Best Western Opera D'Antin

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

75 Rue de Provence, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
Best Western Opera d'Antin
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Any bus from Paris to Frankfurt

by youngken

Any route and website information?

Re: Any bus from Paris to Frankfurt

by HansDK

Re: Any bus from Paris to Frankfurt

by Agraichen

Yes there is as previously provided, but train would probably be more comfortable; Check for routing info.

Re: Any bus from Paris to Frankfurt

by K_V_B

Trains is faster, more comfortable, and when booked in advance quite reasonable. For this reason you won't find a lot of bus services on this route, as there isn't a big market for them.

Train tickets start at 39,- and the best place to book them is the German Railway Website:
Don't try to book this on the French Railway website if you live outside of europe, as they will redirect you to, where you will pay more.

Travel Tips for Paris

Free admission the first Sunday of the Month

by mi5chelle

If you can time it right, why pay for the ticket? Free is always the right price.

Also, for transportation to the Louvre, use the Metro and go in by that enterance to avoid the lines of people. If you come in via the Jardin area and main enterance you will be caught - not only on free day but all days. Walking around Le Marais in the early morning and smelling the fresh coffee

The 1st Arrondissement (in a nutshell)

by Lady_Mystique

The 1st arrondissement... is the central part of Paris along the Right Bank of the Seine and part of the Ile de la Cite, the island site of the earliest Paris settlements.

This area is rich with sights for tourists...especially for first-timers to the City of Light! It includes the Musee de Louvre -- a MUST SEE -- and the largest and most famous museum in the world; the Tuileries gardens; arcades along the Rue de Rivoli; the Palais Royale; the exquisite Ste Chapelle; and the Conciergerie. Other quartiers include Les Halles and Chatelet.

The 13th Arrondissement

by Lady_Mystique

Crossing the Seine, you are once again on the Left Bank, now in the 13th.

The new Bibliotheque (library) Nationale de France at the riverbank is part of the planned Seine Rive Gauche of the future. While characterless high-rise apartments built after WWII fill much of the 13th, there are areas of considerable neighborhood charm.

The village-like Buttes aux Cailles quartier escaped the postwar construction boom, and the Cite Florale and "la petite Alsace" of rue Daviel are small, delightful enclaves.

The 13th also contains the Gobelins area near the 5th with its tapestry workshops, the Choisy Triangle; Paris' Chinatown, and evolving neighborhoods such as Austerlitz, Tolbiac, and Massena.

The Human Body...

by ExGuyParis

is often used in advertising in France. Nudity is much more frequent. I remember being surprised the first time I saw a naked woman in a yogurt commercial on TV! Yves Saint Laurent pushed new boundaries by featuring male nudity in his campaign for M7, a cologne for men-- "full frontal,' as the expression goes. And on French beaches, nudity is a far from rare mode of (un)dress.

I have altered the image here for those who might be offended. But in France, people don't giggle, snicker, react in the puerile "American Pie" way about sex. Sex, and the human body, are natural, and good-- a part of life and love. I prefer that attitude to the sometimes-Puritanical US approach to these aspects of life.

"If God had wanted people to be naked, we would have been born that way."
- Archie Bunker

Packing List

by DinaNasser

France is quite hot in the summer. The weather is bearable though! Best time to visit Paris is in the sumnmer or spring. If you are going to Disneyland or are going to stay in a somewhat fancy hotel, then you should definitely bring a swimsuit along. You need a camera and tons of rolls of film! Of course, those are available in France, but make sure to take lots of photos. France is photogenic.


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Address: 75 Rue de Provence, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France