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In one of the oldest cities in the world, you’d think you might have a hard time getting around. However, Paris has some of the quickest and easiest ways to travel to some of the most sought after Paris attractions. We’re going to give you the best forms of travel, all broken down in on easy to understand blog.

The Paris Metro

Paris is home to one of the oldest metro’s in the country. This train is similar to what you would find with the New York City Subway or The Tube in London. Covering 300 kilometers of track, the Metro is an easily color coded system so don’t worry about having to speak much French! The Metro runs from 5:00 AM to 12:30 AM.

By Boat on the Seine

Combine getting around and seeing the sights with boat transportation on The Seine River. The boat, Batobus, has eight stops available that will get you within walking distance to some of the best attractions Paris has to offer. Some of the stops include the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and the Louvre.

Seine River Cruise in Paris

Horse & Carriage

After all, it is the City of Love, so maybe a little romance is in the air? You and your sweetheart can catch a romantic tour of Paris by taking a horse and carriage tour based around the sights of the Eiffel Tower.

Paris Sightseeing on a bikeBicycle

There are so many options when it comes to getting around Paris, it should come as no surprise that biking is one. Eat all the French food you can and then work it off with this transportation option. There are plenty of places across Paris to rent bikes, and plus, who wouldn’t want to say that they biked around the Eiffel Tower?

There are plenty of ways to see a unique city like Paris in a new way. With ever changing technology, more ways of getting around Paris will surely be coming in the future. Segway? Virtual Reality? Stay tuned!

Be sure to check 365 Tickets Canada for deals on attractions in Paris plus some great combo tickets.

 

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Megan Roche

My name is Megan and traveling is my game! I love riding rollercoasters, exploring new theme parks, visiting some of the most historical sites in the US, and writing.

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