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19909ninty Sat 12-Mar-16 11:20:13


Sorry if this has been done hundreds of times.

How much money approx would you recommend for Paris for 2 days if transport is sorted breakfast is included and you have a pass for the attractions?


SohowdoIdothis Sat 12-Mar-16 13:41:35

How many coffees do you require each day?

INeedNewShoes Sat 12-Mar-16 13:47:29

If you're on a budget I'd say £40 per person per day minimum for:

1 coffee stop
Boulangerie lunch (sandwich, patisserie, drink deal)
Sit down meal of one course plus a drink

To really enjoy yourselves I'd say £60–£100 per person per day.

INeedNewShoes Sat 12-Mar-16 13:48:49

I should have said that although I used to live in Paris it's a while since I've been there so I've guessed at what inflation might have been in the interim!

Someone more useful will be along shortly I'm sure.

Pinkheart5915 Sat 12-Mar-16 13:55:09

Have been to Paris many times.
To really enjoy yourselves I'd say £60- £100 per person per day for lunch, any coffees, maybe a couple of afternoon bar drinks, dinner somewhere.

We don't really go on a budget though

19909ninty Sat 12-Mar-16 14:46:38

Thank you! I was just wondering how much cash to take in taking my card aswell just Incase but don't really want to use it if I don't have to.

I don't drink coffee at all grin I feel like I might be out of place in Paris now

INeedNewShoes Sat 12-Mar-16 16:59:08

You can order citron pressé instead of coffee smile

Hope you have a lovely time. Whereabouts in Paris is your hotel?

19909ninty Sat 12-Mar-16 18:56:36

Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel It's apparently 0.2 miles from the Eiffel Tower that all I know I'm so crap

Pinkheart5915 Sat 12-Mar-16 19:30:12

19909ninty me and my husband stayed in that hotel and it was lovely. You'll have a wonderful time staying there

Pinkheart5915 Sat 12-Mar-16 19:33:10

Are you going by Eurostar or plane?

19909ninty Sun 13-Mar-16 07:02:26

Plane smile the train ticket to London alone was more expensive than my return flights!

I'm excited now!

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