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(on 01/08/2008 @ 09:42:36, in news
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holidays, 2binparis, summer 2008
(on 23/12/2011 @ 11:30:10, in news
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for those who love going around Pars: electric rickshaws will allow tourists to walk the streets of the City of Lights, environmentally friendly and free. This is an idea of Mazria Kheir, a young engineer who has been thinking of importing from China to Paris ecotaxi free of cost one thousand euros each. The small Parisian taxi company has decided to offer free transportation on a competitive basis in Paris. The minimum cost of the trip is 50 cents; you do not pay for transportation but for what you will decide to get on board. Certainly, to subsidize the rickshaws of Paris will be the ads posted on these alternative means of transport For passengers, the choice of tea sipping may vary from popcorn to candy that can be eaten on board. Imagine a ride along the Avenue des Champs Elysées or the Eiffel Tower munching popcorn or sipping tea, especially in this period… pure pleasure. This innovation is also planned in Rome and Milan, it deserves to be tested!
Why not take a low-cost vacation in Paris? After all, to enjoy a trip and in lean times, it takes very little.
(on 26/01/2012 @ 12:07:16, in news
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It still lack a little time but the news is official in Paris are going to get the boats, a new system of transport on the Seine river. In a year or so you can take one of the boats to move from one point of Paris to another and that means that public transport in Paris will be further enhanced. What we can tell you about it is that initially there will be three lines for a total of about 30 or 31 stops. You can visit the Eiffel Tower via boat or enjoy in the sight of the cathedral of Notre Dame along with the other important monuments of Paris that are located along the banks of the river. Let's be clear: this is not a replacement or an attempt to imitate the Bateaux Mouches. These are a completely different type of service typically tourist-style, which of course will continue to be there. The ferries that sail on the Seine in Paris will be a real means of public transport like the subway, the buses or trams. To want to draw a comparison, the service will look like public transport on a Vaporetto in Venice. So… by 2013 any of you traveling to in Paris even for a weekend, will use a new means of transport to enjoy getting around the city. Do not miss any of the beauty of Paris especially the Church of Saint Roch, a great place and very good music will amazed you!