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Honeymoon, vacation, or otherwise - don’t miss out on visiting these spots while in Paris

  • May 31, 2022

Planning a trip, especially to a city can be hard. There is always so much to do, so many places to eat and in a city like Paris, there are so many museums that could be on your list. Don’t be surprised if you feel excited and overwhelmed at the same time cause that “must-see” list may just be never-ending and impossible to complete. But worry not, we are here to help make sure you make the most of your trip with all those Instagram-worthy posts. Ditch the tour busses and bookmark this page as it will serve as your tour guide during your stay.

Tips, Recommendations & Facts

Number of Days: 5-6

Recommended Flight Route: Make sure to land at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport no later than 11 am.

Best Time to Visit (Weather): Mid-April to Mid-May

Clothes to Carry: Tees, Polos, Light Sweatshirts, Dresses, Denim, Light Jackets or Coats, Joggers, and Comfortable clothing.

Average Flight Fares: ~ $1700 per couple depending on where you are flying from.

Budget to Keep Aside Per Couple: $350 a day (covers hotels and food)

Restaurants & Cafés
Cafés & Dessert Places - Café du Trocadéro, Angelina Paris, Cafe Laduree, Le Café Marly, Pierre Hermé, Chocolat Chapon, Monsieur Dior Café

Lunch & Dinner Spots - L'As du Fallafel, Distrito Francés Marais, Fajita Taco, Ristorante Del Arte

Recommended Ways to Commute: To travel within the main city of Paris, take the Metros. To get to the outlet mall, take the RER A Train.

Day 1




Morning Trocadero Gardens & Fountains, Glimpse of the Eiffel Tower. Grab a croissant and coffee at Café du Trocadéro or any café around the area. Go to Arc de Triomphe but also make sure to go to the top. You will need to purchase tickets.
Afternoon Walk around Champs-Élysées. Visit Galeries Lafayette Haussmann & the rooftop. Make sure to take a pitstop at Pierre Hermé which is a dessert place in Galeries Lafayette. Don’t forget to also visit the Monsieur Dior Café on Avenue Montaigne. This is a café in the Dior store. Order the chocolate star dessert at the Dior Café
Afternoon Walk around Avenue Montaigne. There are plenty of luxury stores here and on Rue de Rivoli. Visit the Louis Vuitton store located on Maison Vendôme.
Evening Take the metro to Saint Paul. You can walk around this area. Grab a falafel from L’As du Fallafel. You can also grab ice cream and desserts from Amorino.





Day 2

Morning Visit Sainte-Chapelle. This is a must-do! Make sure to purchase tickets online beforehand. It will take you roughly 2 to 3 hours to complete the tour.
Afternoon From Sainte-Chapelle, you can walk to Louvre Museum. You can skip going into the museum but make sure to see it from out. Grab a bite or two at Le Café Marly.
Afternoon If you have time, do Musée d'Orsay. The rooftop is a must-see. Walk around Tuileries garden. If you are lucky, the air swings are set up during spring and summer and this is a must-do.






Sunset Before heading elsewhere, be sure to have the hot chocolate at the Angelina Paris café. If you get a chance, you should also walk and secure your lock on The Pont des Arts (Lock Key Bridge). You may notice a few cruisers on the Seine river and if interested, you should check out one of the ports and book a ride for yourself as well.
Night Do not leave Paris without watching the Eiffel Tower lit up with sparkle-like lights. It is beautiful and worth a few shots and videos.
Late Night If you are someone who likes fine dining restaurants and clubs, visit Matignon. This turns into a club at one point. 





Day 3

Morning Be sure to check the weather. If it is a rainy day, then there is nothing better than visiting the La Vallee Village outlet mall. The outlet mall is comprised of only luxury brands. If you are looking to shop for non-luxury brands, visit Centre Commercial Val d'Europe which is a big shopping mall, connected to the outlet mall, that has many shops and restaurants. Believe us or not, you will end up spending an entire day here if you are a shopaholic. If you are looking to take a break fuel yourself with some food, check out the Italian place that is located in the mall.  The only way to get to La Vallee Village is by taking the RER A train.
Evening If you happen to return to the city before 6 pm, you may be able to squeeze in Catacombs.- check timings as it closes at 6 and plan this well out in advance by booking a slot and buying the tickets online.



Day 4

Morning Château de Versailles - You can visit this and if interested, purchase tickets for the palace tour. Don’t forget to tour the gardens as well. This tour will take you roughly 1 to 2 hours.
Afternoon Sacre Couer and the Montmartre area - It may feel like a fleet of stairs but don't give up! The view is gorgeous and so is the church! Be extremely careful of your belongings while visiting this place. You will end up spending about 2 hours in this area. You can take the gondola back down in case you want to give your feet some rest.
Evening Visit Les Marais which is a nice area. Be sure to take a pit stop at the Merci store. There are lots of bars and restaurants here. If you like Mexican food, try the nachos at Distrito Francés Marais. If time permits, visit Place Des Vosges which is a nice area.



Day 5

Morning Walk around Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris. It may be closed due to undergoing repairs but it is worth a glimpse even if you cannot enter.
Afternoon Luxemburg Gardens -  You can spend some time here by relaxing and grabbing a cup of coffee.
Afternoon How can you not pick a macaroon or two from Cafe Laduree. There are many locations but we suggest going to this one if you are around the area. 
Evening If you want some Instagram-worthy shots, visit the beautiful Palais-Royal. Do not miss out on also visiting the Nelson Mandela Garden which is just a few minutes away from Palais-Royal.






Day 6

Option 1 If you are someone who likes exploring life outside the main city, you can rent a car and drive to Château de Vaux-le-Vicomte. Spend a few hours here, grab some drinks and food, and head to Champagne.
Option 2 Wine tasting and touring - You can visit Levernois by taking the train from Paris to Dijon. It is a 3-hour ride. Once you get off the train, take a taxi ride to Hostellerie de Levernois.

Wow! I am not sure if you realized but this was a long trip! So much to do, so much to cover and it still feels like you need more days. Worry not - if you stick by what we are recommending, then you have pretty much covered ninety percent of what Paris has to offer. We hope you find our recommendations and tips helpful. Feel free to reach out to us in case you find any updated information that seems outdated here. Our team will continue to monitor all our posts to make sure we are providing relevant information.

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