Paris

Paris

Paris is one of the most dynamic and exciting cities in Europe and in the world. The capital of France is a leading tourist destination for an excellent reason: it has everything you could want to see or do. To fly with Austrian Airlines to Paris and explore a city rich with history, culture, and business leadership is a dream trip. The most famous landmarks are exceptional and still exciting today: the Eiffel tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Napoleonic Arc de Triomphe. Le Marais in the Right Bank district of Paris has architectural gems of historical homes. The Champ-Elysees is a garden promenade made famous by the French Impressionist painters. Add the opera, theatre, the Louvre, fashion, and of course French cuisine and you have, well, ooh la la! Paris has a four season climate. The winters rarely see much snowfall and the summers have few excessively hot days.

Flights to Paris (CDG)
Flights from Paris (CDG)

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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

France
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: France
  • Capital: Paris
  • Austrian flight destination: Paris, Lyon, Nice

Timetable

from to dep. arr. travel duration validity
VIE CDG 07:05 09:15 02:10 30.10.2016 - 25.03.2017
VIE CDG 13:00 15:10 02:10 28.11.2016 - 10.01.2017
VIE CDG 17:20 19:30 02:10 30.10.2016 - 18.12.2016

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Paris

STAY in Paris

Stay in Paris
Duo

It doesn't get more central than this! The location of the Duo in the heart of the Marais quarter, surrounded by restaurants, bars and boutiques, is not to be beaten. As hard as it is to leave this feelgood-hotel, go out and explore the very urban and unmistakably French Marais district.   Out of the once cool design hotel, renovation has turned the Duo into a stylish feelgood hotel. Modern decorations meet old frames and practical furnishings on wood-parquett floors out of the 18th century set the scene here at the Duo. The rooms are fantastic, but the most comfortable thing about this hotel is that shopaholics can drop off their shopping bags before heading off into the next boutique. Well, at least when you are in Marais to go shopping. Double rooms from ?200 a night.

Sezz
Hotel Square

SIGHTS in Paris

Sights in Paris
Palais de Tokyo

The Palais de Tokyo is the ideal location to present art. The sobering cracked concrete, the exposed ventilation shafts and the counter found in a campervan could almost be a concept. The truth is, they ran out of money during renovations. The grotesque and uncouth ambience has only given this arthouse an even bigger name. The young art scene love the unpretentious venue and the Palais de Tokyo pays it's dues: it is open until midnight. Paintings, sculptures, drawings, fotography, video, fashion, lierature and dance are all on show here. The exhibitions are daring and often well worth seeing. Vernissages take place on the first Thursday of the month and entry is free!

Schauen & Shoppen
Montmartre

SHOPPING in Paris

Shopping in Paris
Lanvin

Jeanne Lanvin founded the Lanvin label in 1889, when she was only 22 years old. Forget the mother-daughter collection that brought the label into the limelight, Lanvin is already over that. The Paris elite didn't want to wait around for mama and baby: they all wanted to wear the latest from Jeanne. That is still the case today, and it could be because Lanvin never jumps on a trend, but rather set the trend themselves.   Not loud and piercing, but with decent, modest and emphatic elegance. The boutique, which was designed in the 1920's by Albert-Armand Rateau is still at the original address on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

Fleamarket
Didier Ludot

EAT in Paris

Eat in Paris
Le Tokyo Eat

What's the current favourite of the Parisian in-crowd? To dine in the city's Museumscafés. And for good reason, as there are many benefits to be had. Most are hip, stylish and serve modern cuisine and also let's one's feasting appear to be cultivated.   As a tourist, you should be honest enough to visit the museum prior to grabbing a table, especially as the Palais de Tokyo will fascinate those with an interest for modern art. Once inspired, sit down and enjoy a mix of international and asian food on offer. It's also a form of art. And the dishes are as well thought through as the interior. The extravagant lighting was designed by Stéphane Maupin and is a real attraction. The crowd here is young, hip and beautiful!

Chartier
L'As du Fallafel