A Budget-Friendly Trip Plan To Paris

Nicknamed as the City of Lights, Paris beckons epicurean travelers who want to indulge lavishly in sumptuous gourmet meals, and stylish palace hotels. A true epitome of a shopper’s paradise, this city is also famous for its buzzing scene, with heaps of boutiques and shopping center selling a wide array of fashionable international clothing brands. With all the ritzy offerings that Paris has to offer, it is no wonder billionaires and aristocrats are drawn to the charm and beauty of the City of Lights.

Needless to say, a trip to Paris can be quite a costly affair for any traveler. After all, it is a city that has been considered a synonym to luxury.   As a result, budget-conscious travelers and backpackers would often pass up on a trip plan to this European hub. But as a traveler, you don’t have to be a billionaire or famous celebrity to enjoy a trip to France’s capital. From affordable hotels and cheap drinks to gratis lush parks, there are plenty of easy and simple ways to save money during your trip to Paris. Here is a Parisian trip plan that won’t entail you to cost a fortune.

Visit the city during its off season

As you create a trip plan to this French hub, consider visiting it during its off season, which starts from November and ends of April. During their off season, not only is the city less crowded, but its airfares are remarkably low and heavily discounted. Not to mention, budget accommodations are easier to find, and lines to the city’s hottest attractions are shorter.

Ditch the sodas

Sodas are quite expensive in the City of Lights. As a matter of fact, Coca-Cola products in Paris are priced as if they were an expensive import. A can of Diet Coke, for instance, would cost you around 7 to 10 Euros at any café within the city. That’s why you won’t see a lot of people drinking soda in this French city.As an alternative, order a glass of fine wine, whenever you need to gulp on something sweet. In Paris, a glass of wine would only cost 4 Euros, which is a tad cheaper than their sodas. Also, you may try sipping on their aromatic coffee in one of their cafes. In Paris, a cup of coffee only costs a couple of Euros.

Free public parks and plazas

Famous for its gardens and parks, this French utopia has dozens of eye-catching plazas and splendid greens that won’t cost you a dime. Spend a leisurely afternoon strolling past the Parc de la Villette’s architectural follies or enjoy a picnic with the family in the Jardin du Luxembourg.

Free museum admissions

When creating a trip plan to this European cosmopolitan, make sure to schedule your visit on the first Sunday of the month. Many of the city’s major treasure coves can be accessed for free on the first Sunday of the month, including the Museum of Modern Art at the Pompidou Centre, Musee d’Orsay and Musee du Louvre. If, however, you cannot visit this blissful hub on the month’s first Sunday, then invest in a Paris Museum pass. For 39 Euros only, you get a two-day pass that covers admission to over 60 Parisian monuments and museums.

Avoid staying close to the city center

As you plan a trip to this city, look for accommodations that are outside the city center. The closer your accommodations are to the heart of Paris, the more money it will cost you.

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