Top 5 Things To Do In Paris
In the spirit of full disclosure, I’ve never been to Paris, but I know a few people that have and there is never a bad review.
Today I’ve compiled a list of activities Paris travelers swear by and also some things that look super fun and interesting.
Dinner, Cruise and a Show
Spend an evening on the town in Paris. This experience includes pick-up and drop-off at your central Paris hotel plus a half-bottle of champagne per person. Start the evening off with dinner at the Eiffel Tower, proceed to a romantic Seine River cruise and end the night with a show at the world-famous Le Moulin Rouge cabaret club.
Maybe you thought you had to choose between Paris and Disneyland for your travels this year and fortunately, you were wrong! It just happens to be Disneyland Paris’ 25th anniversary and you can visit both Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® as often as you’d like for a day when you choose the 1-Day/2 Parks ticket.
Get off the ground and see the most popular attractions in the Paris from the air! You’ll fly over the Seine River, Bois de Boulogne and the Palace of Versailles. You’ll make one stop at an airfield in Saint-Cyr, where you’ll have an opportunity to enjoy a complimentary drink and take photographs before heading back. Below is a sneak peak of the entire trip.
If you like to be entertained while you dine, then this is the perfect spot for you. This is said to be a spectacular cabaret show and you can choose between having just champagne with you show or throw in fine dining to round out the experience. Here is another clip to give you a taste of this attraction.
There’s one important Paris rule: You don’t leave there without sampling some baked goods…sorry for your no-carbs or low calorie diet, it’s just unheard of. This fun activity will have you making your own baguette during this 2-hour morning baking class at a Paris bakery. Don’t worry about your morning nourishment, the class begins with a delicious breakfast before getting on with the business of baking the perfect baguette, croissant and ‘pain au chocolat’ at an authentic bakery.
Of course it’s always a good idea to explore activities that fit your style, but every now and then it’s a better idea to step outside of the box and do something completely different. Hope these ideas are helpful!
What other great things have you done or heard about doing in Paris?
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