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Come fly Austrian Airlines to France and be prepared to eat and drink your way through the most beautiful country. Paris is the bustling capital city, with the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame and the famous wide boulevard known as the Champs de Elysee. Stop into any brasserie or cafe as you stroll around. Outside of Paris, the many regions of France offer a variety of geography and of course, many varieties of wine. Travel south to the Cote d'Azur, Saint Tropez or Nice, and mingle with the Jet Set. Make your way through the Dordogne, with its rocky canyons and little towns. Head north from Paris to the great windswept beaches of Normandy, englufed in their great history or the great chateaus of the Loire Valley. Whether you visit the big cities or the country villages, your trip to France will leave you the most satisfied.

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Discover Western Europe while on vacation or doing Business with Austrian Airlines.
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Worth knowing

Worth knowing

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

Where to eat in France
La Famille
You can't help but suspect that it's impossible to find a restaurant smaller than this on in Paris. More than 30 guests couldn't dine here, at least, not at the same time. It brings truth to the name and creates a very cosy atmosphere. As long as it doesn't distub you that private discussion might have to be saved for another night. We find that it's actually beneficial to be able to clearly see your neighbour's plate. That way you can get a good idea of what interesting creations are on offer, without having to order everything on the menu. How does the ocean perch in chocolate sauce look? 3 courses for 35 euro is not to be missed. So put together your own set menu from a range of four entrées, four main meals and four desserts.
L'As du Fallafel

Where to shop in France

Where to shop in France
A chamber of horrors for some, a storytale wonderland for others. The items sold here are really a matter of taste, as stuffed animals are involved. The curiousities-cabinet is full off exquisite works of art. Next to the bits and pieces, such as bugs and butterflies suspended on needles, there are unmissable stuffed giraffes, tigers and zebras. Many items are sold straight out of the yard. If you're not sure if the proud horse will fit in your living room, why not take it home for the weekend? Larger items can be rented before purchase!

What to see in France

What to see in France
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.

Where to stay in France

Where to stay in France
Chez Bertrand
The Chez Bertrand is a secret tip for families or friends, who like it colourful, original and a bit unusual. It is not often that you see an apartment that is so colourful, yet so tastefully styled as the Chez Bertrand. If you want to take a bit of olour back home with you, then visit the Marché aux Puces de la Porte de Clignancourt just around the corner, the biggest flea market in the world, where you will find all sorts of knick-knacks and décor. The loft for up to 5 people is particularly worth recommending, as it features a completely round bed and also a Citroen car-cum-bed. A recipe for an interesting night! With a seperate bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen, the loft is also ideal for families with children. The loft for 1 - 3 people is available from around 120 euro.
Stylish Chateau

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