Cheese, wine, snooty waiters and Eiffel Tower are what that France attracts millions of the travelers with from all over the world every year. It is a beautiful country with a storied history and the most delicious cuisines of the world. The history of this country blends with the beautiful castles, culture, and architecture. Spending a holiday in France is truly a dream come true. Here in this article, a complete guide for spending your holiday in France is discussed, have a look at these before you plan your holiday in France.
A dorm room will cost you approximately 15 to 40 EUR per night; however, it would depend on the place where you are taking the accommodation. Paris is a bit costlier being the capital city. Private rooms cost around 75 EUR per night or more.
All the places in France are well connected by railways, and it is the most reliable way of transit. Local trains cost around 1 to 3 EUR in one way trip; whereas the high-speed trains cost around 90 EUR. Taxis are expensive, so it is better to avoid taxis when you have the option to travel by trains. So if you avail the slow train instead of the fast TGV trains and if you possess the Eurail pass you can save a lot of money.
There are many shops in France where you would find cheese, bread or meat so arranging for your own food in France is not at all a problem. Lunch for two comes at around 10 EUR that too with a bottle of wine. Sandwiches cost 4 to 7 EUR. 45 to 60 EUR will be enough for a week’s groceries. Eating in a mediocre restaurant will cost you around 25 to 30 EUR per meal. If you are travelling together, then the best way to save money is to buy some food like cheese, bread, and meat and then sit in a park, munching your food and watching people pass by. You will save at least 15 EUR and will be full in 10 EUR or even lesser. You will get a bottle of wine in less than 3 EUR, so it is actually cheaper than water. So, bread, cheese, meat and a bottle of wine will make your day in less than 10 EUR.
Apart from visiting places in France if you wish to enjoy otherwise like going to a bar or clubs, you are probably in the wrong place unless you have enough of the EUR in your pocket. Bars are expensive so avoid bars and save your EUR to enjoy in France. Clubs in France are expensive as well. Entry fees are huge around 23 EUR and above per head. Drinks in clubs would cost you no less than 12 EUR. So if you do not want to save your EUR then skip the bars and clubs in France.
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