Favourite airline: Iberia
The favourite airline for flights from Birmingham to Paris is Iberia.
Iberia
11 %
Air France
6 %
flybe
3 %
Tip: book 4 months before departure
If booked 4 months before travel, flights cost only £77.00.
128 days before departure
Direct flights are more expensive
Direct flights on this route are £15.00 more expensive on average than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 15min
04h 35min
19h 25min
£114
£99
£230
Favourite connection: via Madrid
When booking flights from Birmingham to Paris 21 % of travellers prefer to fly via Madrid.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Madrid Barajas
08h 05min, from £133
21 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
17h 25min, from £131
15 %
1 stopover Zurich (Zürich)-Kloten
13h 15min, from £156
13 %
Return from £99.00
The price of a ticket for a flight on 23/11/18 and returning on 25/11/18 is currently £99.00.

£99
Cheap
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Expensive
£176

Find flights to Paris - the European city of Romance

Visitors have been going to Paris for centuries to enjoy gastronomic delights, incredible architecture, famous galleries and fantastic shopping.

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The best times to book a flight to Paris

With mild seasons that mirror the UK, there isn't really a bad time to head to Paris. Visitors might want to time their trip to take in an event or festival. June sees the Fete de la Musique take place on the summer solstice, and there is more music to celebrate in July with the Paris Jazz Festival in Parc Floral, featuring live music on Saturdays and Sundays. Also in July is the national holiday of Bastille Day, which is celebrated on the 14th. For sports fans, the Tour de France is a must.

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Some things to note before your holiday in Paris

While in Paris, the cost of living is cheaper than in London, and the quality of food is very good. For those planning a budget trip, it is worth visiting the state museums on the first Sunday of the month, when admission is free. Paris is one hour ahead of the UK, and even though it is nearby, not all Parisians speak English, so it is worthwhile learning a few key phrases.

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Some local information to make things easy

If arriving into Paris at  Charles de Gaulle airport, it is simple to get into the city centre. The train takes roughly 30 minutes and costs around 10EUR to Paris-Chatelet les Halles. The Roissybus goes direct to the centre of Paris from the airport, takes approximately an hour, and costs around 11EUR. Taking a taxi will cost around 60EUR. From Orly, take the tram T7 to Villejuif-Louis Aragon and then the Metro. There are buses from Orly. The number 183 bus goes to Porte de Choisy and the Orlybus goes to Denfert-Rochereau for around 8EUR. Les Cars Air France runs shuttle services from both Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports into Paris Etoile or Champs-Elysees for under 20EUR. There is also a shuttle service for anyone arriving into Beauvais Airport, which is slightly further out, taking passengers to Porte Maillot for around 17EUR in approximately one hour 15 minutes. Once in Paris, there is a wide range of public transport available, including the Metro, overground trains, buses and trams. Getting around by public transport is cheaper and often faster than taking taxis, especially given that there is often traffic. There is plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation in Paris. There are smaller boutique hotels, averaging around 100EUR per person, per night, as well as larger chains and grand, luxury hotels. It is also possible to find budget options such as bed and breakfasts and hostels.

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