Flights to France
Book your cheap flights to France with Condor and discover the golden vineyards, immaculate beaches and passionate culture of the French people. Flights to France are available via Germany from major North American airports. France has long been one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations and it is not hard to see why. Its Mediterranean coast, the many delights of the country's famous cuisine and the historic architecture that can be found throughout the country ensure that France has plenty to offer visitors from around the world.
France’s cities contain some of the greatest treasures in Europe and the wine and cheese produced in its verdant countryside are second to none. France is also home to some of the most beautiful areas in the world, such as the French Riviera, the beaches of the Atlantic coast, the ski resorts in the French Alps and the castles of Brittany, Normandy and the the Loire Valley.
Cheap flights to France via Germany depart from numerous major American airports such as Phoenix, Toronto and LAX. Whilst flight time will vary according to your destination and point of departure, the flight time from Frankfurt to Paris is one hour and twenty minutes.
Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport is served by TGV South, West and North lines with connections to the Thalys network and SNCF mainlines services as well as the RER B regional train network. The Roissybus shuttle connects the airport with the centre of Paris and Suburban and Parisian taxis and hire cars are also available.
Top Attractions in France
Chartes Cathedal was built in the 13th century and remains the same today as it was hundreds of years ago. An example of the French High Gothic Style, its famous Rose Window is just one of a number spectacular examples of stained glass in the building.
Dune of Pyla
Located in the Arcachon Bay area, the Dune of Pyla is the tallest sand dune in Europe. At the summit of the dune the view is spectacular. The dunes are a popular attraction with visitors taking adavatage of cheap flights to France.
Palais des Papes
The Palace of the Pope was built in 1309 when Pope Clement V abandoned Rome and settled in Avignon. The enormous Palace looks like a castle because of its thick walls and watchtowers, and was designated a Unesco World Heritage site in 1995.
Chateau de Chambord
A stunning masterpiece of French Renaissance architecture, the Château de Chambord is one of the most visited castles in France. The château was constructed in 1519 by King François I so he could hunt in the nearby forests. The 440 rooms of the château were somewhat cold and austere making it unpopular as an actual residence and François I himself stayed there for less than 40 days.
Gorge du Verdon
The Gorge du Verdon is a long canyon with a length of 25km which rises a impressive 700 metres ifrom the river Verdon below. The river was named after a beautiful green emerald color and truly lives up to its name. Visitors can also enjoy an variety of watersports, such as rafting, water skiing, sailing and kayaking.