Day 1 - 1 May 2022
Content: Made it to the City of Love! After a very comfortable train ride from Munich, Germany, we are ready to explore Paris. As the ride was around 6 hours, I made sure to bring a lot of snacks, water and a good book.
Content: After a short Uber ride, we made it to our hotel. While the room was pretty small, it was really clean and equipped with everything we needed (iron, ironing board, coffee maker, etc)
Content: We decided to have lunch downstairs at the hotel bar. Since we weren’t super hungry, we ordered a chocolate croissant and a cappuccino. Worth it! Both were extremely delicious. For the next few hours, we enjoyed this beautiful space and its excellent Wifi and did some work on our laptops.
Content: Since we were pretty tired, we decided to end out first day with a long walk throughout the 4th arrondissement. We stopped to take some pictures and enjoy the beautiful architecture.
Day 2 - 2 May 2022
Content: Started the day strolling through the gardens and listening to an audio tour of its history on YouTube!
Content: Stopped by the cutest restaurant in the Les Halles area for a cappuccino and some lunch. I definitely recommend the fish and chips served here. The waiter was super nice and spoke English which was a plus since our French is pretty terrible. If you visit the mall nearby, I definitely recommend checking this place out.
Content: Had such a great time learning about Rodin and seeing some of his most famous works of art.
Content: Author of the Hunchback of Notre-Dame and Les Misérable, Hugo had a beautiful apartment in the middle of Paris. A must see if you are in Le Marais!
Content: Before returning to our hotel, we visited Notre-Dame which is still under construction. The sunset views from here were amazing l!
Day 3 - 3 May 2022
Content: Located close to Notre-Dame, this medieval beauty was created in the mid-13th century by King Louis IX. We loved the stained glass windows and vibrant colors.
Content: A well known spot within the Instagram travel community, this place is also packed with locals. If you visit, take a moment to look at all the architectural details of this gorgeous building.
Content: While on our way to the next destination, we spotted this classic Parisian monument out the window. We visited this spot last year so we didn’t stop here but it was nice to see it again.
Content: One of my favorite museums in Paris, this cultural icon is a must visit. A day is definitely not enough to explore the whole museum but we tried our best. The famous Cafe Marly is also here if you need a quick break.
Content: Couldn’t miss a chance to watch Messi in action at a Paris Saint Germain game!
Day 4 - 4 May 2022
Content: Great mall in the middle of Paris with affordable shops and amazing food! We noticed a lot of locals shopping and hanging out here.
Content: This place is not only a great Instagram spot, but their cappuccinos and pastries are excellent! No need for a reservation, as it’s first come first serve.
Content: Can’t visit this neighborhood without getting a portrait from one of the artists or just checking out their art. We ended up getting a portrait of both of us and it’s our favorite souvenir from Paris.
Content: Delicious hot chocolate and French onion soup!
Day 5 - 5 May 2022
Content: If you are a big fan of Expressionist art such as myself, this place has an amazing collection by the likes of Chagall, Matisse or Van Gogh.
Content: Are you hungry while visiting the museum? Stop by the restaurant located on the last floor for some delicious coffee, tea, pastries and light lunch.
Content: Had to stop by here to admire all the beautiful architectural elements of this building.
Content: Nothing like going to the top of the Eiffel Tower to admire the city at night. We absolutely fell in love with this view. There is also a shop selling macaroons here which were delicious with the champagne.
Day 6 - 6 May 2022
Content: Took advantage of our last day in Paris by stopping by one its most famous coffee shops. This place did not disappoint! We ordered cappuccinos, croissants and omelettes. We were so lucky that there was not a long line to be seated as this place does not accept reservations.
Content: A must visit in Paris, this place absolutely surprised us with it’s beautiful architectural details! The ceiling was painted by Chagall himself!
Content: Said goodbye to Paris with some pastries at the train station. We absolutely loved this city and cannot wait to be back.