Private jet charter to ParisDubbed the â€˜City of Loveâ€™, Paris is arguably the worldâ€™s most romantic city, as well as a creative hub for art, gastronomy and fashion. From captivating architecture to irresistible haute cuisine, the achingly stylish French capital is an unforgettable travel destination. Experience it all: request a private jet charter quote from Air Charter Service.
Parisâ€™ most iconic monument is the legendary Eiffel Tower. Located on the Champ de Mars, this elegant art-deco metal tower has become a true symbol of the city since it was erected in the late 1800s. Active types can climb 1,665 steps to the top; however most visitors ascend in one of the vintage lifts for sweeping 360Ëš views over the city â€“ best enjoyed over a glass of chilled champagne.
Back on firm ground, much of the city can be navigated on foot with only the odd descent underground to hop aboard the Metro. Take a leisurely stroll down the cobbled streets of hilltop Montmartre, stopping to watch the rows of portrait artists at work in bustling Place du Tertre. Located nearby is SacrÃ©-Coeur, a stunning basilica located at the cityâ€™s highest point.
Key sights include the imposing Arc de Triomphe, a 19th-century monument to French soldiers lost at war; Notre-Dame Cathedral, a spectacular example of French Gothic architecture; and MusÃ©e du Louvre, the worldâ€™s largest museum which houses a staggering collection of art including the legendary Mona Lisa. In contrast to all that historic architecture, the brightly-coloured Centre Pompidou displays modern works of art by Picasso, Matisse and Kandinsky.
Paris is Europeâ€™s shopping capital. Stroll down the plush Champs-Ã‰lysÃ©esâ€™ chic haute couture fashion houses and upmarket global chains; or head to the Marais district for cool young designers and vintage boutiques. Bibliophiles will lose hours rifling through the antiquarian book sellersâ€™ stalls that line the banks of the Seine. For antiques, head to the atmospheric Saint-Germain-des-PrÃ©s quartier or St-Ouenâ€™s enormous flea market.
Dining in Paris is a truly indulgent experience â€“ the French capital is home to over 100 Michelin-starred restaurants and a plethora of bistros, boulangeries and fromageries. Start the day with an obligatory warm, buttery croissant before lunching on classic steak-frites, an indulgent croque-monsieur or one of the delicious crÃªpes sold on street stalls around the city. For exceptional French haute cuisine, book an evening table at the two-Michelin-starred L'Abeille or head back up the Eiffel Tower to feast 400ft above the glittering capital at Le Jules Verne. After dinner, head to the famous Moulin Rouge cabaret or watch a mesmerising opera at Palais Garnier.
Parisâ€™ most opulent accommodation can be found at Hotel Plaza AthÃ©nÃ©e with its sumptuous interiors, Dior spa and Michelin-starred restaurant fronted by Alain Ducasse. The distinguished Le Bristol offers excellent service, a spa and indoor rooftop pool, while Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris is a palatial retreat located off the Champs-Ã‰lysÃ©es. For boutique luxury, book a room at HÃ´tel Providence, a lavishly-decorated 1854 townhouse featuring bespoke in-room cocktail bars.