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Did you know that there’s a city in Kentucky named Paris? Don’t worry, we’re not talking about that city today. Paris, France is one of the most sought after destinations in the world, and today although it may be half the world away, it’s easier to get to than ever. There are $250 round trip deals from the US on major airlines, which makes it cheaper to visit Europe this fall than your friends and family in another US state. Here’s how to get in on the fun…

a glass pyramid with a building in the backgroundThe Flight Deals To Paris

Usually, when you see shockingly low prices, it’s on an airline where you end up paying in a different way. ; ) Today’s flight deal brings mainstream airlines like American, Delta and Air France, with round trip prices starting at $250. You can find flights under $375 round trip from: New York, Boston, Chicago, Miami, Montreal, Fort Lauderdale, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

These deals typically don’t include a checked bag, but that means now is a perfect time to learn how to pack and maximize your full sized carry on and “small personal item” allowance to its full potential.

The Dates You Can Travel To France

These brilliant prices are available from September 2019 through early May 2020, with a slight jump around the late December holidays. To lock in the absolute lowest prices, you need at least a five-night stay in Europe, but for only $20 more on most dates, you can make shorter trips with just a two-night stay. For a spontaneous long weekend, this could be amazing.

And yes, if you read these jet lag tips and pack light, you really can do Europe in a long weekend and you totally should. Micro trips are the new travel trend, after all!

aa 787How Tok Book These Flights To Paris Easily

Paris is all about warm fuzzy feelings, hot croissants and perfectly chilled Champagne. Booking travel should be more that, less headache – so we’ve made really easy to follow links, which take you to the lowest prices from each city. Simply click, play with dates and book something fabulous.

Here are a few tourist mistakes to avoid in Paris, and if you’re planning to visit the Louvre – make sure you read these new ticketing rules too. You don’t want to miss out!

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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