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Hemingway said that Paris is a holiday that is always with you. If you plan a journey to Paris, use these simple recommendations to make this adventure unforgettable.

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How to Get from the Airport to the Downtown

It all depends on where you are arriving. If you arrive at Charles de Gaulle Airport – the largest one in the country, the simplest and most budget option is trains+metro. Simply follow the signs Paris par train – they will then lead you to the station.

But if you are traveling with a group of friends or colleagues, you can rent a coach to Paris at https://bcs-bus.com/en/bus-charter/bus-charter-paris. A bus will bring you directly to the hotel or any destination required.

Where to Stay in Paris?

There are many districts in the city and each of them is amazing, so it will be much easier to say where we DO NOT recommend staying:

  • The 10th arrondissement near East and North bus stations because most of the migrants tend to live there.
  • Saint-Denis is not the most prosperous suburb of Paris. There are two places worthy of your attention – the Basilique Saint-Denis and the sports complex Stade de France, but this is not a reason to stay here.
  • District 11 and 20 near Belleville and Couronnes metro stations. Belleville is an example of Paris’s internationality: if you go to the left, you will find yourself in Chinatown, in particular, in its variation of the Red Lights District, to the right you will come to the Arabian bazaar.
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At first glance, the map of the Paris metro may seem like an incredibly confusing rebus to you as it has 303 stations! But in reality, everything is not so scary. The metro in Paris is an incredibly convenient thing that eliminates the need to use a taxi. Also, it is communicated with the RER commuter train system, so you can easily wave into the suburbs by changing the metro line to the electric train line.

Sightseeing Places

The list of standard places, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, must be supplemented with new and unusual places. Otherwise, you just do not know the whole charm of Paris!

In spring, we advise you to have a picnic near the Tour Eiffel, and if the weather does not allow it, you can walk along the Champs-Élysées. You cannot avoid visiting Jardin du Luxembourg, Basilique du Sacré-Cœur, and Arc de Triomphe, and the Montmartre artists quarter. This is the way to discover old Paris, which will then be difficult to forget.

If you come to Paris with your children, the first place on the must-see list will be Disneyland, which is 32 kilometers from the city and is the best amusement park in the world.

Are you ready for the excitement trip? Now you are completely ready for it.

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