Would you still visit Paris?

Discussion in 'Europe' started by pwarbi, February 23, 2016.

  1. pwarbi

    pwarbiMember

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    As I'm sure we're all well aware, recently Paris was targeted by ISIS and many people lost their lives, but this isn't the first time this as happened, with another attack happening only a few months earlier.

    Will this affect the tourism industry in Paris, and in France as a whole, or does it make people even more determined to carry on with their daily lives, and not let terrorism affect where they go?

    Would you still plan a trip to France, knowing that it's seen as the prime target?
     
  2. Sunflower_Michele54

    Sunflower_Michele54New Member

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    I would consider visiting Paris, France if it would be considered safe to do so. In regards to terrorism and the popular tourist attractions in Paris, I'm sure a lot of people would be hesitant to go there. However, there may still be people who would just look past it and go on with their lives. It depends on how the person feels about it.
     
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    Paris is the country of lights. The place where life and love never stops. Of course, people should go and visit the place as much as they can. Giving the upper hand to the terrorists makes them think they are victorious of their poor ideologies and that would be subjecting the generations to follow to a lifetime of terror. We are stirnger than them. Therefore, when free and when interested, visit Paris.
     

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