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|Popular Airlines||Virgin Atlantic|
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is accessible by car via Interstate 75 and Interstate 85. A direct flight between Atlanta and Paris takes about nine hours, and you can begin your excursion in the capital of France, by walking through the Arc de Triomphe to commemorate the Napoleanic Wars. Cross the Pont des Arts bridge over the Seine and head straight to the galleries in the Institut de France. Take an elevator to the upper levels of the iconic Eiffel Tower and enjoy aerial views of Paris.
You can drive along the A86 Autoroute to navigate the outskirts of Paris such as Saint-Denis. Forming a complete ring around central Paris, Boulevard Périphérique will lead you to a myriad of museums including The Louvre, Rodin Museum and Army Museum. You can also ride the Paris Métro trains to navigate any of the arrondissements of Paris. Explore some of the most beautiful streets of Paris by walking along Avenue Foch and Avenue des Champs-Élysées, which are lined with grand hotels and modern inns.
Located about 15 miles north of Paris, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) is served by RER commuter trains. You can also use the automated rail system to navigate the terminals of CDG to reach the car rental facilities. Mild springs and warm summers in Paris bring the perfect conditions for exploring the historic Gardens of Versailles, built by some of France's most famous monarchs.