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5 MUST DO'S ON YOUR FIRST TIME IN PARIS

How do they say? Paris is always a good idea… and yeah, it definitely is! If you’ve never been, you should definitely get going! There's so much to see and do. But if you’re only there for a day or two, let’s say the weekend, how are you supposed to choose between all those amazing possibilities and sightseeing spots on your first time in Paris? We’re here to help!

  1. Start with a museum!

Depending on what you’re interested in, I would go to a museum as the first thing because it can get pretty packed during the day or evening. So choose one and go right when they open!

The Louvre has a really impressive collection of art, but my personal fav is the Musée de l’Orangerie! The Water Lilies by Monet is my absolute fav piece of art! Here, you can go on a virtual visit. However, I highly recommend seeing this beauty with your own eyes. A total must for fans of Impressionism!

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2. Some shopping maybe?

The Champs Élysées are worth a visit even if you don’t want to visit the fancy boutiques, at the Champs Élysées you can basically find something for every budget as there’s also an H&M & Zara. For skincare junkies, Sephora is definitely worth a visit! But, if you prefer some calmer place to shop, you could go to the area around Rue de Grenelle, it’s not far from the Louvre and a lot less crowded with all the same designer shops. Another popular destination is Galeries Lafayette at the Boulevard Hausmann, it’s a huge department store where you can basically find anything and again all the designers are there as well…

3. Some shopping maybe?

The Champs Élysées are worth a visit even if you don’t want to visit the fancy boutiques, at the Champs Élysées you can basically find something for every budget as there’s also an H&M & Zara. For skincare junkies, Sephora is definitely worth a visit! But, if you prefer some calmer place to shop, you could go to the area around Rue de Grenelle, it’s not far from the Louvre and a lot less crowded with all the same designer shops. Another popular destination is Galeries Lafayette at the Boulevard Hausmann, it’s a huge department store where you can basically find anything and again all the designers are there as well…

4. Holy heart!

The Sacré-Coeur is not only recommendable because it’s simply beautiful, but because it’s on a hill and you get a magnificent view all over the city! If you wish, go inside the church and get a let the size of this monument sink in. If you’re into art, just around the corner, there’s the Dalí museum, also very recommendable! Plus, there’s basically the art district with a lot of artists. Beware of the stairs though, the view has it’s price!

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5. THE landmark

The Eiffel Tower is a must, actually the number one must see on your first time in Paris! The only reason I saved this for the end, is that it’s super magical by night! If you haven’t seen it before from closer, I would recommend travelling by Metro to Place de Trocadéro and then getting out in the direction of the tower. As you’ll come up the stairs and walk towards the Place de Trocadéro and pass the last wall, you’ll be blown away! There it’ll be, the Eiffel Tower in all it’s magnificent 300 meters height! You knew it was big, but you’ll be surprised how big it really is. And if you make it there close to a full hour you’ll see it sparkle! A moment of magic, I can tell you.

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So, what are you waiting for? Book your trip to Paris, you won’t be disappointed by this city…


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