Travel PARIS tips - questions - advice!

missconvy

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Ummm..If you haven’t heard, France is on total lockdown for the next 3 months due to coronavirus pandemic. Businesses, hotels, and tourist sites closed. Transport greatly reduced. Who knows how long it will take to get back to normal.
Good luck planning in such uncertain times.
Yes, I'm aware. Like I said, awhile from now. We're looking at June 2022.
 

JolieS

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Oct 24, 2016
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Yes, unfortunately France is closed to tourists. My trip was scheduled for October 27th.
Now I'm in correspondence with the hotel about the refund.
Depends on which country you’re from. France isn’t closed to all. I’m currently in Paris, and there are tourists. Unfortunately infrastructure (some hotels, all restaurants, museums, shops, etc.) has been locked down again as of last Friday to combat the resurgence of Covid-19 infections. Good luck with your refund.
 

Bereal

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Hello and thanks in advance,
I am in Paris on July 14 and I was hoping for some suggestions on what to do and what to avoid. I’ve heard it can be very busy and I’m not sure if I should go towards the Tour Eiffel to see the fire works.
 

JolieS

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There are many free activities: fireworks and concerts in the evening, and in the morning the annual parade along the Champs Elysées.

See the official listing of things to do:

What you do will depend on your tolerance of large crowds. I prefer to watch the whole celebration on TV.

Enjoy your trip!
 
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Bereal

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There are many free activities: fireworks and concerts in the evening, and in the morning the annual parade along the Champs Elysées.

See the official listing of things to do:

What you do will depend on your tolerance of large crowds. I prefer to watch the whole celebration on TV.

Enjoy your trip!
Thanks so much for the advice
 
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