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    The Metro (subway) is mostly safe and very efficient, especially if you're sticking to the inner arrondissements, ie old Paris.
    but the pickpockets are pretty busy on some stations - not exactly a safety concern but no-one wants to lose their money.
    We name a few notorious stations in this article:
    http://journals.worldnomads.com/safetyhub/story/73442/France/Crime-in-France
    Use the usual precautions with valuables and you should be okay.
    Phil from the safety hub almost 6 years ago

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    Thank you Phil for all of your advice. :) almost 6 years ago

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    Last year we spent 1 month vacation in Paris and we got around Paris always by metro and walking. Definitely, it's a walking city! We didn't get any taxi in the whole month. Enjoy Paris! And walk as much as you can... You will enjoy it more!!! almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Surenio via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    Metro is easy and safe, but if you are pressed for time or feeling weary from so much walking, taxis are easily caught at taxi stands and not that expensive. almost 6 years ago

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    As some people have said, the Metro and walking are how I got around. If you are wary about pulling out your money to buy a fare every time you take it, try looking at getting a 3 or 4 day pass for the Metro. It's a little piece of paper, but if you stick it in a secure spot that isn't your wallet, then you don't have to pull out all your money every time you are at a station. I successfully did this for 4 days and never had trouble at all! almost 6 years ago

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    for a better experience in #paris #metro check #kemtro www.kemtro.com price discount for few days ;-) almost 6 years ago

    Answered by Aurelien COTTET via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Thank you guys for the great advice. :-) almost 6 years ago

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