Paris, the city of love, capital of France and one of the most visited cities in the world. France is the most visited country in the world, with nearly 87 million visitors annually and increasing. But make sure you take a travel adapter to charge your smartphone and tablet and capture the beautiful Paris attractions.
Sights like the Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triumph and the Champs Elysees are iconic and unmissable, so make sure you charge your smartphone and camera batteries and you're ready to go with a quality travel adapter.
Like any modern city, you can charge your devices for free in many places, so long as you can connect to the supply. So keep your travel
Why do you need a travel adapter in France?
France has adopted two types of
Type E is specific to
Travel adapters will work with both
When you’re out and about in the city, you may need to give your smartphone a little boost, so it’s a good idea to buy a travel adapter that is light and compact. An adapter
Power supply in France
The French power system operates at 230V 50 Hz, in common with all of Europe, that operates in the range 220V-240V. We can use any device designed to operate at a voltage within this range in France by
If your country has a different voltage supply, then
Just remember, that if your device is not compatible, then do not connect it to the French power supply without a power converter. If you do, it will almost definitely damage your device, but also it could be very dangerous. If in doubt, ask someone locally what the voltage is.
Charging USB devices with your travel adapter
Since you are likely to have several devices that need charging by USB, then it makes sense to take a travel adapter with multiple USB connections. This is even useful in when traveling in your own country, because instead of carrying several chargers, something need just one travel adapter, saving space.