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Cheapest Way to Travel to Paris
By:Jez Rourke

Why not take a visit to one of the most romantic cities in the world for a holiday or city break! Climb up the Eiffel Tower, check out some art at the famous Louvre or simply wander the Parisian streets and soak up the atmosphere. Shopping is outstanding in the city of Paris, with lots of elegant boutiques and department stores selling the latest designer labels often at bargain prices.

The most popular tourist destination in the world is Paris, with more than 30 million foreign visitors every year booking flights to visit. It's not difficult to find the cheapest flights to Paris. Check the internet which helps to compare the prices of both low cost and traditional airlines which fly to France. Find the cheapest flights from hundreds of airlines flying from the UK.

Paris being such a popular destination to fly to means there are loads of airlines that fly to Paris including the top budget airlines, Easyjet and Ryanair. When booking don't forget to add on Adult airport tax which varies through the sessions plus fare tax and finally flight there and your return flight your flights can start from pounds or more.

British Airways offer flights to many regions of France, mainly out of Gatwick, Heathrow and London City. Flybe is now one of the largest regional low cost airline. It provides great access from all over the UK to many locations in France. Fly BMI is the one of the main airlines that fly from London Heathrow Airport, one of the world's busiest and best-connected international airports.

Air France is one of the world's major airlines, and France's National Carrier. There are many routes between the UK and Paris via Air France. The major tourist season and easily the most expensive time to fly to Paris runs from Easter to mid-September, with another peak in the winter months. Busy months include July and mid-January, while August is generally quite as a lot or Parisians are on holiday. September through mid October has perfect weather, and cultural events start coming back after the August break.

March and April is a relatively quiet time. Budget hotels tend to be hard to come by in the summer, so you may find it easier to find a more deluxe hotel. But this is a lovely time to visit Paris as it's a little bit cooler than the summer months. Flights a not so expensive, only the accommodation.

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