You should visit both these cities at least once in a lifetime. If you love Rome, then you’ll probably love Paris as well. So let’s head to the Ville Lumière taking a flight, a bus or a train. What can you do once arrived instead? The City of Love offers much to its visitors - if you’re fond about art, a tour of the Louvre museum is a must; you can decide to taste the Parisian cuisine instead, from crêpes suzettes to macarons and quiches. A walk through its avenues and attractions, for example the Eiffel tower or Notre Dame, is enough to create the right atmosphere to couples. So, how can you get from the Eternal city to the capital of France?
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Flights from Rome to Paris not only are probably the cheapest way between these two cities, but also the fastest: the journey takes 2 hours 10 minutes on average. Thanks to low cost airline companies such as Ryanair, Easyjet and Vueling, you can get to the Ville Lumière at prices starting from 18€. Flights from the Italian capital to the French one are so many that you can even choose to travel more comfortably with national companies (among them, Lufthansa, Swiss and British Airways). There are departures either from Rome Fiumicino or Rome Ciampino, while you can land at Paris Charles de Gaulle, Paris Orly or Paris Beauvais airports. Based on where you arrive, you can book a transfer to the city centre on Wanderio - from the Charles de Gaulle to Paris and from Orly airport to Paris there are lots of connections (prices are therefore a bit lower), while from Paris low cost airlines airport buses and private transfers are more expensive, also due to the longer distance.
One last solution is to get from Rome to Paris by bus, The journey is rather long - about 23 hours - but passing through all of Italy and France is definitely worth it. The lowest fare for a one-way ticket is 113€ and you must change bus at least once (in Milan); of course, there will be some breaks during the journey. The departure bus terminal is Rome Tiburtina, while the last stop in Paris is the Gallieni station.