Paris Travel Guide




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Our Paris travel guide! We kick of Season 2 with our guide to Paris, a fantastic city with incredible food, architecture, culture and more. We can share our favourite tips, tricks, eats and drinks for your next visit to Paris! For the best flights to Paris, check out Hipmunk! http://hipmunk.com/flights/?utm_medium=brand&utm_source=inf&utm_campaign=ah_yt&utm_content=paris

Where we stayed – Mandarin Oriental Paris http://www.mandarinoriental.com/Paris/

Apps we mention:
Uber – https://www.uber.com/cities/paris
Le Cab – https://www.lecab.fr/

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  1. I liked your video! Thanks for sharing. I would add something like fromageries or winehouses. I'm flying to Paris next month and even when I have already been there, I'm more than excited.

  2. Unilingual english speakers can be rude without knowing .This is because they often think that it is granted to be served in english .A little introduction in the native language will sometimes avoid you some rude attitudes.

  3. 2:45. Thank you for bringing this point up and you are completely accurate – most people in Paris are very hopeful, they have some fine polished manners and I feel, are possibly one of the friendliest city in Europe , considering the very large Paris population and the fact that the city is constantly on fast forward, on the move, pretty much everywhere; you're right, people are very busy , moving from A to B. But regardless, thanks for raising this up for the benefit of travellers who are visiting. I believe and feel that Paris is the most beautiful city in the world and I'm not alone ! Cheers !

  4. Loved the part when you said to just wander around the city. As a usual walker of cities, I appreciate this. Will be going to Paris (fingers crossed) later this year so this video was highly useful. Thanks!

  5. Some useful information in the portion I manage to watch, but provided in an idiotic manner. If Americans like this travel to Europe, it's no wonder we're regarded as we are internationally.

  6. RER B from CDG : 35 mins. So NOT true. Only of you catch the fast train that doesn't stop at each station, which runs every ten mins or so (depending on your arrival).

  7. hello! When buying the paper ticket for Metro, how long is it good for and can you transfer between places without adding more? Also, is a paper ticket good for a bus/train/rer? Thanks!

  8. Thanks for all your videos…i am travelling to europe (Paris, Amsterdam, Germany and Switzerland) the coming may 2017. Now should i book my metro tickets in advanced or they keep changing too like the global euro rail pass. Also is there a separate pass for Swiss train rides, there are so many, how to take advantage of that. I want to explore atleast 2 rides Bernina Express and Glacier Express, Please advice

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