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Cheap flights to Île-de-France

Île-de-France is the wealthiest and most populated region of France out of 27 administrative regions. The name literally translates to the Island of France. It was originally named the District of the Paris Region in 1961, but was renamed in 1976 in alignment of the other French administrative regions created in 1972. However, it is still commonly referred to by the French as Région Parisienne, or Paris Region. Île-de-France comprises of eight administrative departments; Essonne, Hauts-de-Seine, Paris, Seine-Saint-Denis, Seine-et-Marne, Val-de-Marne, Val-d'Oise, and Yvelines.

What to see & do

Musée Fragonard d'Alfort - Musée Fragonard is a museum dedicated to anatomical oddities, located inside the École Nationale Vétérinaire de Maisons-Alfort, one of the world's oldest veterinary schools, in Paris. The museum comprises of three rooms that house a large collection of anatomical oddities and dissections. Most of the displays date back from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Among the most interesting displays in the museum are the écorchés, or flayed figures. Prepared by the school's first anatomy professor named Honoré Fragonard, these exhibits include three human foetuses, a dissection of a human arm, a goat's dissected trunk and head, monkeys, and even a human head.

Disneyland Paris - Formerly Euro Disney Resort, Disneyland Paris can be found in the new town of Paris, Marne-la-Vallée. It is the most visited tourist attraction in the whole of France and Europe. The entertainment resort is brimming with countless attractions and activities, including several themed areas and rides, family adventures, world-class dining areas, shows and events, shopping opportunities, centres for spas, fitness, sports, and recreation, and many other amenities for guests of all ages. Additionally, Disneyland Paris also offers their guests several accommodations to choose from to make their stay a truly magical experience from start to finish.

Parc des Félins - Parc des Félins is a zoological park in Île-de-France's Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux commune in the Seine-et-Marne department. The park, as the name suggests, is devoted to the breeding and conservation of the majestic felines of the wild. An area of 60 hectares houses approximately 140 cats from 30 of the 41 recognised feline species and subspecies all over the world, categorised into four geographic areas: European circuit, African circuit, American circuit, and Asian circuit. The park is also home to a large population of lemur species.

How to get around within Île-de-France

There are cycle lanes on the roads of Île-de-France, especially on routes to Paris, but these are shared with motorbikes as well. France also has a network of regional trains called the RER which takes passengers in and out of Paris. The fares are determined by the Syndicat des transports d'Île-de-France, Île-de-France's Regional Transport Organisational Authority.

How to get there

Charles de Gaulle Airport, also called Roissy Airport, is the airport in Île-de-France, 25km northeast of Paris. The airport is also one of the principal aviation centres in the world, and also the largest international airport in France. Due to it being a major aviation facility, Charles de Gaulle Airport is served by numerous airlines including Air France, Air Méditerranée, easyJet, XL Airways France, Scandinavian Airlines, Turkish Airlines, and more, to many international destinations all over the world.

Flights to Île-de-France

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