France is the most popular travel destinations in the world that has many tourist attractions that must be visited by travelers.
Starting from The Eiffel Tower, The Louvre Museum, Paris Disneyland, The Palace of Versailles till The Orsay Museum.
However, when visiting France you must always be careful when you are there, especially when you are carrying excessive luggage and many shopping bag. While on vacation to Paris you must be careful with your things and luggage. Also there are certain things that must be known by the travelers before traveling to France as we noted following below from Paris Info
1. DON'T TALK TOO LOUD WHEN IN FRANCE, ESPECIALLY AT NIGHT
French citizens having enough respect with others privacy & comfort as their behave culture French people is likely do not like to create loud noise. Talking loudly at night when in the restaurants or cafes will make you suddenly having a bad impression around you.
When in a dining area or public places, do not place your cell phone carelessly. Because you have to be stay careful event on vacation anything can be happen right.
2. DON'T EXPECT A HEAVY BREAKFAST WITH A SAVORY MENU
French people usually eat breakfast with a menu that is not too heavy. In addition, they used to have breakfast with sweet foods instead of savory foods. Starting with pastries, brioche with coffee or hot chocolate.
3. DON'T EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO EAT AT ANY TIME WHILE IN FRANCE
If you are on holiday in France, you must also know when to eat. Traditionally lunch in France will starting at noon to 14.00 local time Meanwhile, for dinner starting at 19.00 local time.
But the French usually eat the earliest dinner around 19.30 until 22:00 local time.
4. SUNDAY SOME SHOPS OR TOURIST ATTRACTIONS ARE CLOSED
The French are famous for the habit of always having family time. Moreover, the government does not allow all shops in all places to open on Sundays. Therefore, you might not find many things open on Sundays.
5. PARIS SUBWAY AND TRAIN SAFETY
There are several ways to get into the city, the last choice we would advise is the RER train. The RER is great for Parisians who know their way around, or experienced repeat travelers, but not great for tourists who have just hopped off a long-haul flight. "Tired and disoriented tourists are easy targets for baggage theft and pickpockets on that line. If you catch the RER train, always keep an eye on your luggage, all the way into the city."
So that's all of our information about French and good luck for your vacation.
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