Good schedule for travelers in Paris, France

After arriving at the hotel, take a stroll along the neighborhood to discover the surroundings. Explore the famous bakeries of Paris, restaurants and bars.

Day 2: Eiffel Tower, Bateaux Mouche, Champs Elysées

Head to the Eiffel Tower in the morning or late at night to avoid crowding. The most beautiful view is on Champ de Mars. Afterwards, you can go by boat on Sena from Bateaux Mouches. The sailboats can usually be found in the Alma area. From here, walk by foot or by subway to the Arc de Triomphe. From its top there is a great view of the boulevards from L’Etoile to the Louvre and La Defense.

Then walk the Champs Elysees to Place de la Concorde and the Tuileries Gardens to the Louvre. Do not visit the museum yet. Wait until the next morning, when it is less crowded.

Day 3: The Louvre Museum, Montmartre, Pigalle

Go to Louvre (closed on Tuesday) early, to avoid crowding. One morning you will only see part of the museum, because it is very large. After lunch, take a stroll down the elegant St-Honoré Street. Here you will find the home of the President of France, the Elyssée Palace (closed to the audience) and the Madeleine Church.

For shopping and to see the 19th-century Paris and the famous Opéra Garnier, you have to go to the big boulevards. Spend the afternoon with the magical atmosphere of Paris, exploring the Montmartre area, or walking (in the north, on Faubourg Montmartre to Notre-Dame de Lorette then on Fontaine towards Blanche).

Day 4: Orsay Museum, Latin Quarter, Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Start your morning admiring the Impressionist style of the Orsay Museum (it’s closed on Tuesdays). Go early to avoid crowding. Then head to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, perhaps the most inspiring monument in Paris. In the afternoon, explore the Latin Quarter using the Panthéon as a landmark. Make time to relax in Luxembourg Gardens or have a cup of coffee in a neighboring café.

Day 5: Palace of Versailles

Exit outside Paris at the Château de Versailles, built during Louis XIV’s 72-year reign, also known as the Sun King. Using the best architects and workers of the day, his grandiose desire is revealed throughout the palace and gardens. You have to see the Royal Apartments, decorated with gold and marble, the Mirror Room with 17 mirrors, 17 windows and ceiling frescoes detailing Louis XIV’s first years, and the outdoor gardens, considered the most beautiful in France .

Day 6: Disneyland

At Disneyland, in Paris, even enthusiasts of strong sensations will be in light years away from what is already known. Put your belt around and travel to Moon with Space Mountain, pilot your own space ship on Orbitron, and participate in the biggest Star Wars intergalactic battle. Then choose to go back to Earth and follow the Indiana Jones steps. Main Street, US Frontier, Adventure Country, Fantasy Land, Discoveries – all you can find here. The party just starts as soon as you put your foot on Main Street, U.S.A., then head to the Wild Wild West or Border. Continue to go and enter the Land of Adventure where you will be amazed by the beauty of the tropics. Then go on with the Fantasy Land. The most beautiful castle, where dreams await you, and in the Land of Discoveries you will be thrown into space by Space Mountain.

Day 7: La Defense, Bastilia, shopping

The last day we recommend you choose one of the variants:

La Defense and Grande Arche.
shopping (perfumes, fashion clothes and souvenirs)
Opera Garnier and the famous Place Vendome.
Enjoy the Bastille area at nightfall on your last day in Paris.

I also recommend to try and mix travel and dating/group tourism by finding other tourists in France.

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