What to do in Paris

Aleta Fimbres 02/09/2015

Are you heading to Paris for your next holiday? If the answer is yes then you have come to the right place to find out about the things you should be doing whilst there and you have also chosen the perfect location to visit. Read on to find out more about some things you should be doing on your next holiday in Paris.



Paris has a really high standard of places to stay and it is also great because there a number of great hotels like Premier Inn, but also many lower priced options like hostels and apartments. The great thing here is that Paris like any good big city does not discriminate about whatever type of traveller you happen to be.


Renting an apartment for your stay might also be beneficial because it gives you the opportunity to have a really authentic experience and live like a Parisian would.



The French are more than well known for their food culture and Paris is the hotspot for food in France. Paris has a large variety of places to eat from cosy brasseries to Michelin Star restaurants, so you will never go hungry.

Some great classic French dishes to try are things like Escargot, Steak Frites and Duck Confit.


What to see

You could write a book about the places that are possible to visit in Paris, there are more art galleries and museums than you can possibly fathom. Paris is also steeped in history and there are many historical sites to visit also. Here are some great places to visit:


  • The Eiffel Tower – this is the most iconic building in the entire city and is the symbol for Paris and France itself. You can go right to the top and get a 360 degree view of the entire city, why not walk up it and reward yourself with the stunning view, rather than taking an elevator.

  • The Palace of Versailles – This is a stunning chateau that has gardens that need to be seen to be believed. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Listed Site and was once a royal residence, but one of its most famous moments was the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, the treaty that was signed by the Germans to effectively end World War I.

  • The Louvre – this is a former palace that houses one of the largest art collections in the world. It has everything from Roman sculptures to Leonardo Da Vinci’s

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