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Day 1: Arrive and free time. Get comfortable and relaxed before your next activity!
Bonjour, France! Today you’ll go on an adventure to the City of Light, also known as the capital and most populous city in France. Get ready to feast on croissants, baguettes, and any other deliciousness you can get your hands on while enjoying every moment as a temporary Parisian.
After resting, make your own way to the Moulin Rouge and settle into a comfortable seat to watch Paris’ most popular show. Select a time that suits your schedule and opt to include a fine French dinner and Champagne for a truly indulgent experience.
A little history of Moulin Rouge: The original version of this famous cabaret burned down in 1015, but they were able to restore it and still lives on!
Or up for a walking tour around Moulin Rouge?
If you plan on getting around the city via metro I recommend getting the 10-day tickets at the metro station! It’s about 13 euros for 10 tickets. Once you’ve used a ticket, they are no longer valid. Each tickets is only for 1 way.
Day 2: Versailles
Spend the day at the over the top palace of Louis XIV. The Palace of Versailles is a massive estate approximately 40 minutes outside of Paris that is both beautiful and historically significant. It has seen many important events such as the Peace Treaty signing between the Germans and Allies for WWI. Walk through the landscaped gardens, tour the State apartments of the King and Queen, and see the Hall of Mirrors.
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Day 3: Tour the city
1) There are many great guides ready to show you around Paris! One of the most popular options is to take a bus tour, like the Hop-On-Hop-Off buses that give you convenient transportation around the city complete with entertaining narration.
After the boat tour feel free to walk to the Eiffel tour and Arc de Triomphe. You can take the bus from the Eiffel Tower to the Arc de Triomphe. There you can walk Champs-Elysees where you will find the cutest cafes, stores, Louis Vuitton, Gucci and my favorite Laduree.
The Louvre started out as a palace where French royalty lived, and is now one of the most famous museums in the world. It is instantly recognizable by the glass pyramid that sits in the courtyard and the lavish architecture that makes up the palace. On the inside, you’ll find the famous Mona Lisa painting as well as other masterpieces. And the great thing about the Louvre is that you aren’t restricted to daytime entry! The museum is open late multiple days per week
Also, outside the museum they sell the best crepes! From Nutella, to peanut butter and fruit…. I must say they are must dessert to have in Paris!