1 week, 7 days, 168 hours, too much to see and so little time! Divided into many different arrondissement, Paris is a city that keeps on moving and is filed with tourists and its living citizens. A week in the city of love may be a bit hectic, but it is all worth it, listen up!

The Ittinary

DAY 1:

Isn’t the first day the perfect one to visit the famous Eiffel Tower? That monument you were always dreaming about is finally right in front of your eyes so head over there already! Since it is always raining in Paris, visiting the Aquarium in the 16th arrondissement is an activity you might want to consider. And after a good lunch, I highly recommend heading to Le Louvre where you can find the most beautiful paintings full of history behind them. I went around 3pm and I immediately walked in and got my tickets without waiting in line!

Let’s sum up! 

Eiffel Tower

Aquarium de Paris

Le Louvre

DAY 2:

It’s known, the shopping in Paris is just beyond! This is also a main reason why Fashion Week happens in this city too! And for an amazing shopping street, you might want to head to Les Champs Elysées where you will be walking kilometres in front of the Arc de Triomphe. You can get up there in 2 minutes from an underground entrance as well. The next shopping street you NEED to stroll on is Avenue Montaigne (Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Gucci), the window displays will leave you speechless. After lunch in this area, get a ticket to La Grande Roue de Paris where you will see a panoramic view of the city. And that’s a wrap for today!

Let’s sum up!

Les Champs Elysées

Arc de Triomphe

Avenue Montaigne

La Grande Roue de Paris

DAY 3:

A breakfast in Saint Germain des Prés is always a good idea! Once you’re there, you might want to stay the entire day! Super close to L’île Saint Louis, cross a bridge and head over there for the cutest streets with no cars and full of vintage stores. Then, cross the bridge over again, and you will be in front of La Cathédrale Notre Dame which you might want to go in and take a look! Close to there again, is Le Marais, another adorable district where you will find cute artwork all over the walls and some cute cafés to sit down at. I know it might not seem like the most enthusiastic activity to do on vacation, but visiting the Holocaust Memorial is so interesting and really a good idea if it’s raining outside!

Let’s sum up! 

Saint Germain des Près

L’ile Saint Louis

Cathédrale de Notre Dame

Le Marais

Holocaust Memorial

DAY 4:

And right when you think there isn’t so much to see anymore, just wait for it! In the morning, visit all of the Montorgeuil neighbourhood in the first arrondissement, you will take gorgeous pictures just saying. Once you walk it all up, you will be in the 10th arrondissement and Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle is a street you also want to check out! And then, right when your legs get tired but you cannot stop walking, head over to Rue Saint Denis, the second arrondissement, which is all designers and big stores that sell fantastic clothes and fabrics. Once again, this district is close to Le Marais so if you’re not too lazy, take another stroll there!

In this afternoon, Foundation Louis Vuitton is definitely a museum to go see! If you’re lucky, unlike me, you will be able to see paintings because I went there when they finished the exhibition. However, the architecture is incredible and the design of the museum was definitely a must see when in Paris! The place is right in the middle of Le Jardin d’Acclimatation so if it’s nice out, take a stroll in the park, grab some tea, and walk there with your friends!

Let’s sum up! 

Montorgueil

Boulevard Bonne Nouvelle

Rue Saint Denis

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Jardin d’Acclimatation

DAY 5:

Montmartre, Sacré Coeur, now this is Paris! The church is the most gigantic and beautiful thing I’ve ever seen before! Over there, you will have an overview of Paris so lucky you if it’s nice out! What you should do is get a ticket to the dome entrance; it’s 300 steps but the view is magical! Next up, the Love Wall, right down Sacré Coeur, a blue wall where I love you is written in every language. This entire district, the 8th and the 9th are close together and you will want to spend the afternoon there, this is what I did! I hope you guys like it as much as I did!

Let’s sum up! 

Montmartre

Sacre Coeur

Love Wall

DAY 6:

Now I always take my last day to just relax and stay in my area. Of course, I try to find good restaurants and go outside a bit but I usually like to take it slow and just lay low! You guys should definitely do the same! Whichever district you’re in, just take the time to visit it and pamper yourself with a good shopping day.

DAY 7:

And that’s a wrap! I told you guys Paris is full of surprises and things to see! If you all need restaurant ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner, don’t hesitate to contact me and I will definitely find something that is best for you!

xx