When it was first constructed, Orly International Airport (ORY) was Paris’ primary airfield. The newer Charles de Gaulle Airport now manages international landings, but Orly still handles most of the city’s domestic flights. Plus, the surrounding neighbourhood boasts a number of attractions on its own.
When you book a hotel in Orly, you’ll still have access to all of Paris.
You’ve likely arrived in Orly from some other French city, but even travellers on short flights need some fresh air after they deboard. Take an invigorating walk in the Plaine de Jeux d’Orly—or, if you’ve got some nervous energy to burn off, check out some of the courts set aside for athletic pursuits, such as tennis and basketball. You might even be able to join in on a local game or two.
From Orly, it’s only about 12 km to the centre of Paris, and fewer than 30 km to some of the top destinations in the city. Rent a car or jump on the Metro and head to the Eiffel Tower, the iconic landmark and the first thing most people think about when they arrive in Paris. From there, you can walk to the Musee d’Histoire Contemporaine, a mammoth collection of 1.5 million pieces of French and international history. Here you can find artwork, sculptures, and other types of media highlighting French and international history.
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