Normal printing paper or fine art (Giclèe) ?

People always ask what is the difference between "normal prints" and fine art prints, (also known as Giclée). And why it's so expensive? now I won't explain the technical side but I'm going to try to explain the easiest way.

Normal paper has acid in the paper, so it's easy to crack and brittle over time, and also becomes yellow if it is too much exposure to light.
in the case of Fine art, is acid-free and has a lifespan of over 100 years, so it doesn't fade or crack or become yellow in time.
And are printed high-resolution large format printers.
Think about it, fine art prints have a longer lifespan so the money that you spend is money well spent.