The French have long enjoyed their coffee and many have a special affinity for their specialty coffees, including chardonnay and the popular espresso.
Here are some tips to help you enjoy the best coffee in the world.1.
Know where you are: There are many different coffee shops in France, but one of the most important things to know is where you’re going.
Many coffee shops also sell drinks, snacks and other treats.
A popular spot for French visitors is the Rue de la Toure in the historic city of Lyon.
For those who don’t want to walk to a coffee shop and have to wait in line, there are other popular spots, including the Chateau d’Argent in Paris.2.
Know the locals: If you’re in a hurry, you can also shop for groceries at restaurants.
Be careful to avoid the ubiquitous kiosks where you pay with credit cards, which are often very unprofessional and sometimes rude.
There are also many convenience stores in France and, of course, cafes that sell food.3.
Take care when ordering: If there’s an open seating area, make sure you check that it’s safe to enter.
Many cafés have security guards to help prevent theft and crime.4.
Bring cash: Most coffee shops accept credit cards.
Make sure that you’re able to get your money to your bank account before you head to the shop.
Many shops accept foreign debit cards, too.5.
Have fun: You don’t have to be a coffee aficionado to enjoy your beverage in France.
There’s plenty of cultural attractions around the country.
The Chateaux de la Gomme, the Louvre Museum and the National Museum of the French are some of the major tourist attractions in France’s north.
The Chateaus de la Gallerie and the Louboutin have a very unique experience.
Both of them offer a wide range of food and drink from a French perspective.
The Louvre is known for its fine art galleries and has been described as “the most visited museum in the entire world.”
And the Loupeyère, a former colonial-era fortress in the Gomé area of the Gare de Lyon, has become a popular spot in the French Riviera.
The Louvre also has an annual wine festival that takes place every year, which attracts over 300,000 visitors from all over the world to watch the world’s best wine and spirits being made.6.
Enjoy your time: There is no need to rush to get coffee.
Many restaurants offer free WiFi.7.
Be prepared for crowds: Some French people like to have a cup of coffee after every meal or when visiting relatives.
But, of note, it’s illegal to stand or sit in the same place for more than 20 minutes, and you may be fined.
And some people are against this.8.
Dress smart: If it’s a hot day, bring a hat, jacket and sunglasses.
Avoid bright lights or signs of motion.9.
Avoid loud music: The Champs Elysees, one of Paris’ iconic boulevards, is usually filled with people enjoying the music of local bands.
But you can still enjoy your cup of joe and your surroundings with a quiet music playlist.