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Whatever your reason for travelling from Rome's Leonardo da Vinci Airport (FCO); know that Paris is filled with endless possibilities for both business and leisure travelers. You can visit the Wall of Peace where the word “peace” is inscribed in 32 languages, or watch the sunset at the Montmartre Hill. You may as well go to pledge your love to your sweetheart at the Pont Des Arts Bridge. It takes approximately two hours to fly from Rome to Paris, and you may drive, or take a taxi or bus to FCO.
The transport network in Paris is among the best in the world. With the metro, RER commuter trains, expressways and trams, getting around Paris is easy. There are many places to go in Paris, and among them is the Louvre Museum. Around 380,000 prehistoric objects and 35,000 pieces of art are housed in this gigantic site. You may also visit the Eiffel Tower; named after Gustave Eiffel, a revolutionary French bridge builder, the Eiffel Tower is the most recognized icon in Paris. Built for the 1889 World Fair to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Revolution, the Eiffel Tower was once the world’s tallest structure.
Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) has three terminals that are connected by free shuttle buses. The climate in Paris has warm summers and cold winters, while in May, the rainfall is at its peak.