Unlike in July and August, Paris in November is full of Parisians.
Much like in July and August, Paris in November is also full of tourists.
So all in all, Paris is pretty lively in the fall, even on a windy, “storm of the century” day. In fact, if you enjoy people-watching, this is arguably a good time of the year to catch a glimpse of everyday life in Paris—think French students eating kebab sandwiches with fries on their lunch break while tourists are torturing themselves with snails and lukewarm onion soup.
Food choices aside, there’s another way to tell tourists apart—they dress up “like Parisians”… except Parisians tend to wear puffer jackets from Uniqlo and comfortable shoes for the subway commute, not fancy dresses and high heels!Share this article!