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Wondering what to wear in Paris? Need inspiration for a Paris outfit? This packing list will help you plan for your dream trip. With a stylish Parisian capsule wardrobe, you won’t look out of place with these tips!

 


What to Pack for Paris


 

We want you to have a stress-free travel experience, and the main goal of this article is to help you plan your packing choices in an efficient way so you won’t be unprepared for your trip and know how to dress in Paris.

You’ll find insight on general Parisian attire, in addition to visual examples of the type of clothing you might want to wear based on the weather and how to build a Paris wardrobe.

As a bonus, you will also learn some general travel tips including safety precautions such as using anti-theft products like this that can help you feel less stressed during your travels.

 

Please use the visuals in this post as a guideline to help you create Paris outfits and choose corresponding items based on your own style and clothing preferences.

 

 

 

 

What Do People Wear in Paris?

 

When considering how to dress in Paris, it is important to remember that the city style is tailored and chic, yet conservative with an edge. Parisians love neutral colors and adhere to the “No more than 3 colors” rule.

To avoid standing out as a tourist on the Parisian streets, avoid items like original UGG boots, clunky tennis shoes, flip flops, and sweatpants. Paris clothes look presentable at all times; your goal is to maintain a comfortable look, while exuding femininity and edge.

 

These are some popular shoes for Paris!

 

 

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Columbia Pardon My Trench Rain Jacket | Cole Haan Packable Rain Jacket (Plus)

 

As with most destinations, practical sense applies and choosing clothing based on the weather should always be a priority over fashion. 

In general, Paris everyday fashion is more dressy than American style. This DOES NOT mean business clothing. For Paris clothing styles, think dressy top (or the type of top you’d wear to work) plus nice jeans (dark colors are always a good choice). In general, ankle-length slim or skinny jeans are the preferred denim option for your Paris attire.

When choosing Paris outfits for girls and women, leave the beachwear on the beach because it doesn’t translate well to streetwear in the city. The same goes for gym wear; unless you’re actually headed to the gym, don’t dress in your gym attire as the locals will instantly recognize you as a tourist for the lack of effort that has been put into your wardrobe.

 

What Should I Wear in Paris?

 

The most important factors in planning and packing for Paris are the activities you’ll be doing on your trip AND the weather.

Always, always, always check the weather forecast before your trip. What to wear in Paris now could be different a week later. Nothing will ruin your trip faster than being unprepared with the wrong clothing for the weather. Paris summer fashion is very different than winter fashion.

Once you’ve researched the weather, you can focus on creating a capsule travel wardrobe, which should easily fit in a carryon suitcase with the help of packing cubes to compress your clothing.

 

 

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Aerosoles Slip-On Loafer | Blondo Waterproof Ankle Bootie

 

What are the best shoes for Paris? 

 

One unexpected issue that many travelers discover once they get to Europe are the cobblestone streets.

While great to look at, stone streets aren’t always the easiest to walk on and can make for sore feet even if you don’t normally have discomfort. Depending on the city, these streets can also be hilly, slippery when wet, and uneven.

 

 

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Clarks Candra Light FlatEcco Damara Gladiator Sandal

 

In addition, we all love to dress up, but avoid heels because they’ll leave you feeling uncomfortable. Opt for wedges if you must bring a heel. Do include one pair of shoes and one outfit that can be worn for dining out or experiencing the local nightlife.

 

Popular shoe options include (click each item below for suggested styles):

 

Read this post about the how to choose the best walking shoes for Europe.

 

 

Below you’ll find helpful seasonal clothing tips and suggested packing lists that you can use as a guideline to prepare for a trip to Paris:

 

 

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Top Blouse Long Sleeve | Shirt Swing Dress Striped Dress Jeans Jeans Coat | Poncho | Skirt Sweater Flats Boots | Scarf | Bag

 

What to Wear in Paris in Spring

 

What is the weather in Paris in Spring (March, April, May)?

 

Spring in Paris is always unpredictable, so be prepared for anything and pack an item for all the elements. Always check the weather before you travel. What to wear in Paris in March may still reflect winter styles, as will what to wear in Paris in April. Paris May weather is when it finally starts to warm up. If you’re wondering what to wear in Paris in May, bring a mixture of styles for warm and cool days.

 

Start by reading these general tips on packing for spring travel:

 

Read these tips on how to pack for transitional weather.

 

What clothes should I wear in Paris in Spring?

 

That unpredictable weather means that preparation is key. Bring a jacket; layering is essential. A stylish light sweater, long sleeve tops, and t-shirts are great to mix and match with long skirts and tailored pants, which you can wear with your favorite comfortable ankle booties.

 

Find out why ankle boots are perfect for Europe in Spring!

 

Maxi dresses are perfect to wear under a light jacket on warmer days. Opt for a dress in figure-flattering black. Parisians love wearing black, so try to produce a capsule wardrobe in black, to which you can add a touch of color with your accessories (your scarf, belts, or handbag.)

And if you want to feel a little more French, pack your prettiest undergarments into your wardrobe. It will leave you feeling glamorous!

 

Be prepared for anything with these stylish travel raincoats for women!

 

What shoes should I wear in Paris in spring?

 

As with your clothes, plan your shoes based on the weather and your planned activities. Choose no more than two to three pairs of shoe in neutral colors that can mix and match with all your clothing.

Make sure your sightseeing shoes are broken in properly. Opt for a pair that is comfortable and you can wear it for hours without discomfort.

Popular styles include light brogues, sneakers (Supergas are very popular) or waterproof shoes are essential. Note that the best waterproof shoes are not made out of rubber; instead choose leather ankle boots, which are the best shoe option for travel to Europe in spring.

While not recommended for all day sightseeing, ballet flats are also a good option should you want a dressier pair of shoes on your trip for warmer days or evenings. Alternatively, being closed toe wedges for a dressy alternative.

 

Paris Packing List for Spring

 

Clothes:

  • Two short sleeve tops
  • Two long sleeve tops
  • Two additional tops
  • One pair of blue jeans
  • One pair of black ponte pants
  • One additional bottom
  • One dress
  • One rain or winter jacket
  • One warm layer
  • Thermals (if very cold)
  • Three socks
  • Ten underwear
  • Three bras
  • One versatile sleep set

 

Shoes:

  • Waterproof ankle boots (sightseeing)
  • Slip on sneakers (sightseeing)
  • Ballet flat (dressing up)
  • Wedges: (optional)

 

 

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Top | Blouse | Long SleeveBlouse | Swing Dress Striped Dress | Jeans 1 | Jeans 2 | Sweater | Vest | Skirt Shirt | Flats | Gladiator | Hat | Bag

 

What to Wear in Paris in Summer

 

What is the weather in Paris in Summer (June, July, August)?

 

Paris in the summertime can get very hot, but the weather is unpredictable and it can turn chilly. What to wear in Paris in June will definitely differ from July and August. The hottest time of day is mid to late afternoon. Check the weather and bring a light jacket if you need to.

 

Start by reading these general tips on packing for summer travel:

 

What clothes should I wear in Paris in summer?

 

For cooler days in June, you’ll need neutral tailored trousers or jeans in a dark wash, which you can wear with your comfortable ankle booties. Summer is also the time to make use of your wedge sandals, which instantly give your wardrobe a summery touch.

 

Take a look at these fashionable, comfortable walking sandals for summer!

 

Bring out your dresses! Cotton, rayon, and linen are the most comfortable in the heat. Add a belt for a feminine, polished fit. If you prefer maxi dresses or summer dresses, those all work and are a matter of style and preference.

To ensure you are prepared for unpredictable weather, don’t forget a light jacket or compact umbrella. Save museums for rainy days to make the most out of your trip.

Lastly, accessorize with sunglasses, a summer scarf, and jewelry–subtle yet stylish–to give you a touch of color. Choose minimalist jewelry (not too expensive or flashy) that reflects your own individuality and sense of style. Less is more.

 

What shoes should I wear in Paris in summer?

 

As with your clothes, plan your shoes based on the weather and your planned activities. Choose no more than two to three pairs of shoe in neutral colors that can mix and match with all your clothing.

Make sure your sightseeing shoes are broken in properly. Opt for a pair that is comfortable and you can wear it for hours without discomfort.

Pack a pair of comfortable summer sandals or canvas sneakers for all-day sightseeing and a pair of open-toe heeled wedges for a fancy night out. Note that locals don’t appreciate flip-flops being worn anywhere but seaside.

In summer, many events are outside as many venues have gardens and al fresco spaces with evening cocktail parties and happy hours. These are the best times to wear your favorite cocktail dress and enjoy the summer breeze. Pack a light jacket and cardigan for cooler days and evenings.

While not recommended for all day sightseeing, ballet flats are also a good option should you want a dressier pair of shoes on your trip for warmer days or evenings. Alternatively, being closed toe wedges for a dressy alternative.

 

This is a selection of the best sandals for travel in summer – our top recommendation for a summer trip to Paris!

 

Paris Packing List for Summer

 

Clothes:

  • Three short sleeve and/or sleeveless tops
  • One ¾ sleeve top
  • One additional top
  • Two bottoms
  • One maxi dress
  • Two summer dresses
  • One light rain jacket
  • One light layer
  • Three socks
  • Ten underwear
  • Three bras
  • One versatile sleep set

 

Shoes:

  • Comfortable sandals (sightseeing)
  • Slip on sneakers (sightseeing)
  • Ballet flat (dressing up)
  • Wedges: (optional)

 

 

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Jumper | Long Sleeve | Shirt | T Shirt | Shirtdress | Dress | Jeans 1 | Jeans 2 | Jacket | Poncho | Skirt | Sweater | Flats | Boots | Scarf | Bag

 

What to Wear in Paris in Fall

 

What is the weather in Paris in Fall (September, October, November)?

 

In autumn, the weather is cool and Paris is beautiful. If you’re wondering what to wear in Paris in September, bring a few summer clothes for leftover summer weather. Autumn colors create a picturesque setting; however, as in spring, the seasons are unpredictable.

For what to wear in Paris in October, take advantage of grey skies and pack a vivid pink or red coat for a beautiful picture in front of the Eiffel Tower!

 

Start by reading these general tips on packing for autumn travel:

 

What clothes should I wear in Paris in fall?

 

Once again, ankle booties are perfect for autumn weather and will look great teamed with leather pants or dark jeans.

 

Here are some tips on how to wear ankle boots for fall travel.

 

Parisians love wearing leather, so use the autumn season to make leather your base. It’s not only waterproof, but warm, so you will have added protection from the chill. Consider adding a well-fitted, not boxy leather jacket to your wardrobe. (If you don’t like wearing leather, try faux leather.)

Tights or stockings are ideal to wear underneath shorts or belted dresses. They provide some protection from the elements and modesty in the Parisian streets.

 

Follow this easy packing solution when traveling in between seasons!

 

Pant jumpsuits are feminine and chic. Pair them with a tailored blazer for an extra touch of sophistication. Pack one or two basic tees and long sleeve tops to create layers to mix and match your outfits. And finally, your scarves can add a pop of color to an otherwise neutral wardrobe.

 

If you think you can’t pack light with leather clothing, check out my post on How to Pack for Europe’s Budget Airlines, where I squeezed in my leather and still flew carryon only!

 

What shoes should I wear in Paris in fall?

 

As with your clothes, plan your shoes based on the weather and your planned activities. Choose no more than two-three pairs of shoe in neutral colors that can mix and match with all your clothing.

Make sure your sightseeing shoes are broken in properly. Opt for a pair that is comfortable and you can wear it for hours without discomfort.

Popular styles include light brogues, sneakers (Supergas are very popular) or waterproof shoes are essential. Note that the best waterproof shoes are not made out of rubber; instead choose leather ankle boots, which are the best shoe option for travel to Europe in fall.

If it will be cold during your trip, opt for one of these chic leather boots – they’re waterproof but look good, too!

While not recommended for all day sightseeing, ballet flats are also a good option should you want a dressier pair of shoes on your trip for warmer days or evenings. Alternatively, being closed toe wedges for a dressy alternative.

 

Paris Packing List for Fall

 

Clothes:

  • Two short sleeve tops
  • Two long sleeve tops
  • Two additional tops
  • One pair of blue jeans
  • One pair of black ponte pants
  • Two dresses
  • One rain or winter jacket
  • One warm layer
  • Thermals (if very cold)
  • Three socks
  • Ten underwear
  • Three bras
  • One versatile sleep set

 

Shoes:

  • Waterproof leather boots (sightseeing)
  • Canvas sneakers (sightseeing)
  • Ballet flat (dressing up)
  • Closed toe wedges: (optional)

 

 

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Jumper Sweater Shirt | T Shirt | Shirtdress | Dress | Jeans 1 | Jeans 2 | Jacket | Coat | Skirt | Sweater | Tall Boots | Boots | Beanie | Bag

 

What to Wear in Paris in Winter

 

What is the weather in Paris in winter? (December, January, February)?

 

You can expect cold and wet weather during the winter, with occasional days of sun. The weather will definitely impact your choices for what to wear when traveling to Paris.

 

Start by reading these general tips on packing for winter travel:

 

Use these tips to learn how to stay warm in cold weather without looking like a snowman!

 

What clothes should I wear in Paris in winter?

 

The perfect footwear for a colder climate is, of course, boots. Leather is preferable as it is comfortable, durable, and tends to be waterproof. However, faux leather materials can perform a similar function. If you want added warmth, opt for boots with a warm lining, like wool.

Tucked into your boots to create the perfect winter look will be your dark jeans or thick trousers. Layering is essential for colder climates, so pack long sleeve tops, a few sweaters, and even a t-shirt or two to wear underneath your heavy fitted jacket or warm coat.

 

Thermal underwear for women is the ultimate secret to packing light in the winter!

 

Accessories not only add style to your outfit, but warmth! Opt for long, cashmere or silk scarves in the colors of your choice as well as a stylish hat and fingerless gloves. A pair of black leather gloves can look chic as well.

Since winter in Paris is a wetter season, don’t forget to pack weather-appropriate gear like a waterproof coat or an umbrella.

 

What shoes should I wear in Paris in winter?

 

As with your clothes, plan your shoes based on the weather and your planned activities. Choose no more than two-three pairs of shoe in neutral colors that can mix and match with all your clothing.

Make sure your sightseeing shoes are broken in properly. Opt for a pair that is comfortable and you can wear it for hours without discomfort.

If it snows during your trip, opt for a pair of warm winter boots. If it will be cold and rainy without snow, opt for cute and versatile waterproof leather boots instead.

Leather sneakers are also an option for mild days. (Tip: wear skin colored stockings underneath for discreet warmth around your ankles.)

 

Paris Packing List for Winter

 

Clothes:

  • Two long sleeve tops
  • Three long sleeve sweaters
  • One additional top
  • One pair of blue jeans
  • One pair of black ponte pants
  • One additional bottom
  • One long sleeve dress
  • One winter jacket
  • One warm layer
  • Thermals
  • Three socks
  • Ten underwear
  • Three bras
  • One versatile sleep set

 

Shoes:

  • Waterproof tall or ankle leather boots (sightseeing)
  • Leather sneakers (sightseeing)
  • Ballet flat or heeled ankle boot (dressing up)
  • Closed toe wedges: (optional)

 

 

 

 

What is the Best Luggage for Paris?

 

So the hard part’s out of the way; after much turmoil you’ve finally perfected your packing list for Paris and created a chic capsule collection – now it’s time to get packing! Which luggage will work best for you?

There are various things to consider when choosing the best luggage for Europe including a difference in carry on size, strict weight restrictions, mobility on the cobblestone streets, and long flights of stairs.

The best suitcase to have when traveling Paris is a rigid trolley case, ideally with four castors. The trolley should be divided into two compartments (not just one big compartment) for easy packing. These are easy to travel with on bumpy terrain.

For a European carry on size bag, a backpack is always a safe option. It’s also the perfect fit for those of us who prefer to travel hands-free.

 

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Compass Rose Compression Packing Cubes

 

Depending on how many days or weeks you’re traveling, you may want to use luggage organizers such as packing cubeswhich allow optimum use of the space in your luggage, keeping everything organized and in place during your travels, and making the task of unpacking and repacking simple and stress-free.

As you’re headed to fashionable Europe, use an equally stylish carry-on, such as the Osprey Ozone, which is a personal favorite. Keep in mind that most of Europe’s budget airlines have a carry-on bag allowance of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. Always check your airlines individual baggage rules and regulations in advance.

 

Find out the most popular Europe travel bag styles according to our readers along with their tried and tested reviews.

 

Toiletries

 

When traveling to Paris, you’ll need some of the standard, essential toiletries, including:

  • Shampoo and conditioner
  • Body wash
  • Moisturizer (face and body)
  • Sunscreen
  • Razor
  • Makeup (we recommend keeping it simple: mascara, concealer, and a lip tint that doubles as a blush)
  • Hair ties and bobby pins
  • Dry shampoo

 

Worried that all your toiletries, makeup, skincare, and hair styling tools won’t fit into your suitcase? Read these tips on how to travel size toiletries to learn how to make the most of limited space without sacrificing your routine!

We recommend you take the most important products in travel containers like these and try to either buy basics like shampoo and shower gel in Europe or use the items provided by hotels.

Also, consider your makeup–in many European cities, women opt for natural makeup focusing on a well groomed but not over-the-top appearance.

While a daily salon blow out isn’t necessary, be mindful of your hair and makeup. Find out if it’s necessary to bring a travel blow dryer here.

When choosing your styling tools, choose items that have dual voltage and bring along a travel adapter for all your electronics. Just make sure to add all these items to your backpacking packing list for Europe so you don’t forget them.

 

Check out our guide to toiletries for more tips!

 

 

What Should I NOT Pack for Paris?

 

One unexpected issue that many travelers discover once they get to Europe are the cobblestone streets.

While great to look at, stone streets aren’t always the easiest to walk on and can make for sore feet even if you don’t normally have discomfort. Depending on the city, these streets can also be hilly, slippery when wet, and uneven.

 

Are Jeans Appropriate to Wear in Paris?

 

While Europeans tend to dress up more than Americans, you still can wear jeans in Paris. However, avoid acid wash and extremely distressed denim and opt for medium-dark blues and blacks. Black skinny jeans always look chic in Europe!

 

Our readers voted for the best skinny jeans for travel!

 

Are Leggings Okay to Wear in Paris?

 

Some travelers love wearing leggings for comfort, but they’re often too casual looking as pants for Paris. If you’re a big fan of leggings, consider pairing a black pair with long tunics during the spring, or wearing them under Paris style dresses and skirts in fall and winter.

 

Our readers voted for the best leggings for women that travel!

 

What are the Best Shoes to Wear in Paris?

 

Based on reader recommendations, we suggest tall boots for winter and wedges for summer; other styles can be used interchangeably throughout the year.

Depending on the weather, flat ankle boots, boat shoes, or driving mocs are other top recommendations amongst our readers. They’re classic options and make the perfect alternative to ballet flats, especially if you need a little more room for soft insoles.

 

Here are the best travel shoes for Paris in warm weather:

  • Wedges
  • Flats
  • Slip-ons

 

Here are the best travel shoes for Paris in cool weather:

  • Ankle boots
  • Tall boots

 

Paris Travel Tips

 

Before you head on your tour of Paris, check out these frequently asked questions on traveling to Paris.

 

What’s the best time of year to visit Paris?

 

While summer offers perfect temperatures, it’s also the busiest time of year for visiting Paris. For this very reason, many experts say fall is the best season to visit Paris because the temperatures are still comfortable but there are fewer tourists.

 

Weather in Paris

 

In summer, you can expect sunny days in the 70s and 80s, with temperatures dropping a little into fall. While it doesn’t snow in winter, it gets very cold, and December is the rainiest month.

Never travel without checking the weather forecast as this will be your ultimate packing guide for Paris. Remember that each city will have its own weather pattern so check the forecast for all the destinations you plan to visit.

Use websites such as Accuweather or Holiday Weather for advanced forecasts and don’t forget to check the weather one week and three days before your trip as mother nature doesn’t run on a tight schedule.

 

What are the best accommodations in Paris?

 

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I prefer to book “the entire home” instead of opting for shared accommodation on Airbnb. Aside from safety, I also like to feel like I’m living in the destination. It’s a small taste of local life plus you get more amenities than you would at a hotel such as a kitchen and washing machine.

 

Read these Airbnb tips for more info!

 

If you prefer the convenience and comfort of a hotel room, I like using both Agoda.com and Hotels.com. Tip: Hotels.com gives you a free night for every ten nights you book!

For hostels, we recommend Hostelworld and Hostelbookers. Always read the reviews before booking to get the best idea if the hostel is right for you. Some are quiet and family friendly while others are known for their party atmosphere.

 

Not sure about staying at a hostel? Read this.

 

What’s the Best Way to Get to Paris?

 

For flights, I like booking through Travelocity or Cheapoair (whichever one’s cheapest). Although I prefer Travelocity because they have a 24 hour money back guarantee.

To maximize your vacation time, fly into the city where you’re starting your trip and out of the city where your trip ends. Many times it’s the same price and saves you from having to spend extra time and money to go back to where you started your trip.

 

How to Get Around Paris

 

Paris has a fantastic metro that makes it easy to get around the city and travel throughout the arrondissements. It’s affordable, reliable, and quick.

There is also a bus and train system to get you to and from the airport, as well as to other cities if you expand your travels outside of Paris.

Paris is a very walkable city, and walking allows you to see all the beautiful and old architecture as you explore the city.

 

Things to Do in Paris

 

Paris is one of the most amazing cities to visit because there are so many beautiful sites to take in. Follow our recommendations before you travel to Paris.

 

What are the best sites in Paris to see?

 

  • Eiffel Tower
  • The Louvre
  • Arc de Triomphe
  • Notre-Dame
  • Luxembourg Gardens
  • Musée d’Orsay
  • Centre Pompidou
  • Catacombs
  • Champs-Élysées

 

What are the best tours in Paris?

 

Some travelers prefer the guidance of professionals for planning their trip. If you’re a fan of tours, check out these top tours for Paris.

 

 

Where’s the best shopping in Paris?

 

Paris is synonymous with fashion. It’s a city filled with luxurious designer fashion houses, but if you are looking for more budget-friendly shops, try these: Monoprix, Tati, and City Pharma, where you can get all your basic travel essentials.

 

For more tips, read this post on shopping in Paris!

 

 

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Compass Rose Secret Bra Wallet

 

Safety

 

Safety is a big concern whenever you travel, and in busy, touristy areas like Paris, pickpocketing can be a common occurrence. Taking a few safety precautions can help you feel less stressed during your travels.

 

How can I stay safe while traveling in Paris?

 

Be cautious about where you stash your cash so you don’t fall prey to muggings and pickpocketing. Make your clothing theft-proof and choose items with strong zippers. Jeans are handy for this reason: you can put important items, like your wallet and phone, in your front pockets, where it’s very difficult for a wandering hand to snatch it. Add items like the Secret Bra Pocket and Underwear with Pockets to your packing list.

And be mindful of purse snatchers! They either slash the bottom of your bag so the content fall out or slash the strap. Wear your purse strap across your body and the zipper towards the front. For extra security, check out the “theft-proof” bags featured in this post about crossbody purses.

 

These are articles with other suggested anti-theft products:

 

Remember, the safest place for your passport is locked in your accommodation. Carry a photocopy or other ID when you’re sightseeing or are out at night.

 

Read these tips on how to keep your passport safe when you travel!

 

Suggested Anti-Theft Accessories for Paris

 

  • Bra stash, neck pouch, or money belt with RFID protection
  • Anti-theft crossbody bag
  • Passport case
  • TSA-approved luggage lock
  • Clothing with hidden pockets (like underwear, tops, and scarves)

 

Key Takeaways:

 

  • In general, day-to-day European style is more dressy than American style, but this does not mean business clothing. A nice blouse and well-tailored denim is a timeless uniform that can work in Paris just as well as any other part of Europe.
  • Ultimately, choose comfortable, classic clothing that will transcend trends so you can look back at the pictures from your trip with fond memories.
  • With shoes, always choose comfort over fashion as you’ll spend long hours on your feet – don’t forget to break them in!
  • Elevators are not prevalent in local accommodation; be prepared to lift your own luggage up many flights of stairs and steep cobblestone hills.
  • Avoid oversized, heavy luggage if you plan to use trains, buses, or budget flights as storage space is limited. You should be able to maneuver through train stations (and trains) with ease.
  • Pickpockets are prevalent in all tourist cities, be aware of your surroundings and be practical about your belongings.
  • ALWAYS check the weather before you travel.

 

 

 

 


For more ideas on what to wear in Paris, please read this 10 Step Paris Packing Guide!

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Please note: Most of Europe’s budget airlines have this carryon bag allowance: 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. Always check your airline’s individual baggage rules and regulations in advance.

 


 

For more tips, please read these Europe packing lists:

 

Suggested travel resources:

 

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