SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Paris from many destinations in Scandinavia and with connections from Europe, the US & Asia. Our city guide will help you find out what's up & the best tips from SAS crew & passengers.
Whether you're an artist, businessman or simply tourist, visiting with your beloved or relatives, enjoy long walks from Montmartre to the Quartier Latin. Going through some of the finest Roman and medieval monuments. Sooner or later, you will end up at a cafe, standing on the Pont Neuf or exploring a vintage fashion shop in the Marais.
What's up in Paris
|Grab a bike |
Vélib' is an inexpensive bike rental service that you can use from many locations - a great way to see the city.
Use the riverboat in Paris instead of a boring sightseeing bus.
The building alone is worth the visit. Exhibitions come & go here, but Palais de la Découverte is open year-round.
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48 rue Sainte Croix de la Bretonnerie
Tel.: +33 1 42 78 27 20
A small store, but perfectly formed. It carries a great range of selected designer accessories. It's a perfect place to find a gift you won't find anywhere else, making it easy to take home great presents.
René, air hostess
|Le Petit Poucet |
This lovely restaurant is a little outside of Paris. It has a nice terraces along the river, but it's not cheap: about €50 for a simple meal. Still, it's a nice place.
|Musée Cognacq-Jay |
8 rue Elzévir
Tel.: +33 1 40 27 07 21
It's a nice museum with paintings, decoration and furniture from the 18th century. Located not far from the Swedish Cultural Center in Paris.
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|Inhabitants: 2.8 million |
|Language: French |
|Currency: Euro (€) |
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