Travelling is almost always connected with a lot of money and expenses, or at least you think so. The plane tickets are not cheap at all, the hotel rooms as well, and you need some money for transport and museums and other attractions, you need to eat somewhere and the touristic cities turn out to be not so accessible. On the other hand, your whole conscious life you have been dreaming about Paris – the city of light, of love, the city, which was home of painters and artists and musicians, the most romantic one, the city with a soul and so much to offer. But can you imagine that you can have a trip there without having to spend all your savings or three salaries. Yes, I’m serious; just take a look at these few tips.
Paris is definitely one of the cities, most visited by tourists. And therefore if you want to go there in August, for instance, when many people from all over the world have their holidays and choose Paris for a trip, you will have to spend a great amount of money for plane tickets, because then they are most costly. Choose a month that is not so preferred by the majority of people like February, for instance. Yes it would be a little bit colder, but you will save money and get warm by impressions. Another thing you better know is thatEvery first Sunday of the month all museums in Paris can be visited free of charge. Click To Tweet
And this so damn amazing. Do your best and make sure that you will be there in one of those Sundays and you will have the chance to enjoy the Louvres and the Centre Pompidou.
In a city like Paris there are luxurious restaurants that offer high quality meals and where the atmosphere and the service are on a very high level. They are enthralling and you will surely have a great time having lunch in one of them, but you will also have to spend some more money. However, there are some small places far away from the central touristic sights where you can enjoy lovely food on reasonable prices. And if you are there when the weather is nice, why don’t you simply buy some typical French meals from the supermarket: some wine and cheese and a French loaf of bread and have a picnic in the park? You will like it for sure.
Yes, you cannot go to Paris and not visit the Louvres, but the real city and its spirit can be indeed felt only when you are walking there, without a goal and a map. Get lost, travel back in time, go through different arrondissements (quarters) and feel the atmosphere of each, enjoy and desire. Paris is indeed much more than just the Eifel Tower and the lights. You just have to explore it, and you definitely need no money for this.