What happened last night was terrible and it's got me panicked. I got a Schengen visa and plane tickets to go to France next month and I am not sure I'll continue with my plan. Do you guys think I should risk it and go anyway?

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    It will be never more safe and cheaper. At every corner there will be a policeman to protect you, the remaining terrorists are gone in hiding, since the authorities are trying to hunt them down now. All hotels will looking desperately for guests, since especially the Americans don't come, because they are afraid. So prices are down. So it's now or never! – Karl Nov 14 '15 at 15:14
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    It probably wouldn't be a smart move to introduce yourself at the border as anything resembling your username here, though ... – hmakholm left over Monica Nov 14 '15 at 16:59
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    Risk what? What likelhood of death counts as safe to you? At the moment, this is opinion based - if you want us to answer a safety question, you need to define clearly what you want, not just broadly ask "Is X safe" – CMaster Nov 14 '15 at 17:17
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    I'm fairly sure you have several orders of magnitude more likelihood of dying in a road accident driving to the airport than of a terrorist incident on arrival! – Gagravarr Nov 14 '15 at 17:54
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    Whatever answer you get now isn't going to give you any indication of what the situation will be in a month's time. – DJClayworth Nov 14 '15 at 19:28

Just because there is an attack doesn't mean that the country is unsafe. Its totally safe to travel to Paris and France. Where have you heard that France was ever been a country mentioned as no go country. If you like France, go and enjoy

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