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Disneyland Paris might not be at the top of your must-see list during a Parisian vacation, but that doesn’t mean you should write it off completely. It’s a fun and fascinating day trip from the City of Light – and it’s more doable than you think. Here are our top tips for visiting Disneyland Paris.
One of the best ways to gain some perspective on what you’re experiencing in Paris is to get out of the city, even if it’s just for a day. Even the area surrounding Paris is so very different – and different from each other – that it often surprises visitors and makes them want to see even more.
Many things come to mind when one thinks of Paris – art, architecture, romantic ambiance, good food and wine – all of which can be enjoyed without connecting more personally with Parisians or learning something new. On our recent trip to Paris, my husband and I experienced an activity that enabled us to include both of these, too -– a cooking class with a French chef in his own home.
One of the fun things about visiting Europe is that so many different cultures are so close together. And that is never more true than in Paris – from England to Belgium, Germany and Switzerland, there are some fantastic day trips that help you check another country off your bucket list! Today, we’ll talk about how a Bruges day trip from Paris can be an easy and memorable experience.
Paris is a gem unto itself, but it’s surrounded by equally stunning and eloquent sights. Try a Versailles and Giverny Day Trip and see two of the most popular trips from Paris all on one convenient tour.
From November through the first week of January is a magical time in Paris. It seems like the entire city wraps itself in a giant bow and delivers itself to visitors! But the French are fanatical about vacation time during this most charming of seasons – so if you’re thinking of visiting, it’s important to know about Paris holiday closures that may affect your own vacation plans.
Champagne corks were popping around me in stereo sound, creating a festive atmosphere from the moment I sat down in the old Paradis Latin theatre. This was my 4th trip to Paris and my first time ever attending a Paris cabaret show. I was pretty excited to not only be in such an old historical theatre, but my real excitement was steeped in the chance to watch the dancers. A little secret about me – I love watching dance shows – so the chance to watch one live was pretty exciting. Plus, all of those popping corks meant it was going to be a champagne filled evening.
Whether it’s your first trip to France or you’re living in Paris and just want to get away for a day, visiting Champagne from Paris couldn’t be easier, or more fun. There are many ways to go about it, so let’s take a look at your main choices.