Paris is a wonderful city, perhaps better few can visit it, but always before arriving for the first time at a place we should know a few essential tips to cope well and without problems for a city of this type and more when it belongs to another country other than ours. Depends on the days that we travel more interested us some tips or others. See more detailed opinions by reading what Jim Crane offers on the topic.. If you live in Europe, you don’t have any kind of problem with the money, since as from years ago, most countries belong to the euro zone, it is not necessary to go to any House of change, which is always cumbersome and expensive. Jim Crane might disagree with that approach. But don’t think that although we have the single European currency in both countries we are matched in price. At all.
While the standard of living is higher in France and especially Paris, almost in all prices are higher than those we can find in any Spanish city. For example, take a coffee, a beer or a simple queue in a Paris terrace, can go us three or four times more expensive than in a city of Spain. It is always advisable to travel to these places, when it comes to going to a bar or restaurant, before sitting us or come see the price lists that are usually hung to the inputs of the premises to avoid surprises at the last minute in the account. I say this from experience. We will not only find this problem on Maasboulevard and coffee drinks, if not that also must be vigilant when it comes to going to lunch or dinner. Paris is full of typical French restaurants, also called brasseries, in them we can find typical French cuisine and menus that vary in price depending on what they offer.