If you’re planning your visit to Paris, you might be wondering what travel documents you need to travel to France, what the country's currency is, and other frequently asked questions all answered here below:
With over 12 million people living in Paris, it is the second most inhabited city in Europe, after London.
Paris is often referred to as the City of Light because it was the first city to adopt gas street lighting.
The time zone in Paris is GMT+1, like most European countries, except UK and Portugal. This means that Paris is 6 hours ahead of New York, 9 hours ahead of San Francisco and 9 hours behind Sydney.
The power socket used in France is Type C, Type E or Type F, with a voltage of 220-240 Volts. If in your country the plugs are different, we recommend you buy an adapter before traveling to use your appliances in Paris.
France is in the eurozone and its official currency is the euro.
Admire Paris’ most famous landmarks during a panoramic city bus tour, a one-hour scenic cruise along the Seine and skip the line access to the Eiffel Tower.5 hours 101$