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Read the Blog to Learn More: https://woltersworld.com/what-you-need-to-know-before-you-visit-paris/ What should you know before you visit Paris? Here we cover where to stay in Paris, what to eat in Paris, hot to get around the city with public transportation, when are the best times to visit Paris, the best sights to see in Paris. Basically everything you would want to know about Paris as a tourist, travelers or first time visitor to the French capital. What you should know before you visit Paris, France Filmed in Paris, France Copyright Mark Wolters 2018 Read the Blog Version Here https://woltersworld.com/what-you-need-to-know-before-you-visit-paris/ 10 Shocks of Visiting Paris https://youtu.be/x7EwLnUkzfw 10 Shocks of Visiting France https://youtu.be/qoX798oUsf8 5 Tips for Visiting Paris https://youtu.be/KesHLdz3j_Q Basic French Phrases for Tourists https://youtu.be/HgIm25zWALQ 5 Honest Travel Tips for France https://youtu.be/eY3BNr6FRZY Is Paris Safe? https://youtu.be/Hj4u2Pdm590 USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014 FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014 Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at http://www.woltersworld.com/shop Our Gear: Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive. https://amzn.to/2N0BStX Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one. https://amzn.to/2NEyhTC Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world. https://amzn.to/2ujfUdR Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel. https://amzn.to/2NEuu8S Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices. https://amzn.to/2NFpT67 Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers. Follow Us At http://www.facebook.com/woltersworld http://www.twitter.com/woltersworld http://www.instagram.com/woltersworld http://www.youtube.com/woltersworld http://www.woltersworld.com
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NANCY411000 (5 days ago)
Thanks !
ธา รา (7 days ago)
Can't wait to visit Paris.🗼
allu pala (9 days ago)
avoid paris is very dangerous!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-9bbQpO-H0
W/L winner Loser (15 days ago)
I live in Paris don’t come here it’s too dangerous
Joseph Gallegos (23 days ago)
Get ready paris Josiah and his dad r comin for Xmas 2019!
Joseph Gallegos (23 days ago)
Unless we're in tokyo
Noah Moseley (23 days ago)
Thanks, Mark. Lots of great tips in this video. I'll be in Paris in late December and I do learn a lot by watching your videos before I travel. https://europeanvacationswithnoah.blogspot.com/2018/11/videos-of-paris.html
Most africans and migrants are from former France colonies and they speak good french. so now they are crying that there are too much Africans in paris but they didnt cried when they were colonizing Africa and stealing their resources. THE FRENCH ,ENGLISH AND DUTCH RAPED, LOOTED ALL THE COLONIES IN AFRICA AND ASIA .........filthy french hypocrites!..KARMA !....The French and English and Americans are destroying the middle east! supporting the terrorist groups like isis !
slak maltigo (28 days ago)
Do you tip in france?
slak maltigo (6 days ago)
+Indy Cyclist oh okay I will keep that in mind. Thank you very much. I will be there this week!
Indy Cyclist (6 days ago)
For some reason, tipping in France is a divisive topic among travel sites and travel blogs. Some people say French dining has a history of tipping and others say to not even consider it. But like most of Europe, tipping isn't an obligation but it isn't going to be seen as offensive if it is done. 5-10% should be more than enough in most situations.
Not a Furry (1 month ago)
When I visited a hotel in Paris, it was right next to the Eiffel Tower and a kilometer away from champs de elesyus
Ivett Gömöri (1 month ago)
I traveled a lot in this year and before every trip i watched your videos. In January i’m going to visit this beautiful city and what was the first which i did? I watched your video about Paris!!!! Thank you!!!!
Rochel Brekan (1 month ago)
@ check out Paris in under 1 minute! I clipped together my experience there and had a fantastic time
wetraveloften (1 month ago)
Hi Wolter! We really enjoy your videos! They are informative and give the traveler great information - not just about the sights, but about handy and useful things. Can you tell me why you and your family choose Montmartre? Also, I have read that some parts are a little sleazy. What do you recommend? Thank you in advance for any advice you may offer.
Indy Cyclist (6 days ago)
I think this is a great video about the "shocks" of Paris from a guy who has lived there. He has a lot of great videos about the good of Paris, but he made this one so people have realistic expectations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewe-Su4s4Es&t=562s Basically some people come expecting Disneyland and are surprised to find it a hustling and bustling (and dirty) city, just like NYC or London.
Ce Nonya (1 month ago)
You seem a bit desperate and show-offish. Cringe.
Seeking the Trinity (1 month ago)
Yeah, while at church check out God! He’s been waiting for you to show up😇!
I speak creole so I know but thank you or merci
neola thompson (1 month ago)
I'm half french and I go to france every year since I was born. My favourite thing to do in france is see my family and cousins but i can't eat cheese. I'm lactose Intollerant... I do loads more in france though... I know a little bit of french because i go to french classes and clubs but they only speak french when they are teaching... My favourite place in france is Macon and Lyon. I'm in Macon while writing this btw. I am from England but I then moved to Canada and stuff then went to live in Australia then we went back to England...
Svetlana Orlova (1 month ago)
Nobody is asking, but probably should... what is the public restroom situation in Paris? :)
Indy Cyclist (6 days ago)
Admittedly I went in 2004 ish. I remember there being kind of nice public toilets out in public areas like near parks and whatnot. You usually have to put a Euro in, you go in, use it, and then you go out and it performs an automatic wash.
Funnytextmessages (1 month ago)
5:48 it sounds like he said "bullshit"😂
Ashley Lauren (1 month ago)
Thank you for another great travel video! Question...is there a good amount of Vegetarian options for food?
Indy Cyclist (1 month ago)
There seem to be a lot of comments from people who've never been to Paris or don't realize that Paris is a major city and as many of the benefits and pitfalls that any major city has. Great, your hometown of Kokomo, Minnesota is spotless. Paris, NYC, London, it is a little bit larger than Kokomo. I think a few more people visit those places than Kokomo.
Nida Khan (1 month ago)
What about the Halal food for muslims? Do you have any idea where can muslims get halal food easily in Paris. Please help if youhave frequent visits to Paris. Thanks in advance Very helpful video 👍
el bentos (11 days ago)
There are a lot of Halal foodshop (butchers for instance) available as Paris has a great variety of people. (Even if that hurts some alt right scum)
Hey wassupp (1 month ago)
I’m from Houston and seeing sketchy black people and run down buildings is kind of normal here so i should be fine there if what everybody is saying is true
Cassandra Gabsgirl (2 months ago)
Hi Mark. Any suggestions for a new year's eve dinner with kids? Are there dinner buffet set-up which may be easier if i have teen-agers and toddlers alike with me. Thanks.
Carole S (2 months ago)
I just discovered "Wolter's World" (shouldn't it have an apostrophe?) tonight while searching on youtube for tips and suggestions by an EXPERIENCED traveler (besides Rick Steven, whom I LOVE, but I was deviating a bit) and happened upon WWorld!! What a great find! I love his friendly (like Rick) demeanor, his delivery of spectacular advice, and must say, he (again like Rick does for me) really makes me want to 'cross the pond' more than ever!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Wolters World (2 months ago)
Thank you Carol. I'm guessing it was the smart type that switched Steves to steven. I am glad you found us :) and the apostrophe would be Wolters' World (Wolters is my family name) :) big travel hug and great travels to you!
Carole S (2 months ago)
* OF COURSE, meant to say Rick STEVES in my first sentence! NOT Rick STEVEN!! PLEASE PARDON MY GOOFY TYPO!! :)) - Carole S
Barbara colon (2 months ago)
Hello I just watched your video and loved it . Can you please tell me how I can travel from Paris to Rome
Wolters World (2 months ago)
Easyjet or Ryanair
Edward P (2 months ago)
What is a 'cool' church ? :-)
Muhah hahaa (2 months ago)
Do yourselves a favor and visit other places in europe. Even the police in paris are rude as hell. Me and my friends wanted to ask em for some directions in english. They understood what we said nd answered in french and then ignored us. And to top it all, they cussed our asses at the end lol. And lets not talk about the ppl in there...
L (2 months ago)
Really liked this thank you XX
Julia Bakowski (2 months ago)
Paris is the vibe. Just hang out. Walk around. Paris is a universe.
Paris Music Tales (2 months ago)
nice video :)
MRios1128 (2 months ago)
Refugees have ruined Europe
HangWithAng (2 months ago)
I’m so glad I read up about Paris before going. I had this young girl stop me wanting me to sign a petition. She asked for a donation at first and then she said it was ok when I said I didn’t have any money. She said she still wanted me to sign it. I told her sorry and started to talk away. But then I see a bunch of girls running towards me. I turned and walked backwards facing them and told them “no” sternly.
demis met (2 months ago)
stay awsome dude your the best
Rubaida Allen (2 months ago)
I love your videos!! Great, fantastic advice!!!
Alejandro Alcantar (2 months ago)
Your videos are great! Thank you! Would you have any restaurant recommendations where I can get the best bang for my buck?? Greeting from Mexico!
Anita Chung (2 months ago)
Thx a lot so informative! I’m going to london-Paris next month. You have a beautiful wife n kids by the way.
Josh Fuentes (2 months ago)
Was just in Paris in the beginning of September. It was my wife, 3 year old, and I & we loved it:D We stayed in the 20th and didn’t run into any trouble at all. But we were well aware of our surroundings the whole time. We took the metro everywhere and the Parisians were extremely nice and helpful:)
Whomag Multimedia, LLC (3 months ago)
Great video. Broken down well. Thanks!
Karla Bisono (3 months ago)
I have a 8hrs layover, what is the best thing to do and how long should i be back to catch flight.
I'm possessed by a ditto (3 months ago)
Paris is just an African city in Europe lol
I heard that queuing was a peculiarly Brit thing so when I went to Paris I tested this theory out. And its true! I went into a big supermarket and just barged my way to the front of all the people waiting to pay for their items at the till, and apart from some tutting and icy looks, and someone angrily saying something in French at me, no one did anything! Its great!
orysya levytska (3 months ago)
Hi, what is the name of the location, were you stay all the time?
L (2 months ago)
Think it's the Montmartre area
T-unit (3 months ago)
france is by fare the shittest destination iv been everything is crap expensive rood i promise dont give a penny to france they hungry cunts especialy the police very aggresive soldiers with guns fucking shit
Pas d'idée de pseudo (1 month ago)
France or Paris?
capio78 (3 months ago)
Why you talk so fucking fast?
Kamilla Iqbal (3 months ago)
Thanks 4 sharing!
David Rose (3 months ago)
AVOID - AVOID - AVOID - PARIS!! A HUGE disapointment!
grill38 (3 months ago)
I love how you talk about our food :) Greetings from france and guys remember one thing : PARIS IS NOT FRANCE, our provinces are fantastic and people are more friendly !
P N (3 months ago)
Save a PDF copy of the Metro Map onto your phone and you can access it easily without carrying the paper map.
John Battista (3 months ago)
P N , just download the Metro App.
Wolters World (3 months ago)
Mannuel Festoli (3 months ago)
You should know there's a difference between Paris and Perris. Cause it's like they have a different word for everything in Paris.
J.J McQuade (3 months ago)
thank you for taking the time to make this video mate. cheers!
Rita M (3 months ago)
Informative video but this guy is a heart attack waiting to happen.
bjprand (3 months ago)
I'd advise nobody to go to Paris. I've been there a few times - the first time in the 80's and most recently last year. In the intervening 30 years it's gone from being the most beautiful, enchanting, inspiring city in Europe to one of the dirtiest, most crime-ridden, dangerous places I've visited. We were accosted by immigrants within the first 20 minutes, one asking us to sign a petition while her friends tried to get her hand inside my wife's bag which was over her shoulder. They spat on us when we walked away. There's excrement, rats and rubbish all over the streets, graffiti has ruined all the lovely old architecture. People were rude and unfriendly, the only ones who talk to you are trying to rob you. In many areas you feel uncomfortable and unsafe walking around. Just avoid it.
el bentos (14 days ago)
+bjprand shut up you moronic alt right troll. Go back to your TV watch "Fox and cretins" as you probably never set foot in Europe, just ranting like an idiot. And for your information, most people from Maghreb are able to speak french far better than you. That misconception alone proves that you're nothing but a fraud and a LIAR.
bjprand (1 month ago)
+Indy Cyclist No, they didn't have papers stapled to their foreheads. In the absence of that, I was instead able to look at them and deduce that they were not native French people based on the available evidence. Not ethnically European, non-European clothing, poor ability to speak French, and a penchant for committing street crime.
bjprand (1 month ago)
+Ce Nonya No it doesn't. They target Japanese people especially, as they have really low immigration there so they're not used to crime and often pay less attention.
Ce Nonya (1 month ago)
This only happens to snotty nosed white people like yourselves, sorry.
myshowja2 (3 months ago)
Super helpful!
Ali Bi (3 months ago)
Africans and Arabs everywhere
SOS MANDOWN (3 months ago)
Don't waste your time & money, Paris culture is gone.
eye (3 months ago)
African Paris
Maxi h (3 months ago)
Daizys Loyd (3 months ago)
A nice vid, but you said nothing about the migrant crisis and how it had effected Paris in general.
el bentos (16 days ago)
The migrants crisis affected only marginaly Paris. Most migrants came to Germany from Turkey through eastern and central Europe. Indeed, it's really a problem around Calais where most of illegal immigrants concentrate in order to enter UK. Not really in Paris despite every rigged footages some trolls over here might show you.
PokerNomad RealNielszzz (3 months ago)
Before you go to Paris you should watch this video. Paris is not Paris annymore. https://youtu.be/56b_rmUHUg4
Casey (3 months ago)
Going to see a Muslim invasion! lol ENJOY
John Battista (3 months ago)
Casey , I was just there two weeks ago... they’re there, but it’s not an invasion.. I’ve been there 12 times over 27 years, visiting friends, what I noticed the people from India let their kids run everywhere, including monuments. Can’t take a picture without an Indian rug rat in frame.
me too (3 months ago)
I live in Paris and I need girl from London to married who can call me
Call u what?
lunarosa321 (3 months ago)
Anyone else annoyed by the victim stories of "Omg the French were so mean and didn't speak English, I feel so hurt/entitled!" Here goes a tip for you: it'd probably be smart to learn some basic phrases or learn the language of the country you are visiting. You can't possibly believe the world will accommodate you all the time and people will speak your language wherever you go. *rolls eyes in French* I do find it hilarious and ironic, that the same people that complain are usually the same individuals who get irritated when someone doesn't speak perfect English in their home country.
Drrty Dan (21 days ago)
lunarosa321 French people can be assholes. The taxi drivers on the first day I was there were unhelpful and rude. I speak Spanish very fluently, but the jump to French is very challenging. They’re distantly related languages. Strangely, the younger people were more mean about us speaking French- they didn’t want us to speak it, they preferred for us to use English. By the end of my week there, I could understand French ok, even if I was on a 5 second delay! Overall though, people were nice and helpful, and I’d love to go back and see more of Paris next time.
Alice Kiesov (3 months ago)
Best architecture....things to do..etc....love it...Paris is great...there's also visiting historical Graves if you're into that
Shereece Reid (3 months ago)
This video was very helpful.
Happy Holly (3 months ago)
some comments are so negative. Also, maybe the Parisians are rude because you are rude and dis-respecting of their city by dressing like a slob. Remember that you are not in the states. I would suggest that you just stay home.
Happy Holly (3 months ago)
Another thing that we learned is that when something doesn't go as planned, take it lightly and think of it as an adventure that will make a great story when you get home.-such as having reservation in a hotel without AC durring a heatwave in Amiens. Also, I like starting conversations with people and I had some great experiences and met some great people. People don't seem to keep their faces in their smart phones like in U.S..
Happy Holly (3 months ago)
You have been a godsend for me who does not travel much, Keep up the good work! Very helpful. Also, you've probably been asked this alot, but how does your wife keep her marvelous figure? I would look more like you if I traveled a lot. Don't get me wrong, I think that you are adorable, but I am a woman and cannot gain weight. Also, have you done a video about how not to be so timid when traveling, i.e. what will the locals will think of me?
Paris is the a muslim enclave.
Swapnil Shinde (4 months ago)
KiwiTheGreat (4 months ago)
DO NOT GO TO QUICK Please stick to McDonald’s
Cynthia McCrea (4 months ago)
Too many racist comments!! Watch the video and DO NOT pay attention to the haters on here. OMG insanity.
el bentos (16 days ago)
+polifatts You're nothing but a liar from the beginning. I am sure now you never lived in Paris else you would perfectly jnow that the french often do massive and sometimes violent (1968-1988-1995... and many, many more...) demonstrations on social grounds ( your very own migrants obsession is simply not the issue here). American citizens are simply far more submissive towards their politicians and never demonstrate. And yes, from time to time, we do a revolution, but do not fantasize here : if Macron is highly unpopular, it's on social and taxes issues. By the way, if by some chance Trump had been president of France, by now he would be dead or the inmate of an insane asylum. You can lie all you want to your public, people like you, faithfull watchers of Fox (Fake) news already convinced by your ranting. Now, go back to your dark fantasies, dear liar.
polifatts (16 days ago)
+el bentos lol, not riots? You gotta be fucking joking. This was the scene just yesterday. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JHWXvTvefGc Regarding the situation in Paris, I was just there last month as I said. I saw the migrants camped out laying on blankets in the street with my own eyes. I got surrounded and almost mugged at the Sacre Couer over a bracelet scam. I saw a woman get sexually harassed by two African men on the metro. I'm not making this up. There are plenty of others with similar experiences. My original point remains the same. Mass immigration from the third-world has brought absolutely nothing good to Europe. You can think what you want.
el bentos (16 days ago)
+polifatts 1) concerning current events that's massive demonstrations, certainly not riots (a little political bias here, no ?). There are no migrants involved here, more middle class people from provincial towns (very "white" demonstrators, if this detail may reassure you). If you didn't understand the difference, I suppose that is because you never lived in France from the beginning. 2) I've been many times in St. Denis, not the most beautiful place, to be sure, but certainly not what you describe : more mixed, far less violent. 3) concerning the two footages, that is alas usual of you : presenting isolated events and telling everybody that is common sights. There again, falsehood and base manipulation. 4) if Paris suburbs are dangerous, then one can assure that comparatively, Chicago, L.A. or any large city in USA are like battlegrounds (5 x more deaths by murders per capita in USA that in France, that's for security). So yes, your rantings are, factually Big Bullshit. Goodbye
polifatts (17 days ago)
@el bentos How is the video bullshit? It’s literally just footage of the streets of Paris. The center of Paris is not bad, but the outskirts are pretty damn rough. Have you ever been to Saint Denis? There’s hardly any French people left. It’s nothing but African/Muslim migrants. And regarding riots, aren’t you guys having massive riots right now? lol..
el bentos (17 days ago)
+polifatts Your video is made up of two different footages to illustrate bullshit: I do ACTUALLY live in Paris for about 40 years (and still do) and never saw such level of crime as you speak of. Riots and fights exists but they are by no way common. There are no refugees sprawling everywhere (this is a blatant lie). Concerning scamming, 1) I go regularly to eiffel tower with my family and never was importuned, 2) it exists in the northern parts of the town and is as old as the city itself 3) you seem to confuse africans with gypsies, most of the scammers are gypsies girls (poor information here for a so called person "who lived here fo 5 years")
Lyna Ka (4 months ago)
heyy guys if you want to see more about paris i did a video about my travel to this amazing city and also what i saw there!
Travel Light Paris (4 months ago)
This is great! If you have time, I would love to meet you when you're next here in Paris!
Tom F (4 months ago)
Metro, RER, train stations in Paris... It's sometime confusing if you do not live in Paris itself. It's easy go get a map, and RATP( parisian transports) web site has a routing tool to plan a trip in Paris and its suburb.
Tom F (4 months ago)
Ahem we too have mcdonald here too. Quick, Burger King, Kfc too. Even Pizza Hut.
Tom F (4 months ago)
You can pay with cards, but here the banks do taxe a certain amount of money per transaction. Small shop choose to set a minimal value below wich we usually pay with cash.
Allat Goddess (4 months ago)
Why do you lie?! THe area of Paris around the Eiffel Tower and Central Paris are full of filthy tent cities. All of islamics, ing and attacking all around.
el bentos (14 days ago)
Slow down your drinking habits and stop smoking weeds ; it gives you horrible nightmares plus it dissolves your little brain matter.
Marlon Cervantes (4 months ago)
Awesome information, Thanks!!!
12 Volts (4 months ago)
500,000 African illegal immigrants are enough to never visit Paris. It's a shithole, as is any major city due to them.
WyCris13 (4 months ago)
As a Parisian, I got offended at the mention of Quick. It's really not good, just stick to McDonald's or Burger King
Indy Cyclist (1 month ago)
When talking about my time in France , I often joked that Quick! was just basically McDonald's but the ketchup is behind the counter and you have to ask for it.
Jaycee C (4 months ago)
I was in Paris in 2014, we went to this incredible Cathedral which I can't remember the name of. Can anyone help me out, it was next to a market on top of a hill, at the bottom of the stairs there was a brick wall about 3 feet high that overlooked Paris.
el bentos (11 days ago)
Basilique du Sacré Cœur on Butte Montmartre (hill)
Ethan Cerwinski (4 months ago)
Luwam Alem (4 months ago)
I'm so glad I found your channel! I'm going to France for the very first time with my family in 3 weeks and like anyone travelling somewhere they've never been, I was a little nervous with the whole transport thing and people being rude lol! I'm still a little nervous but that's expected! Also, do you know what's the most efficient way to get from the airport to your hotel?
Luwam Alem (2 months ago)
+Jennifer R Hi! It was really good, lots to see, the people there are super helpful and friendly if your lost or unsure about anything in particular which is a plus cause you don't want to be in a city that you've never been before and come across rude people lol! It was warm when I went as it was August time but, tbh, it's not about the weather, it's about the new experience! 😊 when are you thinking of going? It's great if you go with a group of people or just another person
Jennifer R (2 months ago)
Luwam Alem how did you like Paris? I’m trying to decide whether to go after seeing all of these comments!
Jill Applegate (4 months ago)
We stayed with some friends that live outside of Paris. Everyone was so friendly. Where do you find apartment to stay in?
Katie Wilson (4 months ago)
Love your videos. My husband and I are planning on taking our anniversary trip to Paris next year! So I'm binging your videos!
Julia K (4 months ago)
if you want a week long metro/rer/sncf pass get the navigo decouverte in the sncf station at charles de gaulle. make sure to bring something like a passport photo or go to one of the photo booths and get a picture there there they have translators and tellers who speak english at the cdg stop who will help you if you need it. it's an rfid chip card, so you just have to wave it over rather than insert a tiny paper slip, and it's also cheaper and last longer than the paper 5 day pass. even with paying the €5 for the card and the €5 for a photobooth picture, you'll still save about €10 and won't be quite so obviously a tourist.
Nell Shermack (4 months ago)
Hi - love these videos, really helps when planning a trip to Europe. Quick question - we are going to Paris last week of November, is it necessary to book tickets to the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower - will the line ups be huge then?
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Lisa Byrne (4 months ago)
Merci! My husband and I leave on 8/24 for 8 days in Paris. It’s our second trip, and the first without kids. Our apartment is in the 7th behind the Orsay. Can’t wait!
Simon Milner (4 months ago)
Went for first time in November 2017 as tribute to my mum who always wanted to go but sadly passed away that year. I went for the weekend and my hotel was 5 min walk from Tower. I booked the tour guide for the tower which was awesome I'm pretty scared of heights so this was a big deal for me. I made it to to the summit and walked the short staircase outside but didn't walk around outside, so glad I did it. I did the seine River cruise hop on hop off which was great. I visited a huge shopping maul I can't remember the name it had about 4 floors and at that time had a huge indoor Christmas tree with things like doughnuts and toys floating up and down to the music which was awesome. Then visited the arc de triumph and the shopping street nearby then outside walk around the louvre. I fitted loads in a weekend and when I got home my feet we're steaming haha. A beautiful place to visit.
marie andrade (4 months ago)
Hi, I'm going in mid February next year, what should I expect weather wise? Thank you.
strange lee (4 months ago)
marie andrade Expect rain. And cold. And cold rain.
Matt G (4 months ago)
Paris is an absolute shit hole everything is way over priced like as if there is something seriously wrong with the country. Place is a fuckin joke subways are a joke just too expensive which diminishes the quality of the buildings . Crap never going back
Ivanka2024 for POTUS (4 months ago)
Hi from Toronto what tips are most popular
sdnalyam (4 months ago)
Please quote prices etc. Paris is overpriced compared to siimilar quality. Budapest and Prague etc much better value for same thing. Old building etc.
Shogun Chanell (4 months ago)
"Experience thw french cuisine when you aree in Paris"...that is if you have money xd.When I travel I usually eat either canned and heated food or MCDONALDS,cuz cheap and fast
SOFÍ (4 months ago)
Paris is a great city but be careful on the subway. My father was robbed there. A big black man pushed him, then he started to talk in a strange lenguage (no French) and just before closing the sunway door, the man pulled my father’s suitcase and ran out, so the doors closed, the subway started and we could not do anything :(. Please, be careful on the subway.
Brooke Nyman (4 months ago)
1st visit in November 2017, absolutely loved it. Found Paris to be pretty quiet, & really cheap. Before this trip, I watched a lot of your videos. So helpful. Thanks from Australia 😊
fartswallower666 (4 months ago)
Don't forget your burqa!
Eagle (26 days ago)
fartswallower666 eat your cheeseburger and shut the fuck up you fat fucking American
Zack & Lara Spencer 2003 (4 months ago)
Paris, France Is also Known as Phoneton, Ohio.
Barbara Łucka (4 months ago)
Paris sucks, hate Paris
Maxi h (3 months ago)
Lots To Learn (5 months ago)
Not a good time to be NNE of Paris this weekend, in Garges-les - Gonesse, or in Nantes.

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