When you make that fantastic journey to Paris, you want to experience everything that this epic city has to offer. From the food and drink to the cultural events and landmarks, you’ll certainly enjoy every second that you spend in Paris.
The Eiffel Tower
If you’re staying in the Hotel Du Champs de Mars (a quaint hotel with just 25 guest rooms), you’ll be right below this famous landmark. Built in the late 19th century, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most recognizable man-made structures. This is a must-see in Paris.
Visit Jardin des Plantes
With 11 individual gardens, this stunning park built for Louis XIII offers visitors a chance to explore a piece of history. Created with medicinal intentions, Jardin des Plantes boasts a small zoo, thousands of exotic plants, and even a famous pistachio tree.
The epitome of art history and home to the Mona Lisa, this once-royal palace is one of the most famous art museums in the world. With a huge collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more, the Lourve is not to be missed.
Rock en Siene
If you’re visiting Paris at the end of August, perhaps you’ll want to visit this growing-in-popularity 3-day music festival at the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud. A beautiful park just west of the city combined with popular rock music will make the perfect afternoon or evening adventure.
Wine and Dine
You can’t leave Paris without stuffing yourself with an impressive selection of eats and drinks. Famous for French wine, cheese, and pastries, among an internationally renowned cuisine of rich delicacies for all meals, Paris has one of the best restaurant scenes. Chefs from around the world make the pilgrimage to Paris to study in this mecca of fine dining.
With so many world-famous designers out of France, Paris offers haute couture for the fashionistas and style-mongers, but there’s so much more to shopping in Paris. When you’re wandering through the streets of Paris, you may stumble upon a chic boutique or you may find yourself in a bustling flea market. There is definitely a shopping experience for everyone in Paris.
What’s a trip to Paris without a cabaret song and dance? The Moulin Rouge is an historical landmark of Parisian nightlife. Visit this infamous hall for dinner, entertainment, and an evening of sheer fun.
With so much to do in Paris, you’ll want to have plenty of time to enjoy the city.