Paris for Women Only

by Traveling Professor on September 16, 2016

One of The Traveling Professor’s most popular tours is his Paris for Ladies only trip.    On the itinerary are the standard attractions like the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Orsay, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame.   On this women’s only trip to Paris The Traveling Professor will also feature a side trip to Giverny, the home of Monet.

Ladies Only Tours to Paris Paris for Women

Paris has plenty of markets including food markets, antique markets and even a bird market.  There are probably more chocolate makers in Paris than in any other city.

Check out The Traveling Professor’s website for the various options regarding women’s only trips to Paris.




The Traveling Professor’s Guide To Paris

by Traveling Professor on March 5, 2014

If anyone knows Paris it is The Traveling Professor. Take advantage of his practical and expert advice.  He gets right to the point on how to make a trip to Paris enjoyable, enriching, easy, and affordable.

Available on Amazon.Com here:

The Traveling Professor's Guide to Paris, 2nd Edition The Traveling Professor’s Guide to Paris, 2nd Edition
The latest edition of his book has been updated with 20% more new content and features:
  • Over 25 Lodging Options
  • More Than 30 Dining Spots for Every Taste and Budget
  • Favorite Museums and Monuments
  • Hundreds of Money Saving Tips without Sacrificing Comfort or Luxury 
  • The Paris Museum Pass
  • How to Get To/From All Paris Airports
  • Local Transportation
  • Ticketing Options for Metro, Bus and RER Train
  • Language and Customs
  • Paris Neighborhoods – The Marais, Latin Quarter, St. Germain des Pres
  • How to Rent the Right Apartment 
  • Markets Concerts
  • Money Matters Including How to Get Best Exchange Rates
  • Phones
  • What You Can’t Get in Paris
  • Trips Outside of Paris – London, Giverny, Brussels, Normandy Invasion Beaches, Versailles, Champagne Region, Chartres, Loire Valley
  • Dangers and Warnings
  • Jet Lag
  • Paris with Children
  • Detailed Itineraries to Plan a Trip
  • Tipping 
  • Private Tour Guides
  • What to Wear 
  • When to Visit 
  • What to Pack
  • Are Parisians Rude?
  • How to Get What You Want in Paris
  • Meeting People and Making Friends
  • Tips for Solo Travelers 
Since the 1st edition of The Traveling Professor’s Guide to Paris, Professor Steve Solosky has visited Paris many, many times on his own and has led hundreds of travelers on tours. Get the benefit of his research and experience in this completely updated book. It still maintains the concise format and readability that made the previous edition the smashing success that it was.

Take a lesson from the Professor and learn how to make a trip to Paris enjoyable, culturally enriching, easy, and fun. You may buy several guide books in preparation for a tour to Paris, but “The Traveling Professor’s Guide to Paris” will be the one in your pocket while visiting the City of Light.

Readers also have access to the companion website bringing updated and late-breaking news on Paris travel.


Top Ten Mistakes When Traveling to Paris

February 6, 2014

Top Ten Mistakes Made When Traveling to Italy Not Understanding Basic Social Protocols Sometimes travelers think Parisians are rude.   But this is because Parisians think travelers are rude because they don’t follow their essential social protocol of saying “bonjour”, “s’il vous plaît”, and “merci” when appropriate.  After all, we are in their country. Being a […]

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The Traveling Professor’s Guide to Paris 2nd Edition

January 3, 2014

The 1st edition of The Traveling Professor’s Guide to Paris was a success beyond expectations.  Readers enjoyed the concise format, time/money saving tips, hotel/restaurant recommendations and general touring advice.  In fact, since the publication of my book, some other authors have realized that bigger is not necessarily better by following my lead and publishing “pocket” or abbreviated versions […]

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Wine Bars in Paris

December 21, 2013

Bistrot Melac, 42 rue Léon Frot, 11th.  Métro: Charonne Since 1938 people have been discovering little-know wines from the Languedoc and Loire regions here.  The menu features foods from the Aveyron region, famous for its cheeses.  Website: Racines,  Passage des Panoramas, 2nd.  Métro:  Grands Boulevards Located in an enclosed passageway, this relatively new wine […]

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