Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, there’s never a bad time to visit Paris. It’s beautiful, it’s romantic, it’s rich in history and culture! As people like to say, Paris is never a bad idea! Whether you are planning to visit this iconic city for 1, 2, or 3 Days, my curated and detailed Paris Guides will help you maximize your time by providing all the tips, tricks, and information you need to see all that you possibly can!
1 Day in Paris
This is a challenge: what to see with very limited time. And where to eat? And how to get from Point A to Point B as efficiently as possible. In my 1 Day in Paris Guide, I will move you through many sites, including the Eiffel Tower, of course, and provide you with important information. For example, how to book your tickets ahead of time, so you spend as little time waiting in line as possible. I hate waiting in lines, don’t you? Click here to purchase your 1 Day in Paris Guide.
2 Days in Paris
My 2 Days in Paris Guide will take you through several important sites, including The Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay, two of the most important museums in the world. You simply cannot go to Paris without seeing at least one of these institutions, and I’ll make sure you see BOTH! Do you know what days these museums are closed? I’ll tell you in my Paris Guides. Feeling the need to shop in Paris? I don’t blame you one bit. I’ll take you to one of the best neighborhoods for excellent retail therapy! Click here to purchase your 2 Days in Paris Guide.
Three Days in Paris
OK, now we are cookin’! Three days…how about a visit to the Picasso Museum, newly opened in 2018. It’s amazing! How about a peek inside an opulent home, full of amazing Italian and French art, with gorgeous State Rooms now open to the public. All the details are in my 3 Days in Paris Guide. Click here to purchase your copy.
Tips for Visiting Paris
Are you familiar with French customs, like how and when to greet someone? Or what about tipping in Paris? Do you know what time shops typically close in the evenings? Are you familiar with the Paris Metro system? I’ll answer all those questions and more. Each Guide includes invaluable tips for your visit to Paris.
Just writing this post has made me want to plan my next trip to Paris….or maybe I could just go with you?
By the way, there’s several important to-do’s you need to take care of, well before your overseas trip. I have a FREE International Travel Guide and Checklist that will be a big help and make your planning significantly easier! Click on the image below to get your FREE Guide and Checklist!