Saturday, August 10, 2013

A Trip to Paris? How does it work?

Does anybody know trips to Paris work? And approximately how much it would cost?

I'm in the UK, wish to fly out from Birmingham- going for about 2-3 nights. I understand I would need to get a metro card? 
Please send some decent travel agents my way if u know of any!

The way you phrased your question is a little strange. I mean the way a trip works is that you get to your destination and then you enjoy yourself.

You'll just have to be a little more specific about what you are looking for. 

Paris is a city that plans itself. There is so much to do and see in a very small area that you don't need a travel agent. Just a map and a list of things you want to see. You can practically get to all of them by foot.

No you would probably not get a Metro card (Navigo) for just a 3 day stay. The Navigo system in Paris is a buzz card that allows you to get on and off of the metro for a week for the cost of 21 euros. the card costs 5 euros at any cashier inside of the metro and then you fill it with credit for the week. However you can very well just use single trip metro tickets that cost 1.37 each and there also exists full day passes. You can choose the way you want to operate in the metro to what suits you.


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