Flights from Melbourne to Paris

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Public Transport and How to Get Around

Metro

One of the best ways to get from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to your hotel after your Melbourne to Paris flights land is with the Metro. The service is fast and reliable and has 16 routes that cover the entire city. If you're going to be using the Metro a lot, purchase a Mobilis day pass. It gives you unlimited travel within Zones 1 and 2 for only 7.30 EUR ($11.62 AUD).

Train

When your flights Melbourne to Paris land, you can take the train from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) to your accommodation. The service also stops at popular attractions such as Disneyland Paris and connects the city centre to the suburbs.

Bus

If you're travelling to Paris on a budget, you can cut costs by using the local bus. There are 59 routes with stops near the city's top sites such as the Louvre Museum and the Eiffel Tower. You can also use the buses 350 and 351 to get to your hotel from Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG).

Taxi

If you're booking flights Melbourne to Paris and you know you're going to have lots of luggage, the best way to get to your accommodation is with a taxi. You'll find the drivers waiting outside of the arrivals terminal at Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) or Paris Orly Airport (ORY). Once you're in the city, it's best to use the other public transportation options if you're on a budget.

The Best Time to Visit

You'll find cheap flights to Paris from Melbourne for travel between November and February. The cold winter weather keeps most travellers away, and the city experiences a lull in tourism. If you don't mind the less than perfect weather, you'll find excellent deals on cheap flights Melbourne to Paris, and the city's top hotels also drop their rates.

The busiest time of year for Paris is during the summer. From June to August, people flock to Paris soak up the warm weather and experience the best the city has to offer. If you don't want to pay a premium on flights Melbourne to Paris, book your return tickets as soon as possible.

If you're on a budget, but you want to avoid the winter months, September to October and March to May are the city's two affordable shoulder seasons. The summer crowds have left, and the weather is good for exploring the city on foot. You'll also find short lines at the top attractions in addition to cheap flights to Paris from Melbourne.

Landmarks and Monuments You Can’t Miss

Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is one of the top tourist attractions in France. Each year, thousands of people buy tickets to Paris from Melbourne to see the famous building. The tower was once the tallest building in the world until the Empire State Building in New York was built. Visitors can walk up 360 steps to the first level or take an elevator ride to the top for spectacular views of the city.

The Louvre Museum

The Louvre Museum was once a palace to France's kings. Today, it's one of the top art museums in the world and its collection attracts millions of visitors each year. Travellers planning to book flights Melbourne to Paris might be surprised to learn that it houses more than 30,000 artworks. Some of the most famous pieces include the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Botticelli's frescoes.

Avenue des Champs-Élysées

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées is an incredible example of Parisian architecture. It's divided into two sections, and it's where you'll find famous attractions such as the Arc de Triomphe and the Jardin des Champs-Élysées. If you're booking flights Melbourne to Paris, carve out an afternoon to explore the many luxury shops, hotels, restaurants, and cafes that call the avenue home.

Opéra National de Paris

Napoleon commissioned the Palais Garnier Opera House in 1860. It's one of the most opulent buildings in the city and features incredible sculptures of historical figures such as Beethoven, Mozart and Rossini. The Opera House is a must-visit for travellers booking flights Melbourne to Paris who want to experience the city's old-world opulence and grandeur.

Tips for First-Time Travellers to Paris

Pack a tripod or selfie stick

If you're travelling to Paris alone, make sure you bring a tripod or a selfie stick. There are so many excellent photo opportunities like the Eiffel Tour and outside the Louvre Museum that you don't want to miss!

Wear comfortable shoes

You're going to be walking a lot while exploring Paris. Come prepared with comfortable shoes that won't give you blisters.

Avoid Louvre fatigue

The Louvre Museum is massive, and you can't see everything in one visit. Once you’ve booked your tickets to Paris from Melbourne start planning which galleries or specific pieces you want to visit. If you don't get through everything, it's best to come back another day so you can give each piece the attention it deserves.

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