Fly from Aberdeen Airport to Paris – a city that needs no introduction! World famous for romance, fashion, food and the arts, the French capital offers so many attractions you’ll be coming back for more time and time again!
The Eiffel Tower
A world-famous icon, the Eiffel Tower and France go hand-in-hand. Soaring into the Parisian skyline at a dizzy 324 metres the Tower offers unbeatable views of France’s capital on the top floor, and even houses two restaurants on the lower floors! It’s no wonder the Tower is the world’s most-visited paid monument.
France has been famous for its food culture since the late 18th century, and you can see why – in 2014, of the 27 three-star Michelin Guide restaurants located in France, eight were in Paris! Perhaps one of the most desirable eating venues is L'Ambroisie, a real jewel of French gastronomy serving beautifully presented traditional delights, and a fine selection of the best French wines to wash it down with.
Picasso was born in Malaga, and there’s a fantastic museum there in his honour. The building itself is spectacular, a Renaissance building with elaborate ornament and dating back to the 16th century. Inside you will find more than 200 paintings, early academic works and much more by one of the greatest artists of all time.
Seine River Cruise
Take part in a relaxing Seine River Cruise and explore the city from the riverside. Starting at pier 3 near the Eiffel Tower, you cross most of Paris’ popular landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Tuileries Gardens and the Grand Palais. Did you know that the river banks are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site?
Palace of Versailles
Visit the Palace of Versailles, UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the largest castles worldwide. Must-sees are the impressive Hall of Mirrors with its 357 mirrors, statues and busts, the Chapel of Versailles and the Grand Apartment of King Louis XIV. Also take a walk in the beautiful Versailles Garden which is the largest palace garden in Europe.