A WEEKEND IN PARIS

Is evident that Paris requires more than a couple days of visit, not just for its size but because the great amount of monuments to see, but if you don’t have much time, you can do it this way:

 

- FRIDAY:

 Get out of work, go home, change your clothes, take your suitcase and run to the airport. If your fly is at the beginning of the afternoon, you’ll be in Paris just in time to unpack in the hotel, and get out taking a night walk with dinner included. You have many options: The Latin Quarter, Montmartre…

 

- SATURDAY:

 Hire a tourist bus. Is an option that it’s complicated at the beginning, especially if you don’t like crowded situations, but, let’s be realistic, you have two days in Paris. So, leave your complexes behind and get into adventure, with a camera in your hand. There are many enterprises, especially in the Opera part, where you can buy the ticket. But, like everything, you can get it on the internet too. Then you get on the bus and go to see monuments, getting down in the stops you feel like it. You’ll spend the day watching Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Champs-Eliysee, Place de la Concorde, Madelaine, Arch de Triumph, Pont Neuf, Les Invalides, La Sainte Chapelle, El Sacre Coeur…

 

- SUNDAY:

 What would Paris be without museums?. Even if you still want to take a walk, there are some mythical museums that deserve a Sunday morning. Of the varied offer of course the Louvre pops out. Knowing that, as everything, you’ll have very little time to see this giant, the museum has audio-guides that makes easier going to the most important works of arts, or the ones you feel more curious about. There is also Orsay Museum, to see the most pure impressionists. Or Rodin Museum. Whatever you choose it won’t let you down. You’ll be wanting more and you’ll have to come back to Paris.

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