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The iconic Eiffel Tower, the vivid blue waters of the French Riviera and the smell of warm croissants and coffee at a Parisian cafe. France’s culture is both familiar and distinctive but even the most avid Francophile would have much to discover in its rich culture, varied history and endless culinary delights.

British Airways flies to many of France’s most exciting destinations. Take a city break in Paris and see architectural wonders and world-class art at The Louvre, or fly direct to Lyon and find out why it’s known as the gastronomic capital of France. Book a summer holiday in Nice and enjoy balmy summer nights and sunsets on its stunning seaside promenade. Get a sense of France’s fascinating history and explore ancient castles in Nantes, located on the Loire River. Book your holiday to France with us today.

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France flight FAQs

How long is a flight to France?

The average flight time from London to France is 1 hour and 30 minutes, however a flight from London to Paris clocks in at only 1 hour and 20 minutes while a flight to Lyon is 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Which airports do British Airways fly to France from?

We fly to France every day from major London airports, with a number of different flight times every week.

What is the cheapest month to fly to France?

The cheapest months to fly to France are generally February and March, however this can vary depending on your destination. Keep an eye out for our special offers or search our low fare finder.

Is France cheap to visit?

As the most popular destination in Europe, France isn’t the cheapest country to visit so it’s best to plan ahead and have a budget in mind before you travel. Avoid peak summer season and school holidays if possible and you'll naturally save money on flights, travel and accommodation.

Is it easy to get around France?

France is incredibly well-connected and has an extensive train network (SNCF), making it easy to visit different regions and towns on the same trip. Or sit back and let us take care of everything and book one of our exciting France holiday packages.

If you want to go off the beaten path and explore in your own time, hire a car with British Airways and collect Avios on every rental.

Why visit France?

From strolling the beautiful streets of Paris to enjoying an authentic glass of Champagne in Epernay and skiing in the French Alps, it’s no surprise that France is top of the list for many. Go wine tasting in the south, soak in the history of maritime city Marseille or simply take a tour in the rolling green hills of the countryside. Book your next holiday to France with British Airways.

Why fly British Airways to France?

Discover outstanding service from the moment you book. Choose to fly with hand baggage only or pick a price that includes a 23kg checked baggage allowance and free seat selection 24 hours before you fly. On board you’ll find clean, sanitised seats, HEPA-filtered air, quality on-board catering and a warm, uniquely British welcome.

Simply relax and let us take care of you, every step of the way.

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Paris: Highlights

  • Explore Le Marais or Canal St. Martin, charming neighbourhoods with bohemian roots

  • Stroll down the Parc Rives de Seine - a riverside promenade and green space

  • Head to top of the Arc de Triomphe for city views

Nice: Highlights

  • Stroll through Vieux Nice (Old Town) and dine at a local seafood restaurant
  • Visit Musée Matisse and see one of the world’s largest collections of Henri Matisse’s artworks
  • Lose yourself in Cours Saleya Market, a lively flower and food market that turns into an antiques/flea market on Mondays

Marseille: Highlights

  • Hike or cycle Calanques National Park, a stunning national park with 20km of coastline
  • Soak in the multicultural heart of the city in the oldest neighbourhood, the Panier district
  • Get lost in the lively nightlife, colourful street art and creative food scene in Cours Julien

Toulouse: Highlights

  • The impressive space museum, Cite de l’Espace, with life-sized replicas of spacecraft and a planetarium
  • Try cassoulet, the famously rich slow-cooked casserole that originated in Toulouse
  • Head to Les Abattoirs, a contemporary art gallery housed in a former slaughterhouse

France travel essentials

Flight time

1 - 2 hours

Time zone

GMT+1

Currency

Euro

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