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Cheap areas to stay in Paris

The City of Lights and love and the grand Louvre might not strike you as one of Europe's most budget-friendly destinations, but there are plenty of accommodations around the Eiffel Tower and the Seine that won't break the bank. You could start by searching for hostels along the Canal Saint-Martin, a place of bohemian beer bars and picnicking locals. The wide Boulevard de Rochechouart has plenty of budget stays, all nestled in the shadow of the famous Sacre Coeur. There's also the leafy Boulevard Saint-Germain, which has some surprising low-cost options on the Left Bank of the river.

Cheap hotels in Paris

If you think a low budget will stop you from bagging a place within walking distance of the iconic Eiffel Tower, think again. The Hotel Yooma Urban Lodge is just down the road from the great monument, flaunting clean interiors and family rooms with multiple beds. For a more conventional stay that's oozing value, the Hotel France Albion is a great option – just check out the plush suites and cosy French touches. Then there's the outlet of the famous hostel chain at the Generator Paris, offering clean dorms and panoramic rooftop terraces close to the Canal Saint-Martin.

Where to find cheap food in Paris

Forget the stylish wine bars that pepper the boulevards around the Eiffel Tower. When on a budget, Paris's street markets are the place to go. On the Left Bank, you can hit the Marche Raspail for a smorgasbord of blue cheeses and fresh country veg – a great place for shopping if you've got self-catering in those Paris cheap hotels. For more global flavours ranging from Lebanese stews to Middle Eastern mezze, there's the Marche des Enfants Rouges. For pastry cravings, the buttery croissants and macaroons of the Rue Montorgueil market in the 2nd arrondissement could be the perfect choice.

Cheap things to do in Paris

Bagging Paris cheap hotels is just the first step in that budget trip. Now you've got to plan activities that will stretch those euros. You might not need to miss out on some of the bucket-list attractions. The Louvre is free on the first Sunday of every month, and free for any travelers under 26 on Friday nights. The Eiffel Tower can be seen while having a picnic of baguettes and French cheeses on the Champ de Mars below. Meanwhile, the haunting graves of Pere Lachaise are open to all – the likes of Jim Morrison, Chopin and Proust lie within.

Cheap ways to get around Paris

Paris is well-suited to explorations by bike. So long as you steer clear of the huge boulevards that run rings around the centre, you can easily navigate from place to place on the contraflow lanes and through the parks. Velib rentals are the city cycles – they can be picked up from countless spots over the metropolis and start at just 2 EUR a day. Walking is also a bargain way to get from A to B in the City of Lights – there are pleasant promenades lining the Seine River and the urban canals that link many of the major districts.

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