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Paris

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Information for Passengers Subject to Measures Applied by the Czech Government

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If you are subject to said measures, please do not travel to Václav Havel Airport Prague.

We recommend that you contact your air carrier or your ticketing agent regarding an alternative solution.

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Destination

France
Terminal 2 in Prague airport

The city of love, fashion and rich history

Large parks, famous boulevards, strolling along lanes or enjoying a cup of coffee in a typical French café looking out at the most interesting monuments, that is the romantic capital city of France, Paris.

Everybody will find something pleasurable. Follow the banks of the Seine, see the city from the height of the Eiffel Tower, search for the footprints of the hunchback of Notre-Dame, visit the Louvre Museum, the chateau and parks in Versailles and do not miss Montmartre, the district of painters with the romantic basilica Sacré-Coeur right on the top. Walking down the hill, you can stop, for example, in the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret.

Paris is also a city renowned for fashion. Enjoy shopping, for instance, on the prominent fashion avenue Champs-Élysées. This two-kilometre boulevard is rated among the most lucrative addresses in the world. Its upper end near the Arc de Triomphe is lined with cinemas, cafés and luxury shops, while at the lower end you will find a park and the Élysée Palace – residence of French presidents.

After shopping and sightseeing, you will certainly appreciate one of the local cafés. Sit down, order kir (wine with traditional syrup) or pancakes, either sweet (crêpes), or savoury (galettles), let the time pass and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this city.

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