So, you’ve decided to travel to Paris. How exciting! As a part of your planning, you’re researching how to get around the city and which tickets or metro passes in Paris are the best for your needs. My goal in this blog is to reveal the different options, the differences between them, and which logistics you should consider that will help you make your choice.
It’s easy to think of Paris as a playground for grown-ups — fine dining, high fashion, romantic strolls, miles of art galleries, engagement photos.
But the City of Light can also be a playground for young kids and teens, with many beautiful parks, fun foods, delightful entertainment, and ways to see galleries and museums that will engage their senses and make the city feel like it was made for them, too.
On your France travel checklist, you may have, “Try a Crêpe.” But what is the difference between a crêpe and a galette – and which should you try?
Don’t miss this one, savvy travelers! Save time and money by optimizing your itinerary with the Paris Museum Pass. How does it do that? Let’s take a look!
Château Versailles is one of Europe’s greatest and most famous royal palaces. Located about an hour from Paris, it’s also one of your best day trip options.
To truly appreciate the grandeur of this historic estate visitors should plan to explore beyond the palace itself and into the beautiful manicured gardens and the expansive palace grounds.
Taking part in cultural events while visiting Europe is one of the most enriching experiences a traveler can hope to have. And in July, the place to be is in Paris on Bastille Day!
While I typically spend my days crafting custom travel itineraries for travelers, this time I’ve planned a virtual museum tour itinerary for all of you. As usual, my recommendations are based on personal experience and plenty of research. These are what I consider to be 11 of the most well-done virtual tours for European museums available online today.
While I would never suggest you skip any of France’s iconic sights, I’ve discovered some lesser known cultural gems during my travels that I highly recommend you check out so you experience both ends of the spectrum — from touristy to truly authentic. Here are my top 3 in no particular order.