Paris Journey Information

Paris Travel Guide

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Our Paris journey information! We kick of Season 2 with our information to Paris, a improbable metropolis with unbelievable meals, structure, tradition and extra. We are able to share our favorite ideas, tips, eats and drinks in your subsequent go to to Paris! For the most effective flights to Paris, try Hipmunk!

The place we stayed – Mandarin Oriental Paris

Apps we point out:
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35 thoughts on “Paris Journey Information

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  2. Eynat says:

    I wish I discovered your video before my trip to Paris. You are right, Parisians are friendly. I'm a New Yorker who's lived in many cities and I understand why someone from a small town would find Parisians off putting, but they simply don't have the time to chat with you like your local clerk in a grocery store. Parisians are very nice and helpful. No need to fear them.

  3. Martin Kent says:

    One of the world's most popular tourist destinations! Historically, Paris has always had a top heavy government, which allows the citizens and visitors to ignore their duties and responsibilities. This results in traffic terror. When in Paris, don't act like a Parisian. It's bad taste to add to Paris's nightmare traffic. If Paris's residents and visitors ever accept their responsibilities, the world would smile, knowing that Paris's streets, civil service, communities and adults, finally became law-abiding, ethical and conscientious. Imagine! After two millennium!! WOWIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. corisco tupi says:

    11:37 – As for shopping, do NOT get your hopes too high of ever benefiting from the "détaxe" (tax refund) supposedly available for tourists. The system is grossly bureaucratic, you have to collect paperwork and information that must necessarily be passed to a clerk at the airport moments before you board your flight back home, and you will only be refunded in cash if you purchases were made in cash. If you bought anything with your credit card, yo'll supposedly be refunded to your credit card account with de amount due. So far, after a few trips to France, I had NEVER had this actually happen. It seems to be a system designed to have an PR impact with tourists, no to actually work. This has been my experience, YMMV.

  5. Ellena Hoffman says:

    I love your channel, most especially the little injections of wit, humor and sarcasm found in every episode! Discussing tipping and exchange rates is so helpful, too. Keep the videos coming and don't hesitate to do more than one per city.

  6. Bev Carr says:

    Beautiful city!!! Definitely adding it to my travel list!!🙌🏽🙌🏽

    I’m from NY,& it’s true what u said…sorta. We ARE rude!! It’s so dense & tourists are annoying..

    Busy” is a better way to put it tho lmao

    Those croissants made me hungry 🤤🤤🤤

  7. andrewnduati says:

    2019/2020 update: Do not tip, if you do, you are a clown. i repeat if you tip you will be permanently rendered as a clown.I've now had 2 friends since March 2019 study aboud for about 5/6 months and when they tried to tip an excellent server they were clowned lol.

  8. S Anderson says:

    The people who say the French are unfriendly and rude are their neighbours: the English, the Germans plus ALL Asians! The Japanese and Koreans suffer from "Paris syndrome" which is the shock of discovering Paris is expensive, dirty and full of pavements with dog piles, cigarette butts and spit. I lived there for 10 years and I can attest it's all of those things but it also different from all other European cities.

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