If you haven't been to Paris, you'll be amazed to find so much to like! Many of the city's monuments and historical buildings positively gleam following recent renovations, the quays along the Seine have been widened for more foot traffic, and even a quick glance in Paris's store windows attests to the city's love affair with fashion and objets d'art. If you haven't been to Paris in a dog's age, you're in for some changes. Forget that stereotype about rude Parisians; the city's much friendlier now, and this city noted for past glories has entered the 21st Century full speed. Paris For Dummies presents you with to-the-point information that's fun and easy to access. Maybe this is your first trip to Paris. Or maybe you visited long enough ago that you went to the Jeu de Paume to see Impressionist masterpieces and wouldn't know that they're in the Musée d'Orsay today. Maybe you're traveling to Paris on business and have only one day to enjoy yourself. Or maybe you're visiting a third or fourth time and want to see what you've missed. Whatever your circumstances, this book is for you. This newly revised edition of Paris For Dummies is clearly organized to guide you through all the advance planning aspects of your trip and then get you off and running after you're in the City of Light. You'll uncover tips for - Planning a trip, understanding the seasonal weather, making a budget, and options for travelers with special needs.