Flights to France

Best Anytime fares to France

Cheap round-trip flights to France

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip
Rome Paris Tue, Sep 29 - Tue, Oct 13 Vueling Vueling $95
Barcelona Nice Sat, Oct 24 - Sun, Nov 1 Vueling Vueling $140
Barcelona Marseilles Tue, Sep 8 - Fri, Sep 11 airline logo Air France $160
Paris Toulouse Wed, Sep 30 - Fri, Oct 9 airline logo Air France $161
Lisbon Lyon Sun, Sep 27 - Sun, Oct 4 airline logo TAP Portugal $241
London Bordeaux Mon, Sep 28 - Sun, Oct 4 airline logo Air France $160
Chicago Montpellier Thu, Nov 19 - Fri, Nov 20 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $161
Amsterdam Nantes Mon, Sep 21 - Wed, Oct 7 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $161
New York Brest Sun, Dec 27 - Mon, Jan 4 airline logo Air France $920
Paris Strasbourg Fri, Nov 27 - Tue, Dec 1 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $179
Paris Pau Sat, Sep 12 - Thu, Sep 24 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $160
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Best weekend fares to France

Best weekend fares to France

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip
Rome Paris Sat, Sep 19 - Sun, Sep 20 Vueling Vueling $117
Barcelona Nice Fri, Nov 27 - Sun, Nov 29 airline logo Iberia $140
Barcelona Marseilles Fri, Oct 9 - Mon, Oct 12 Vueling Vueling $83
Paris Toulouse Sat, Nov 28 - Mon, Nov 30 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $289
Lisbon Lyon Thu, Sep 17 - Mon, Sep 21 airline logo TAP Portugal $267
London Bordeaux Thu, Oct 8 - Sun, Oct 11 AZ Alitalia $261
Chicago Montpellier Fri, Sep 25 - Sun, Sep 27 airline logo Air France $1,312
Amsterdam Nantes Thu, Sep 3 - Mon, Sep 7 airline logo Flybe $638
Paris Strasbourg Sat, Sep 26 - Mon, Sep 28 4-1 version from Alfresco HOP! $165
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Flights to France

Due to the many regional airports in France, flights can take you to just about any area of the country you would like to visit. For most passengers, flights to France land in the Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. Some intercontinental flights land at Nice, Lyon, or Marseille, but generally these are within the European region. If you are coming from Asia to France, flights may take you to Geneva in Switzerland, which sits on the border and has a direct connection into France! The Charles de Gaulle airport is a large, modern airport with flights from most major airlines arriving daily. Landing here puts you in the heart of the country, in the city that to most people says "France" loudest: Paris.

France Weather

France is a large country with a diverse climate. Weather in the south of France is warmer and more Mediterranean in feel, while northern France has a climate closer to that of Britain – cooler, and often grey and humid. Paris and Lyon, in the central regions, tend to have weather closer to that found in western Germany. Weather in Paris in the summertime can be sweltering, so it's no wonder Parisians go on "vacances" during July and August.

Getting Around France

Once your flight to France has landed, you can get around the country quite easily. You can rent your own car, but you may find it more relaxing and fun to explore using one of the many other modes of transportation available. For example, renting a canal boat and cruising around the river systems is extremely tranquil. The boats generally handle 4 to 12 passengers, and a skipper is provided to help you navigate and get around the systems of locks that will take your boat through the various changes in altitude. For transportation between regions, trains are probably the best and most reliable method. There are also buses and tram systems, and of course the Paris Metro system is well known throughout the world!

France Attractions

France is an exciting and historic destination. Saying "hello," "goodbye," and "thank you" in French goes a long way toward making French friends, and making France easier to explore! Once you've broken the communication barrier, some of the places you might want to see in France include:

  • Rochefort-en-Terre in Brittany, a small village known as a "beautiful village," as it is surrounded by gardens and history.
  • Paris City Center, with the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Louvre, and Georges Pompidou center.
  • Palace of Versailles, the building synonymous with the excesses of the French court during the 18th century.
  • Cours Saleya market in Nice, best known for its flowers and colorful stalls.
  • Avignon in Provence, a well-preserved medieval town.