Day 1: Starting our tour of Paris discovering one of the most classic and bohemian neighborhoods of the city is a wise choice. Marais is dazzling no matter where you look at it. The Place des Vosges or simply its narrow streets, look like something out of a movie and are full of wonderful stores. You can take the opportunity to visit the Carnavalet Museum afterwards and admire works of cubism at the Picasso Museum. You can also go to the Pompidou center and then go to the Ile de la Cite, which connects the two banks of the Seine. Here you will also find Notre Dame and the Conciergerie, the oldest Royal Palace in Paris.
Day 2: On your second day you should head to Montmartre, the artists’ quarter in the north of Paris. Getting lost among its bars and stores on the Butte (hill) to end up at the imposing Sacré-Coeur basilica is simply great. In the evening you can take the opportunity to attend a show at the Moulin Rouge and stroll through the red light district of Pigalle.
The sale of these airline tickets consists in offering cheap flights in defiance of any competition. To do so, certain services offered by the “traditional” airlines have been eliminated, transformed or limited:
In general, the most affordable seats are the first to be sold. If the price is really good, you can buy up to 6 months in advance. Otherwise, if the price of the flight is not so low; you can wait for future promotions.
As far as I am concerned, I always avoid traveling in periods of high tourist influx. First, because I avoid the seas of people or the beaches and museums where there is no room for a single soul. Second, because of the price. Vacations in Europe are particular, because Europeans love to travel at the same time. For example the summer in France, where there are companies that close completely. The result is that roads, airports and tourist sites are taken by storm. The good months for climate and price are: May, June, September and October.
Paris-Orly: a reception and tourist information point, at the international departure of the South Terminal, offers information and advice on Paris and its region, a ticket office for shows, tickets, transportation, tourist products and hotel reservations. This space also offers business travelers information on professional events in the region and access to commercial services at the airport. This space is open 7 days a week from 7:15 am to 9:40 pm.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle offers the same information and services, these points are located in terminal gate 5 (7am to 2:45pm), terminal 2D gate 5 (8am to 10:30pm), terminal 2E (arrivals connecting gallery), terminal 2F gate 11 arrivals (7am to 9:30pm) and terminal 1 gate 4 arrivals (7am to 8:30pm).
If the airline gives two weeks’ notice, it does not have to compensate for exceptions, the airline does not have to provide such compensation if it informs users of the cancellation “at least two weeks before the scheduled time of departure” or “they are informed of the cancellation between two weeks and seven days before the scheduled time of departure and are offered alternative transport allowing them to leave no more than two hours before the scheduled time and to arrive at their final destination less than four hours after the scheduled time”. Nor if they are notified “less than seven days before the scheduled time of departure and offered an alternative flight that allows them to depart no more than one hour before the scheduled time of departure and arrive at their final destination less than two hours after the scheduled time of arrival”.