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Travel Guide: Paris, France

Eiffle Tower at Night

Travel Guide: Paris, France

I didn’t really know what to expect from Paris before our trip: I knew the city had some really iconic and historic sites but, in all honesty, was pleasantly surprised to find the people extremely welcoming and kind! There is so much to do and see in Paris … and here are my top choices:

The Eiffel Tower (at night):

The Eiffel Tower is arguably one of the most iconic structures in all of Europe – and when you see it lit up at night and sparkling on the hour, Paris truly transforms into that romantic city it’s known as. Best views are from the Esplanade du Trocadero!

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The Latin Quarter:

The Fifth District on the Left Bank (my favorite “side” of Paris) – across the Seine from Notre Dame – was a great surprise! I hadn’t heard much about the area before traveling to the city, but fell in love with the old architecture, small and winding streets, countless cafes, and bustle of the residents.

The Love Lock Bridge:

Pont des Arts (between the Louvre and Notre Dame) is an inspiring reminder of all the love in this world!

Honorable Mentions:

-Avenue des Champs-Elysees: Paris’s posh shopping boulevard. Great for people watching, eating, and entertainment

-The Louvre (exterior architecture): Unbelievably, I didn’t even go inside the Louvre (I know, I know) but I loved walking around the museum and comparing (or contrasting, rather) the former fortress/palace with the modern glass pyramids.

-Café Culture: Paris is one of the best representations of the quintessential “café culture” of Europe. The city is very walkable and there are so many restaurant options (with great food)!

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