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Ile-de-France Trip

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Where to stay in Ile-de-France

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Top hotels in Ile-de-France

K+K Hotel Cayre Paris
K+K Hotel Cayre Paris
4 out of 5
4 Boulevard Raspail, Paris, Paris
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The price is Rs12,650 per night from 26 Jul to 26 Jul
4.4/5Excellent! (991 reviews)
"Conveniently located near St. Germaine, within walking distance of the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. Located right by a metro stop. Plenty of restaurants and shopping nearby. The air conditioning in our room did not work well."

Reviewed on 23 Jul 2021

K+K Hotel Cayre Paris
Victoria Palace Hotel Paris
Victoria Palace Hotel Paris
5 out of 5
6 Rue Blaise-Desgoffe, Paris, Paris
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The price is Rs12,661 per night from 15 Aug to 15 Aug
4.9/5Exceptional! (10 reviews)
"Beautiful hotel and suite, walking distance from the train station Montparnasse. Only complain was phone in our room wasn’t working & staff didn’t follow up to fix it. Excellent breakfast taken in the lovely patio."

Reviewed on 24 Jul 2021

Victoria Palace Hotel Paris
Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
4 out of 5
18 avenue de Suffren, Entrée au 22 rue Jean Rey, Paris, Paris
Fully refundableReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs19,907 per night from 28 Jul to 28 Jul
4.2/5Excellent! (1,077 reviews)
"Good location for the Eiffel Tower,and very walkable neighborhood"

Reviewed on 17 Jul 2021

Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
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Ile-de-France

See stunning feats of architecture, admire opulent royal dwellings and explore a dynamic and fast-paced capital city in this popular region of France. 

In central France, Ile-de-France stands out for its dedication to art, history and culture. This is the very heart of France, a place where famous writers and artists gathered to be inspired by the beauty of life. Wander down busy city streets, see world-famous artworks in person and observe the world go by from sidewalk terraces. 

Ile-de-France is the most densely populated French region and is the French hub for business and industry. It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations, which gives it a distinctly international sensibility. Get acquainted with the French capital, Paris, which is not only the bustling hub of the entire country but is also the starting point for the latest global fashion, culinary and cultural trends.

There is an endless supply of things to see and do in Paris. Climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower and marvel at the “City of Lights” by night. Stroll across the Pont Neuf bridge and window-shop on Champs d’Elysses. Study the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, an art museum often touted as being the best in the world. If hunger strikes, duck into a café for coffee and a croque-monsieur (a toasted ham and cheese sandwich).

To the southwest of Paris is Versailles, a suburb that once served as the political capital. Grand chandeliers hang in the halls of the Palace of Versailles, Louis XIV’s opulent royal complex. International tourists flock to Seine-et-Marne every year to be entertained at Disneyland Paris. If you prefer natural activities, embark on a walk through the Fontainebleau forest or journey through the Grand Morin valley.

Two international airports serve Ile-de-France: Charles de Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport. Buses and regional train networks can get you to central Paris from both airports. Explore the surrounding areas such as Melun, Meaux or Cergy by renting a car. Ile-de-France enjoys a moderate climate year round with particularly pleasant temperatures in the autumn and spring. 

Fall in love with the historic museums in Paris, the extravagance of Versailles and the oft-overlooked natural delights of Ile-de-France. 

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