36 Rue de Douai, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France
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360 Cafe prices


Can any one give me idea of how much a lunch or dinner would cost at the 360 Cafe at the Montparnasse Tower. Nothing fancy.
Thanks for all suggestions.

Re: 360 Cafe prices

by Manara

I had lunch there at the end of November, and although I do not remember the exact price I remember that it was not more expensive than any other cafe. Foods are good but nothing fancy: sandwiches, quiche, cakes.

Re: 360 Cafe prices


Thanks, Good idea, what is the dress code for Ciel de Paris? I'm concerned my gray tennis shoes wouldn't be acceptable.

Travel Tips for Paris

Visa to Myanmar

by cochinjew

FRANCE (Paris)

they receive 150 visa applications per day, so it might take them up to one week to process a tourist visa. The consular staff is very pleasant and try to make the experience as nice as possible.
as usual communicating with them over the telephone is very difficult
after much trying i was able to get their correct number, all the numbers listed are old and out of service
the telephone number is
33 01 56881590

What type of stroller to bring to Paris

by ChicBaby

You should bring a stroller that you'll be able to collapse and carry. If the stroller does not have a carry strap, most don't, don't worry. You can make one. Simply take a shoulder strap from one of your bags and clip it on. My husband created fabric anchors to clip on two straps that worked like a backpack. We brought our Maclaren Techno XT 2004. This stroller is as wide as you should bring if you plan on squeezing through some of the turnstiles at the Metro (important to consider as you might have to do it!). This stroller is not superlight and there are much lighter ones, but there is a suspension system and larer wheels that did well on the regular cobble stones and dirt in Paris. If you're traveling during the cold and wet season, a plastic rain cover does wonders to stop the rain and cut out on the cold wind, which is what your child will call "the" wind chill factor. Your child will be spending a lot of time in there hopefully napping, so make sure it reclines if you want it to. Finally, don't use a blanket to keep your child warm in the stroller, use a bunting of some sort (i.e. Bundle Me) so they can't throw it into the street or kick it off.

Paris is impossible without:...

by Giulia_ua

Paris is impossible without: 1. Tour d’Eiffel (Eiffel’s tower). This iron construction became a real symbol of Paris. You can save some money – not that much, but sometimes very useful – buy ticket to walk to the second floor by foot (20 FF) and then pay 25 FF to get to top. If you go by elevator from the ground to the top – you will pay 65 FF.

Take your bathing suits to paris

by Joeplaboem

Near the Notre Dame during the months July and August one of the streets along the Seine is transformmed into a beach. If the sun is shinning you can tan your skin but unfortunatly not swim in the Seine.

Too dangerous ?? or too much pollution ??

You will be so happy you have this!!

by ctorres1979

If you plan on buying some of the amazing cheeses of France home with you, you much bring some sort of airtight container of really good quality ziplock more than one or two. The odor of these cheeses can really permeate through whatever packing the shop gives you and you don't want to ruin the mood if you are on a romantic trip!


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Address: 36 Rue de Douai, 9th Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75009, France