[icon=best_time]September - October or April - early June bring good weather, wine harvesting, and smaller crowds
  • [icon=historical_site]Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Notre-Dame, Versailles, & other iconic landmarks
  • [icon=culinary]Gastronomy (crepes, baguette, local cheese, boeuf bourguignon, wine)
  • [icon=art_museums]Impressionist art
  • [icon=guided_tour]World War II history in Normandy
  • [icon=wine]Vineyards in Bordeaux & Champagne caves of Reims
  1. Cannes
  2. Paris
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  2. Is there anything open in Paris in August?
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  1. Withdraw cash as soon as you land in the airport—and then, if you run out, there are ATMs all around the city. It has the best rate as opposed to exchange kiosks.
  2. The RER commuter train is the most convenient way to get from Charles de Gaulle airport into Paris. The fare is €10,30 and takes around 30 minutes.
  3. Visa is the most widely accepted credit card in Paris shops and restaurants, with Mastercard as a close second.
  4. No need to tip at restaurants since it’s already included.
  5. Make sure you hold onto your Métro ticket for the whole trip—you’ll need it to exit the station.
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