There are some Paris neighborhoods that tourists flock to because of the world-class sightseeing, but return visitors like to head to the lesser known Paris neighborhoods to get to know the city more intimately. Let’s take a look at where they’re going.
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Ah, Paris in April. It’s the stuff songs are written about, and with good reason. The City of Light awakes from its winter slumber, trees and flowers bloom, and the rains of March are all but gone. Here’s what else you can expect.
Paris is justly famous for its iconic sites. From the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower and everything in between, there’s plenty to see and do. But did you know that there is also an underground Paris that awaits you? If you’re headed back to Paris and have seen all the sites already, then it’s time to peel back another layer of the City of Light and see what’s underneath. It’s fascinating.
The Disneyland® Paris 1-Day, 2-Park Ticket gets you into both the main Disneyland® Park and Walt Disney Studios® Park, and you can even go back and forth between the two throughout the day to get the most out of your visit.
Many visitors to Paris report moments of feeling like they’ve already visited before. And it’s no wonder – it’s one of the most popular living film sets in history! So don’t feel like you’re losing your mind if you’re getting a bit of déjà vu; it’s simply that you’ve seen it in a movie. Here are some of the more requested movie locations in Paris that people ask to see in person:
Visitors and Parisians alike could argue that when it comes to the City of Light, every day can seem like Valentine’s Day. You’ve never seen so much kissing, canoodling, or so many lingering glances across a cafe table. Everyone is in love when they’re in Paris! Which makes spending actual Valentine’s Day in Paris such a no-brainer. Here’s what to expect.
There are few experiences that capture the charm of Paris quite like a delectable meal along the Champs Élysées. As I was tucking into huge portions of mouth-watering food and quizzing the waiter about the benefits of chocolate cake versus creme brûlée, I knew that the Seine River cruise, Paris Illuminations bus ride, and late dinner tour had helped make some of my Parisian dreams come true.