Travel to Paris
Fly to Paris with Air Seychelles and get ready to be spellbound by the legendary “City of Love”. Long considered one of the most romantic cities on Earth, the French capital pulls in travellers from all over the world with its enchanting potpourri of museums, restaurants, historic monuments, fashion and art.
- Top 5 attractions in Paris
Situated on the river Seine, Paris is a city where you can easily lose track of time as you stroll along its iconic promenades, crossing bridges and taking in world-famous sights. Over 30 million tourists visit the French capital every year, and it’s no wonder when it has so many things to do and see.
- Admire the city’s most enduring symbol – The Eiffel Tower – as it glimmers into the late evening, providing the perfect backdrop for courting couples.
- View rare works of art and masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa at the Louvre Museum, which houses an amazing collection of over 35,000 paintings, sculptures and other artefacts.
- Spend a few moments in quiet reflection at the cathedral of Notre-Dame, an impressive site built in 1345 that many consider the spiritual heart of Paris.
- Have an unforgettable evening at the legendary Moulin Rouge, a venue made famous by its stunning cabarets and energetic can-can dancing.
- Experience the culinary delights of Parisian cuisine at one of the chic restaurants and eateries located near the Champs-Élysées, one of the city’s most-famous avenues.
- Shopping in Paris
Being one of the world’s fashion capitals, Paris is a fantastic destination for clothes shopping. In fact, Parisians are so effortlessly well-dressed it often seems its city streets are just a vast network of catwalks. Whether you’re looking for the latest haute-couture or are on the lookout for a super discount, the city has literally hundreds of places where you’re sure to find that one “must-have” purchase.
For classic brands, head straight to the fashion district of Saint-Honoré, which is lined with boutiques from design legends such as Yves Saint Laurent and Jean Paul Gaultier. Those looking for places a notch lower on the price scale should venture out to the 1st and 2nd Arrondissements, which are home to a number of great department stores that stock a wide range of affordable brands.
If you’re not looking for a new wardrobe, however, Paris has plenty of other great shopping attractions. For one, there’s a weekly flea market to the north of the city where you can find thousands of great Parisian keepsakes, old tomes and other antiques. With generous baggage allowance on flights to Paris with Air Seychelles, you won’t have to worry about going over the limit either.
- Restaurants in Paris
French cooking is known throughout the world, and the best place to experience its delights is surely Paris. It has some of the best chefs in the world, plying their trade across a number of Michelin-starred restaurants and affordable side-street bistros. Wherever you go, make sure to sample traditional French fare such as croissants, foie-gras and French onion soup.
For those seeking the best contemporary French cuisine, reserve a table at the Carré des Feuillants, a restaurant located in a 17th century building with a glowing reputation for its cutting-edge recipes.
- Nightlife in Paris
If you think Paris is special by day, wait until you see it in the warm glow of the evening, when the lights come on and the city turns up its charm. As you would expect from modern city with a strong sense of culture, Paris has a fantastic and multi-dimensional nightlife scene, with hundreds of bars, nightclubs and other venues open till long after sunset.
From clubs playing the best DJ-spun house music to mellow jazz bars, there are places to suit whatever mood you’re in. Those who want to dance the night away will enjoy the Rex Club, which has drawn strong crowds with its electro anthems since the 1980s. For a more low-key setting, try the ever famous Buddha Bar, known for its relaxing ambiance and chilled tunes. You won’t have trouble finding things to do in the night, that’s for sure.
- Planning your Paris trip
Remember that every season has its perks in this city; higher temperatures in the summer means there are plenty of music festivals, while in the winter you can enjoy great Christmas markets. Book your ticket to Paris today.
*Air Seychelles operates three non-stop flights per week to Paris. Flights are operated by an Airbus A330 aircraft fitted with 18 Business Class seats and 236 Economy Class.