Paris is Affordable.

As one of the most popular and most visited cities in Europe, Paris can be a bit pricey. Unless you happen to be under the age of 26 with a student card and/or a European passport you might be spending a few hundred bucks on entry fees alone.

Paris is a beautiful and luxurious city but it doesn’t have to be pricey. If you are under the age of 26 and have a student card and/or European passport you are able to visit almost all of the cities must see attractions including the Louvre, Versailles among others with no entrance fee.

In case you don’t have a student card and you are under the age of 26, I recommend getting one online from International Student Identity Card (ISIC). They are accepted almost everywhere and provide certain discounts as well.

Here is a list of a few places that let you in for free with the proper identification.

1. The LouvreP10005552. Palace of VersaillesP10101573. Mussé d’OrsayP10101144. Arc de TriomphePIC_00475. Notre-Dame de Paris: The Towers and The CryptP1000807

6. Mussé de l’Armée InvalidesPIC_0142There’s many more places that offer free entry as well as reduced tickets, make sure to always ask so you can take advantage of saving a few bucks.

And remember whatever you don’t spend on entry fees to museums, you can spend it on delicious croissants, crêpes, cheese and macaroons.

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All opinions are my own.

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3 Comments

  1. Danny ummm
    August 21, 2016 / 7:41 pm

    Amazing post ^^. My third eye has been opened, I am now more savvy in the ways of budget traveling after reading your post.

  2. September 27, 2016 / 12:42 pm

    Excellent post!!! Sometimes the idea of traveling overseas can be daunting. Especially when it comes to tourist attraction spots such as Paris. The tips given in your post about the student card gives us another option to explore and alleviates our fears of overspending while on a trip. Looking forward to the next post!!!

    • Antonella Nakfour
      September 27, 2016 / 2:24 pm

      Thank you! Yes traveling abroad doesn’t have to be scary to your wallet! There are options out there that help you make the best of your trip.

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