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The city of lights and lovers

From the romantic setting of the Seine to the iconic sight of the Eiffel Tower dominating the skyline, there’s nothing quite like the magic of a city break to Paris. Enjoy the designer boutiques in the stylish Champs-Elysees, revel in a relaxed riverboat ride or settle down at a street-side café with a croissant and café au lait.

Of course, Paris city breaks are ideal for soaking up a dose of culture too. With a number of museums and art galleries in every corner of the city, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the history of France’s capital, as well as getting your fill of its extensive classic and contemporary art collections. City breaks to Paris evoke all the glamour of an old Hollywood film but there’s plenty more to discover in the City of Lights.

Your Paris City questions, answered

Parisians typically dine after 8 pm which means you might be hard pressed to find restaurants open before 7 pm.
For full city immersion, explore Paris by foot until your legs get tired. Then hop on the metro for fast, efficient and affordable travel.
Raise a smile by testing out your French: s’il vous plaît - please; merci - thank you; pardon - sorry; bonjour - hello; bonsoir - good evening.

Best things to do on Paris City Breaks

Visit the Louvre

Home to the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, there’s more than enough to keep you occupied for the day.

Climb the Eiffel Tower

A visit to Paris is incomplete without scaling the dizzy heights of the Eiffel Tower, or indulging in a picnic beneath it.

See the Arc de Triomphe

Commissioned by Napoleon, this beautiful feat of architecture stands in the centre of Place Charles de Gaulle and leads through to the stylish Champs-Elysees.