Paris on a Budget
Recently I wrote a post on where else people can go for the same cost as a Disneyland vacation. When I was making a short list of destinations to include, I immediately thought of Paris. After all, it’s visited by almost 18 million people a year and, more importantly, it’s perennially a top bucket list destination.
When I was calculating the cost of a Paris vacation, I realized just how inexpensive the city can be. The major factor is airfare, which is far less expensive during certain times of the year. Once you arrive in Paris, though, it’s not expensive. So I decided to do a post with our tips for visiting Paris on a budget. I published the post over on Travelocity’s Inspire Hub: www.travelocity.com/inspire/tips-for-visiting-paris-on-a-budget/. And if you’re looking for all of my Paris content, for some reason I keep publishing it at Travelocity! Here’s a full list:
- Paris with Kids: How to Do It Right
- Tips for Visiting Paris on a Budget
- European Bucket List: 9 Can’t Miss Family Travel Activities
- Family Travel: Tips for Traveling to Europe for the First Time with Your Kids
So click through to Travelocity, and please comment here or on those posts with your best tips are for seeing Paris on a budget. How do you save money in the City of Light? How can we make it even less expensive next time?
María P says
Have any suggestions for Paris in December. We will be taking our kids for the first time to Europe, Paris 5 days and then we are heading to Madrid to meet up with family.
Eric Stoen says
I’ve been to Paris a couple of times in December, but before I had kids. I love the pre-Christmas atmosphere, especially when it snows, but I don’t have specific recommendations. Just search my site for “Paris” to see all of my posts and various kid-oriented recommendations over the years.