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Last week we showed you a picture of Paris, France and asked you to share some of your best travel tips for this destination with us. There were lots of great tips that were sent in but we would like to share the following with you:

Waceke Mbuthia

From Kenya to Paris its an eight hour flight on Kenya Airways (direct flight) with the new Dreamliner. There are also other airlines that fly to Paris which are Klm, Emirates and Etihad Airways among other airlines. A passport is required and a visa as well for Kenyan Citizens.

Michelle Maritz

City of Love.. you have to visit the Eiffel Towers and one of the restaurants in the tower. Visit the Arc de Triomphe and all the lovely museums.

Melissa Hesinah Seretse

If you don’t know French asking them if they speak English should be the only thing you should learn apart from hello and goodbye. Lets say it together now, “parlez-vous anglais?” (do you speak English?)

If you went through French class in high school it’s time to make your French teacher proud! Take your time and walk around sightseeing, Paris is rich in both culture and history, absorb it all.

Phillip Adeleke

Parc de Princes is built on top of the Parisian ring road Périphérique. It lies approximately 4 kilometres south-west of the Eiffel Tower, and less than 1 kilometre south of the Bois de Boulogne and the Roland Garros tennis complex.

If coming from the southern section of the Périphérique, take exit D910/Boulogne (in the tunnel). Turn left at the end of the ramp (you will already see thestadium) onto the Avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud and then the first right onto the Rue du Commandant Guilbaud.

Remember this week’s competition is up on Facebook so you should go and enter and next week your tip may be featured on the blog!