France Travel: How Expensive is PARIS? Exploring the City

In this video I explore Paris, France and show how much things cost, including accommodation, restaurants, the metro system and much more.
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Gabriel is a world traveler and travel writer who has been adventuring around the world off and on since his first trip to Europe in the summer of 1990. He is author of “Following My Thumb”, a collection of 26 exciting and hilarious autobiographical travel stories from his worldly wanderings during the 1990s; and has written several other books available on and elsewhere.

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France Travel: How Expensive is PARIS? Exploring the City


Cole Martin says:

Are you planning on visiting Pondicherry when you are in India? Very cool place! Was there in 2015

Larry Frederick says:

Was that CDG airport?

About how long did it take to get there?

Nazeeb Nassar says:

Is Kerala in your itinerary this time?

irishgar says:

Thanks for the great videos Gabriel, stay safe in India brother.

AleaderWaterShoes says:

when will you come to China?

daveheel says:

i’ve never stayed at a hostel. i see reviews of hotels and hostels online and there seem to be more complaints at hotels than hostels which seems a bit odd to me because you usually have to share a room with many people and a bathroom and sleep in bunk beds.

Lai Yu Zeng says:

IMHO, this video deserve more view and likes. Hardly find any videos that talk about the cost in Paris down to such specific level. Thanks a lot for the infos

Rick Zepeda says:

Dude, your hair looks so much better. Congrats!

ramanjot singh says:

is 7000 euro (for the whole trip including transportation and accommodation) enough for 2 people for a week?

ashish gangal says:

will you be in Delhi this time?

theuniplex says:

saw tons of pickpockets in the train station last time we were there…watch your stuff they will even follow people onto the metro and will pick your purse or pocket on the metro

Henry Martinez says:

Hey Gabriel! Good afternoon. Since you mentioned you’ll be in India for couple of months at the end of this video, will you be there until about the beginning of summer?

Sonny says:

Great Video. Thank you for posting.

Varun Parulekar says:

hey Gabriel
few places suggestions for you in India must go to 1) hampi, Karnataka 2) Gokarna, karnataka
also try to explore some area in kokan region

Makes By Nanda says:

This was great help! Thank you!

Melissa E says:

So excited you are going back to India! Love your videos 🙂

Wesley Caesar says:

I would love to see food videos of India! I loved all the food videos you did in Guatemala! Safe travels! 🙂

Connie Ainlay says:

Thakk you safe travels

Timothy Roper says:

Speaking of Lahore, have you ever thought of Pakistan? I just saw a story on CCTV America, about how they’re trying to improve security and encourage tourism in the north of Pakistan (mostly for domestic tourism). It could be very interesting, and real pioneering travel.

Musicfuel 24 says:

Thank you this video was super helpful, the metro doesn’t seem that hard to navigate like I thought.

MultiAnne36 says:

Gabriel Traveler, I have been watching you for a long time. I just got plane tickets for Paris in July 2017. I come on youtube and there you are in Paris! Thank you so much for the travel tips, very helpful.

ashish gangal says:

will you do a fan meetup in delhi? if not then please let me show you around the city. It will be an honour…

Johanna Ewards says:

Why do you not book hostels/rooms with kitchen? So you can buy food in the supermarket (ex breakfast and lunch) and store/cook it? And then maybe buy dinner at a restaurant if you want?!

Wouldn’t you save a lot of money if you did that? Or is it, in general, cheaper to book hostels without kitchen and then buy all the food at restaurants/super markets/fast food? Or do you buy food just because you want to experience that country/city’s food?

Just curious about your reasoning!!

MS Marine Diesel says:

Never been to India, looking forward to what its like.

juniper_ rain says:

what job do u have that allows you to travel a lot?

daveheel says:

just returned from paris. food can be inexpensive or expensive. just depends on what you want to spend. not everyone who works in paris can afford fine dining. i found bakeries, delis, greek, american, fast food, convenience store and grocery store options.

keith2366 says:

I was in Paris in September. I found plenty of restaurants with reasonable prices and plenty of bakeries with great sandwiches. The one thing that really surprised me was how inexpensive the Metro was compared to the Underground in London. Almost half the price.

Random Bike Trips says:

$14.50 for a burger lol

No thanks.

mira rit says:

good journey

Adam Torres says:

i loved this because I was just in Paris.

gscaria says:

I would say those prices are reasonable if you’re coming from a major US city like New York, LA, Chicago or Washington DC, but if you’re coming from the southern states or the midwest, it can be a bit pricey.

mira rit says:

you seem a little old to be in a dorm…is there an age limit?

costitravel says:

Thanks for the great videos Gabriel !

peepthezoobazz says:

You went to St. Christophers! I mentioned it in your “where am i” video. 🙂

Les Bombes d'MSP says:

I live in Paris and I hate pigeons

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