Learn the ins and outs of traveling to Paris from an Expert - Erica Stewart.
The insider's guide to women traveling to this amazing city!
Brimming with insider knowledge, helpful tips, and recommendations to off-the-beaten path attractions, this travel guide helps you discern the good from the bad and the worthy from the overrated. From sightseeing to shopping, clubbing, and, of course, feasting like a true local, let the author guide you through the overwhelming maze of options this magical city has to offer. Are you a female adventurer? Then hop on board and travel with us as focus on answering your most ardent questions; we'll calm your fears and highlight all you must know before you go, as well as provide you with all the sources you'll need before and during your unforgettable vacation.
Few cities have the ability to make women swoon quite like Paris. The most visited and dreamed about destination in the world is often regarded as one of the most enticing for female travelers. With its near endless array of famous landmarks, unrivaled shopping, and delectable dining, Paris can deliver a phenomenal adventure no matter what your interests.
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This guide is the ultimate travel companion for the discerning woman who knows what she wants and wishes to waste no time doing it, seeing it, buying it, eating it, and experiencing it. Discover all there is to know about Paris: what to see and do, what best to avoid, how to navigate your way around, and the best spots for relaxing, dining, drinking, and shopping. You'll find chapters dedicated solely to the best health and beauty spas in Paris, as well as ideas on how to enjoy fantastic girly days in this most magical of cities.
What disappointed you about Paris Travel Guide for Women?
I do not speak French. Every recommendation was articulated with a proper French accent.<br/>The speaker should have repeated French place names several times clearly so English speakers could at least written down places named.
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