Travel Guides

How to Reach PARIS

By Air

Paris is served by two international airports, the Charles De Gaulle International Airport (Roissy) and the Orly International Airport and one domestic Beauvais Airport used by some low cost carriers. 

By Road

Paris also has good connectivity to the rest of Europe by buses and most of the coaches arrive at the Eurolines France station.

By Rail

Paris is also well connected to the rest of Europe by train services that function from 6 major railway stations in the city. 

By Water

Getting Around in PARIS

Walking is by far the best way to explore Paris’s delights. The Metro (Subway) is the fastest and most efficient way to get around the city. Tourists can make use of the Paris Visite pass which will allow unlimited travel across buses, metro and RER suburban rail network for 1,3 or 5 days at a discounted fare.
The Metro is an excellent underground train system which provides transportation on 16 different lines from 5AM t...

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Visa Requirements for FRANCE

UAE nationals can enjoy a visa-free stay at France for a maximum of 90 days in any 180-day period. The same holds true for the citizens of Argentina, Peru, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Brazil and 56 other countries. They must essentially fulfil the following requirements:

• They should have a machine-readable passport with digital photo or a bio-metric passport
• They should possess a travel document which is valid for at least 3 months after the intended date of departu...

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