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France is one of the best destinations to enjoy in the world thanks to its magical features all around. The country promises a heartfelt adventure that is full of culture, art, and nature. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit lovely France and buy your cheap flight ticket to France today!

Your direct flight from İstanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, Lyon Saint-Exupery Airport, or Marseille Provence Airport will be the beginning of an exciting trip to France. France is surrounded by different modes of transportation, especially with an extensive railroad network which connects different cities and airports across the country with each other.

Transportation to/from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

When it comes to going to or coming from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Paris city centre, the transportation options come in four different ways which are two types of train such as high-speed and regular train as well as bus, and airport shuttle. The RER B train line connects the airport to Paris city centre. In addition to that, the TGV express train is another alternative to reach Paris. RATP BUS 350 and 351 are convenient ways to travel to Paris city centre as well as districts on the bus route.

Transportation to/from Lyon Saint-Exupery Airport

Lyon Saint-Exupery Airport is connected to Lyon city centre by train, airport shuttle, and bus. TCL is a bus shuttle that operates on the Meyzieu ZI to Saint-Laurent-de-Mur route. Further, Rhonexpress connects the airport with Lyon city centre. Navette P5 is a bus line commonly preferred by passengers who want to take the bus from the airport and reach to the city centre.

Transportation to/from Marseille Provence Airport

Marseille Provence Airport is connected to Marseille city centre with a direct line between the airport and the city centre. Also, it is possible to reach nearby cities such as Arles and Montpellier by taking a direct train from Marseille Provence Airport. Buses and shuttles from Marseille Provence Airport cover the entire province region with different routes.

Public Transport

When it comes to France in general and Paris in detail, it is possible to find a huge set of public transport options that create a huge network across the country. It is possible to find different train and metro lines in different cities of France that enable access to even the remotest corner of the city. Also, bus lines cover all the districts of French cities, making it convenient for travellers to move around even in the smallest village of France.

Is there a travel card for tourists?

There is a special travel card for tourists in Paris. Paris Visite travel pass is an appropriate option for tourists who will spend a few days in the city. If you would like to know more details about the prices and where to buy a Paris Visite card, you can click here. In addition to this card, travellers can purchase t+ tickets, which can be used only once, or Navigo Liberte+ tickets which can be weekly, monthly, or annual tickets. Also, there are special city passes such as Aix City Pass for Aix-en-Provence, Bordeaux CityPass for Bordeaux and many more.

Transportation Between Cities in France

One of the major modes of transportation between cities in France is the train. Cities in France are connected with regular trains and high-speed trains, which significantly decrease the duration of the journey. Also, domestic flights are prefered, especially between Paris and Nantes, Paris and Lyon, and Paris and Cannes.

Where to Stay in France?

France is one of the most visited countries in the world if not the first and offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors ranging from luxury hotels to international backpacker hostels.

If you are in Paris to explore its marvelous landmarks and its inspiring cultural atmosphere to the fullest, you can stay in hotels located around “7th Arrondissement” since you will be staying at the heart of Paris, close to the symbolic Eiffel Tower.

In Lyon, there are many top-tier hotels you can stay with affordable fees. “2nd Arrondissement” is the central neighborhood in the city which is known for its beautiful architectural texture as well as its amazing restaurants and cafés.

Marseille also has plenty of great hotels you can stay in. Hotels in “1st Arrondissement” can be the best choice for you if you are in Marseille for the first time and enjoy the city’s most popular attractions. 

We would love to help you organize your trip to France and you can book a hotel easily through our website.



Top things to do in France

France offers everything a traveler can wish for with its top-tier museums, striking landmarks, and cultural events that are accompanied by a great culinary scene. It is a joy to explore France whether you are planning a vacation filled with nature in the countryside or planning a trip to the depths of its rich history in age-old cities. We listed some of the things you can do in France below and if you would like to know more about the country, you can check our detailed France Travel Guide.

  • Visit Eiffel Tower: The architectural beauty of Paris is one of the most iconic symbols of the city and on most travelers’ wish lists. It is a thrilling experience to admire Paris from Eiffel Tower while having a delicious meal from renowned French cuisine.
  • The Louvre Tour: The museum is the world’s largest art museum with many remarkable artifacts from almost every civilization in the world. Seeing the Mona Lisa or Venus de Milo with your own eyes is one of the most amazing experiences you can have in Paris.
  • Palace of Versailles: Versailles was the seat of government for more than 100 years and is one of the most iconic buildings in France, located in the most western part of Paris. The place is known for its marvelous architecture and spectacular gardens.
  • Walk on the Champs-Élysées: Champs-Élysées is a remarkable and possibly the most famous avenue of Paris. There are many great French restaurants, shops, and cafés along the way and you can visit “Arc de Triomphe”, sitting at the top of the avenue. You read our Paris Travel Guide to learn more about Paris and its magnificent attractions.
  • Discover the Old Port: Marseille is the oldest city in France and offers many unique attractions to its visitors such as the Old Port. Old Port is home to various great museums, restaurants, and landmarks. If you would like to know more about Marseille, you can check our comprehensive Marseille Travel Guide.
  • Quartier Saint-Jean: Lyon is the third largest city in France and a prominent tourism destination in the country. Quartier Saint-Jean, the old center of Lyon, is a fascinating neighborhood to explore with various museums, architectural wonders, and gorgeous sceneries all around. You can visit our detailed Lyon Travel Guide to learn more about the city and its attractions.

We listed some useful side notes about France for you right below.

Things to Know Before Visiting France

  • France is a safe country to visit with low petty and violent crime rates but it is recommended for you to be cautious about pickpocketing in crowded areas and public transport.
  • France uses the Euro as its currency and there are many exchange vendors in populated areas of the country.
  • Most stores in France charge their customers for plastic bags to encourage recycling and reduce waste.
  • It is important to keep some cash with you in France since some shops do not accept payments with credit or debit card even in its main cities such as Paris or Lyon.
  • Tipping in restaurants and cafés is not required but appreciated.
  • France has a convenient and reliable public transport system. It is recommended for you to obtain a travelers card to enjoy its attractions thoroughly with reduced transportation expenses.
  • Most locals in France prefer to drink from tap water since it is clean and fresh.
  • Other than its popular destinations, most locals in France do not speak English.

Essential Numbers

Country Code: +33

Paris Orly Airport Number: +33 892 56 39 50

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport Number: +33 426 007 007

Marseille Provence Airport Number: +33 820 811 414

Emergency Number: 112

Emergency Number for People with Disabilities: 114

Airports in France

We use airports listed below regarding our operations in France.

  • Paris Orly Airport

Paris Orly Airport (ORY) is located 16 kilometers from Paris city center. You can use metro, direct bus, taxi, and rental car to get to the city center. Direct buses are available for every 15-20 minutes and the trip to Paris city center approximately takes 30 minutes.

  • Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport

Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport (LYS) is located 30 kilometers away from Lyon city center. You can use “rhônexpress”, taxi, and rental car to get to the city center. Rhônexpress is a tram shuttle service specifically designed for Lyon and its airport. The service is available every 15 minutes and the trip to the city center approximately takes 30 minutes.

  • Marseille Provence Airport

Marseille Provence Airport (MRS) is located 25 kilometers away from Marseille city center. You can get to Marseille city center with direct bus, train, taxi, and rental car. Direct buses are the fastest option to get to the city center and they are available at 25-minute intervals.

Car Rental in France

You can also rent a car with Pegasus privileges if you want to consider a more comfortable option for city transportation when you arrive in France for business or leisure.



How to buy cheap France flight ticket?

To buy the cheapest flight ticket to France, you can book your flight ticket in advance, ideally two or three months prior to your flight. You can also follow our campaigns and sales regarding flights to France. In addition to these, flight tickets during weekdays are almost always cheaper than flight tickets that are scheduled on weekends.

Why should I visit France?

France is the most visited country in the globe thanks to its renowned culinary traditions, remarkable historical landmarks, and outstanding cultural atmosphere. The country offers everything a traveler can wish for ranging from gorgeous beaches in Marseille where you can soak up in the sun to iconic Eiffel Tower in Paris where you can have one of the best city views in the world. There are tons of cultural events, unique workshops, natural wonders or top-tier museums you can enjoy in France.

What is the ideal time to visit France?

Although every popular destination in France offers spectacular sceneries for each season, travelers usually visit the country during summer or spring to avoid rainfall and thoroughly explore its amazing attractions in pleasant weather conditions.

What time zone does France use?

France has only 1 time zone. The country follows the Greenwich Mean Time GMT +1.

Do I need a visa to visit France?

France does not mandate a visa from citizens of Schengen area countries and a couple of more. You can click here to know if your nationality is eligible for visa-free entry to France and learn about required documents. A Schengen visa that is required to visit France is valid for a maximum of three months (90 days) in a six-month period (180 days).

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