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Paris is undoubtedly a fantastic holiday destination. The wide concourses, scenic parks, and the mesmerizing architecture are just the things that lend the city its unique character and ambience. If you have zeroed in on Paris as your next vacation destination, then here are a few things you must know that will make your holidays even more memorable.

The City of Light is spectacular throughout the year, but as a visitor you may be tempted to book the best airfares on cheap flights to Paris for the month of June. This is when the weather is still cool from the winter but has also started to let some of the approaching summer warmth seep in. The evenings extend well into the night as the sun sets rather late.

 If you are not particularly fond of rains, then avoid booking your cheap plane fares for April as monsoon hits the city hard. Also avoid August, as most of the Parisians flock to the comfort of cooler surroundings. If on a budget then book your flights to Paris for the winter season, as being on off-season the rates are still considerably low. The most expensive time to visit Paris is the summers, but it is also the most popular.

When thinking of what to pack, pack everything that is dressy and somewhat formal. Parisians tend to turn down their nose to those who are a little too casually dressed. So that pair of sneakers you just bought for your holiday, should be taken out only when you indulging in a sport or outdoor activity. The best restaurants expect their patrons/visitors to be smartly dressed, so if you are thinking of dining at such a place, carry the best formal wear.

Paris, as a city like so many others, is best explored on foot. The city is divided into 20 neighborhoods which are called arrondissements. Invest in a city map, preferably the Paris Pratique to gain more information about the areas. If you want to commute via the public transport then opt for the subway. It costs €1.70 a ride but if you opt for a pack of twelve rides, you get it at the reduced rate of € 12.

If you, like so many others, thought that Parisians are rude and obnoxious, then you couldn’t have been more wrong. The people are essentially warm and polite. Just learn a few basic French words for greeting, addressing, thank you etc and you are set!

When it comes to exploring the city and enjoying the art and culture scene, try to book your tickets online in advance. To peruse through the museums, opt for the Paris Museum Pass and you stand to save a lot of money. Entry to the National Museums is free for the first Sunday of every month. If looking to getting your money changed, make sure you do not do so at your hotel or at a store, for you will not get the best price. The ATM's are the place to be for indulging in these transactions.

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