Camping in Paris

Camping in Paris

Camping in Paris

With around 81.4 million international visitors arriving there in 2011 alone and packed full of history and culture there truly is something for everyone in and around Paris. So, whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic holiday, a family looking for an action packed time or just someone looking to explore this magical city, you won’t be disappointed.

There are various options available for you when staying in Paris. You can choose from one of the many hotels that are available or you can stay at one of the wonderful campsites in and around Paris.

Camping holidays in Paris allow you to enjoy one of the most amazing cities in the world and it’s surrounding areas, with a vast amount of flexibility and freedom that staying in one of the hotels just doesn’t provide.

Benefit from the campsites facilities such as swimming pools, sports facilities and other on site activities, whilst still being close enough to Paris and the surrounding countryside.

Whether you’re planning to just visit this wonderful city for a few days as a short break, for longer as your full holiday or just using it as a stopover before travelling onto your final destination, you just can’t beat the facilities on offer at the prices you pay.

If you’re looking to book a campsite in or near to Paris then take a look at the selection of campsites we feature on our Campsites in Paris page, we’re sure that you’ll be able to find something you like.

Exploring Paris

Paris is a city that is best explored either on foot or using the wonderful public transport systems. The city is simply a mecca for those looking for culture and history boasting over 200 theatres and show venues, a whopping 143 museums including 28 national museums and over 1800 historical monuments.

The city also boasts a number of world famous tourist attractions that are a must for any visitor including, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre with the Mona Lisa, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Sacre Coeur, Champs Elysees, Montmarte, Palace Versailles and the Centre Pompidou.

French Cuisine

Paris has and always will be home to some of the world’s finest chefs and restaurants. Whether it’s one of the many Michelin starred restaurants or a small side street cafe or family run restaurant, there’s something to suit every taste and budget in Paris.

The city has such a cosmopolitan feel that it’s not surprising there’s a vast degree of choice in foods from around the world to sample, so take your pick from the very traditional French cuisine to Japanese sushi bars.

Getting around

Public transport, public transport, public transport. Paris as we’ve said is best explored by using the public transport system or by foot. With a wonderful metro, rail and bus system it’s so simple and cheap to explore Paris with a simple hop on hop off approach. The metro tickets usually cost around €1.70 with discount available for buying a book of tickets.

Many of the popular tourist destinations can easily be explore by using public transport but if you want to see them from a different angle, try one of the Seine river cruises.

We hope that you enjoy your holiday to Paris! Wherever you stay and whatever parts of the city you decided to visit we’re sure you’ll have a wonderful time.