Book flights from Florence (FLR) to Paris (CDG)

Flying from Florence

Find flights from Florence with airberlin and enjoy the cultural reawakening of experiencing the Renaissance period firsthand, with all its inspiration, creativity and innovation. Florence Airport, Peretola (FLR) is a quick 15-minute drive from the city center.

Florence Airport Information

Florence's nearest airport services flights from 17 airlines connecting passengers to Rome and the rest of Europe. An emphasis on passenger flow was a major goal of the 2006 renovations and today the airport has the capacity to serve up to 2.2 million passengers annually.

Enjoy a meal or a cup of Italian coffee before your flight at one of the airport's several cafés or restaurants. Luxury and duty-free shopping is available to travelers looking to purchase any last-minute gifts.

Getting to the Airport in Florence

A bus to Florence Airport leaves Piazza Stazione every half hour between 05:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. A taxi to Florence Airport can get you to the airport in around 15 minutes. There is no train to Florence Airport at present.

Arriving in Paris

Flights to Paris with airberlin will take you to the home of almost a fifth of the French population. This melting pot of history and creativity has been inspiring minds around the world for ages. The seed that is now Paris was planted in the third century B.C., and a gorgeous flower has long since bloomed.

First Time in Paris

Curved roads and an arrangement of back alleys will take you to any part of the city. When you travel to Paris, expect to be surrounded by iconic landmarks around every corner or towering above your head.

Your Paris

Pay your respects with your tickets to Paris to the likes of Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, and Molière, buried at Père Lachaise Cemetery. Alternatively, fly down the dragon slide and get lost in a maze at the Parc de la Villette, one of the biggest parks in the city.

Making the Most of Your Paris Holiday

Flight deals to Paris can be found between November and March, when temperatures are colder. Tourism peaks during the summer, so expect popular stops to be bustling. Spring and autumn are pleasant and less crowded, and cheap hotels in Paris can be found during these months.