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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.

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Worth knowing

France
  • Currency: Euro(EUR)
  • Language: France
  • Capital: Paris
  • Austrian flight destination: Paris, Lyon, Nice
Airport
  • Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG): The airport is located 23 km (14 miles) northeast of Paris.
  • Address: 95700 Roissy-en-France, France
  • Telephone: +33 (01) 4862 2280
  • Airport Paris You will be directed to a possibly non-accessible site. Take care. Be careful.


Where to shop in Paris

Where to shop in Paris
Didier Ludot
The God of vintage high fashion has a name. That this name is French, probably doesn't surprise anyone. Didier Ludot has been collecting and selling vintage fashion and jewellery since 1975. Designers visit him to be inspired and museums come to borrow exhibition pieces. It even feels like you're in a museum here in Didier's den. The main fare is antiquated pieces from French designers, but there are also a few American classics to be found. So come and take pleasure in the highlights, such as Christian Dior's New Look or Cristobal Balenciaga's sculptures of the 1960's.
Clown Montmartre
Gaultier

Where to stay in Paris

Where to stay in Paris
Hotel Lumen
The ideal location in the 1st arrondissement is reserved for the finest hotels. All the more delightful, considering the Louvre is only a stone's throw away from this modern yet affordable hotel. Behind the completely renovated Haussmann-façade of the Lumen lies stylish design and a cosy lounge bar with a remarkable restaurant. The Swiss designer placed great emphasis on the enticing lighting, which prominantly places the sophisticated furnishings in the scene. Let yourself be enchanted by the light of day and relax in the melancholic glow of the candles at night. Double rooms are available from 200 euros.
Hotel Costes
Hotel Square

What to see in Paris

What to see in Paris
Jardin Luxembourg
In this park you can almost forget you are in the city. Maria die Medici founded the park as she retreated to her country manor following the death of her husband, Heinrich IV, in 1611. Today, it is just as loved by tourists as it is by the Parisians. The public here are very peaceful and take pleasure in the many forms of recreation here, tennis courts, carousels, puppet theaters, chess boards and pétanque pitches. For children and children at heart, the highlight of the park is the lake, where small paddleboats are available for rent. Paris is so romantic, especially here. It's as romantic as it was in the old days, and almost as peaceful, too.
Palais de Tokyo
Schauen & Shoppen

Where to eat in Paris

Where to eat in Paris
Austern & Co.
Eating oysters in Paris is just as important as a visit to the Eiffel tower. It doesn't get anymore authentic than this. Francis Dubourg, the owner of La Cabane à Huitres, cultivates his own oysters and puts them fresh on the table. His son travels to the Atlantic coast three times a week and returns with the fresh huitres. 13 magnificent claire oysters can be yours for just 13 euros. Those who aren't cut out for the slimy consistency of an oyster can opt for foie gras, cheese specialties or cannelles (small caramel cakes). The restauarant is very spartan and ordinary, but the level of service given by Francis and his daughter well and truly make up for it. A small story accompanies every wine and every meal, which is always told with a hearty serving of Esprit.
Kong
Pink Flamingo

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