Turkish Airlines offers 20 different flight alternatives in average every day from Paris to Kayseri. Taking off from Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), all flights in this route are operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul. Note that, in some flights the point of arrival may not be the next point of departure to Kayseri and passengers may be required to change airports during their layover at Istanbul.
The number of flights in this route remains quite the same all year round, no big changes occur on a seasonal basis. However, there may be slight differences on the hours of departure. The duration of the journey between Paris and Kayseri with Turkish Airlines varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 6 to 17 hours in average.
Turkish Airlines offers privileged opportunities to its guests during the layover as well. If your layover at Istanbul is between 6 and 24 hours, you may have a chance to benefit from the complimentary service Touristanbul, turning your layover into enjoyable moments to explore instantly this enchanting city.
The capital of France, Paris welcomes a large number of visitors every year as one of the most riveting metropolises in Europe. This enchanting town full of elegancy where historic details merge with modern patterns is an international landmark shining out by its own culture and style as well.
Paris truly promises a dreamlike vacation for all its guests. During your stay in this magnificent city, you may walk around the streets remaining from the 13th century full of history and romance, and see Champs Elyssées, ranking among the top famous and expensive streets worldwide, visit the remarkable Eiffel Tower and have a pleasant time on the pretty bridges over the River Seine. Make sure to see the stunning collection of Louvre, an outstanding museum worldwide, as well as visiting the city’s icon Notre Dame Cathedral.
This major metropolis owns three airports: Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Orly International Airport (ORY) and Beauvais Tillé Airport (BVA). Passengers booking their flights from Paris with Turkish Airlines start their journeys at Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG).
The frequently preferred means for reaching Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) from the city center is the train line called RER. Operating from Gare du Nord, Châtelet-Les Halles, Saint-Michel Notre-Dame, Luxemburg, Port-Royal, Denfert-Rochereau and Cité Universitaire stations, these trains reach terminals 2 and 3 in the airport. You may then use the free shuttle train CDGVAL for reaching terminal 1 in the airport.
Airport shuttles would be another alternative, which depart from Opera Garnier. Moreover, it is possible to get to the airport via the bus lines numbered 350 and 351. The line 350 sets off from Gare de L’est station, whereas the line 351 departs from Nation station.
It is also possible to reach the airport comfortably via the cabs serving 7/24 all over the city.
As one of the prettiest cities in Central Anatolia, Kayseri owns a splendid heritage by its history of 6000 years at the same time. Being a significant stop on the historic trading routes by its location in the heart of the region, the city offers an extremely prosperous cultural background. The historical heritage welcoming you right in the center turns into an eye-brightening richness when combined with the natural gems of the city.
As home to outstanding works of Seljukian architecture, Kayseri also hosts the first medical center of Anatolia with its Gevher Nesibe Hospital and Treatment Center. Flooded by a large number of visitors by its notable Mount Erciyes and opportunities provided in mountaineering and winter sports, Kayseri shares a heavenly landscape and culture with its Cappadocia region as well.
Kayseri Airport (ASR) is 8 kilometers to the center. Turkish Airlines passengers with a flight ticket to Kayseri land at this airport.
It is possible to use the municipal buses, airport shuttles and cabs to reach the center from Kayseri Airport (ASR).
The bus numbered 101 operating on the way out the airport heads towards Yeni Mahalle, Mevlana, Adliye, İstasyon Caddesi, Medrese Önü ve Seyyid Burhaneddin stations. You may also use the bus line numbered 102 operating in the same route, however heading towards Fakülte İçi station. The bus numbered 270, on the other hand, reaches the center following the route Kanal Boyu, Halk Eğitim, Nato Caddesi, Hunat, Şehitlik, Fakülte İçi stations. Express buses numbered 271 get to Seyyid Burhanedin only stopping by 8. Cadde, Mevlana, Nato Caddesi and Ordu Evi stations.
Airport shuttles also serve from airport to TALAS and BYZ shopping mall. It is also possible to get the cabs available 7/24 to reach anywhere in the center.