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Travelling to Paris, France

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Paris: the city of love, the city of lights. With more than 45 million visitors each year, this capital city of France is one of the world's most desirable destination. Widely known for its romantic vibe and for the iconic Eiffel Tower; there are actually plenty other attractions in Paris.The fact that Paris has 2 million population and 20% of them are immigrants from all over the world, means that this city is an international melting pot. The blending culture often creates innovation, making Paris as the forefront in fashion, food, art, and so forth. Nowadays, the beauty of Paris is enhanced with a new wave of creativity such as multimedia galleries and tech start-ups.

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Paris Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

It's much more recommended to purchase tickets online. Not only you'll get to skip the long lines, you'll be able to obtain the ticket before it's sold out, which usually happens in popular Paris attractions such as Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Disneyland Paris. Purchasing Paris Pass will be greatly helpful. You'll save your time and money more than you can ever imagine!

How To Get Around?

Paris is a pleasant place to explore on foot, especially since it provides wide sidewalks for the pedestrians and beautiful architectures along the way. If you don't have time or not willing to walk for miles, you can always take Metro train. Metro train is one of the oldest transportation in Paris and also the most convenient. If you use Metro trains quite often, owning a Le Paris Viste tickets that's valid from 1-day to 5-days is quite convenient. If you're planning to stay for months in Paris, we advise you to own the Carte Orange card instead. RER trains, buses and taxis are also common transportations used to go around Paris.

What Should I Wear?

Wear comfortable skinny jeans paired with sleeved blouse and a pair of comfortable flats or converse shoes for minimalist chic outfits of the day. Swap it with comfortable dress and shawl with some pieces of jewelry for romantic date night along the Seine River.

Paris Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

Paris in the spring time, which is from March to May, is a favorite by many due to the stunning blooms, outdoor picnic, and romantic Easter holidays. However, Winter in Paris is also lovely--plenty of lights and interesting activities such as ice skating, Christmas shopping spree, and New Year's celebration.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, you don't need a guide. Read the guidebooks and Paris travel map are enough. You can also find more information about Paris on this website.

How To Get There?

Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports are two busiest airports in Paris that frequently offer direct flights to Paris. From the airport, you can take a taxi or limo usually parks outside that will takes you to your hotel. Tourists going to Paris from other European countries can take inter-city trains or Long Distance Buses.

Additional Info

If you're travelling by Metro, here are things to remember. First, the Metro train door won't automatically open so you'll have to push the button first. The second one is to not throwing away your tickets. There are times an inspector will come and ask for your ticket at the exit door. If you can't show them yours, you'll be fined on the spot. The plug type in France is type E and C. Both types have two round pins, but type E has a hole for the socket's male earthing pin.