Tags: Paris Eiffel Tower Louvre museum Sacré-Coeur basilica must see
When this blog article is writing, the world is living a difficult time. The health crisis we are crossing restricts us to stay at home, to take our precautions and stop momentarily our projects and activities.
Therefore, here it is useful to remind how to protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others if you:
1- Wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or alcohol-based hand rub.
2- Cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you cough or sneeze.
3- Avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with unwell people.
4- Stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell.
1- Touch your eyes, nose, or mouth if your hands are not clean.
With this in mind... Now, You are safe and You may continue to dream about your next travel. Let's visit Paris! So, here below you could know all about you shouldn't miss during your next stay in Paris.
1- The Eiffel Tower and "Champs-de-Mars":
No need to introducing this famous monument! It's the first thing to do when you visit Paris and particularly when it's your first time there. After you enjoyed the amazing view, take a moment to walk through the "Champs-de-Mars" and if it's a nice day... you can also enjoy a picnic lunch at the Eiffel Tower's feet.
Go walk through the most beautiful avenue in the world and do shopping in some luxury and prestigious French shops. Finally don't hesitate to go to the top of the "Arc-de-Triomphe" to take pictures and enjoy the excellent sight on the avenue.
Take the time to enjoy the French typical and charming Montmartre district. Have your picture painted or drink something in one of many bars! The walk will be quite sporty because there are many stairs and steep slopes! After this physical effort, enjoy a moment of comfort to visit the Sacré-Coeur basilica.
4- The Louvre museum.
There is no doubt about that! It's the most beautiful museum in the world! Through these historic galleries, you will find all the great antique, middle-age, renaissance and modern art. It's quite difficult to complete the visit on a day and if you don't want to miss the most important things you have to and go to the essentials...Meet Astrid on Tripdwellers! She is an official guide and she offers to visit the museum with "No queuing tickets". To contact her or make a reservation, it's just here.
5- Cruise on the Seine.
There are many cruises boat companies to spend a time lunch or diner on the Seine to discover at the same time the history of Paris and the main monuments.
Finally...There so many things to see and this isn't a complete list and if you want to have comfortable moves during your stay in Paris, find your private driver on Tripdwellers. Stéphane is a nice guy and above all a good driver, he knows the town better than anyone! Don't hesitate to contact him just here.