Is physical cash necessary in Paris as a tourist or will you be fine with credit cards? Here’s what you need to know as a traveler about payment methods in Paris.
I first lived in Paris in 2009 as an undergraduate student. Since then, I’ve traveled to and stayed in the capital multiple times before calling the city my home a few years ago. It’s been interesting to see firsthand how Paris has evolved over time. Here’s a list of some little changes that have stood out to me over the course of the last 15 years.
Visitors to Europe will soon need to comply with ETIAS, a new travel authorization for entry into 30 European countries. If you’re a U.S. passport holder, here’s everything you need to know about the new regulations for Americans entering Europe.
Alsace is a historic and cultural region of France on the border with Germany. Having changed hands and identities a number of times, the unique history of the area is reflected in the regional food and drink. Here are some of the best specialties you must try if you’re heading to the Alsace region of France.
Does the thought of driving in a foreign country feel daunting and stressful to you? While planning our travel to Scotland, Jonathan and I quickly realized that the best way for us to explore the country would be as a road trip adventure. So, we rented a car and put his name down on the rental agreement as the sole driver. No need for discussion on this point. There was absolutely no way this American was going to drive on the left side of the road in the UK, or so I thought…
You’re excited about your upcoming travel plans to Paris… You’ve bought your plane tickets, your Parisian accommodations have been booked, and you’ve ensured that your passport doesn’t expire for at least 3 months beyond your departure date. So, you’re ready to go, right?
Not so fast. You have a few more things to check off…
Are you considering a trip to Disneyland Paris? Here’s your guide for the magical visit, including tips for planning a great day trip and some frequently asked questions about the parks.
Strikes and protests are an inevitable part of life in France and particularly in the capital. Knowing what to expect and how to navigate Paris when there is a demonstration is essential for your safety and your sanity. Here are the precautions to take in order to ensure a smooth visit to the city even when there is civil unrest.
Surely, I’m not the only one to have held a false stereotype about the French? Before traveling to France, I definitely had certain expectations about French people and the country itself. As it turns out, some of my beliefs were inaccurate and nothing but misconceptions and stereotypes!
Pirates, guard dogs, and tidal islands—oh my! If you’re looking to spend an adventurous day in Saint-Malo, France, there is certainly plenty for you to discover. Here’s your guide on what to do and see over the course of one day in Saint-Malo.