Massy Palaiseau. The TGV train station provides train connections with French cities such as Strasbourg, Lyon, Marseille and Belgium cities, including Brussels.
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