Last week we visited one of the most beautiful city’s, Paris! It was cold and at times raining (a lot) but we honestly couldn’t have wished for a better time. We shopped, ate loads and had even more coffee. The coffee stops were my favourite; you literally can’t beat a GOOD café crème and a spot of people watching. I’ve put together a little guide of where we stayed, what we did & places we ate, along with all the addresses and locations.
WHERE WE STAYED
41, rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, 75009 Paris
We stayed at the hotel Trinite Haussmann. Such a cute little hotel, the decor was beautiful and had a real Parisian vibe to it. The infamous balcony windows were stunning, probably my favourite part of the room. The hotel is situated on lovely traditional street and is about a 10-15-minuet taxi ride to some of the famous landmarks.
WHAT WE DID/VISITED
We only managed to fit in 3 of the famous landmarks, The Arc De Triomphe, The Louvre Museum & The Eiffel Tower (which we didn’t go up but It’s still so worth seeing). The Louvre Museum was incredible and so much bigger than I anticipated, you would need at least a full day to get around it all, It was Truly breath taking! It was really reasonable priced too; we paid a little extra and had an audio player. They are all as impressive as they look in real life. Next time I visit Paris I would like to go and see them all again but at different times of the day! We also spent a day shopping and stopping for lots of coffee on the Champs-Élysées, which was lovely, there’s a huge Sephora, I could have spent all day in!
The Louvre Museum
The Arc de Triomphe
Le Palais Royal
8 Rue de Montpensier, 75001 Paris, France
Coffee Shops & Restaurants
First things first…the coffee! Probably some of the best I’ve had and I’ve tried A LOT! I think my favourite café from the trip was at Le Nemours, It’s the perfect spot for people watching. If you are a fan of steak then Café RUC will be perfect for you. The steak was by far the best steak I’ve ever had!
Le Nemours (in the photo)
Cafe Du Mogador
Hope you enjoyed this little guide, If you have any questions then feel free to drop me a message!