Travel blogger’s tip for walking all over Paris in comfort

Paris is a walking and stair climbing city whether you are wandering around Marche aux Puces St. Ouen (Paris’s largest flea market) or on a hunt for treasure at the Louvre and you don’t want sore feet and fatigued legs to ruin your visit.

I’m sharing my travel blogger tip on what I use to minimize this – Dr. Scholl’s Custom Fit Orthotic Inserts, CF 110
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5 thoughts on “Travel blogger’s tip for walking all over Paris in comfort

  1. I’ve just returned from the most fantastic visit to Paris. I took over 100,000 steps in the first three days I was in the city! I avoided the Metro – I just walked EVERYWHERE! Thankfully I had my own orthotic insoles (a necessity due to a foot crush injury several years ago which changed the structure of my foot). Insoles can make such a difference – there is no way I would have been able to do all that walking without them!
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    • Elizabeth, WOW! That is a lot of walking!!! I agree on insoles. Couldn’t tour around Paris without them.

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