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1. Use the Metro
Buying a metro pass can seem expensive, but Paris's train system is the cheapest and fastest way of getting around the city. Metro passes are also valid for buses as well as the RER which connects to the suburbs and sites such as the Palace of Versailles.
2. Eat Street Food
Paris is a metropolis that is a home to many different cultures, all with different signature dishes, and many of them are available on the go. Eating street food will save you a lot of money, and you can always sit along the Seine or near the Eiffel Tower instead of being indoors.
3. Speak French
Even if you have no previous knowledge of the language, a simple 'Bonjour' or 'Merci' will get you very far in Paris. Many Parisians can react coldly to tourists that do not make an effort to engage in the culture, therefore even a small gesture could earn you points with the French.
5. Time Your Trip Wisely
It is easy to get caught up in the hundreds of rooms in the Louvre, or all of the designer shops along the Champs-Elysees, even when there is much more to see. Therefore, make sure you have a list of what you want to do before you start your trip, so you don't end up missing out.
6. Take the Road Less Travelled
Paris is filled with tourist traps that everyone knows back home, but it is a lot more than the Louvre and Notre Dame. The city is full of hidden charms further from the busiest areas, which are only waiting to be discovered by people like you. If you're not afraid of getting a little lost, wandering around and discovering other neighborhoods can be rewarding in unexpected ways.