Paris For First Time Travellers

On the off chance, that you are visiting Paris, the city of Love and lights then here’s a rundown of spots you might need to look at. The Eiffel Tower, Disneyland, The Louver, Grand Palais, Notre Dame church building and Musee Rodin are probably the most famous points of interest of this city. Besides, explore the city’s fabulous roads, design boulevards and dine in at one-of-the brasseries and bistros. This French capital, has a bewildering continuance for first time guests! The renowned architectural icons, artistic treasures, chic boutiques and exquisite cuisine, is all worth experiencing. In addition, Paris is a shopper’s paradise, and you should shop here whether your tastes race to Les Puces flea market or the designer Louis Vuitton.

Where to Stay in Paris

Paris is a stunning city, that offers wonderful accommodation to every one of its guests. Honeymooners, backpackers, families and students will all discover something appropriate in their financial plan. Although, guests particularly jump at the chance to stay around Eiffel Tower, Du Louver, River Seine and Luxembourg Gardens.

Hotels for Honeymooners: Saint James Paris – Relais et Chateaux, Hotel WO – Wilson Opera, Hotel de Londres Eiffel, Le 123 Sebastopol – Astotel, Hotel Bradford Elysees – Astotel and Hotel Le Six.

Best Family Hotels: Four Seasons Hotel George V, Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Elysées, Le Bristol, The Westin Paris Vendome, Gardette Park Hotel, Best Western Paris Louvre Opera, Novotel Paris Tour Eiffel and Best Western Premier Left Bank – St Germain

Hotels for Students & Backpackers: Ibis Budget Paris La Villette, Perfect Hotel & Hostel, Ibis budget Paris Porte d’Orleans, Hotel Innova, Hotel de la Mare and Hotel De France.

What to Visit in Paris

Begin your day trip with a visit to the wrought-iron spire of the Eiffel Tower. Thereafter visit the most glamorous avenue – the ‘Arc de Triomphe’. Other fascinating points of sight seeing include the Champs-Élysées, lamplit bridges across River Seine, Notre Dame cathedral, mur végétal (vertical garden) and the striking Musée du Quai Branly. River Seine is a classified UNESCO site which you can’t miss.

You will also notice many contemporary icons! In addition, Paris bathes in the light of artistic treasures! Picasso, Renoir, Rodin, Dalí, Monet and Van Gogh have nurtured some of the world’s most famous artwork. Moreover, the Musée d’Orsay and the Pompidou houses collections in every imaginable genre.

What to Eat in Paris

The art nouveau cafes, with chair-lined terraces are permanently etched in the minds of visitors. Most importantly, French take pride in their cuisine, making dining exclusively iconic! Whether you are in a Michelin-starred restaurant or a cosy neighbourhood bistro, you’ll find treating yourself to an exquisite preparation. Don’t forget to indulge in french patisseries, different types of cheese and picnic packs.

What to Shop in Paris

The city is synonymous with fashion and style! To be honest, lifestyle shopping is this city’s forte. This is the city where you will find the most emerging international trends, along with designer boutiques and flagship stores. Check out the vintage shops, homeware stores, uber hip shops and ever amazing flea markets. Then again, the dark-green bouquiniste stalls are for second hand books. You will find some adorable children’s toy shops along the riverbanks. Above all, the opulence is inspiring, but what you will love most about this city is the intimacy that it offers. 

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  1. I like how you’ve split the hotel suggestions according to the type of traveler. A honeymooner will have a different requirement compared to a backpacker.

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