Things to do and see in Paris

Paris is one of my most favourite cities in the world. I visited when I was a teenager, and loved exploring the city.

Paris has so much to offer to any type of traveller.

As a teenager I loved nothing more than walking around, getting lost and just exploring all the different sites on offer.

Last year my family and I also visited Disneyland Paris for the first time. We loved it so much that we returned again earlier this year for Superhero season.

Paris really does offer so much.

Whether it’s a romantic city break for two, a solo trip of self-discovery or a family trip, you’re bound to have a wonderful time.

Going back to when I was a teenager, one of my fondest memories is going to see the Eiffel Tower. This iconic landmark is not to be missed! It’s a must see attraction for anyone visiting Paris. When I went, I was able to go up to the second-floor viewing deck and admire the spectacular views over Paris.

It’s amazing how much you can see from being that high up. Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe and the Seine River.

Sometimes if you book online before you go, you can find a good deal and skip the queues which is always worth it!

As mentioned above, I also went to Paris last year, when my family and I went to Disneyland. We didn’t get the chance to explore Paris with the kids, but we did make the most of the magic of Disneyland. We booked to stay in the Disneyland Hotel, but there are also plenty of other off-site accommodation options in Paris such as Fraser Suites.

If you’re going for a romantic break, or perhaps a girls trip, then I can highly recommend the Moulin Rouge show.

Full of colour, extravagance, drama, dancing and music, it’s not to be missed! The elaborately dressed show girls dominate the stage, and you can also choose to include a French feast and fine Champagne before the show starts should you wish to!

If you’re into your art, then the Louvre Museum is a must see. Home to Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the Louvre is considered the world’s greatest art museum, with an unparalleled collection of items covering the full spectrum of art through the ages.

Whatever you decide to do when in Paris, I would suggest that you take a little while to just sit outside a cafe and watch the world go by. There really is something quite enchanting about Paris!

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