Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport
France's main international airport is Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport. Named after
the leader of the Free French Forces and founder of the French Fifth Republic, Charles
de Gaulle Airport is the world's busiest in terms of passengers, handling 60,851,998
in 2008, and has three terminals.
Situated to the north east of Paris, the French capital is easily accessible, and
there are also high speed rail links from the airport to Bordeaux, Marseilles, Strasbourg
and Toulouse, amongst others. Bordeaux is famous for its wine, Marseille has an
enviable position on France's south east coast, Strasbourg is widely known for its
sandstone Gothic cathedral and Toulouse is the home of the European space industry.
If you're travelling via Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport to one of France's many
fascinating cities, purchasing travel insurance
should be high on your list of things to arrange before you go. Quality, reasonably
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* Up to 3 under 18s per insured adult.