Trains in Paris are 30% cheaper than in London.
A meal in Paris is 10% cheaper than a meal in London.
Taxis are 10% more expensive in Paris than in London.
Coffee in Paris is 5% cheaper than in London.
London is the capital of England and also Great Britain's largest city. It is served by several airports, namely Heathrow, Luton, Gatwick, London City Airport, Stansted and Southend. Gatwick and Heathrow are the most recognizable, while Stansted and Southend are outside the city and less popular than the others.
Flights from London to Paris may take off from any of the six airports that serve London. Gatwick has been historically associated with London. Heathrow is the largest and busiest of all these airports, and London City Airport is favored by those who like their airport to be very close to the city center.
To get from London to Paris, arrive at the designated airport in time. If your plane is taking off from Heathrow, get on the Heathrow Express from Paddington Station. If you are flying from Gatwick, take the Gatwick Express from Victoria station. To get to Stansted and Southend, reach Liverpool Street station and take a train. To reach London City Airport, you can simply take a taxi as it is well within the city. London is well connected to all its airports, including Luton Airport, and reaching these airports is never going to be a problem.
Paris is the capital of France and one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is also one of the best cities in the world to shop and an entire trip can be devoted to shopping while in this magical city. Begin at the secondhand and vintage boutiques at Le Marais, which is also famous for its cafes and restaurants. Head toward 10th Arrondissement and Canal St-Martin to engage in some retail therapy. St-Germain des Pres is another shopping destination that is very popular among French people. Last, but not least, end your journey at the beautiful Champs Elysees, which not only has upscale stores, but also several cafes and bistros.
Paris flights from London may land at one of the four airports that serve the city. If your flight lands at Charles de Gaulle, hop on an RER B Regional-Express train to reach the city center. From Orly, take the Tramway 7 (T7) to reach Villejuif-LouisAragon metro station. From there, getting to downtown Paris is easy. Just take a metro toward Les Halles and you will find yourself in central Paris. However, if you land at Beauvais-Tille or ChalonsVatry, bear in mind that these are far away from the city and you will need to take a shuttle bus or train.
Enjoyed the pianos! Nice airport.
there are no waiting rooms as such, just enough chairs, but hardly
extremely crowded flight gate changed 3-4 times