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Getting to, from and around Paris

Eurostar trains from the heart of London take as little as 2 hours and 15 minutes.

Charles de Gaulle airport is located a bit further out of the city but very easy to get to. Ideal for those flying from other areas of the UK.

By far the best way to get around Paris is by Metro, offering fast and efficient travel around the numerous arrondissements.

Another great way to see the main sights and attractions is by the Hop-on Hop-off bus tours, with 24 hour and 72 hour tickets available.

Things to do in Paris

Paris is well known to be a weekend break destination because it's so easy to get to from the UK. Because of this, us Brits come back time and time again, so if you don't manage to fit everything you wanted to into your trip, no doubt you'll be back before long to tick off a few more highlights on your to-see list. That said, there really are a few 'musts' when you're in Paris.

Notre Dame

This stunning cathedral was built in 1345 on the Ile de la Cite, one of the natural islands in the river Seine within the city. It's architecture is stunning and rose to fame, not just for it's beauty, but also for it's design.

Sacre Coeur

Another historic religious building, the Sacre Coeur stands tall on the top of Montmartre, the highest point in the city, and ideal for sitting on the steps to watch the view as the sun goes down over Paris.

Where to stay in Paris

Just like most big cities, Paris is split into various areas or 'arrondissements', each with it's own unique identity. Marais, for example, is a very stylish and hip area of the city. A great area to stay but be prepared to pay higher hotel rates for the priviledge.

Montmartre is rather funky area, well-known for it's red light district, the streets of Montmartre also host a number of great hotels, many ideal for those on a budget. What's better is that it's not too far from the Gare du Nord, the final stop for the Eurostar when it arrives into Paris.