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Cheap flights to France

Cheap Flights to France

France is no doubt the land of beauty, from the natural beauty of its stunning geography to the man-made beauty of its soaring cathedrals. A popular European tourist destination, France is a diverse country which will never leave you wanting for more. Whether you're looking to explore museums filled with some of the world's most iconic works of art, or if you want to relax in quiet wine country, Skyscanner's flight search feature can help you find cheap flights to destinations in France.

What to Do in France

The shining jewel of France, Paris cannot be left out of any first time visit to the country. Visiting the Eiffel Tower, cycling along the Seine, stopping by some of the numerous Parisian cafes - there's just so much to do in Paris! You should definitely consider getting a Paris Museum Pass, which offers access to over 50 world-class museums and monuments.

While in Paris or in any other part of France, you also owe it to yourself to sample as much of the local cuisine as can. Food is an enormously important part of French culture, and visiting the local markets will truly allow you to immerse yourself in the local lifestyle. Be bold at restaurants and try something off the menu that you'd never tried before. You won't be disappointed.

Finally, make sure that you don't forget about the French countryside. The landscape is ripe for outdoor adventure, from cycling and hiking to taking a dip in the Mediterranean in the French Riviera. Wherever you go and whatever you decide to do, you can find the best deals on accommodations and car rentals using Skyscanner's hotels search and car rental features.

Best Time to Fly to France

France enjoys temperate weather year-round, but becomes incredibly crowded with tourists over July and August. Most experienced travellers to France will highly recommend that you visiting either during the spring or during the fall. You'll be able to enjoy far fewer crowds and really have a chance to see how the locals live and play.

Airports in France

The largest international airport in France is Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, which is serviced by Air Canada, Air Transat, Air France, and Delta Airlines. In true Parisian style, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport offers visitors a variety of shops and restaurants to explore between flights. Though most international traffic comes in through Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly Airport serves as a popular secondary hub.

Tips for Canadians Travelling to France

Canadians do not need a tourist visa in order to visit France as long as their stay in France or their cumulative stay in Schengen area member nations will not last longer than 90 days. You will, however, need to present a passport which will be valid for a minimum of three months after your expected departure date. Note that, if you will be entering France through another Schengen area member state, you may need to pass through immigration controls again due to internal French border controls.

If you have the chance to visit France, then don't pass up the opportunity. A rich culture, stunning coastlines, charming cities, Europe's highest mountain ranges, and the best food and wine in the entire world await you.

Flights to France

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