Expert Travel Advice to Paris

Top Answers To Paris Travel Questions

  • traveler asked:
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    paris in july
    Alistair answered:
    Typically, many Parisians leave the city in July and August for their summer vacations, but there is still plenty going on. Off top of my head, here are a few ideas: Bastille Day is on July 14 and features parades, a military display, and fireworks; Paris' Jazz Festival runs till July 29 (various events listed here: http://parisjazzfestival.paris.fr/en/); the final processional stage of the Tour de France rolls into Paris and up the Champs-Elysees on July 22; head down to the Seine to enjoy the scene of the annual Paris "plage", when sand and other seaside activities arrive for four weeks each summer, starting around July 20. Bon voyage!
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    Anonymous user answered:
    In December coats, hats, scarves, boots, and wintery clothes, but fashionable!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    September is a beautiful time of the year to visit Paris. The average temperatures range from a high of 70F to a low of 55F. The occasional showers can be expected, and it is wise to always be prepared for the unexpected extreme conditions. The last few years Paris has experienced unusually warm weather. I hope this helps you plan your wardrobe!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    As you probably know, it's best not to drag the kids from museum to museum, and instead to take them to visit tourist spots that offer more lively experiences. Explore some of the outdoor spaces -- take a walk on the Champs-Elysees, roam through neighborhoods, taste some pastries at one of Paris's amazing bakeries, climb the Eiffel Tower, and visit Notre Dame. If you have time, check out Musee de L'Orangerie, a kid-friendly museum with small rooms full of art.

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