Things to Know About Paris


Getting to Paris

There are many flight route options from major North American cities into Paris. The majority of these international flights arrive into Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), located 16 miles northeast of the city. Secondarily, Orly International Airport (ORY), located 10 miles south of the city, receives international flights as well. For major events such as the French Open or the European Championship, flights fill up quickly and we recommend booking early to secure your preferred routing and schedule. As always before travelling internationally, ensure you don’t forget to pack your valid passport.

There are a number of ways to access the city from both international airports. To ease your arrival worries, Roadtrips can assist you by arranging a private chartered vehicle to get you to your hotel comfortably. Alternatively, both airports are serviced by the suburban express train RER (line B), which is a quick and relatively simple way to access central Paris. Taxis are an option but the travel time and rates can be unpredictable due to traffic.

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