Cities in France
There’s obviously more cities in France, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.
Upcoming events in France
What are the top gay cities in France?
What currency is used in France?
In France, they use the Euro (€) as their currency, darling. 💶 Most places accept credit cards, but it's always a good idea to carry some cash for those charming little cafés and shops.
Is it expensive in France?
Well, sweetie, France can be both affordable and lavish, depending on your taste. Big cities like Paris can be pricey, but smaller towns might have more budget-friendly options.
Do I need any extra paperwork to visit France?
Depending on your nationality, you might need a visa to visit France. Ensure that your passport is valid for at least 3 months beyond your planned departure date. Always double-check the visa requirements for your specific country, hun!
Is France gay friendly?
Absolutely, darling! France is very gay-friendly, with a vibrant LGBTQ+ scene and plenty of amazing events throughout the year. Just remember to be respectful of local customs and traditions.
Is gay marriage allowed in France?
Oui, oui! France legalized same-sex marriage in 2013, so feel free to tie the knot in the country of love. 💖
Can I use English in France?
English is generally understood in major cities, sugar. However, it's always a fabulous idea to learn some basic French phrases to make your trip even more enjoyable.
Should I leave a tip for a waiter in France?
In France, service is usually included in the bill, but it's still appreciated if you leave a little extra tip (around 5-10%) for exceptional service. Let's be generous, darling!
What's the best time of year to visit France?
France is fabulous year-round, sweetie! Spring and fall are ideal for enjoying mild weather, while summer is perfect for beach vacations. Winter can be cold, but it has a unique charm, especially around the holidays. Choose what suits you best!
What's the local language in France, and how do I say basic phrases?
French is the local language. Here are some useful and fun phrases for your fabulous trip:
Bonjour - Hello (use it proudly, darling!)
Merci - Thank you
Où est la fête? - Where's the party? (because, priorities)
J'adore votre style! - I love your style! (for the fashion-forward locals)
What's the local cuisine like in France, and what are some must-try dishes?
French cuisine is simply divine! Some must-try dishes include:
Baguette (the famous French bread)
Escargot (snails in garlic butter, tres chic!)
Coq au vin (chicken in red wine, a classic)
Crème brûlée (a sweet and crispy dessert)
What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in France?
In case of emergency, dial 112 (European emergency number), 15 (medical emergency), 17 (police), or 18 (firefighters). Remember, safety first, sweetie!
Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in France?
While France is quite open and diverse, there are some general etiquette tips to keep in mind:
Don't be too loud or overly familiar with strangers.
Avoid discussing personal finances or asking about someone's salary.
Maintain a sense of style and dress well in public places.