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First time coming to visit Paris? How to make the most of your trip in this video with 10 practical tips from a local Parisian girl ;-) Also check out : - My 5 "go-to" restaurants in Paris : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0rPacSywaI - My 5 Favorite places in Paris on a rainy day : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnONrc2jrvA - What to do on a sunny day in Paris ep. #1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OAO3cJ1zzd4 Please subscribe to see more videos N'oubliez pas de vous abonner pour plus de vidéos  You can also check out my blog : Retrouvez-moi aussi sur mon blog : http://www.theparisasiangirl.com/blog 10 TIPS FOR VISITING PARIS : 1/ GETTING AROUND IN PARIS (metro, Uber) Paris Metro Mobile Apps : NEXT STOP PARIS : http://apple.co/2mc12ID METRO PARIS SUBWAY : http://apple.co/1j4fX33 MOOVIT : http://apple.co/2l9ZLUP 2/ BEWARE OF PICKPOCKETS 3/ WATCH OUT FOR DOG POOP 4/ EATING IN PARIS Michelin Guide : http://restaurant.michelin.fr/ LeFooding.com : http://www.lefooding.com/ La Fourchette : http://www.lafourchette.com 5/ OPENING HOURS FOR SHOPPING 6/ TIPPING IN FRANCE 7/ BE POLITE, SAY “BONJOUR” (“hello” in French) 8/ PLAN YOUR TRIPS TO THE TOILETS 9/ CHECK THE WEATHER 10/ BIG RED BUSES (Les Cars Rouges) & RIVERBOATS (Les Bâteaux Mouches) MUSIC CREDITS : « You had to be » E's Jammy Jams « Italian Afternoon » by Twin Musicom licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artiste : http://www.twinmusicom.org/ « Calypso Beach Walk » by Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions « Summer Sidewalk » by Audionautix licensed under Creative Commons Attribution (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artiste : http://audionautix.com/ « Coffee Stains » by Riot
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Corvid Pilkington (1 day ago)
Bonjour! Merci for the tips. I'm visiting your lovely city for New Years and probably need all the tips I can get haha. I wish I had a less busy time I could visit to really take it in without the throngs of other tourists, but I'm sure it will still be amazing.
Chew Chew Train (13 days ago)
Helpful video! Merci.
a niu (1 month ago)
One big tip, to be polite in french is to show respect and not to be overly 'fakely' friendly. The customer is not King but more likely to be treated as a guest.
Tian Liu (1 month ago)
Thank you for the tips, my wife and I love your French. You made French sound more romantic. Wish I can ran into you next year.
A Millennials Diary (2 months ago)
Awesome video! merci beaucoup! :*
Edilienne Henriquez (2 months ago)
Going to paris in about 2 months 💕 I cant wait
Follow My Obsession (2 months ago)
Thanks for the video! I'm so excited and can't wait to visit Paris a few months from now.
Ferry Anolin (3 months ago)
Dog poop!
ExtremeRecluse (3 months ago)
Go to grocery stores to get your food.
Nathan Ness (3 months ago)
You lost me at 'hipster,' a word bastardized by the yuppies, who want more than anything to understand the mind of a 'hipster,' be in the 'hip' places, but fail to understand that their presence - the presence of the yuppies, the plebeian beige- in said places indicates the doom of anything 'hip,' whatever that word even means. ***sigh
Nathan Ness (3 months ago)
That sounded mean, sorry. These are my own issues. Your handle -Parisasian- is very clever.
Tim Cheng (4 months ago)
Just went to Paris, stayed for 1 week. Its got the history and great sights (and you gotta see the Mona Lisa right?), but it was shockingly dirty. Old, dried poop on the sidewalks. Graffiti is everywhere. Homeless people. Traffic is horrible, by car it takes 30-40 mins to go 5 miles. During rush hour, scooters are jumping the curb and mixing with pedestrians to get around the standstill. If you take Eurostar from London to Gare du Nord, look out the windows when you arrive... I was thinking, is this Compton or is this the City of Love? That all said, there are so many sights to see, that you must go. Just preparing you for what they DONT tell you! I would recommend the Seine river cruise and the Musee d'Orsay, 2 highpoints for us. One last thing, the Louvre.. get there at 9-10am, no later, otherwise theres about 10 million people in it, lol.
Mike C (4 months ago)
you're shit hot....nice video
Frida Larsen (4 months ago)
Bonjour! 😉 Thank you very much for the video and the description! I feel more confident now 🙏🏼
Ivanka2024 for POTUS (4 months ago)
Are these still valid hi from Toronto
Phuoc Nguyen Huu (4 months ago)
These tips are very useful ! Thanks for your kind!
Richelle Agbayani (4 months ago)
bonjour et merci!!! the tips great, would you happen to have any regarding traveling with a toddler and a child?
shir kehila (5 months ago)
Why do you recommend disneyland on tuesdays and thursdays?
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cap4life1 (5 months ago)
most useful guide for paris i've seen
Foxes on the Go (5 months ago)
Thank you for the tips! My family and I recently got back from a 3 week European vacation where we visited the country town of Belluwood and Paris. We loved France and can't wait to go back and explore more. :)
Felix Qt (5 months ago)
Coming from a fellow Asian have you ever felt alienated there? Someone told me there isn’t very much asians
Imani Safi (5 months ago)
Pardon... You are a Madam not mademoiselle... I just noticed your wedding pics in background😄 So extra question... What are great places to visit outside of metro Paris for families?... I love learning about other cultures so I like going to countrysides and not always the tourist areas but still want to be safe. Trying to get my hubby and teen son on a fabulous educational vacation.
Imani Safi (5 months ago)
Merci beaucoup Mlle... Very nice suggestions and insight. Do you have tips on relocating and finding work and rentals? What areas are still safe but not as expensive?
Xia Shi (5 months ago)
Hi, Thanks for the info. I am visiting for 3 days. do you recommend ParisCityPass or ParisPass? thx
JTrost1234 (6 months ago)
You look Oriental, but you are very pretty.
Rizy GM (6 months ago)
Thanks dear it's really informative. Please guide that we are coming to Paris this june on 21 so what would be the weather for kids as we are living in Pakistan, so here weather is hot means very hot. So should we bring jackets ? And is it rainy in june?
Agent (6 months ago)
Very informative! We’re going in August. This will be my 2nd time in Paris but I hope to enjoy it more this time & be leas touristy since I already saw the major attractions before. 😊
Donna Alexander (6 months ago)
When is the vacation zone in Paris? We will be traveling to Paris in early July.
Andrew Prior (6 months ago)
Great tips and I love your style. Merci for a great video and hopefully I might see you out and about in the city sometime.
Chef Vegán (6 months ago)
I will be visiting in August! Thanks for the helpful tips :)
Jean Richard (6 months ago)
Thank you so very much
Abhishek Nabar (6 months ago)
Very helpful. Thanks
Anna Butler (6 months ago)
Heading there today
Pia Crawley (7 months ago)
Thanks for the tips. Very helpful
DanVsWorld (7 months ago)
hahaaha The Parisasian girl! Nice play on words I love it!
FlyDorsch (7 months ago)
I'm going to Paris tomorrow and this was really helpful. I'm definitely going to check out the restaurant guides and maybe the boot tour :) merci beaucoup
rumeur21 (7 months ago)
The most informative video for first-time visitors!!!! Merci beaucoup! :)
Becky Winn (7 months ago)
Bonjour! What;s the best way to get from Chas. DeGaulle Airport to Paris with 4 pcs of luggage! Taxi? Is there a more dependable taxi company?
clint gerald (7 months ago)
loved the city :) This is my 5-day itinerary. https://www.pjazzaregina.com/5-day-paris-itinerary
luv2travel2000 (8 months ago)
Great advice! Thank you.
shweta srivastava (8 months ago)
Very informative video. Please let me know if you have any idea where to stay in Paris.
Ranjana Sharma (9 months ago)
Bonjour! Thank you so much for sharing the tips and the Bonus tip :) I shall be visiting Paris on a solo trip soon. Could you make a video on some tips for solo female travelers? Thanks in advance :)
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Thanks for your video idea suggestion! I don't think I'll have time to make that video any time soon though, sorry... but the tips I already gave in my 1st video were quite female-travelers-appropriate, too? What kind of tips / advice would you want to hear?
Carola in Paris (9 months ago)
I have been living here for 6 months and still found your video so helpful. I will use your tips to find better restaurants. I had amazing food and horrible food in Paris.
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Yeah... you do have to do your research otherwise touristy places can be quite bad... :-/
Hazel T (9 months ago)
How much is Uber in Paris please? (:
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
It depends on the distance you do, I guess? But it is largely used by Parisians!
Hazel T (9 months ago)
Thank you! Do we need air con or heater or none in mid September Paris?
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Normally, you shouldn't need any!
Mariam Elias (9 months ago)
Very helpful Thank you😊 can't wait for my trip
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Hope you'll have a wonderful time in Paris !
Nicole Whitman (9 months ago)
Excellent!!! Thank you!
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
You're welcome ! My pleasure :)
Julie Davies (9 months ago)
Bonjour! Thanks for the good advice!
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
De rien ! ;-)
Rodimus Prime (10 months ago)
i'm from paris i don't need this video
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Good for you !
Latasha James (10 months ago)
Very helpful, thanks for these tips!
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
You're welcome ;-) glad to help!
Linda Stitches (10 months ago)
Bonjour! Are the riverboats expensive? Your video is very helpful. Merci!
Alvydas Kalnas (10 months ago)
https://www.pariscroisieres.fr/croisieres/bateaux-mouches/ you can check this web site. Bon journée :)
Linda Stitches (10 months ago)
Are the Riverboats expensive?
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Around 13,50€ for adults and 6€ for children for a 1-hour cruise !
Kevin Ton (10 months ago)
Bonjour, great tips. Thank you!
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
You're welcome ;)
Maysa Gettingfit (10 months ago)
Awesome vid thanks for the great advices Keep up the good work!
The Parisasian Girl (8 months ago)
Thanks :)
isama altaein (10 months ago)
Thank you ,great tips
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
you're welcome! Hope it helps ;-)
Sandip Basu Mallik (10 months ago)
Nice video ! I went there in 2016 December . But Paris metro is very complicated have many lines with different colour I suggest tourist must get metro map and must understand the flow. Else it will be difficult and have to keep asking other .
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
Thank you! I actually think that the Parisian metro is well-organized and covers pretty well the whole city... But for that, of course there are many lines... Although once you get the gist. But I must admit sometimes when there are problems on the line due to incidents or strikes it can be very annoying!
Roman Around The World (11 months ago)
So many great tips. Can't wait to arrive.
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
Hope you'll have a great time in our beautiful capital! ;-)
Tanya1976ism (11 months ago)
Boujour et merci!
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
Bonjour à toi et de rien :)
Keira Okami (11 months ago)
Hi! We are going to Paris in a few months with Eftours through my school, and I was wondering if the touristy places are less busy on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Also would you happen to know if Sainte-Chapelle is a good place to visit if we have free time after the Louvre and Notre Dome, I've heard it's beautiful but is it realistic in an aspect of time management. Also, how is the weather in late March?
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
Hi! I would say the less busy days are Tuesdays and Thursdays. But not Wednesdays as the kids are off-school that day! Concerning the Sainte Chapelle, it is geographically not far at all from Notre Dame or the Louvre (by metro), but although you can visit Notre Dame quite "quickly", I don't know for sure how long the queue can take... As far as the Louvre is concerned, it really is a huge museum, so I guess it depends if you just want to spend an hour and get a glimpse of the Mona Lisa or to stay half a day and really immerse yourself in all the areas... Late March, the weather can be tricky, sometimes it can be rainy, sometimes sunny, and we have what we French people call "les giboulées de mars" (which translates as "blasts of March") which is a mix of all season in a day : rain - sun - hail - wind... all in one day! So I guess I hope you get lucky and have a nice weather when you'll be coming but we can't predict for sure. If you are lucky, you could have nice weather around 10-15°C... or else you could have rain!
isa happy (11 months ago)
Bonsoir ! Merci! Super - clear and accurate -
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
De rien, merci !
Eurodollar tv (11 months ago)
hello Parisasian girl i heard that over there at Paris it is cheaper to order whatever they have on the menu for that day instate ordering whatever you want to eat from the menu like in the USA . is that true? thanks.
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
It depends on which kind of restaurants you go to and what kind of food you order. For instance if you are in a casual typical brasserie, the "dish of the day" might be cheaper than ordering something "à la carte", but not as cheap as if you order something like a "Croque Monsieur" (French cheese and ham toast with salad or fries on the side) or sometimes a salad. But if you go in a proper restaurant (not a brasserie-style), or a fancier restaurant, you usually have a "menu" which is a formula with starter + main + dessert or starter + main or main + dessert which is cheaper than if you order everything "à la carte". In some restaurants, everything is included within this formula as well. But usually, the "menu du jour" (or "menu of the day") is for lunch only, and it is less expensive than at dinner. In fancier restaurants, or Michelin - starred restaurants, the lunch formula of the day (sometimes also called "Menu du marché" which means that the menu is based the fresh local seasonal produce from the market) can be 50% cheaper than the price at dinner. Hope it helps and sorry for the delayed answer to your question!
My'kia Perater (1 year ago)
you use tobe my old teacher at 52 school its mykia
kattasarithaa (1 year ago)
Very nice video. We r planning to visit paris in jan 9th.we can use your tips
The Parisasian Girl (10 months ago)
Thanks! Hope my video was helpful and that you enjoyed your trip!
kattasarithaa (1 year ago)
Very nice information
Flight Of Spice Blog (1 year ago)
Im so addicted to travel! #Gypset
Erik (1 year ago)
Thanks for the tips. My wife and I have been watching your videos in prep for our trip next month. Keep them coming!!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome! I'm always glad I can give some useful advice to people coming to visit Paris. I'm not as fast for making new videos on Paris as they do take quite some time for gathering enough footage but I'll definitely continue ! Hope you will have a nice trip in Paris ;-)
grand unified (1 year ago)
I've been there numerous times, I've found people quite polite & dog waist is rare , at least compared to where i come from.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
I guess it also depends on the area you go to! Of course certain arrondissements and neighborhoods are more / less clean than others. And if you've only encountered polite people in Paris, that's great!
Juan Diego Ramírez (1 year ago)
Bonjour! and thanks for the video! it was really usefull. it is going to be my first time in Paris
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome! Hope my tips will be helpful and you'll have a great time in Paris!
Michael Harrison (1 year ago)
Thank you for the tips! Much needed for my trip in November. How do you spell the second restaurant guide website you mentioned? Please & thank you.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome ! Thanks for mentioning it, I just put all the links in the infobox, here are the websites I talked about in my "restaurants tip" : Michelin Guide : http://restaurant.michelin.fr/ LeFooding.com : http://www.lefooding.com/ La Fourchette : http://www.lafourchette.com
L Jeffers (1 year ago)
Best tips so far, thanks so much!!!!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome, thanks very much! ;-)
Andrea Ryan (1 year ago)
I'll be there in a little over a week for the first time. Thanks for the tips!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome! Hope you enjoy Paris! (and hope the weather is going to be nice, too..!)
Hadassah Nay (1 year ago)
Bonjour, I love this video. I have been to Paris twice and loved it. On my second visit, someone tried pickpocket me. That was not a cool experience.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Bonjour! Yeah.. pickpockets unfortunately in Paris are a real problem... Paris is a wonderful city but it is not flawless... I'm glad you loved it anyway! Just have to always keep an eye on your stuff and be cautious in public spaces and transportation.
Ivan Boldyrev (1 year ago)
Bonjour ! Thank you for video! Could you, s'il vous plaît, add mentioned websites to description? P. S. I was in Paris month ago and enjoyed every day. :) Your video is very useful, and very well done. :)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi! Sorry, did I forget to mention a website that was in my video in the description box?... I'll check this out. Glad I could help, hope you spent a nice time in Paris!
supergail (1 year ago)
This is amazing! I'm glad to find this video before my trip to Paris. Thanks for the tips.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome! Have a great time in Paris :)
putri permatasari (1 year ago)
your tips really help me since i will be traveling to Paris in November. Can you share a bit about the weather ? Thanks!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi ! Glad I can help ;-) It is quite difficult to guess how the weather is going to be in November as it is a transitional month towards winter... it might be quite cold or rainy already, or the weather could not be as harsh if autumn lingers on... it really depends if winter is coming soon or later this year. Either way it will probably be in the 10°C something (or less on colder or rainy days) but I don't think it can usually reach 20°C at this time of the year (unless you are lucky and experience an exceptional sunny time in November). Anyway, don't forget to check the weather before packing up! ;-)
Anna Levina-Zubarev (1 year ago)
Bonjour! Such great tips! Loved everything you said as I'm sure this will become so helpful to me while I'll be in Paris very soon!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
I'm glad if my video is helpful :) Have a nice trip in Paris!
Lianna N (1 year ago)
thanks for the tips! first time going to Paris and a little nervous!!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome :)
Nubianette (1 year ago)
Very good for the 1st time traveler!
Quyenth (1 year ago)
Thank you for your helpful tips! My Husband and I are going to Paris for the first time in June (25th Wedding Anniversary). Can't wait. My question is where should we stay...I would like a view of the E.T. from our room. TIA. Blessings!!!
jill Massa (9 months ago)
Quyenth (1 year ago)
The Parisasian Girl Merci!!!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Happy anniversary! Paris is indeed a very romantic city (if you go to the right places :-)) If you want a view on the Eiffel Tower, of course some hotels can offer a beautiful view, usually the more luxurious one, and it's usually mentioned on their website when you choose the room. Otherwise, you can also search the Airbnb for an apartment with a view of the Eiffel Tower, it is often even displayed on the title / name of the ad as it is a great feature for any traveller... good luck and I hope you have a wonderful trip!
aleyna sur (1 year ago)
Tip : don't look for someone who speaks english. 😂😂
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Well it really depends on who you talk to! Mostly people who are younger would have a better English than the older generation, excluding of course the people who work at restaurants and touristic places who are expected to speak English because of their job. French are not the best at English if considering Europe in general, but we do speak far better English than in Asian countries in general (except for places like Hong Kong, etc.).
corrs301 (1 year ago)
Thanks again 😊
corrs301 (1 year ago)
Hi again, can you tell me about Hôtel La Comtesse by Elegancia , this is actually where we are intending to stay when we visit Paris, is it at least near to major attractions like Eiffel tower which is the number one in my bucket list :) any suggestions as to which hotel is nice, but reasonable competitive rates, just when you have time to reply to me :) this is the farthest travel me and my hubby will be doing so we are kinda excited but more so scared of making a mistake choosing which hotel to stay or would you suggest to just go with the travel agency? not sure if its going to cost more for us. :)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome :)
Tim Yoon (1 year ago)
Great video. Helpful.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Thanks! Glad that's helpful :)
corrs301 (1 year ago)
love your tips :) appreciated much... can you let me know if month of March is a good time to visit Paris? im more concerned about the weather for that month?
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Thanks :-) Well.. weather can be quite unpredictable in France, especially in Paris.. Some years spring is quite sunny, sometimes it can be quite rainy... Very hard to tell in advance, you have to check the weather forecast the week before coming. Surely summer is a good season (although it can be rainy some days even in June, July or August...), and in general Paris is so much more enjoyable when the sun is out!
MiracleTime (1 year ago)
Hi Jane thank you very much for sharing your tips! we are planning to visit and was wondering if credit cards are regularly accepted? If yes, is Visa, or Mastercard more common?
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi! You're welcome, I'm glad if it helps :) Yes credit cards are commonly accepted in Paris, either Visa or Mastercard. Amex are not always accepted, though. In bakery shops and fresh produce markets you might need cash, also!
James Stewart (1 year ago)
Great video! Helpful stuff on pickpockets! Question: I cannot have caffeine but love coffee. Can I order decaf in Paris? (Je parle un peu de francais!)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi James, thanks for watching :-) sure you can order decaf in Paris, no problem, it's called a "déca" !
networkn (1 year ago)
Bonjour! Thanks for your tips, much appreciated. I am a foodie and we are in Paris in just over a week for 8 days. Very excited to visit. I have waited my whole life for it.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Don't forget to make reservations then ;-) There are so many things to see, places to visit, good spots to eat... Enjoy your time!
networkn (1 year ago)
Thanks, we will be there in just 48 hours (30 hours travelling). We are very excited. I have about 30 places I want to eat at and try things.
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome! I guess you must be in Paris now, or very soon, I hope you'll enjoy the city as much as possible! You're lucky this year the summer weather has arrived soon!
RedwoodGeorge (1 year ago)
Merci beaucoup. Mon premiere visite a Paris est dans quatre semaines... (Also my very, very old High School French is very rusty, so I'm practicing :-)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
De rien ! j'espère que tu vas aimer Paris et suivre quelques-uns de mes conseils / bons plans ! N'hésite pas à commenter ici si tu as testé certains plans et que tu as apprécié ! ;-)
Fhaiypreen A (1 year ago)
I'm going to France next month and your video is really helpful. Thank you so much :)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're very welcome! Glad my videos could help!
Vivian Patrick (1 year ago)
Thank you so much for this video! I am coming to Paris for 2 months, and your advice calmed my nerves a ton!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome ;-) Hope you'll enjoy Paris despite the cultural 'jet lag' !
Dot Thurman (1 year ago)
Great tips..
Adrian Hinojos (1 year ago)
which are the webpages that you recommend to eat? (the hisoter guide and the mainstream one hahaha please)
Adrian Hinojos (1 year ago)
The Parisasian Girl merci beaucoup!
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Oh, and for a more mainstream restaurants guide, there is https://www.lafourchette.com/ (LeFooding is the Hipster guide, in case you didn't guess...)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi Adrian! I would definitely recommend the website LeFooding : http://www.lefooding.com/en The most 'hipster' neighbordhood in Paris is le Marais, but for cheap drinks, I wouldn't guarantee it... I actually don't exactly know about the cheaper drinks as I'm more a foodie type of girl ;-) I prefer restaurants over bars! But I would say that Parisians like to hang out in the 11th arrondissement a lot too, around Bastille to have drinks! But of course there are also many other areas (Grands Boulevards / Bonne Nouvelle...) but I wouldn't be able to recommend any specific place... You can also check out this website for more ideas: https://www.doitinparis.com/en/sortir-paris
Adrian Hinojos (1 year ago)
and also the hipster neighborhood to get cheap good drinks
Malik Barrow (1 year ago)
I see your channel is fairly new. Great video! I plan on visiting Paris soon, and you've given me much useful information. Also, the production quality of your video is very clean. I hope your channel continues to pick up momentum, and more videos about life in Paris or tips like this would be cool. Thanks! -Malik Los Angeles, CA
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Thanks Malik, all your kind words are really appreciated! I haven't had time to post new videos about Paris for a little while but I have a series of videos coming soon ;-) Hope you'll enjoy it, I just need to get some more footage to share with you guys, which is not always easy between my job and my channel... ;-) See you very soon for some fresh new videos!
Karyn Cowperthwaite (1 year ago)
Bonjour! ( Sorry I'm going to Paris on July 4th and trying to get in the habit of using french when I can) So I was wondering if you've ever traveled out of country and can help on how to fight jet lag/time changes (Im coming from Seattle on a direct flight) Also in Paris are there any 'American' places to eat in case we get tired (not in a rude way) of french food? Merci!!
jill Massa (9 months ago)
Karyn Cowperthwaite
Briana elome (1 year ago)
Karyn Cowperthwaite I'm going July 3rd !! 😄
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi Karyn! Sure, I've been to the States before :) For jetlag, I would recommend when you are flying to sleep as you can (depending of course on what is your departure and arrival time) if you are going to land in the beginning or middle of the day. In that case, when you land in Paris, try to push through the end of the day without taking a nap, so that when your body finally gets a full night of sleep, it resets itself to the right time in France! But of course, if you arrive at the end of the day in Paris, you wouldn't need to sleep as much on the plane so that you can still sleep through the night when you land in France... Of course there are so many places you can eat American style food! In "Le Marais" (one of the most trendy area in Paris to hang out), there is the "Breakfast in America" : http://breakfast-in-america.com/?lang=en which looks like a little American dinner, there is the "Paris New York Burger" : http://www.pny-hamburgers.fr/locations-2/ and the Big Fernand : http://bigfernand.com/adresses/#france&paris These are for the best gourmet burgers in Paris. Every ingredient tailored to perfection, home made, etc... But if you just want to grab a quick average burger, there are also many Mac Donald's around and a European burger fast food franchise, "Quick". Hope you have a wonderful trip in Paris!
sanchitddeshmukh1995 (1 year ago)
bonjour, I'll be visiting Paris in the coming week....for 3 days....I would really like to know if all the destinations in paris require an entry ticket.....I heard there are long ques ....what do you suggest ?
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
You're welcome :)
sanchitddeshmukh1995 (1 year ago)
ah.. that helps. Je vous remercie :)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
For museums, yes, you will need entry tickets! For churches like Notre-Dame, no, the entry is free. If you want to avoid queues, try to book your tickets online in advance! :-) Have a nice trip in Paris!
Stephanie Kelly (1 year ago)
Great video! 💕 Love your tips. I am going to in November. What is the best way to pay, cash or card?
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi Stephanie :) Welcome to my channel! in Paris, most of the stores do accept cards. But not always the Amex (usually they always take Visa or Mastercard). The bigger the store / restaurant / shop is, the more chances that they take cards! For little shops like bakery shops, little counters, etc. either they don't take the card, or there is a minimum amount (even in restaurants they sometimes take it with a minimum amount around 10 to 15€). Hope you'll enjoy your stay in Paris :)
Caroline Baril (1 year ago)
Merci pour les trucs ! Je vais à Paris pour la deuxième fois (1ère fois seule!) dans quelques jours et j'ai bien hâte de m'y promener et d'y découvrir, surtout, la bouffe ! Quels arrondissements me conseilles-tu ( ou bien les gens dans les commentaires ) pour une bonne bouffe, pas trop cher, pleine de diversité? Je veux aussi bien sûr essayer des classiques français, la tartiflette, St-Honoré, cassoulet.... ahhh. En tout les cas, merci du vidéo !
jill Massa (9 months ago)
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The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Bonjour Caroline, enchantée :) et de rien ! Je vais te répondre moi-même car pas assez de personnes qui commentent j'ai bien peur ^^;... Tout d'abord, tu peux aller voir ma vidéo "My 5 go-to restaurants in Paris" pour des idées de resto "à la cool", en mode "casual" (ou j'aime bien aller le midi aussi) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0rPacSywaI En fait il y a tellement de bonnes adresses réparties dans tout Paris que c'est difficile de se focaliser sur des "quartiers" en termes de restos... Le mieux est encore de chercher le resto plutôt que le quartier ! Manger à Paris est bien sûr beaucoup moins cher à midi, surtout dans les restos un peu plus créatifs qui facturent plus cher le soir... et aussi attention, beaucoup de ces "perles" ferment le lundi ! Pour les classiques je te recommanderais : pour les crêpes, le Breizh Café dans le Marais (il faut appeler le matin pour réserver) et le Candelma dans le 6e ; pour du néo-bistrot bon rapport qualité/prix : Pierre Sang in Oberkampf, le Richer, l'Office, le Café Constant, l'Abri (et plein d'autres mais là j'en cite seulement quelques-uns) ; pour un restaurant parisien + classique : le Lazare d'Eric Fréchon, Chez les Anges, Le Clos des Gourmets ; le Chalet Savoyard pour une raclette / tartiflette (mais c'est plutôt une spécialité des montagnes qu'on déguste quand on part skier ! ou alors à la maison avec sa machine à raclette en invitant des amis...), pour les pâtisseries il y a tellement l’embarras du choix… Par exemple la Pâtisserie des Rêves de Cyril Lignac, ou les pâtisseries de Christophe Michalak (Champion du Monde de Pâtisserie), le Café Angelina est très connu pour le cadre « Belle Epoque » mais extrêmement prisé des touristes (les pâtisseries sont bonnes mais on reste dans le classique traditionnel). En boulangeries pareil, il y a énormément de bons endroits à Paris, comme « Du Pain et des Idées » pas loin de la place de la République qui font des viennoiseries délicieuses ! En termes de quartier, je dirais que le quartier Grands Boulevards / Bonne Nouvelle rassemble une concentration assez exceptionnelle de très bons restos, et que le quartier Opéra / Pyramides est très connu pour avoir les restos japonais authentiques de Paris (sinon les restos de suhis sont souvent tenus par des chinois à Paris…). Voilà ce qui me vient comme ça à l’esprit, mais je compte faire des vidéos sur ce sujet prochainement ! Si tu as une demande + précise pour un type de cuisine / une spécialité particulière que tu aimerais goûter, n’hésite pas à me demander et j’essaierai de te donner quelques bonnes adresses !
Pikxies (1 year ago)
Hi! im visiting with family during easter. your guides are very helpful. is it possible to put link for the food guide please? thank you
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi, thanks! Welcome to Paris, spring sunshine has finally kicked in so I hope you'll enjoy the beautiful weather in paris for Easter ;-) I have a video about my 5 'go-to restaurants' or casual eating in Paris! I'm planning on doing more about more specific themes in the future, but if you would like any more specific advice for when you'll be around, I'd be glad to help!
InDoCinD (1 year ago)
Paris ♥
Agustinus Gunawan (1 year ago)
Bonjour! Thanks for the useful tips. Could you please write the blog that you suggest on eating in Paris? Thanks :)
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Hi ! You can now check out my new video on My 5 "go-to places" to eat in Paris :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0rPacSywaI
The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Yup sure! New video about "5 of my go-to places to eat in Paris" coming soon! I'll be also doing series of "Favorite restaurants in Paris" with different themes like "where to eat French gastronomy / italian / japanese / French specialties..." etc. ;-) stay tuned for those videos to come!
inukimekoinukimeko (1 year ago)
Loved the advice for the shopping areas and the eating places. Thanks!
jill Massa (9 months ago)
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The Parisasian Girl (1 year ago)
Thanks ! Did you see my video on m 5 Favorite Places to go in Paris on a rainy day in which I talk about some good spots to see in Paris ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VnONrc2jrvA&t=25s

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