Turkish Airlines offers 20 flight alternatives in average every day from Paris to Gaziantep, all of which are operated as connecting over Istanbul Airport (IST) or Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW) in Istanbul. Note that, the point of destination may not be the next departure point to Gaziantep in some flights. That is to say, passengers may be required to change the airports during their layovers at Istanbul.
The number of flights in this route remains quite the same throughout the year; however, there may be slight differences on the times of departure. The duration of the flights with Turkish Airlines from Paris to Gaziantep varies by the layover at Istanbul, ranging from 7 to 18 hours in average. Nevertheless, this period turns into an enjoyable break at Istanbul. If your layover at Istanbul is from 6 to 24 hours, you may have a chance to instantly explore the most touristic spots in the city thanks to the sightseeing service Touristanbul offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines.
As a European capital pioneer in culture and art, Paris conquers everyone’s heart by the romantic, ceaseless, classical, modern and historic details around every corner. Keeping its present air traffic busy all year round by vigorous festivals, fashion weeks and events, this major metropolis welcomes a large number of guests from all over the world. Those looking forward to getting to know Paris closer in journeys for both business, education and vacation purposes, blend into the city’s magical atmosphere walking around the numerous museums, palaces and cathedrals.
There are three airports serving in Paris: Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG), Orly International Airport (ORY) and Beauvais Tillé Airport (BVA). Flights from Paris with Turkish Airlines take off from Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG).
Passengers wishing to reach Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) have a couple of different alternatives. RER train line serving between the city center and airport would be a practical option. You may get on these trains from Gare du Nord, Châtelet-Les Halles, Saint-Michel Notre-Dame, Luxemburg, Port-Royal, Denfert-Rochereau and Cité Universitaire stations to reach the terminals 2 and 3. It is possible to use the free shuttle train CDGVAL operating between the terminals at the airport to reach the terminal 1.
Airport shuttles departing from Opera Garnier would be another alternative which are frequently preferred, serving to all terminals in the airport.
Passengers planning to use buses to reach the airport may get on the bus numbered 350 from Gare de L’est, and 351 from Nation. In addition to all these, you may always take cabs to get to the airport, which are at your service 7/24 in the city.
Declared as “Creative City” in gastronomy by UNESCO, Gaziantep is an extremely attractive destination by its peerless historical heritage, fascinating natural gems and its local culture. Inherited from the deep-rooted Anatolian history of thousands of years and bearing the traces of various civilizations, Gaziantep cuisine brings in a large number of visitors every year.
This delightful Southeastern Anatolian city shining out in tourism by its historic appeal and the vivacious life draws interest also by its mosaic heritage remaining from the ancient ages. As one of the most charming museums in the city, Zeugma Museum is often cited as the most popular mosaic museum worldwide. Gaziantep Castle and many museums around, on the other hand, are generally the first stop of the touristic tours in Gaziantep.
You will simply be captivated by the narrow streets and covered bazaars while walking around this adorable city with one of a kind architecture by the historic houses hidden behind the courtyards. The Historical Bakırcılar (Copper) Bazaar and Zincirli Covered Market are the remarkable worth-seeing spots where you can buy souvenirs as well as a wide range of spices. Zeugma Ancient City and Yesemek Open-Air Museum are the favorite of those fond of culture and history tours.
Welcoming millions of tourists all over the world throughout the year, Gaziantep hosts quite busy air traffic all year round. There is a single airport in the city managing the air traffic: Gaziantep Airport (GZT). Passengers holding a flight ticket to Gaziantep with Turkish Airlines land at this airport, which is 20 kilometers from the city center.
Those planning to use public buses to reach Gaziantep Airport (GZT) located in Oğuzeli district in the city have two options: the bus serving in Oğuzeli-Karataş route, and the bus operating in Bus Terminal-Balıklı route.
Airport shuttles serving from the airport to Gaziantep Lisesi, University, Bus Terminal, Karataş, Kilis, city center and Nizip directions, would be another alternative. Moreover, you may get 7/24 service from the cabs or car rental offices at the airport as well.