Wondering what a Paris All-Inclusive package is? Here’s your guide to what is (and what’s not) included.
All-inclusive typically means that all aspects of your stay are taken care of, including accommodations. You will generally stay at a 3 to 4-star hotel to ensure that you are comfortable during your trip. The hotel will usually be in a convenient, central location, such as the historical city center.
Program visits and itineraries are another aspect of an all-inclusive package. As a tourist, you may not be as familiar with the area and will need some guidance in choosing where to go and how to access those places. An all-inclusive package provides you with the means of getting from Point A to Point B in the most efficient way possible.
Finding the most efficient way to see all the sites is always the goal of any vacation. An all-inclusive package will include tickets along with the program visits/itineraries so that you don’t have to worry about purchasing them during your vacation. A good all-inclusive package will provide you with fast-track tickets that allow you to skip the long lines at the main monuments.
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
Why is food not included? When traveling, it’s not uncommon for delays and errors to occur. If all meals are provided at specific times during the day, you may miss some of them due to transportation delays or unexpected problems at one of the sites.
You also don’t want to be bound to certain meal times and locations, which can restrict where you are able to explore and for how long.
So there you have it…your guide to a Paris All-Inclusive vacation package, an excellent option when traveling to the City of Light!