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At Voyagu, we offer business class deals on a range of direct and stopover flights that can be tailored perfectly for you. With our selection of top airlines, discovering an affordable option from cities like New York or Washington is easier than ever before. Book now with us today and let’s get started planning your dream trip to Paris in luxurious style at unbeatable prices!

Ah, Paris. The city of love, the city of light. A dream destination for almost anyone who has seen a photo of it. Being one of the most picturesque places on the planet, it is only fitting that the first photograph ever taken was done so in Paris. The city is also home to the first Bloody Mary cocktail, but it is, in fact, not home to the first “love locks” bridge. That, instead, calls a small town in Serbia its home, started by a failed romance of two Serbian lovers. Don’t fret, you can still see the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris and much, much more.

Useful Tips for Traveling to Paris

No Stop Signs

This boggles the mind of many American travelers, but Paris does not contain any stop signs at its intersections. Drivers are forced to pay extra attention to their surroundings before making a turn.

Free Film

Many picturesque, well-known cities force you to pay a fee for recording a movie within their borders. Paris is one of the few exceptions. Many of the movies you’ll watch that have the Eiffel Tower in the background did not pay the French government. However, large budget movies must gain authorization from city officials before saying, “action!”

North to South

Paris has been described as an extremely walkable city, not just because of the easy streets, but also because of the scenery. Even if you have an aching hip or a bum knee, you’ll want to stroll the Parisian streets. It is recommended to get a cane, walking stick, or wheelchair so you can fully enjoy the views. It takes roughly two hours total to walk from the South Point to the North Point of the city, and every second is worth it.

What To Do in Paris


This one is not a surprise. Most people visit the Louvre as most people visit the Eiffel Tower. However, please take your time with The Louvre. While there are many other free art museums in Paris, none compare to the majesty of this magnificent palace. The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world with 38,000 objects within 72,735 square meters. Constructed in the 12th century, this treasure trove sits adjacent to the Seine River, making it ideal for pictures.


Paris is the fashion capital of the world. Thousands of world-famous designers have come from Paris and thousands of designers travel there every year hoping to become the next name-brand. When in Rome, as they say, indulge in some of the most luxurious brands on the planet such as Chanel, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Balmain, Dior, and L’Oréal.


With its more than 450 parks and gardens, Paris is the perfect city to picnic in. As it is home to some of the world’s best bread, cheese, and wine, do yourself a favor and pack a picnic basket and bask in the glory of the Paris scenery.

What NOT to do in Paris

Board a Train without a Ticket

Some places in Europe are laxer about their transportation fees. Paris is not one of those cities. Officials are on the lookout for clueless tourists. Don’t be one of them. Get your ticket before you board; and don’t shove it deep in your bag to save time when officials ask to see it.

Stick to Restaurants

Paris is home to thousands of famous chefs and high-class restaurants that are totally worth seeing. However, that doesn’t mean they are the only place to get good food. Also try out the smaller-scale cafes, patisseries, and food stalls that are spread around the city. You won’t be disappointed.

Buy Tickets at the Door

Paris is one of the most famous cities in the world; Parisian businessowners make much of their profits from tourists. They have systems in place to make your experience as simple and seamless as possible; take advantage of them. Don’t be forced to wait in line; buy your ticket in advance online.

Main International Airports

There are 3 international airports in Paris. Business class flights are offered at each.

  • Charles de Gaulle Airport
  • Orly Airport
  • Beauvais Airport

Best Time to Visit Paris

Visiting Paris is a captivating experience, and the best time to do it is during the spring or fall. During these seasons, tourists can expect mild temperatures ideal for strolling throughout the city’s picturesque and iconic landmarks. Plus, the natural beauty of Paris in the spring is incomparable; its streets lined with trees and flowers are truly breathtaking. On an autumn visit, tourists can see Paris’ signature orange-tinted sunset enveloping its skyline – a sight that will never be forgotten.

Paris gets crowded during winter, especially from mid-December through the end of the year. The weather is nice, and many people have winter vacation time to spend. That being said, if you’re trying to skip the crowds but still bask in the pleasant weather, June to October is a large window of time you can still enjoy yourself.

Contemplating a getaway to France? Make sure to plan your visit between March and May or September and October for an unforgettable time in Paris!

Flying Time from United States to Paris

A nonstop flight from DC to Paris, capital to capital, is typically 7 hours and 45 minutes on most commercial airliners traveling at 500 mph. Flights with layovers are generally 10 hours total. Voyagu can help find whichever business class flight best suits your schedule.

Best Business Class Airlines to Fly to Paris

Voyagu does not rank its valued airline partners, but we provide a list of airlines that offer both discounted business class airfare and last-minute business class deals to Paris. Some of these may not have direct flights while instead arranging comforting connections:

  • United Airlines,
  • American Airlines,
  • Delta Airlines,
  • Lufthansa Airlines,
  • Air Canada,
  • Air France,
  • La Compagnie,
  • French Bee,
  • Transavia France.

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