London to Paris Coach Tickets
- Coaches leave London Victoria station for Paris Charles de Gaulles airport, Bercy station and Porte Maillot station from 06:30 to 23:30.
- The quickest journey takes 7 hours 30 minutes and the slowest around 10 hours.
- There are around 10 coaches running daily between London and Paris.
Renowned worldwide as the 'city of love', Paris packs a huge amount into a relatively small space – at 40 square miles, it's considerably more compact than other European capitals, such as London.
It's relatively easy to travel from the British capital to France's major city and, with cheap coach tickets available through a variety of providers, you can arrive swiftly, comfortably and with lots of money left over to spend.
When you arrive in Paris, you'll probably want to pay a visit to the city's defining landmark. The Eiffel Tower, built in 1889, is one of the most symbolic structures in the world and a retreat for romantics everywhere. The Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame are also easily reachable from the city centre.
Think you've completed your portfolio of landmark photographs? Take a trip to the top of the otherwise unremarkable Montparnasse Tower, with unparalleled views across the city just begging you to reach for that 'Panorama' setting on your camera phone.
For artisan eateries, picturesque cafes and Michelin-starred restaurants, try Montmarte, one of the older districts of the city. Venture along the back streets and gain an insight into the Paris of Joyce, Hemingway and Picasso, before travelling to the more modern attraction of the Louvre by night to watch the classical musicians play.
The delights of Paris are just a seven and a half coach journey away from London: set off early in the morning and you could be tucking into a hearty croissant by midday! Search for cheap tickets today with Getwayz, and you'll soon join the millions of others who’ve already devoted their heart to the city of love.