Cheap Flights from Toronto Pearson International to Paris Charles de Gaulle
Flight information Toronto Pearson International to Paris Charles de Gaulle
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Paris Charles de Gaulle
Flying out of Toronto Pearson International
Toronto’s international airport is located in Mississauga, 18 miles outside of the city. Airlines that offer a non-stop flight to Paris Charles de Gaulle are Air Canada, Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, Brussels Airlines, Delta, and others. Flight time is about 7 hours and 30 minutes.
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Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport
Paris’ airport is the largest international airport in France, located 21 miles outside of Paris. In 2016 no less than 65,933,145 walked through its terminals.
The restaurants, bars and cafés are something to behold in Charles de Gaulle airport. Only the French can make their food, even a simple sandwich or croissant, look so appetizing.
As for the airport shops, everything is so artfully presented you might give your credit card a workout right there and then.
The service at the airport are top notch. Baggage trolley are free, there are several information desks where passengers can get info and numerous banks and ATMs to help you with your cash needs. At one of several lounges you’ll find peace and quiet where you can work on your laptop with free Wi-Fi. For smokers, the airport provides a smoking area.
To get to your hotel the airport has shuttle buses that leave every half hour. There also a train, a Metro line and of course numerous taxis outside of the arrivals hall. Should you prefer your own transportation, this can be easily arranged with Skyscanner’s car rental.
Tip for Traveling to Paris
While plenty of Parisians speak English, it’s a good idea to learn at least the basics of French. Knowing the words for bakery, water, money, and emergency might go a long way.
Familiarize yourself with the Metro as cabs are expensive in Paris.
Keep your wallet secure. Pickpocketing is not uncommon.
There are plenty of hotels and bed & breakfast places in Paris, but to be on the safe side, book a room with Skyscanner’s hotel page.
Attractions in Paris
Everybody who visits Paris goes to see the Eifel Tower. If your nerves aren’t strong enough, or your wallet isn’t deep enough to go all the way to the top, go at least to the second level, the view is amazing.
Notre Dame Cathedral. Entry is free and photographing is allowed. Be prepared for a long line though.
Louvre Museum. Set aside a whole day to visit the Louvre. Several levels are packed with amazing paintings.
Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre. Sparkling in the sun stands this impressive cathedral. Climb the 300 steps to the top to get a great view of Paris.
These are the most famous landmarks of Paris, but there is lots more to see and do. Or you can do like the Parisians – just sit at a café patio and watch the world go by.
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