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Flights to Paris land at Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. The largest international airport in France and the second largest in Europe, it is also known as Roissy Airport.
The world's 10th-busiest airport by total passenger traffic, Roissy Airport is the hub for Air France and Joon Airlines. The airport is situated 26km north-east of Paris, and is the main airport for flights to and from North America. It has three terminals linked by a super-fast light rail, and offers passengers hotels, currency exchange, tourist info, dining, kiosks, a post office, and more. There is transport from the airport to the city centre by car rental and public transportation.
Nestled along the Seine River, this city known for its designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, and such popular landmarks as the Gothic Notre-Dame cathedral and the Eiffel Tower, is country’s most important centre of commerce and culture.
Known from the Bible as the port from which Jonah began his journey before being swallowed by a fish, Yafo currently serves as the major import and export hub of the region. A truly unique destination, the 4,000-year-old city of Tel Aviv Yafo draws you in with its antique charms, relaxed beaches and trendy stops. You could even get a peek at Andromeda’s rock and bask in the effigy of the great, beautiful myth.
With world class museums, gleaming boutiques and cute sidewalk cafes; Paris has a seductive charm like no other city. Though visitors to this City of Light might sometimes meet with disappointment if they have high expectations, they would not be let down by the city’s notable jewels, such as the Luxembourg Gardens, Musée d'Orsay, or the Opera.
Whether you are looking to shop, explore or just go sightseeing while trying the city’s cuisine, there is a lot to do while in Paris.
Visit the most loved and famous Gothic monument in the world. The Notre-Dame is worth a visit even if you have to brave the crowds to see its rose-tinted windows, the famous gargoyles and relics like the Crown of Thorns.
The cathedral was built under 200 years beginning from 1163 and has stood until this day even after its recent incident with fire. A visit to the city would be incomplete without a view from its towers.
Paris is known for being a gastronomical haven. Go ahead and have that chocolate croissant for breakfast. The warm and delicious “pain au chocolat” can be bought from any patisserie in town especially when they’re fresh in the morning.
You could also try crepes, the best street food ever. Get a savory ham and cheese crepe or a classic Banana Nutella crepe from a street side creperie and enjoy the sights as you enjoy this portable meal while you walk. For a chocolate lover’s dream you could also have the French version of the hot chocolate; a “chocolat chaud”, which is less sweet than the American hot chocolate, made from hard chocolate, melted with milk.
For lunch or dinner, be sure to try the Duck or “canard” as called in Paris. The French duck will not let you down.