Find the cheapest flight to France
If you’re flying into France from North America, such as flights to France from Toronto, chances are very high that your first point of entry will be one of Paris’ two international airports – Charles de Gaulle or Orly – which you can learn more about on the Airfare to Paris page. After that, however, if you’re not spending time in Paris or don’t want to take the train, there are other airports scattered around France which you’ll be able to reach via, among others, Europe’s many low-cost carriers. If you’re flying to France from somewhere other than North America, you’ll probably be able to fly into a smaller airport directly.
Either way, a great way to find airfare deals on airlines that fly to France’s smaller cities is by searching the Europe Cheap Ticket Links page. If your ultimate destination isn’t Paris, you might even be able to find a cheaper flight by entering Europe in another major city – like London, Madrid or Amsterdam – and catching a budget flight to the French city of your choice. Or you can choose a domestic flight in France after you entered the country via one of the larger airports. You can search for airfare deals to France here as well, and don’t forget to read up on what to do and where to stay once you arrive.
After Paris’ airports, the next busiest in France is Nice’s CÃ´te d’Azur International Airport (airport code NCE), which is close to both Nice and the city-state of Monaco. A list of airlines serving Nice is here, and you can check flight schedules for arrivals here and departures here. You’ll find maps of terminal one and two on this page (scroll down a bit). Among the services offered is a left luggage center (information here) and Internet access via wifi (for a fee) and Internet stations. You can eat at the restaurants listed here, and shop at the stores listed here. Your ground transportation options include buses/shuttles, taxis, trains and car rentals (the rental agencies are listed here). Here is the map of the area.
More Information on France
Whether you intend to enjoy Paris’ haute cuisine, world-class museums and cafe culture or breathe in Provence’s lavender-scented air or sample Bordeaux’s legendary wine or bask in the Côte d’Azur’s Mediterranean sun, France has something for everyone. French food is revered the world over, the French countryside has plenty to keep outdoorsy types happy, and Paris is the world’s most romantic city. Who could ask for more? For more information on visiting France, please see our France Travel Guide.