Have you been having Eiffel Tower-infused dreams lately?
If you recently binge-watched Emily in Parisor you simply want to dine in some of the world’s finest restaurants, soak in awe-inspiring architecture, and see some of the most famous works of art worldwide, a ticket to the “city of light” might be just what the travel doctor ordered.
Canada is now considered a “green” country under France’s COVID-19 classification of countries, which means that proof of a complete vaccination schedule becomes sufficient to arrive in France.
Locals looking to book a trip to Paris can fly for nearly half the cost of a regular ticket this spring. For example, a flight departing on Thursday (May 5) and returning on Monday (May 16) costs a total of $524 CAD including all taxes and fees. However, there are two stops on the outbound itinerary, with only one stopover on the return flight home.
If you’re willing to shell out roughly $20 more, you can avoid a second stop on the outbound portion of your journey.
Discover the magic of Paris
Known for its jaw-dropping architecture, incredible art galleries, and rich history, Paris offers a multitude of things to see and do. What’s more, France’s capital city is also known as a gastronomic paradise. From fluffy pastries to rich chocolate desserts, ratatouille to escargots, the city offers a vast array of tastes that will satisfy even the most discerning of palates.
You can book your ticket online.
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