You can fly Vancouver to Paris and back for $524 CAD

Have you had dreams steeped in the Eiffel Tower lately?

If you recently binge-watched Emily in Parisor you just want to dine at some of the world’s finest restaurants, soak up awe-inspiring architecture and see some of the world’s most famous works of art, a ticket to the “City of Light” might be just what the doctor of the trip ordered.

Canada is now considered a “green” country according to France’s COVID-19 country classification, which means that proof of a complete vaccination schedule becomes sufficient to arrive in France.

Locals looking to book a trip to Paris can fly for nearly half the price of a regular ticket this spring. For example, a flight departing Thursday (May 5) and returning Monday (May 16) costs a total of $524 CAD, including taxes and fees. However, there are two stopovers on the outbound route, with only one stopover on the return flight.

If you’re willing to shell out around $20 more, you can skip a second stop on the outbound leg of your trip.

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Discover the magic of Paris

Known for its breathtaking architecture, incredible art galleries and rich history, Paris offers a wealth of things to see and do. Moreover, the French capital is also known as a gastronomic paradise. From moist pastries to rich chocolate desserts, from ratatouille to snails, the city offers a wide range of tastes that will satisfy even the most demanding palates.

You can book your ticket online.

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