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Weekend in Paris for just £129.00pp inc. accomadation and travel - Who said romance is dead! (Inc, Easter) @ Co-op Travel

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Weekend in Paris for just £129pp This great value three day trip to the romantic capital of the world is not to be missed. This is your chance to visit the beautiful city of Paris at a budget. You… Read More
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
Weekend in Paris for just £129pp
This great value three day trip to the romantic capital of the world is not to be missed.

This is your chance to visit the beautiful city of Paris at a budget. You will marvel at the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame while enjoying the cities charm, elegance, dining and of course it shopping!

All hotels used have well-furnished en-suite bedrooms as well as a comfortable bar and a dining restaurant where continental breakfast will be included on each morning of your stay.

The offers below are based on two sharing departing from complementary local pick up points:

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price from

Dates available March to October


£129pp

27 Nov


£119pp

04 Dec


£109pp

28 Dec


£129pp



What's included...

* Two nights accommodation with continental breakfast
* Return Eurotunnel fares and return executive coach travel with local pick ups
* Coach transfer into Paris for full day of shopping, sightseeing or exploring and transfer back to your hotel.

Extras

Paris truly is a destination like no other and this affordable year round short break offers an enhanced experience with the opportunity to join our optional full day Paris City Tour and one hour River Seine Cruise.
Itinerary

Day 1

Travel to Paris and to business class hotel in Greater Paris

Day 2

Paris - includes return transfer from hotel into Paris.

Day 3

Paris- transfer into Paris. Depart at lunchtime for the journey to Calais. En-route cash and carry stop, time permitting and then return home.

To book this fantastic offer, Call 0845 266 9214, quoting TZOO.
terms and conditions

Prices based on two adults sharing, single supplements may apply
Offer subject to availability
All bookings are subject to a 2.35% credit card and 1% debit card charge
All offers are correct at time of publishing
All star ratings are based on the tour operator or accommodation supplier's own property rating
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#1
Greater Paris? Damn that could be anywhere... as it states 'business hotel' it's probably a Ibis on an industrial estate somewhere..
#2
Looks like bad spelling is not dead either:whistling:
banned#3
Sharing a bus with the rabble (Jasper Carrots 'Nutter on the bus' anyone?) doesn't sound like value when you can take your own motor and stay in a Continental for only a couple of quid more, with the added bonus of filling the boot with duty free on the way home!
Like the bit about the Ibises (Ibii?) though!
banned#4
Hang on, what's this?
"and 1% debit card charge"
WHAT? Oh rissoles on that - coooooooooooooooooold
#5
I have previously stopped outer city in a Campanile hotel. Standards are better than UK and the Metro is good so no problems for me. It's a hot vote good price.
banned#6
looks like its a coach trip via eurostar. i did one like this for about the same price. Never again.

Coach took 4 hours to get from brighton to ashford going all over the place en route to pickup.

then 2 hours to get across to Calais then another 4 hours to get to the outskirts of north-west paris (an hour and two metro rides to get to the centre).

Left Brighton at 8AM and arrived at the hotel at 8PM. Took even longer coming back!

NEVER AGAIN!
#7
You could get a similar price if you booked serperatly. Easyjet flights are often £50 return each(ryanair cheaper) any you can get a decent hotel for £80 a night easily. That'd add up to £130 each and you'd get to pick the hotel.

I normally stay at Hotel De La Sorbonne. Look it up, it's a small but nice hotel in a quiet area but walkable to most attractions. I've stayed there 3 times and rates have varied between £50-£90 a night.
#8
I was in Paris last week... B E A utiful city... but...

It is v v v expensive at the moment... eg Cappocino was often £6... beer... I paid £8 for a pint and £6 for half... ugh!!!

In the Latin Qtr there are lots of places that do 3 courses for 15E (just under £15) - but you get what you pay for really... Time Out Guides cheapest resturants are around 30E...

Basically its v expensive!!
#9
i've seen "TAKEN" im not goin to paris!
#10
thedriver
i've seen "TAKEN" im not goin to paris!


I am, Liam Neeson is my dad!!
#11
With the pound at rock bottom at the moment against the Euro, Paris will be crazy expensive. Went to Bruges a few weeks ago and it was £6 for a beer which is 6 euros! No thanks at the moment!
#12
I was chuckling when I paid the lady in Eurostar in £££'s seemed so cheaper than coughing up euros! :)
#13
tappy
You could get a similar price if you booked serperatly. Easyjet flights are often £50 return each(ryanair cheaper) any you can get a decent hotel for £80 a night easily. That'd add up to £130 each and you'd get to pick the hotel.

I normally stay at Hotel De La Sorbonne. Look it up, it's a small but nice hotel in a quiet area but walkable to most attractions. I've stayed there 3 times and rates have varied between £50-£90 a night.


think it's 2 nights at the hotel so £80 for 2 nights is £160 (or £100 if lucky) then flight £50 so would cost more.

Two nights accommodation with continental breakfast
Return Eurotunnel fares and return executive coach travel with local pick ups
Coach transfer into Paris for full day of shopping, sightseeing or exploring and transfer back to your hotel.


Also only £109 on 4 Dec.
banned#14
cybersister;4412342
think it's 2 nights at the hotel so £80 for 2 nights is £160 (or £100 if lucky) then flight £50 so would cost more.

Two nights accommodation with continental breakfast
Return Eurotunnel fares and return executive coach travel with local pick ups
Coach transfer into Paris for full day of shopping, sightseeing or exploring and transfer back to your hotel.


Also only £109 on 4 Dec.

dont forget the 12 hours to get there and 12 hours back (and thats if you live in the southe east!)

A plane takes 45 minutes and 40 minute check-in.

I'd never go on a coach trip again (should of learnt my lesson when I went to Soll in Austria for a ski trip - took 22 hours each way! :w00t:)
#15
csiman;4412344
dont forget the 12 hours to get there and 12 hours back (and thats if you live in the southe east!)

A plane takes 45 minutes and 40 minute check-in.

I'd never go on a coach trip again (should of learnt my lesson when I went to Soll in Austria for a ski trip - took 22 hours each way! :w00t:)

Yeah, but what about the traveling time to stansted/gatwick/luton.
Also don't forget that flights are also horribly expensive if you want to fly out Friday evening and return Sunday evening.
banned#16
boonkoh;4412945
Yeah, but what about the traveling time to stansted/gatwick/luton.
Also don't forget that flights are also horribly expensive if you want to fly out Friday evening and return Sunday evening.

most people live within an hour of a main airport in the south east so yeah you could add an hour to my 1.5 hours estimate.

I'm just saying I have been on one of these trips and I wouldnt do it again even if it was free.
#17
I once went and it was full of French people , wont be making that mistake again.
#18
hussaifa
I am, Liam Neeson is my dad!!


Really?!
banned#19
Paris is a complete dump :\

There is absolutely nothing appealing about the city - I get sent there for work (kicking and screaming) all the time.

Couldn't think of anywhere worse for a holiday/break - except perhaps guantanamo bay...
#20
A beautiful place. We went in January. The only problem is with the exchange rate at the moment combined with high prices meant that a pint was £8-£10 and a coffee was £4 even in the back streets.

We scoured the place and couldnt find anywhere reasonable to have a drink. Its one of my most sober weekends ever!
#21
R0gu3Tr4d3r
I once went and it was full of French people , wont be making that mistake again.


Hah!:-D
#22
I've been to France once, never again....it was full of foreigners who pretended not to understand English.

Never again! lol
banned#23
Anarchist;4414563
Paris is a complete dump :\

There is absolutely nothing appealing about the city - I get sent there for work (kicking and screaming) all the time.

Couldn't think of anywhere worse for a holiday/break - except perhaps guantanamo bay...

you obviously have no culture then if you can't find anything appealing in a whole city (Sacre coeur, eiffel tower, notre dame, Are de Triomphe, church de Mary Magdelaine, La Defense, Montparnasse Tower, La Louvre, etc etc.)

R0gu3Tr4d3r;4413961
I once went and it was full of French people , wont be making that mistake again.

Go in August - all the french leave to go down south :thumbsup:
#24
travellers
Hang on, what's this?
"and 1% debit card charge"
WHAT? Oh rissoles on that - coooooooooooooooooold

Don't think there is a 1% debit card charge when u click thru to site, only credit card charge
banned#25
csiman
you obviously have no culture then if you can't find anything appealing in a whole city (Sacre coeur, eiffel tower, notre dame, Are de Triomphe, church de Mary Magdelaine, La Defense, Montparnasse Tower, La Louvre, etc etc.)

Go in August - all the french leave to go down south :thumbsup:


Nope, I think you'll find its you that obviously has no culture if you think a couple of dirty, cheap looking tourist attractions make a city 'cultured'. There are many more cities with much more culture than Paris, that aren't full of arrogant French people who have no idea what deodorants is, detest outsiders, disgusting food, rubbish wine, dirty streets full of beggers, people that have no clue how to drive and crashing into others wrecking their cars is a way of life.

The city is filthy. The Eiffel Tower looks like a cheap tourist attraction.

Thats not a slur on France, there are some lovely places in the south, but Paris is a hole.
#26
http://www.amazing-animations.com/animations/women100.gifNever mind...thanks anyway

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