Looking for great value travel to Paris?

Enjoy comfortable coach travel from London to Paris from just £15 one-way. Our coaches depart daily from London Victoria Coach Station and take you direct to the centre of Paris.

So why not take the coach and let us do the driving? Just sit back and relax with air con, extra legroom, power sockets and onboard toilets.

Please note: From Dec 31 2017, our coaches to Paris now terminate at a new location at Gare de Bercy. For further information, please download our Paris stop guide.

Paris: shopping

Merci
Snapping a chic shot outside concept store Merci would be perfect for any Instagram account with its branded classic car. Inside, you’ll find a wide curation of items for sale, from fashion to furniture, as well as the adjoining Cantine-Merci, serving fresh food.

Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen
Wander through Europe’s largest flea market, and make sure to practise your French banter in order to bag yourself some bargains. Remember to take cash, as some vendors remain old school and card-free, but keep an eye out for pickpockets.

Galeries Lafayette
Purchase or simply peruse at the high-end fashion department store Galeries Lafayette on Boulevard Haussman. The interior architecture and Art Déco façades are a gorgeous sight, even before ascending to the rooftop terrace (free to access) with panoramic views over the city.

Paris: where to eat and drink

La Crêperie de Josselin

Head south of the Seine for the Josselin crêperie, an affordable establishment in Montparnasse. Although usually to be found with a queue out of the door, Josselin remains a firm local favourite for their buttery savoury galettes and sweet filled crêpes. Our British pancakes with sugar and lemon juice can seem somewhat simple compared to French classics, such as le complète – with ham, cheese and egg.

Liberté Patisserie Boulangerie

If you’re looking for an alternative to the prim patisseries of Rue de Bac, fear not. Liberté holds court inside a pared back interior, with an open-plan kitchen allowing you to watch their pastry chefs at work. In a taste survey of Parisian madeleines, Liberté’s offering was a close contestant, coming in at a very respectable fourth, as well as being the second cheapest on the list.

Wander along the Canal Saint-Martin

A favourite for hip locals, known as bobos – or the bohemian bourgeoisie, once-derelict Canal Saint-Martin now has all the buzz of London’s Shoreditch with bars and chic cafés along the canal side. Sip on an artisan beer brewed in-house at the Paname Brewery Company, or visit Le Méduse (‘the jellyfish’ in French) for heady cocktails.

 

Things to keep in mind...

Connections to London

Our European services depart from London Victoria Coach Station. You can add travel to London from any of our UK coach stops for just £15 per person one-way or return. Just select your preferred UK stop and book to anywhere in Europe and this will automatically be added to your booking.

Customs Info

Passengers are required to carry their own luggage through customs while they are passing through Immigration at ports.

Departures

Customers departing from London Victoria Coach Station need to be at their departure location 15 minutes before departure.

Passport & Visa info

Passengers must ensure they have the correct passport and visa documentation for travel.

Luggage allowance

Luggage allowance is 1 medium sized suitcase and 1 piece of hand luggage per person.

Sea crossings

Sea crossings are made by either ferry or Eurotunnel, check your ticket or timetable for specific information on your journey.