Due to the numerous questions about what tickets to buy in the Paris metro and when, we answer the most popular ones. Firstly, Paris and his near suburbs are divided into 5 transport zones.
If you want your belongings to be cared of for some time, you can use left luggage offices at Parisian railway stations. Most of the railway stations in Paris feature automatic luggage cupboards (“Consigne” in French, look for this word at signs).
Which great masterpieces are stored in the Louvre? How can you find them in such a huge palace? What should you definitely see if it’s your first visit to the museum?
Orly is the second largest (and important) airport in Paris. How do you get to the centre of Paris from there? We’ll tell you. We’ve already written about how to get to Paris from Charles de Gaulle airport, now it’s Orly’s turn.
It seems strange, but lots of tourists are afraid of using the Paris metro. They are afraid of losing their way, missing their stop, being absorbed by this transport giant.
The Eiffel Tower is not only famous for its splendid views, it’s also infamous for its queues. In high summer or in May it can take hours to wait. Even if you want to visit this tourist attraction in winter, you’ll still have to wait for 1.5 to 2 hours at least.