France power plug travel adapter used, Are you planning to visit or travel to France, wondering whether your cell phone or your laptop keep on working?
Before that this is some things you need to know:
- What’s kind of plug is used in France?
- What’s the voltage frequency in France?
- Do you need an adapter in France?
What kind of plug is used in France?
there are two associated France power plug socket, types C and E.
Type C: is the plug that has two round pins type
type E is the plug that has two round pins and a hole for the socket’s male pin.
What’s the Voltage frequency in France?
In France, the voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. You can use your electric appliances in France if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220 – 240 V, You should use a voltage converter which also changes the frequency.
Do you need an adapter in France?
The power plugs in France have the particularity of being male and female at the same time. In most countries, plugs only have prongs and sockets are only receptacles for those prongs, most European sockets are compatible with the French ones. But if your power plugs do not work, you will need an adapter.
What is some good advice and tips for
You think of visit France for a week or month, here is some advice for you to make your trip enjoyable and affordable?
- Is it a good time of the year to visit?
- Some of you parents or friends should know where you are at all times. Make extra copies of your flight itinerary, your hotel confirmations, anything that shows where you’re going to be.
- If you’re visiting a place you haven’t been before, become as familiar with it as you can before you go. You need to study maps, pinpoint your places of interest, and memorize the way to your hotel.
- Pick up the language. No matter where you are, be able to use basic phrases and ask for directions and for help if you need to.
- Don’t carry a lot of cash at once. Take out what you need for the day and no more.
- In general, just be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention to what’s going on around you
- Don’t share cabs with people you don’t know, go off with strangers or tell a stranger where you’re staying. Don’t bring strangers back to the hotel room. If someone knocks on your hotel room, even if it’s to deliver room service, act like someone else is in the room with you. Say “we,” not “I.”
With this advice,