on my way back home today, i suddenly thought of writing some information related to my recent trip to paris. i hope this will help those who are planning to go to the city in the coming times.
first, public transportation. to be frank, the system is quite simple. 14 lines of metro network practically connect every single area in paris, particularly the tourist destinations. so, no worries about it. first thing that you need to get is paris metro map. it will provide you with a great deal of help. then, if you are staying for 2 or 3 days, i will suggest that you buy 10 tickets at once. further information on this issue is available here.
second, accommodation. well, i found that this hotel, is a good one and the fee for one night worth the money. it provides free breakfast with a nice food and coffe milk. i got addicted to french baguette (pronounced: ba-get) because of this free breakfast. this hostel is located in montmarte. it’s still quite close to moulin rouge, Basilique du Sacré-Cœur and not too far away from other tourist destinations such as the eiffel tower and notre dame.
third, fees. it costs around 11 euros to get to the top of the eiffel tower. if you want to see the art magic from the past few centuries, you gotta visit louvre. the entrance fee is 9 euros. but, if you visit them after 18.00, it’s free. so, pick your choice. should you want to eat in french cafes or restaurant, be prepared to spend between 15 to 20 euros for each person.
fourth, tourist destinations. well it’s all up to you how to arrange it. apart from the names mentioned before, you should also visit, jardin du luxembourg , bastille, d’orsay, boulevard st. germain, Champs-Élysées, Arc de Triomphe, Pantheon Paris. feel free to add some more. paris is quite a big city and has many tourist attractions.
well .. that’s it. hope it’s useful.