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||When visiting Paris, “La Ville-Lumière”, the City of Lights. Paris is one of the most widely known cities around the world. It is home to the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and Notre Dame.|
You can cross the city in only a few hours if you weren’t going to make a stop anywhere. If you don’t want to walk there is always bike rental or taking the Metro. You can rent a bike from kiosk Using the Metro will cost you 1,70 € per trip. Paris streets were built before the invention of cars and traffic is really heavy during rush hour making Paris one of the worst cities to drive in. If you decide to drive anyway make sure to bring your GPS.
Taxis are another good option for travel if you must get somewhere by car, however they are expensive. There is a 6,50 € minimum that doesn’t even show up on the meter but be sure to add it in at the end of your trip. Another affordable means of transportation is by boat; you can purchase tickets to hop on and off whenever needed. You can also find Paris SuperShuttle van rides available throughout the day for shuttle services.
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Paris is known for many things, one of which is its cuisine. It has been a center for culinary arts for decades and chefs around the world come here to study. Paris is also known for its art, its shopping and of course for its romance. Paris is of course the City of Love.
Paris’ second largest airport is Paris-Orly. Paris-Orly is positioned about 8 miles south of Paris, halfway in the city of Orly and halfway in the city of Villeneuve-le-Roi. Orly was the main airport in Paris until Charles de Gaulle Airport was built. Charles de Gaulle Airport is now the busiest French airport for international travel but Orly is still the busiest airport in France for domestic flights. Another well known airport nearby is the Aéroport Paris Beauvais Tillé that travelers can use to get to and from hotels in downtown Paris.
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