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EURO - exchange rate of international currency

The Euro continues to build strength even against the dollar. Therefore, if you are planning a trip to France and some of the other European countries, it would definitely be too expensive. There are many ways of cheating that bad Euro exchange rate, just by making Euro-saving decisions about when you are going to go for your visit, where to go, where you are going to stay, what to do and where you are going to eat. Below are some tips as to how you are going to save Euros in a bad exchange rate.

As the Euro builds strength, particularly against the dollar, it will probably make a trip to Europe, and especially France much too expensive for your wallet. There are many ways that you will be able to cheat a bad Euro exchange rate. If you have your heart set on seeing France you can decide ahead of time about where you are going to go, when you want to go, where to stay, things to do and where to eat. Here are some tips about how you can save Euros in a bad exchange rate:

Saving Euros - Where to Go

One of the cities that you definitely want to avoid is Paris. This is a very expensive city, possibly one of the most expensive in this world. If you do not find that you can avoid Paris altogether, then fly to Paris, stay overnight and spend the day sightseeing. Some of the other expensive cities are Nice and Cannes.

You may wish to buy some more travel guides concerning places to go and the amount you will save as far as the Euro exchange rate goes:

  • A list of the regions thst France is divided up into
  • Some of the top French cities that will not be on your visit to see

Save on Those Euros!

If you feel you must definitely visit Paris during the spring, you may want to think twice about this. Spring and summer are quite costly times to visit and these seasons are not really the best times to visit.

If you absolutely feel that you must experience France in the spring, then it may be well to plan your trip either in late March or go to the French Riviera in October when it is still warm.

If you really want to save on those Euros, then it would be well to plan a trip to France in the fall or winter. You will not only save on Euros, but you will also experience the large crowds and experience France in the off-season.

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