France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Wifi Wireless Internet in France
Wireless Internet connections are widely available in French hotels , cafés and restaurants. For security, consider a Virtual Private Network...






Your hotel in France will undoubtedly offer Wifi Internet connections, usually from your guest room as well as from the public rooms. Generally, the most expensive hotels make you pay for Wifi, the moderate and budget hotels do not.

Remember to ask for the code or mot de passe when you check in.

Use a Virtual Private Network!

Your Wifi Internet connection can easily be hacked in many places when you are traveling. You should seriously consider using a Virtual Private Network for your travel Internet connections. I do. More...

Cafés & Restaurants

Many cafés and light-meal restaurants offer Wifi. Ask a waiter for the code when you order.

Public Parks

In Paris, some public parks may have free Wifi access points, though in my experience thery rarely work, and watch out for data theft—consider using a Virtual Private Network. More...

Trains, Stations & Airports

Otherwise, transport termini (train stations, on trains, in airports, ship and ferry docks, etc.) may offer Wifi, but I rarely find that it works well, or works at all.

Internet Service Providers

The three main Internet service providers (ISPs) in France (including wireless/Wifi) are:

Bouygues Télécom

The online service of France Telecomm.


Virtual Private Networks

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Transport in France


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It probably offers Wifi—ask for the mot de Passe or the code.

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