VTP: Paris

This post is part of a (quasi-)monthly series of eye candy at Fly Brother, imaginatively named VTP (short for Vintage Travel Posters). We’ll see how travel companies and bureaus have been enticing people off the couch since international leisure travel first became a bourgeois conceit.

The very name of Paris implies joie de vivre, je ne sais quoi, and savoir-faire.  Seriously, no other city compares with the French capital as a must-do-at-least-once-in-your-life destination and anyone who says they have no interest in visiting the place is just being a belligerent douche.  True, Air France is heavily represented, but what better carrier to whisk you off to a Weekend à Paris?  Unlike the service on US airlines, Air France at least offers stank attitude with panache!


Check out previous Vintage Travel Poster posts: Rio and India

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2 Responses to VTP: Paris

  1. Deidre says:

    I love that Air India poster! This is a cool series where are you finding the posters?

  2. Deidre says:

    I guess I should clarify lol: the one with the legs spelling Paris.

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