Following the many requests of the people I have the chance to meet and photograph, I decided to create a page with a non exhaustive list of the highlights & tips in Paris : transport, food, activity and history (for those who are curious). Feel free to send me yours !
To move everywhere while you will be in Paris :
– Metro (Subway), very easy and convenient: http://parisbytrain.com/paris-metro/
– UBER application, a private driver, equivalent to a taxi tfor a ride who will not cost more than it should 😉
For a snack, lunch, brunch, diner or just a drink in Paris
Gregory Renard – Macarons & Chocolate
The macarons are a well-known French specialty and we love them! I have tasted some of the most “famous houses” and I must say that those of Gregory Renard are my favorites! A craftsman specializing in chocolate and macarons with so many different flavors… my favorite? The salty chocolate macaron!
Location: Eiffel Tower Area
Address: 120 Rue Saint-Dominique, 75007 Paris – View on map
La fontaine de Mars – Fancy Bistrot
La Fontaine de Mars is one of the oldest bistros in Paris. Opened in 1908, three families have succeeded each other until today … The appetite must be solid … Foie gras, confit, cassoulets are homemade and compete with the finest live products of each region sprinkled with fresh wines.
Bouillon Chartier – The Oldest Bistrot in Paris
In 1896, the Bouillon Chartier was born out of a very simple concept – provide a decent meal at a reasonable price and give customers good service. This place has known and been touched by all those, the many famous and anonymous faces, who have dined there, on romantic dates, as a family or with friends. It has developed more than a personality; they have given it a soul! Have a seat at a table and take the time to admire the famous sideboards where regulars kept their own, personal napkins and the painting by Germont, who gave it to the establishment as payment for his debt there. Watch the elegant to and fro of servers dressed in black vests and white aprons, unmatched for their efficiency. And then get ready to delight your taste buds!
Terrass Hotel – Amaizing view from the terrass
Everything is in the title, a hotel that makes restaurant on top of the roof!
An exceptional view on Paris which is worth the stop…
Even if the prices are a little to high regarding the food they serve (according to me) !
My favorite place ?
I just let me be guided by a great app to find a place in my budget and whatever my desires are (french, indian, italian, or japonese…) just around where I am! There are so many good tables in Paris that it would be a shame to miss a good place close from where you stay or where you are. Bonus : there are often discounts if you book through the application. It’s called “La Fourchette” (the fork)!
Bon appétit !
Arc de Triomphe
We often pass before, around, under, but we forget to go up! By a small staircase, the ascencion takes place rapidly and the view on the “alley of the king” from the arc of triumph towards the Louvre is very ordinary.
Hot Air Balloon in Paris !
The biggest balloon in the world! Experience the unique experience of flying over Paris on the largest balloon at 150 m altitude and discover the capital as you have never seen it! The balloon flies according to the weather conditions: it is preferable to contact the the same day of your visit.
Le jardin des plantes et la ménagerie (zoo)
The garden of plants is a very pleasant park in Paris that runs along the banks of the Seine, a very pleasant ballad with a bonus for children: the menagerie!
The Ménagerie du Jardin des Plantes is a zoo in Paris, belonging to the botanical garden Jardin des Plantes. It is the second oldest zoological garden in the world.
Location: 57 Rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris – View on map
Website – Jardin des plantes: www.jardindesplantes.net
Website – La ménagerie: www.mnhn.fr/fr/visitez/lieux/menagerie-zoo-jardin-plantes
The most requested places in Paris
Walking at Trocadero on sunrise, Notre Dame & “île de la cité” on daytime, Bir Hakeim bridge on sunset or Montmartre at night.
For the curious who want to know a little more about the history of our monuments. Click on the Paris icons to see more about the locations !
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