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Top 3 Tips for a Memorable Stroll through Paris

A leisurely stroll through Paris is definitely the best way to experience what this amazing city has to offer. Below are our Top 3 Tips for a Memorable Stroll through Paris.

1. Take a High Quality or Professional Camera - Not just any run of the mill $100 camera. You don’t want to get back home after an amazing trip in Paris and find out that the photos you took are poor quality and dull. Paris is the most stunning city in the world and it deserves to be remembered in all it’s glory. Try the Nikon COOLPIX in Orange.

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Paris Opera

2. Just Sit and Watch – Paris has some of the most unusual and wonderful character-like people. Watch the Parisian’s in their habitat! Take in the environment; the stunning Renaissance and Baroque buildings, the boulangeries, the smell of freshly baked baguettes, and the breathtaking monuments. Don’t rush, take your time.

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Luxembourg Palace and Gardens Paris

3. Avoid the Scammers – Don’t get caught up in conversation with scammers and pickpockets. They hang around every famous monument such at the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre, and the Arc de Triomphe. Read How to Avoid Pickpockets and Scammers in Paris.

Scammers in Paris

Scammers in Paris

 

 Check out this video – Paris, France Walking Tour.

About the Author

Stacey Trick is the Founder and Owner of FrenchAtHeart.net. With a long time passion for Travel, Food, Writing and all things French, Stacey started her website with the intention of inspiring like-minded people all over the world to French-ify their lifestyles. Stacey’s passion for what she does shows through the continual growth of FrenchAtHeart.net’s online community. Follow Stacey and FrenchAtHeart.net on Facebook.

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  1. Matt (French lover) :) says:

    I should have taken a better camera with me when I went to France the first time… really regret it :/ Great blog you have here! awesome :) au revoir!

  2. Renee M says:

    Hi, I’ve heard about these scammers… still a stunning city regardless though! I really miss Paris. We went there about 2 years ago and I’ve been dying to go back there ever since. I love your blog, it’s just wonderful :)

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