The most beautiful city in the world
Famous throughout the world, Paris is filled with not-to-miss sites, unusual places, attractions and gourmet restaurants galore. One thing is for sure: you will never be bored in Paris.
Paris-CDG airport is also a hub for connecting flights to anywhere in the world.
Direct flights between Rennes and Paris-CDG operate three times daily, every day, with Air France.
Journey time: Rennes-Paris CDG: 1 hour 10 minutes
- Climate : Paris has a temperate climate. Winters are generally mild and summers are relatively warm.
- Currency : Euros
- Tourist Information : en.parisinfo.com
A wander round Paris
Whether you are on a themed visit or walking from one district to the next, Paris has a tremendous range of things to do and see: a never-ending delight for the first-time visitor and a constant source of amazement for the seasoned traveller. For a truly romantic circuit, be sure to take in Montmartre, the Gardens of the Trocadéro, the Marais district, Saint-Germain’s Latin Quarter, and the picturesque Rue de Lappe and Rue de la Roquette…
The essentials for a first-time visit
If you are visiting Paris for the first time, there are some places you cannot miss. Here is just a small selection: of course, the unmissable Eiffel Tower, but also Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Île de la Cité and Île Saint-Louis, the Latin Quarter, the Panthéon, the Place de la Bastille, the Louvre and the Tuileries Garden, the Grand Palais, and the Champs-Élysées...
Paris is a vibrant city, always on the go. A host of events are organised all year round in Paris. Depending on your inclination and the time of year, don't miss Paris Plages, the July 14 parade and the Christmas lights. There are festivals for every possible taste in music. Amongst the most famous: Jazz nomade, Nuit Blanche, Paris quartier d’été, Rock en Seine… Salons, exhibitions, and live events also take place in every corner of the city, from January through to December: The Salon du Livre, the Foire de Paris, exhibitions at the Pompidou Centre, at the Louvre and at the Grand Palais, classical drama, serious plays, one-man-shows, and boulevard (or bedroom farce) comedies…