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    Where to Stay in Paris ? Guide to Best Areas and Neighborhoods

    Have you ever dreamed of visiting Paris, city of the fanciest restaurants, wonderful monuments, and enchanting nightlights? If you don’t know much about Paris’s little secrets, here are a few highlights about the different areas and neighborhoods of the French capital so you’ll know which one will fit you best. Summary: Latin Quarter: The Historic Charm of the Student District Saint Germain-des-Prés: ...

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    9 Travel Bloggers Tips To Inspire Your Next Trip To France And Paris

    You don’t need to be French to know France by heart… Here is a list of 9 English-speaking travel bloggers who will help you discover France like you never thought you would and they’ll probably give you some great ideas for your next trip to France!   1) France Travel Tips The author The first time Janice Chung, aka Jan, a Canadian ...

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    The 6 Most Famous Traditionnal and Legendary Cabarets of Paris

    Paris, the cultural city of Light, the arts and gastronomy… but Paris is not only that; it’s also a glamorous and sexy city where it’s always good to party. Indeed, the heart of the French capital beats even faster at night. Its cabarets, which appeared at the beginning of the 19th century and used to enliven the nights back in the day, ...

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    What to See and Do in the Latin Quarter

    After a visit to the Marais, pass by the Île de la Cité. Considered to be the ancient cradle of the city of Paris by Clovis, it is home to some historical gems. Located in the heart of the capital, it is one of two natural islands within the Seine. Found in the 1st arrondissement and surrounded by the 4th, 5th, and ...

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    When Is The Best Time Of The Year To Visit Paris?

    You’ve always wanted to visit Paris but you don’t know when you should go? You don’t have a specific time period in mind? Perfect! One of the great things about Paris is that it is a lively city no matter the time of the year, and each season has its own charm. Here, we will take a close look at each month ...

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    What to Visit in Paris During a Layover (7 to 12 hours)?

    Do you have some spare time before your next flight? We have selected a few activities to do in order to discover Paris quickly when you have a 7-12 hour layover.   Things to know: – Always check the time! You can register until 1 hour before departure time for most flights. You can board up to 40 minutes before the flight. ...

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    What Are The Costs of Living in Paris? List of Expenses Examples

    How much cost Paris? How much to expect to pay for your hotel, a restaurant or a coffee? Like a lot of capital cities, Paris is slightly more expensive (+13%) to live in than the rest of the country. We made a study for this article to give you as much examples as possible of the daily expenses to expect when you ...

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    10 Things to Do In Paris Far From The Tourists

    Paris is the most visited city in the world, which explains why there are always so many tourists. Symbolic monuments like the Eiffel Tower or Notre-Dame Cathedral often end up overcrowded. Under such circumstances, it is not easy to enjoy your holiday fully among the crowd and the sea of people. Nevertheless, it remains possible. Today, we suggest for you 10 things ...

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    Complete Guide to Taxis in Paris (Rates, Apps, Private Hire Vehicles, Precautions, etc.)

    Moving around Paris can be tedious and may disquiet those who are not accustomed to doing so. Although the public transport network is quite clear and functions well, it can frighten some of us. A taxi can then be a reliable solution, independent from the RATP (Paris’ public transport network) or SNCF’s (French train network) occasional hazards… So, how can we take ...

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    Is it Necessary to Rent a Car in Paris or is it Better to Use Public Transport?

    You have planned a little trip to Paris but you can’t choose between renting a car or taking public transport ? In this article, we will help you make the best choice according to your situation by comparing the different means of transport available in Paris !   Renting a car in Paris – is that a good idea?   Car renting ...

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    Nightlife

    35 Places To Go Out at Night in Paris (restaurants, bars, clubs)

    Paris is a big city (nothing new so far), with so many places to see you do not know where to go. How to choose between the most famous places, the most unknown, the hidden ones, and those you do not even begin to imagine … you still have a lot to see in the City of Lights. Refined restaurants, original pubs, ...

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    Alone and Safe in Paris : Our Advices for Solo Travelers

    When you travel by yourself, it is vital to be well organised if you want to avoid wandering on the streets, not knowing where to go or what to do. This is especially true in Paris where it is easy to get lost if you do not know the city well. Despite the fact that getting lost in Paris may provoke anxiety ...

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    What Do I Need to Know Before Visiting Paris for the First Time?

    Whether you are a foreigner or French, if you have never come to Paris, know that there a few little things to keep in mind. Nothing very restrictive but still useful to know in order to spend the best and most memorable time in Paris. From politeness to food, to basics, here is our advice for you for your first stay in ...

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    How Many Days Should I Visit Paris For?

    A trip always calls for organization. In a rich city such as Paris, you may find it difficult to organize. We spare you this heavy chore with a complete program adapted to the duration of your stay!   Visit Paris in 1 day: – What could be better than a stroll near the Eiffel Tower? Symbol of France, its view of the ...

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    Comparison of the best prepaid French SIM cards for tourists

    During a trip to France, it is often possible to use the Wi-Fi connection of the hotel you’re staying at. Additionally, some public places such as train stations and cafés now offer a free Wi-Fi connection. But since it is hard to predict what we might need at a designated moment of the trip and it can be hard to get access ...

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