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Eiffel Tower in Paris France photographed from the top of the Arc de Triompe. ©BWA_IMAGES/iStock

Eiffel Tower seen from Arc de Triomphe

France, Paris (75), colline de Montmartre, le square Louise Michel et la basilique du Sacré Coeur ©B. Gardel/hemis.fr

Place Vendome - Paris, France. ©stellalevi/iStock

Place Vendome , Paris

Paris, France - July 8, 2016: Fallafel places in Jewish quarter of Le Marais district in Paris. People have street food. ©theendup/iStock

Fallafel places in Jewish quarter of Le Marais district

The Louvre is one of the most famous monuments and tourist attractions in Paris. This photo was taken during a spring evening after the sunset in the museum courtyard and features the grandoise architecture of the palace. ©Starcevic/iStock

Louvre Museum

Notre Dame Cathedral along the Seine river ©krzych-34/iStock

Notre Dame, Paris

Basilica Of The Sacred Heart Of Paris Against Clear Blue Sky ©graphixel/iStock

Sacre Coeur, Paris, France

France, Paris (75), l'arc de Triomphe et l'avenue des Champs-Elysées ©P. Ducept/hemis.fr

France, Paris (75), l'arc de Triomphe et l'avenue des Champs-Elysées

The Place des Vosges in Paris. ©Visions Of Our Land/Getty Images

Historical site in Paris

France, Ile-de-France, Ville de Paris, Paris, Latin Quarter, Narrow street at Latin District ©G. Cozzi/Sime/Photononstop


Paris and its region

All of Paris (or almost) in 5 days!

A selection of best spots of the capital!

  • City Break
  • Culture & Heritage

Where do you start in Paris? You won’t see everything in five days but this itinerary offers the best possible overview: after exploring the chic districts of the west side, the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Élysées in particular, head off for a dive into something more romantic and historical in the Ile de la Cité and the Marais. Finish in style by exploring the Latin Quarter and the Montmartre Hill. Between dipping in culture and unforgettable evenings, this stay won’t disappoint and will make you want to return for more!

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Day 1 - Paris

Kick-off with a visit to the Louvre which will take up most of your morning. You can then go back to the chic districts of Paris, strolling through the galleries and gardens of the Palais Royal. The right bank of the Seine, pedestrianised, also offers a pleasant route. Continue on to the Palais Garnier and Place Vendôme, to admire the jeweler’s shop windows. Finish on Place de la Madeleine to shop in department stores.

MyTripTailor Advice: The small restaurants of the Japanese quarter of Rue Sainte-Anne offer excellent value for money.

Day 2 - Paris

Head to west Paris to discover the Eiffel Tower! The wait is well worth the views of the capital from the summit. Cross the Seine and the jardins du Trocadéro before heading up to the Arc de Triomphe. You can lunch on the legendary Avenue des Champs-Élysées before browsing its endless shops and cafes. Head down the avenue to Place de la Concorde to see the obelisk and walk through the jardins des Tuileries. For a first glimpse of literary Paris, take an aperitif at the place du marché Saint-Honoré and spend the evening in the Marais.

  • Distance : 18 km
  • Duration : 1h7

Day 3 - Paris

Move on from Paris chic for a dive into history! Discover the L’île de la Cité, the historic cradle of the capital where the magnificent Cathedral de Notre Dame sits. Time permitting, you can also explore the Conciergerie and Sainte-Chapelle before an outing to lîle Saint-Louis. Save some energy for an afternoon trip to the Marais and Place des Vosges in particular. End your day in the heart of the city, the Les Halles district, with its new forum, the Pompidou Centre and the bustling Rue Montorgueil.

MyTripTailor Advice: For an equally lively evening, the République and Bastille districts are close by.

  • Distance : 12 km
  • Duration : 0h52

Day 4 - Paris

If you’re for a more studious morning, you can’t leave the city without visiting the Musée d’Orsay, for art lovers, or Invalides, for those who prefer history. The Rodin Museum has some extraordinary sculptures on show. Next, go to the Latin Quarter, the capital’s intellectual epicenter, renowned for its universities and architectural flavour. End your day with a walk in the Jardin du Luxembourg before enjoying the district’s student bars or more chic alternatives.

  • Distance : 7,4 km
  • Duration : 0h27

Day 5 - Paris

Saving the best for last? Stroll through the new Athens, also called SoPi (for “South Pigalle”): an unlikely mix of chic and hot bars and restaurants. Head up to Montmartre Hill for a stroll through its ancient wine village to the Basilique du Sacré-Cœur. Next, browse the north side of the hill and the quartier des Abbesses in particular. Finish your stay in style with a night out in the restaurants and bars of the hill.

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