Well-known as the "City of Lights", Paris is famed for its perfect romantic influence and continental appeal.
Trains are 10% more expensive in Paris than in Lisbon.
The average meal is 30% more expensive in Paris than in Lisbon.
Taxis are 40% more expensive in Paris than in Lisbon.
Coffee is 99% more expensive in Paris than in Lisbon.
Lisbon Portela Airport operates several flights from Lisbon to Paris and several other destinations across the world. It is the major hub for TAP Portugal, the nation's flag carrier airline and its subsidiary, Tap Express. The airport consists of two terminal buildings: terminals 1 and 2. Terminal 1 handles most of the flights departing to international destinations and all arriving flights. Terminal 2 serves every low-cost airline departing from the airport. Lisbon Airport serves millions of passengers travelling back and forth every year. In addition to TAP Portugal, other major airlines – including Ryanair, Lufthansa, KLM, Easyjet, Air France and Air Europa – operate from the airport.
Lisbon airport is well-connected to the city centre through buses and Metro services. You can opt for a Metro service, which links some subway stations in the city to the airport underground subway station. The subway stations include: São Sebastião, Baixa - Chiado, Picoas, Rossio, Martim Moniz, Anjos, Rato, Campo Grande-metro and Marquês de Pombal. The Metro transport services are an inexpensive and speedy way to get to the airport. Aerobus services provide transport links to the airport from some major points in the city such as the Entrecampos railway terminal, the Sete Rios bus terminal and Cais do Sodré.
The enchanting city of Paris is brimming with fascinating attractions that will amaze you no matter how many times you visit. From unique cuisine, captivating history and culture, exciting activities and historical attractions, your holiday in Paris will be a memorable one. Paris features a wide range of iconic sights with unrivaled views.
Whether you are a frequent visitor or first-timer, you must visit some of the city's top attractions such as The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre-Dame. If you love shopping, you should not miss the shopping precincts in the city including Galeries Lafayette and the Avenue des Champs Élysées, which are well-known for their extravagant stores selling designer brands.
Passengers flying into Paris may arrive at either Charles de Gaulle Airport or Orly Airport. Charles de Gaulle, the largest international airport in France, is located about 25km to the northeast of the city. Orly Airport is located to the south of Paris, about 18km from the city centre. Charles de Gaulle Airport has excellent transport links and you can connect to the city using the RER train service. Shuttle buses are also available at the airport for transport to the city centre. From Orly Airport, you can opt for OrlyVal airport tram to access the RER Line B train for transport to the city.