legal drinking age in paris


I recently read a recent article on the French city of Paris that stated that the legal drinking age is 18 for men and 17 for women. The article stated that the age of drinking is a state issue, not a city issue. The article is from a newspaper that is known for reporting about the city’s mayor, the mayor has, as of this writing, said that the city is going to start enforcing the drinking age in the city.

I have to say that a lot of people may not realize that the legal drinking age in Paris is 18. Many people think that drinking age is a local issue. In terms of what we can do to change how we are perceived by others, we can make a statement in Paris by drinking less. But what we need to do is be able to drink legally. The only thing that is going to make it easier for people to drink is to stop making it hard for them to do so.

To enforce this, the city will be requiring people to buy a special permit. This will cost money, and you might not know about it until you get a permit, but once you get one, you will have to keep it up for a year. You will also be required to prove that you are a citizen of France, which means that you will need to have a French passport.

So how will this affect you, and will it cost money? Well, you might not know if you need a permit until you get one. It will cost you money to get a permit, but it won’t cost you money to drink.

It’s not illegal to buy a permit in Paris. In fact, it is legal to buy a permit in any French city. However, the city’s regulations require you to have a special permit. This is for the sole purpose of keeping the drinking age at 21. So you might not know if you need a permit until you get it.

It depends on your local laws. Different cities have different laws. You can check a general website to find out if you are required to have a permit. If you don’t it is perfectly fine to drink. I don’t think you’ll be charged a tax for this.

There is a law that states that you must have a permit from your country of origin, but the city you live in is free to decide what to charge. Ive been told in the past to go to a bar and get a glass of wine, but that might not always be the case. A few years ago I was in Australia and my local bar was a little more expensive than I expected. But, I think I could have gone for a beer.

In general, the legal drinking age in France is 21. The reason that this is the legal drinking age in France is because in many places, the drinking age is not enforced. In other places, the drinking age is lowered because people aren’t drinking so often, or because of social pressure. So, we’re looking at a law that allows people under 21 to drink, without being required to undergo any age-related restrictions.

I was a bit surprised by the fact that the laws didn’t mention the age of drinking. That’s not really the question. What is the legal drinking age in France? It varies from place to place, and most countries don’t really enforce the drinking age. Most countries have a drinking age that allows people under 21 to drink when they are 18 or 19. So, for example, in France, the legal drinking age is 18 or 19.

I think a lot of people look at it and say, “well, you can drink any amount and still be legal.” I think the answer is, “yes, you can drink any amount, but it’s really hard to get past the legal drinking age.” It’s much harder to get past the legal age in France than in the US.

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