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One of the world’s most loved cities, explore Paris to enjoy architectural wonders, gourmet food and unparalleled artistic treasures.
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Paris, France

What to do in Paris

Wander through the Latin Quarter

This Gothic neighbourhood is popular with visitors and packed with attractions. There are some amazing examples of Gothic architecture, including the church of St. Etienne du Mont and the world-famous Place du Panthéon. If you can, stop and have lunch at Le Reminet, an off-the-beaten-track bistro.

Place du Panthéon
Latin Quarter
75005
pantheon.monuments-nationaux.fr/en

Visit the art galleries of Paris

One of the best things about visiting Paris is the chance to see some of the greatest art galleries in the world. Join the crowds in front of the Mona Lisa in the Louvre, or seek out other treasures such as the Centre Pompidou, Musée d’Orsay, Musée Rodin and the Musée Marmottan Monet.

Centre Pompidou
Place Georges-Pompidou
75004
+33 1 44 78 12 33
centrepompidou.fr/en

Tour Père Lachaise Cemetery

A visit to a cemetery may not sound like a fun day out in Paris, but Père Lachaise is more interesting than most. This green space is the final resting place of some of the most famous figures in history, from Oscar Wilde to Jim Morrison.

16 Rue du Repos
75020
+33 1 55 25 82 10
pere-lachaise.com

Step into the past at Carnavalet Museum

The oldest of the city’s municipal museums is also one of its best. This museum has 600,000 exhibits spread over more than 100 rooms. Here, you can get a genuine feel for a bygone Paris; one that exists now only in old photos, letters and mementoes, all collected from cafes and lounges.

16 Rue des Francs Bourgeois
75003
+33 1 44 59 58 58
carnavalet.paris.fr/en

Shop at Galerie Vivienne

For a shopping experience that’s a world away from the most tourist-heavy areas, there’s nowhere better than the Galerie Vivienne. Located in the stylish second arrondissement, these old-fashioned covered passageways are the perfect place to pick up unique gifts, such as paintings by local artists and one-off fashion finds.

6 Rue Vivienne
75002
+33 1 49 27 00 50
galerie-vivienne.com

See Paris from above

Few Paris experiences are as iconic as heading to the top of the Eiffel Tower. However, for an alternative bird’s eye view, you could head to Notre Dame Cathedral or the Arc de Triomphe. And the city views from Sacré-Coeur, at the top of Montmartre, are sublime.

Eiffel Tower
Champ de Mars
5 Avenue Anatole France
75007
+33 8 92 70 12 39
toureiffel.paris

Where to eat in Paris

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Pierre Hermé (Patisserie)

An essential part of any trip to Paris is indulging in a few pastries, and there’s no one better to guide you than Pierre Hermé. The former Fauchon pastry chef and macaroon master has two patisseries – one on Rue Bonaparte and the other on Rue de Vaugirard – where you can pick up a sweet treat.

Pierre Hermé Paris
72 Rue Bonaparte
75006
+33 1 43 54 47 77
pierreherme.com

Le Coq Rico (French)

The house specialty at this Montmartre restaurant – classic whole roast chicken – really lives up to its name, which translates to ‘the finest rooster’. The roast comes perfectly flavoured with a crispy skin, and serves four people. All the ingredients are ethically sourced, and while it’s not the cheapest meal in Paris, it’s worth every cent.

98 Rue Lepic
75018
+33 1 42 59 82 89
en.lecoqrico.com

L’Epi Dupin (International)

If you want to impress someone with lunch at the most stylish hangout on the Rive Gauche, bring them here – just make sure you book well ahead. Chef Francois Pasteau’s inventive menu, created using local seasonal ingredients, have residents and tourists queuing up for a seat.

11 Rue Dupin
75006
+33 1 42 22 64 56
epidupin.com

Frenchie (International)

This budget-friendly restaurant gets its name from Chef Gregory Marchard (Frenchie was his nickname when he worked at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen restaurant in London). Rather than French cuisine, however, the team serves international food more suited to a gastropub, such as fish and chips, hot dogs and lobster rolls.

5-6 Rue du Nil
75002
+33 1 40 39 96 19
frenchie-restaurant.com/en

Folks and Sparrows (Cafe)

Franck Ale, the brains behind Folks and Sparrows, is a Parisian who spent years living in Brooklyn, and that NYC influence shows in his coffee shop, from the wooden furniture to the cosy armchairs. This is a lovely spot on Rue Saint-Sébastien to relax and lunch over sandwiches wrapped in brown paper and homemade cakes.

14 Rue Saint-Sébastien
75011
+33 9 81 45 90 99
facebook.com/folksandsparrows

Allard (French)

This traditional Parisian bistro has been serving hungry locals and visitors since 1932, with a focus on quality ingredients and strong cooking traditions. Here you’ll find classic French cuisine – think tender fish fillets swimming in a rich beurre blanc sauce, frogs’ legs, and comforting cassoulets.

41 Rue Saint-André des Arts
75006
+33 1 58 00 23 42
restaurant-allard.fr/en

Places to stay in Paris

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Mama Shelter

For travellers on a budget, this laidback hotel is a good choice, just a short metro ride from the city centre. There’s a French restaurant that does a great breakfast, as well as a cosy lounge. Book a deluxe or terrace room for the best views and mod cons.

109 Rue de Bagnolet
75020
+33 1 43 48 48 48
mamashelter.com/en/paris

Les3Chambres

Les3Chambres is the epitome of that most desirable Parisian quality: casual bohemian chic. The decor is a cool mix of colour and texture – think bright turquoise walls and antique furniture. Its ninth arrondissement location is just a short walk from the shopping arcades and the Palais Garnier opera house.

14 Rue Bleue
75009
+33 1 42 47 07 42
les3chambres-paris.com

Hôtel Thérèse


Given its prime location in the fashionable first arrondissement, the rates at Hôtel Thérèse are very reasonable. The rooms are modern and chic, plus it’s the perfect location for shopaholics, with the stylish shops of the Palais-Royal just a short distance away.

5-7 Rue Thérèse
75001
+33 1 42 96 10 01
hoteltherese.com

Hôtel Le Bristol

For the ultimate luxury stay in Paris, blow the budget at Hôtel Le Bristol. Located close to some of the city’s biggest attractions including the Champs-Elysées and the Louvre, this stunning hotel boasts stylish, modern rooms, a rooftop swimming pool, a Michelin-starred restaurant and a luxury spa.

112 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
75008
+33 1 53 43 43 00
lebristolparis.com

Hôtel Chopin Grands-Boulevards Paris

Staying at the Hôtel Chopin feels like starring in your own film – perhaps it’s the 19th century building, the old-fashioned decor or the gorgeous views over the city’s rooftops. For all of that, as well as its central location off Passage Jouffroy, you’d expect an expensive stay, but the prices are actually budget friendly.

46 Passage Jouffroy
75009
+33 1 47 70 58 10
hotelchopin-paris-opera.com

Hôtel Amour

This hip hotel is located in the bohemian neighbourhood of Montmartre and has some of the prettiest, quirkiest rooms in Paris. Each of the 20 rooms is uniquely designed by talented artists and some are even open-plan, with bathtubs at the foot of the beds. A real hidden gem.

8 Rue de Navarin
75009
+33 1 48 78 31 80
hotelamourparis.fr

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