Top Things to Do in Paris

08 Apr 2020




One of the world’s most visited destinations, Paris is an enchanting cosmopolitan city like no other. No wonder why the capital of France is often dubbed the City of Lights. Beautiful Paris is packed with countless amazing attractions and we’ve handpicked the top 5 just for you.

  1. Climb the Eiffel Tower


Don’t listen to anyone who says that visiting the Eiffel Tower is touristy, cliché and overrated. This magnificent construction is the ultimate Paris highlight and, as such, climbing up to its very top is not to be missed. Just make sure you visit with a guided tour so as to skip the often long lines and make the most of your experience at the same time.

  1. Follow the Footsteps of Amelie in Montmartre


Who hasn’t fallen in love with Paris after watching the 2001 romantic comedy that stole our hearts? A stroll around Amelie’s Montmartre will first take you to the gorgeous Sacré-Cœur Church at the top of the hill. Then, you can dip your spoons in Amelie’s favourite dessert, the world-famous creme brulée, at The Café des 2 Moulin before ending your day with a film at her favourite movie theatre, the iconic Cinema Studio 28

  1. Visit the Père Lachaise Cemetery


The most visited cemetery in the world, the Père Lachaise Cemetery is like an open-air museum in the midst of lush greenery. Save time by visiting the resting places of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison and so many others in the company of a knowledgeable local.

  1. Eat Your Weight in Croissants


Nowhere in the world do those crescent-shaped miracles taste better than in Paris. A croissant in the French capital is as buttery, crispy and delicious as it could possibly be. When it comes to sampling croissants in Paris, you can’t go wrong with any of the bakeries that are scattered across the city. Just step inside a boulangerie and get ready to lose your mind over an authentic French croissant or three.

  1. Admire Masterpieces of World Art at the Louvre


The Louvre is one of the most important museums in the world. Therefore, a visit is mandatory. The museum is huge and it displays treasures from all over the world and from many historical periods, so it takes some good planning in order to manage to see everything you want in one visit.

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For centuries, Paris has remained as the city of romance in the whole of Europe. The epicenter of artistic excellence, architectural wonders and with a unique culinary culture, the French capital keeps on attracting more tourists every day. With most of them longing to express their inner Parisian outside and to blend into the diverse fabric of cultures that populate the city of light.

View the capital from Montmartre


One the most well – known neighborhoods, Montmartre, with its rich, artistic history, winding streets and small, upscale bistros in many corners, has remained as the place where locals love to visit at every chance. Hike to the top of the hillside and enjoy a part of the French life through a walking tour with tastes of aperitif and wine.


Explore your coolness in Canal Saint – Martin


 Stretching from the Seine at Port de l’Arsenal up to the Bassin de la Villette, the area of Canal Saint – Martin has become the synonym of trendiness. Stroll around the scenic neighborhood with many bars and charming bistros to choose from a short coffee and feel the vibe. During summertime, you may be lucky enough to encounter a summer concert.

Taste the blend of history and savors in Bastille


The place where once the famous prison stood, the area of Bastille has emerged as a trendy hotspot for unique bars as well as for fine dining places. Here stands one of the most futuristic buildings in Paris, the Opera Bastille while, in the 12th arrondissement, you can find the Aligre market. The perfect opportunity to taste local food (like French cheese, cured meats and chocolate) and mingle with the locals.

Get some time to relax in Batignolles


Northwest of Montmartre, this little – known, like a village, with its quirky shops and bohemian streets, is a little gem, well hidden from the touristic movement with an authentic Paris vibe. Enjoy an afternoon tea or a glass of wine with charcuterie or tapas like a local, in some of the many cool and elegant bars of the area. Or stroll around in the charming and tranquil park of Square des Batignolles to ease your mind.

Escape the hectic metropolitan feeling in Belleville


Get in love with the cosmopolitan vibe that this area gives off. Spend some time to enjoy the sunset from the beautiful Parc de Belleville with a gorgeous view over many attractions of Paris. And you might realize why Edith Piaf once called it home.

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