PARIS ON A SHOESTRING

How to visit Paris on a budget secrets, tips and tricks

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Cheap Flights to Paris

Getting a flight to the City of Lights is not as expensive as you imagined.  There are several airlines that offer cheap flights to Paris, within a limited budget.

April to mid-September is considered the tourist season in Paris, so it is probably the most expensive time to book flights.  Therefore, if you’re looking for a cheap flight to Paris, you should consider traveling during the months of June and July.

The gateway to Paris is through the Paris Charles De Gaulle (CDG) International Airport; the largest in the city and second busiest passenger airport in Europe.   There are three terminals serving over 200,000 passengers daily.  There are two other airports in Paris; the Paris Orly airport, located 16 km to the south of the city, and Beauvais Tille Airport, which is 68 km to the North of Paris.

For passengers looking for no-frills, cheap flights, your best bet is Ryanair, Europe’s largest low-cost airline.  Ryanair guarantees that they have the cheapest fares than any other airlines.  This trusted, dependable airline even lets you fly to Paris during peak season for as low as £10, when you book your flight during their promo period.

You can also fly via Easyjet, Europe’s largest cut-rate carriers that offer cheap flights to Paris.  Bmibaby, a British budget carrier offers low fares with big benefits such as the freedom to choose seats, change your flight schedule and check-in online.  If you plan to spend a Christmas holiday in Paris, their winter flights are on sale this month.   Another low-cost carrier, transavia.com, takes you to Paris with minimal cost and maximum traveling satisfaction.  SkyEurope sell delightful and delectable snacks on their economy flights to Paris, plus the freedom to reserve your seats online.

Take the opportunity and book your flights to Paris this August, which is promo period for most European airlines.