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From Avenue Montaigne and sidewalk cafes to Sacre Coeur Basilica and the Arc de Triomphe, Paris seduces with its glamour, mystery and style. But a Paris vacation doesn't have to mean one big, costly affair. Au contraire. Even on a budget, you can cruise the Siene between visits to the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and Notre-Dame.

Let CheapTickets help you plan your getaway to the City of Lights. We'll share top free things to do in Paris (or just downright cheap) with these great money-saving tips.

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Citadines Bastille Marais Paris

3 stars
3.9 / 5 8 reviews
Citadines Bastille Marais Paris is a 3 star residence located just a 5 minute walk away from place de la Bastille and place des Vosges The residence is very well deserved by the underground Metro system. The lines 5 and 8 are all within walking distance and allow you a direct access to the tourist and cultural attractions in Paris along with the citys major train stations (Gare du Nord, Gare de l'Est, Gare de Lyon and Gare Saint Lazare). The residence offers 138 units on 7 floors. All accommodations have a bathroom with full size bath, hairdryer, a fully equipped kitchen and a seating area includes desk, iron and ironing board, telephone, safe, satellite TV and free WIFI access. A daily maintenance is performed in rooms and a complete cleaning once a week. Citadines Bastille Marais Paris offers a business center with free WIFI comfort, free newspapers in the lobby, a laundry, 2 meeting rooms and a car park: 25 euros per day. The reception is open 24h/7. Pets are allowed: 10 euros per day and per animal Thanks to its ideal location Citadines Bastille Marais Paris allows you to visit the sights of the city with all amenities and all the comforts you need to feel at home. The area hosts a wide selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants, the receptionists will be happy to recommended some of those for your dining and entertainment needs.
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Citadines Apart'hotel Saint Germain des Pres Paris

4 stars
4.3 / 5 75 reviews
Hotel Located in the heart of Paris, this Apart hotel sits on the banks of the Seine opposite the Pont Neuf, and is just a short stroll from Boulevard St Michel. This property offers a fitness center, a conference room, a business center with free internet access, laundry facilities and private parking (20 euros per day). The hotel also offers a reception open 24 hours on 24. The entire residence is non-smoking. The hotel offers 204 units on 7 floors. All units have a bathroom with hairdryer, a kitchen area equipped with stove, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, air conditioning, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, a safe and a free WIFI access. Pets are allowed: 10 euros per animal and per day. Thanks to its ideal location, Citadines Prestige Saint Germain des Pres Paris allows you to visit the sights of the city with all amenities and all the comforts you need to feel at home. The area hosts a wide selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants, the receptionists will be happy to recommended some of those for your dining and entertainment needs.
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Le Burgundy Paris

5 stars
4.5 / 5 4 reviews
A 5-star hotel with refinement and taste to nurture and refresh the traveler Sleekly contemporary, spacious and light, with avant-garde accents throughout, the 5-star luxury Le Burgundy is well located. Enjoy the business and fitness centers, free wireless Internet, pool, and services for children or pets. Baby-sitters are available on request, and loan laptops, DVD players and game consoles are also available. Dine in the Michelin starred restaurant and bar Le Baudelaire or the Winter Garden tearoom. Try the decadent creations of the pastry chef at Le Burgundy. The on-site Zen spa offers massage, a pool, a hammam and sauna. 3 Reasons To Stay:Walk to Paris highlights: Place de la Concorde, cafes, restaurants, shops, bus, metro, train station, the Eiffel Tower and The Louvre A favorite of those travelling for business or pleasure Stylish Le Burgundy envelops guests in its relaxing atmosphere, with great attention to the luxurious details of guest comfort Le Burgundy RoomsNeoclassical decor predominates at the Le Burgundy Paris, from lead crystal lamps and glass/chromium desks to stone, marble and chrome incorporated in the bathroom designs. Classic, superior and deluxe rooms are available with a bath, a shower, or both. Suites range from junior to two-level duplex, to a presidential suite with a private elevator. The opera suite is located in the pavilion that overlooks the fashion district of the city – it has a private terrace. The opera suite also has a living room, one bedroom, a fully equipped bathroom and a dressing room. In-room amenities vary with room choice and can include a direct phone line, voice mail, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, movies, free Wi-Fi, a room safe, individual air conditioning and heat, an iPod station, US and UK adapters, a minibar and Nespresso coffee machine. Some Le Burgundy Paris suites have balconies or private terraces, offices, Jacuzzis and bathroom TVs, while all have access to VIP services. Things To Do:The Louvre (0.9 mi/1.5 km)Shop the "Golden Triangle" of Paris (Avenues George V/Champs-Elysees/Montaigne) for Louis Vuitton, Hermes, Givenchy, Dior, Chanel and others (1.6 mi/2.7 km)Notre Dame Cathedral (1.8 mi/2.9 km) Left Bank Latin Quarter, Cafe Procope (1.9 mi/3.1 km)Historic District of Le Marais (2.2 mi/3.7 km)Jardin du Luxembourg (2.3 mi/3.8 km) Chateau de Versailles (13.1 mi/21.2 km)Disneyland Paris (29.3 mi/47.2 km)Fontainebleau (44.4 mi/71.5 km)
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Hotel Gabriel Paris

3 stars
4.0 / 5 6 reviews
Htel Gabriel Paris is nested in the heart of the Haut-Marais, between Place de la Rpublique, rue Oberkampf and Place de la Bastille, in the so trendy 11th district of Paris. Its off-beat design fits perfectly the extravagant 11th, fizzing with life and original hot spots".Just steps away from numerous shops, art galleries, the Picasso Museum, theaters and typical small restaurants of the capital. You will love to stroll along the canal St-Martin, among the stalls of the March des Enfants Rouges or the Popincourt flea market, or witness representations in the old covered market les Carreaux du Temple. Here reins the perfect balance of contemporary design and retro decor. Axel Schoenert, master in the art of mixing old and modern styles, chose to keep the Art Deco front, which reveals an intimate and elegant venue once you step into the lobby. A contemporary decor for a Zen and refined atmosphere which contributes to calming and relaxation. Traditional Japanese manual therapies are also available upon reservation at the Front Desk. In the 39 rooms split over 6 floors, a peaceful atmosphere prevails in this monochrome setting, with a white oak wooden floor, a subtle mix of white and beige shades, velvet curtains in a honey-like color, overlooking the moon that lightens the Parisian rooftops. As a reference to the 1920s and to the first transatlantic liners sailing to America, a porthole opens its eye in the bathrooms. Available in each room are the free Wi-Fi, numerous TV channels, a mini bar, a safe and in certain room categories or on demand, the fabulous sleep enhancer NightCove. Come discover a unique experience, the Gabriel experience.
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Hotel Brighton

4 stars
4.3 / 5 13 reviews
Built by Lord Egerton at the beginning of the 19th century, the Hotel Brighton**** was one of the first hotels in Paris. The 61 rooms and suites are decorated with antique furniture, delivering the charm and the elegance of the classic Parisian style. They are fitted with a flat screen satellite television, free WI-Fi access, mini-bar, telephone, boiler with drinks and air conditioning. You'll be able to have an extra bed in the Superior and Executive Room for 70 euros.
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Departure Arrival Travel dates Round-trip
New York Paris Mon, Mar 2 - Sat, Mar 7 $609
Los Angeles Paris Mon, Mar 16 - Mon, Mar 23 $714
San Francisco Paris Wed, Mar 4 - Thu, Mar 19 $999
Newark Paris Mon, Mar 9 - Mon, Mar 16 $778
Boston Paris Thu, Apr 23 - Thu, May 7 $783
Chicago Paris Sat, Apr 11 - Fri, Apr 17 $736
Washington DC Paris Mon, Apr 6 - Sun, Apr 19 $688
Miami Paris Mon, Apr 27 - Fri, May 8 $848
Mexico City Paris Mon, Apr 13 - Mon, Apr 27 $962
Seattle Paris Sun, Mar 15 - Mon, Mar 30 $1,163
Philadelphia Paris Thu, Apr 23 - Mon, May 4 $1,142
Atlanta Paris Mon, Mar 16 - Tue, Mar 24 $1,016
Denver Paris Wed, Apr 15 - Wed, Apr 22 $1,005
Montreal Paris Tue, Mar 31 - Sun, Apr 5 $541
Rome Paris Sun, Apr 12 - Wed, Apr 15 $195
London Paris Sat, Mar 14 - Mon, Mar 30 $186
Amsterdam Paris Mon, Mar 2 - Fri, Mar 6 $202
Barcelona Paris Sat, Mar 7 - Sat, Mar 14 $189
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Best time to take a vacation to Paris

  • Best Time to Go

    The best time for Paris vacations is during the summer. Because summer is the peak season, expect to book your hotel and flight early. The perks of summer Paris travel include events like the Fete de la Musique festival and the sales season all round. The wintertime may not be a favorite in terms of weather, but airline and accommodation prices are at its best, and you can still visit tourist attractions while avoiding the crowds.

Insider tips for Paris travel

  • Seine

    Take a boat tour along the river Seine for great views of Paris’ city architecture.

  • Louvre Museum

    Visit the Louvre museum that houses the most amazing antiquities and artwork in the world, from the famous Mona Lisa portrait to the statue of Venus de Milo.

  • Parisian Nightlife

    Want to check out the Parisian nightlife? Check out Menilmontat and Gambetta, nestled around Oberkampf and Belleville. Its bars are still relatively clear of tourists and offers affordable pricing.

  • Les Halles

    Treat yourself to the great food and wines at Les Halles. With a unique array for your palate, such as the Basque country trout with avocado and coriander flowers, and a basement filled with the best wine selections, prepare yourself for a treat to remember.

  • Historical Monuments

    With more than 3800 historical monuments to its name, expect to be enchanted by ancient structures like the cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, built circa 12th century and the Tuileries Garden, located near the Louvre and the banks of Seine.

Paris highlights

  • Paris highlights
  • Art museum discounts and free admission days

    While having a Paris Museum Pass in your arsenal will save you money (unlimited visits to over 60 museums) and time (skip the long lines), you may want to center your art hops around free admission days. The Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and Centre Pompidou are free on first Sundays. (Better still, some of the city's masterpieces are on display in Paris churches at no cost.)

  • The Eiffel Tower

    You can splurge on an elevator ride to the top, but if you're willing to take the stairs, you can reach the 2nd level for only a few Euros. Then again, the best things in life really are free: View the tower at night when it sparkles each hour with thousands of glittering lights.

  • Notre-Dame Cathedral

    Discover flying buttresses, relics and artwork inside Notre-Dame at no charge. But for that priceless gargoyle's-eye-view of the city, visit on first Sundays from October through March when climbing the North Tower is free.

  • Free ice skating rinks

    Lace up for the temporary rinks set up at the Hotel de Ville and the Gare Montparnasse each winter. Pay a small fee for skate rentals, and then glide with a clear conscience: Admission is free.

  • Free concerts and music performances

    Music is everywhere in Paris churches, from choral practices and Masses to full-blown classical concerts. Pew-hop to performances in La Madeleine, St-Germain-des-Pres, Saint-Eustache or Notre-Dame – many of which are free. Check with church websites or the Paris Tourist Office for event listings. But if jazz, electronic and rock get your toes tapping, visit during the annual La Fête de la Musique (June 21) when Paris streets and cafés come alive at sundown.

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