Flights to Vancouver: Find cheap flights to Paris

Locals looking to soak up awe-inspiring views of the Eiffel Tower have a few affordable options this fall.

If you recently binge-watched Emily in Paris (or you just want to dine in 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 trip ordered.

Vancouverites can generally expect to pay between $800 and $1,000 CAD for a return ticket to the French capital. However, many travel dates in October offer round-trip service for less than CA$700 including taxes and fees.

For example, a flight departing from Vancouver on October 18 and returning from Paris on October 25 costs a total of $645.82 CAD, including taxes and fees. The outward journey includes stops in Kelowna and Calgary before reaching Paris, while the return journey has only one stop in Calgary.

On the same dates, WestJet also offers a one-stop, two-way option in Calgary that costs only a little more, at $667 CAD including all taxes and fees.

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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 display some options for the October trip to ParisFrance online with WestJet.

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