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Paris Charles de Gaulle
Planning a romantic vacation to the "City of Lights?" Let Skyscanner help you find the cheapest airfare and best route from Vancouver International Airport (YYR) to Paris Charles de Gaulle International (CDG). The innovative online search engine also has information on hotels and car rentals. Skyscanner is a convenient and easy way to make that Parisian trip come true.
Best Time to Book a Flight to Paris Charles de Gaulle
Airfares from Vancouver International Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle remain fairly steady year-round, with a slightly higher cost during the summer tourist season and the Christmas holidays. Non-stop flights are available to Paris on Sunday, Wednesday and Friday, with the return non-stops on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Midweek flights tend to be less expensive, but availability also plays a big part on those prices. By being flexible with your travel dates and using the Skyscanner Whole Month Search screen you can compare prices for an entire month at once. Booking your flights early also helps keep the cost down.
Airlines That Fly to Paris Charles de Gaulle
Air France, Delta, Air Canada and American Airlines are just some of the carriers flying this route. Non-stops are available on Air France and Delta but they tend to be a bit more expensive than the one-stop or two-stop routings. You can still get a good deal on those non-stops by booking early and flying during the slower seasons. International departures leave from Level 3 on Sections C and D of the Main Terminal. Vancouver International is about 15 kilometres from downtown Vancouver. Driving is an option, but daily parking rates run from $22.00 CAD in the Value Lot to $32.00 CAD in the Parkade. The Canada Line, part of Vancouver's Trans Link Transit System, provides service from metro Vancouver directly to the airport. Cost depends on the pickup point.
What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport
International flights usually arrive in Terminal 1 or 2. An airport shuttle connects all three terminals to the hotel/shopping complex called the Rossypole and the parking areas. Car rental counters are near baggage claim, past the customs checkpoints. Shuttles and taxi service are just outside. Expect to pay roughly $72.00 CAD for a taxi ride into downtown Paris, a 40-kilometre trip. Most taxis charge extra for early morning or late evening service. The RER Train makes the trip from the airport to the centre of Paris in about 40 minutes and costs $15.00 CAD. Legal currency in France is the Euro.
You'll find the greatest number of services in the Rossypole, centrally located near all terminals. This includes ATM machines, currency exchange outlets, brand-name stores, cafes and specialty shops. Onsite hotels are also located in the Rossypole. Additional services are scattered throughout the terminals in both pre- and post-security areas. Wi-Fi access is free at de Gaulle. Convenient media device charging centres are also available. You can find post offices, pharmacies and information desks throughout the airport.
What to See and Do in Paris
The slender spire of the 324-metre high Eiffel Tower stands proudly above the Parisian skyline. An elevator takes you to the observation deck near the top, perfect for a panoramic view of Paris. This is the city that welcomed Gauguin, Monet, da Vinci and all matter of artists, famous or not. Today, Leonardo da Vinci's famed "Mona Lisa" is on display at The Louvre, Paris' signature art museum. Stroll down the Avenue Champs-Elysees and you'll still find creative souls working on their own canvases. The avenue is 70 metres wide and 1.7 kilometres long and lined with shops and outdoor cafes. Find a quiet spot, order a coffee and croissant and indulge in a bit of people watching. Don't leave before visiting Notre-Dame Cathedral. Built in the 13th century, the medieval building is adorned with intricately designed stained glass windows, fitting for this famed" City of Lights"
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