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FlyView for your 5 day trip to Paris

FlyView is a virtual reality experience in which you are able to fly over Paris with a jetpack and a VR headset. The experience allows you to feel as free as a bird and get close to each viewed monuments as if you were to touch it: Have a look at our 360° captures over The Eiffel Tower, The Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and many more.

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What to see in paris in 5 days

You are wondering about your trip to Paris, what to see in 5 days. Don’t worry, we have wrapped up the perfect travel experience thanks’ to the wonders of virtual reality.

What’s there not to see is the real question. Paris is magnificent, Paris is virtually crowded with places to visit : with its lovely bridges, breath-taking architecture and the most furious human beings you’ve ever met: The French! You can have a walk on the Trocadéro Palace Gardens, then take a selfie in front of the Eiffel tower, Keep it up to find the Concorde and enjoy the coolness of the monumental fountains on a sunny day. Then get back on your feet to get a glimpse at the most beautiful avenue worldwide: The Champs Elysées. Don’t just stop yet, you’re about to find The Arc de Triomphe: There’s another call for a picture! 

Paris is literally the city to go if you plan on sightseeing. As ridiculous as it seems, it’s one of the few cities where you can walk on a random alley and find a breathtaking spectacle of nature and architecture flirting with each other to give you goose bumps. So don’t hesitate if you’re asking yourself what to see and do in Paris in 5 days, there is plenty of material for that!

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The FlyView experience

Imagine you were to Fly over Paris and get close and personal with the most splendid monuments around the city. That’s exactly what you experience at FlyView. Fly over The Eiffel Tower, The Seine, The Notre- Dame Cathedral, The Arc de Triomphe, The Louvre Museum, and The Luxor Obelisque at Place de La Concorde and take a look at Paris like you’ve never seen it. From a bird’s eye perspective, it’s a dream finally come true. Above the world but still grounded to earth, some call it magic, some prefer science, we think it’s fun infused into a state-of-the art device that allows you to feel as immerged as possible nowadays.

The journey doesn’t just stop:  for a tiny added bonus, fly far away to 7 more sites around 6 different countries. Uncover the Lake Baikal, The Rajat Ampat Archipelago, The Salto Angel, The Victoria Falls, Kambalyana River, China’s great wall and back to France with the Mont Blanc. Let go of the ground, your thoughts and everything just enjoy the magnificent panorama of the beautiful captures flashing before you.

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The Incredible Flyover in pictures

What to do in Paris in 5 days: plan your trip

You’ve been waiting years to finaly come to the city of lights, your luggage is in order and your place was never left as clean. You did your paperwork, asked your boss for a few days off but everything doesn’t seem to fall into the right place.  You feel overwhelmed because the city has so much to offer! Take it from a full Parisian, there is reason to be overwhelmed, every neighborhood in Paris is worth seeing!

Overwhelmed is good but don’t stress too hard about it, at FlyView you can dip your toes into the beauty of the city before you dive completely into it. Located in the heart of the city, next to the Opéra. FlyView is a fictional airport where you take off to see Paris from a bird’s eye perspective. And because we thought about you, we prepared the perfect itinerary for you to have a first glance at everything Paris has to offer. Imagine a 15 minutes flight, close and personal with each viewed monument: The Arc de Triomphe, The Eiffel tower, The Luxor Obelisk… But the “pièce de résistance” is The Notre-Dame Cathedral.

We’ve had the chance to capture a beautiful footage over Notre-Dame Cathedral before the sad events that occurred on April 2019. Which gives our visitors a unique opportunity to say  goodbye to the Parisian gothic marvel as it used to be. And so can you now that you’re coming to the city !