Short Breaks To Paris
There are many ways of booking Short Breaks to Paris, depending where you live. If you are a truly independent
traveller, you will want to choose every element of your break yourself - your own method of getting to Paris
(flight, train or car), as well as selecting your hotel or other accommodation from the widest possible choice.
However, if you are looking for the best deal, it makes sense to arrange your short break as a package, which
includes travel and hotel together. Here are a couple of recommendations.
Short Breaks Ltd
If you interested in travelling to Paris from the UK by train, then I would suggest Short Breaks Ltd. They are
fully ABTA bonded and were voted "Best Short Breaks Tour Operator to France 2010" - by About France. The link above
will take you to their Paris City Breaks Guide page, which enables you to look at about 40 Paris hotel options and
link them with a Eurostar train booking at great prices.
Their prices range upwards from £109 currently, but will vary with the hotel and the time of week and year. The
prices you will see there are guide prices & are per person for 1 or 2 nights based on 2 sharing, including
Eurostar, and are subject to availability.
They also offer regular special deals, often 3 hotel nights for the price of 2, or even 2 hotel nights for the
price of 1 sometimes. If you're looking for great value weekend breaks Paris, then the
Short Breaks Ltd website is definitely one to consider.
Eurostar is a great way to travel to Paris, but if you are located outside London or Kent, it may make sense for
you to consider a package, which combines a flight from your local airport with a hotel in Paris.
In that case, you should take a look at:
This link takes you to the Paris City Breaks page, where you can mix and match your flight to Paris (as well as a
Eurostar option) with a range of hotel choices.
Alternatively, you can book just a flight, or just a hotel.
If you are located outside the UK, you can use your local LastMinute site, by clicking on the appropriate flag
at the bottom of the page. Options include Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, New Zealand, and Singapore,
as well as most European countries.