Travelling overseas requires knowledge and cultural insight of your traveling destinations. France is well known for its rich cultural heritage, the rules are different, and the culture of your own country will not translate well into French. For example, French has two different words for you: tu and vous. In English, the word you can be used to address any person or number of people, whatever the age, social status etc of that person, but in French, these distinctions are very important. You must understand when and why to use each of them. Otherwise, you may in advertently insult someone by using the wrong you. The following travel tips of France Dos and Donts help you to make your trip in France hassle free and avoid some of the more common faux pas (stumble), but keeping your eyes open and observing local manners and traditions is the only one to avoid gaffes.