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Baie de Somme 

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Paris 

There is a reason (or I should say many reasons) why Paris is one of the most famous cities in the world. You’ve heard about it, read about it, you’ve seen it in countless movies and pictures, so chances are if you ever travel there, you’ll do it with some sort of expectations. At least I had mine when I boarded my flight to the city of lights.

I found Paris surprising because of how faithful it was to how it’s portrayed in the medias. Minutes after walking out of the central train station, I found myself wandering through narrow streets full of charming buildings and cute stores that would sell all sorts of fresh goods that left a pleasant smell all around. It was a beautiful, sunny Spring day, so that might have helped, but still – I instantly fell in love with the city and couldn’t get my hands off my camera for how many beautiful things I had to capture.

I don’t think I need to do much convincing for you to visit Paris one day, so Imma give you some tips for when you go :

– Watch your pockets and keep your personal belongings in sight!
– Chances are, you know someone who lives in Paris – Meet up with them and have them show you around so you don’t stick to the touristy spots!
– Catch the sunset on top of the Arc de Triomphe – you’ll get the best views of the city!
– Avoid driving downtown – I have a lot of experience driving abroad and Paris is one of the absolute worst citites I ever drove in. French drivers are insane!
– Plan a good budget – everything was pricier than I expected and you’ll want to try all the foods and activities. 

That’s it for me since there are already thousands of travel blogs covering every inch of Paris. If I can make one final recommendation, it would be to NOT MISS OUT ON ÉTRETAT! Rent a car and drive up for a couple of hours – you won’t regret it. 

There is a reason (or I should say many reasons) why Paris is one of the most famous cities in the world. You’ve heard about it, read about it, you’ve seen it in countless movies and pictures, so chances are if you ever travel there, you’ll do it with some sort of expectations. At least I had mine when I boarded my flight to the city of lights.

I found Paris surprising because of how faithful it was to how it’s portrayed in the medias. Minutes after walking out of the central train station, I found myself wandering through narrow streets full of charming buildings and cute stores that would sell all sorts of fresh goods that left a pleasant smell all around. It was a beautiful, sunny Spring day, so that might have helped, but still – I instantly fell in love with the city and couldn’t get my hands off my camera for how many beautiful things I had to capture.

I don’t think I need to do much convincing for you to visit Paris one day, so Imma give you some tips for when you go : 

  • Watch your pockets and keep your personal belongings in sight!
  • Chances are, you know someone who lives in Paris – Meet up with them and have them show you around so you don’t stick to the touristy spots!
  • Catch the sunset on top of the Arc de Triomphe – you’ll get the best views of the city!
  • Avoid driving downtown – I have a lot of experience driving abroad and Paris is one of the absolute worst citites I ever drove in. French drivers are insane!
  • Plan a good budget – everything was pricier than I expected and you’ll want to try all the foods and activities. 

That’s it for me since there are already thousands of travel blogs covering every inch of Paris. If I can make one final recommendation, it would be to NOT MISS OUT ON ÉTRETAT! Rent a car and drive up for a couple of hours – you won’t regret it. 

Annecy 

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Marseille

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