As tourists flock to the French capital for the annual World Cup, many have been wondering how to best navigate the city’s streets and how to make sure they don’t get injured.

The answer is simple: stay away from cars, and only get out of them when it’s absolutely necessary.

But the French tourist industry is no stranger to safety, and it’s not just cars.

Some of the country’s most famous attractions, such as the Louvre, are still open, but not all, according to the Paris Tourism Office.

So, here are a few tips to get the most out of your trip, and avoid getting hurt.1.

Don’t leave your shoes or other belongings at home in your hotel room.

As the weather gets warmer, some hotels and resorts are closing their doors for the season.

To avoid getting soaked, it’s best to leave your belongings at your hotel.

If you don’t have them, don’t bring them to your hotel in the first place.2.

Don’ t expect to walk everywhere.

For every mile you walk, take two steps.

If the walking distance is too far, take another step.

You can walk everywhere you want, but if you have to, make sure you’re getting enough oxygen, because you may need to stay for hours at a time.3.

Wear proper clothing.

Avoid getting into the rain while in town.

Wear comfortable clothing to avoid getting caught in wet clothing.

If it rains in the city, wear heavy-duty rain gear, which is made of waterproof materials.4.

Wear appropriate footwear, especially at night.

Avoid wearing heavy shoes, which can cause blisters.

If necessary, wear a pair of comfortable, low-profile sneakers or shoes with a narrow sole, such a Nike Air Zoom, if you plan to stay at the Louveau Palace, the Gare de Lyon, or the Parc des Princes.5.

Avoid using public transportation.

Use public transportation only if you are going to the Louvesau Palace.

If not, avoid traveling at all.6.

Be prepared for the worst.

You’re going to be walking around the city in public, and there are a lot of people to deal with.

Even though you may not be getting into any trouble, you should be prepared for any possible problems that may arise.