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How to Visit Paris on a Budget – Money Saving Travel Tips

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Money saving tips for visiting Paris on a Budget
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Looking for tips to save some money in Paris? Check out these Budget travel tips will help you visit Paris affordably.
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Video Transcript:
Paris is known for being an expensive city, but there are plenty of ways that you can save money during your vacation.
Here are some of our tips!
Paris is filled with the most iconic landmarks on earth and luckily for the budget traveler, they can all be seen for free!
Choosing a holiday apartment rental can help you save a lot of money. You get more space, and bang for your buck and deeper discounts when you stay for a longer amount of time.

Having a kitchen in your apartment is a great way to save money on meals.
We find that eating out is one of the most expensive parts of travel.
so if you can cook yourself a nice romantic dinner in with a bottle of fine wine from the Carfourre, you’re going to save a lot of money
When in Paris, make sure to take advantage of free tours, they’re all over the place and it’s a great way to learn about the history of Paris.
Many museums in Paris offer free days, once a month, like the Museé D’Orsay here.
On the first Sunday of every month, you can get in for free.
Be sure to check and see when museums have discounts on certain days of the week where you can get in for the last couple of hours for a fraction of the price.
When you’re in Paris be sure to take advantage of the free churches like Notre Dame.
They’re absolutely beautiful inside and they’re free!
I’m on the steps of Sacre Couer in Mont Martre, and it’s the best view of Paris, save for the Eiffel Tower or Monteparnasse, but this view is free.
Choosing the right disctrict to stay in can save you a lot of money.
This studio in Montmartre starts at 49 Euro a night.
So another great budget tip in Paris is head down to your local Fanprix or Carfourre, grab yourself some meats, cheeses and baguettes, and head somewhere to have yourself a great picnic.
When you do decide to eat out in Paris, make sure to hit the Latin Quarter, you can get a 3 course meal for under €20.
Here’s a tip to help you save money, whenever you see the emblem of Paris on a museum, it means it’s free.
Here’s a great site in Paris that you can see for free!
Instead of taking taxis or tourist busses, take the metro instead.
Paris has an extensive system and it stops at all the major sites.
There is so much that you can do for free in Paris, be it walking through the cemeteries of Monteparnasse and Pere la Chaise to visit the famous residents,
to taking advantage of watching the talented musicians and artists performing in the streets.
You don’t need to go inside to witness beautiful art in Paris. The city itself is a living work of art.


Chasing the Wind says:

great stuff 🙂

Bria says:

If you don’t mind the people and aren’t looking to bring a whole family, hostels are a lot cheaper. I’m staying for a week in Paris later this year and it will only cost me $194 for 6 nights.

Agent says:

Im going to Paris on Sept but I noticed thay even apartments now are very expensive.

Boiled Frog says:

trying to save money by renting an apartment, u might get best value from it but u increase ur overall speding .

Jadewizard says:

And crucially trying couchsurfing.com is a great way to stay for free. As well as make new friends for the more open minded traveler. Hostels are also cheap options. And don't forget about museum and attraction passes. Those will save a bundle for the sightseeing and museum lover

Tarzee Says: says:

Hello, I am a refugee from Somalia and I would like to come to the EU, to live off your benefits. I hear that the EU Lands give good money to those who are unemployed. I have a big family of 11(with my 2 wives) & I would like to bring with me my cousin Ibrahim and my Uncle Ikbal (with their families). In honor of France (as my future homeland) I am going to name my next son Mustafa. One thing thou, please make your females wear a hijab and a niqab.

t ty says:

Very good. Will be in Paris a month from now! C'est la vie!

Sonny says:

Great Video…. Helpful tips….Thank you for posting…

ezflykha says:

Goinh to paris next month!

malta monument says:

2 more things: instead of getting day metro tickets get a navigo card. And if you're from the EU and under 26 years of age, you can get to most museums for free and almost any other museum for a discounted price.

I went to Paris twice, I would say it's not at all expensive if you do your research well.

babitha priscilla says:

Thank u for your useful tips.But if u have added information about cheap shopping places,it would have been better.

Youtuber8 says:

very informative

Autisticglobetrotting says:

Great video.We love the free walking tours in cities and the ones in Paris are especially informative.

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