Paris is a fabulous city, filled with culture, history, amazing food and incomparable shopping. I will take you through a few places you really must visit and are worth seeing.
The Eiffel Tower, Arc De Triomphe, the Louvre! Some of the cities most famous attractions and all worth visiting, however a word of warning, the Eiffel Tower is always constantly busy, you stand no chance of traveling up it without pre-booked tickets. I would recommend booking tickets to coincide with the sunset its one of the most beautiful views in the world.
Paris is a rare city in that it is just small enough to make all the sites walking distances apart. If you are able, this is the best way to see Paris, you can fall across beautiful small cafes and stalls and really emerse yourself in the culture. However the walks can be long and they are not for the faint hearted, so an alternative are the Tour Buses, they are just like the London open air buses and are a great way to travel around the city.
There are two many great restaurants in Paris to mention, it is really worth experiencing as many as possible in your time there. I will recommend you my personal favourite, Le Cinq is located in the Four Seasons Hotel, and is in my opinion one of Paris’ best restaurants. Its Michelin starred and every dish you are served here is like a work of art. As you can see in the image above the atmosphere is decedent and inviting. Although this restaurant is very expensive, its well worth it, but be sure to book far in advance!
Paris is the birth place of many of the worlds biggest fashion houses and their stores are out of this world, there are two you must visit. Louis Vuitton has its flagship store in Paris and it is a sigh to behold, over four floors or fabulous shopping. You are more than welcome to go inside for a little look, but be warned there are always long queues at the door.
Christian Louboutin has their original shop in Paris and its lovely to go have a look at, also for any men out there who are interesting in purchasing these iconic red soles, a mens shop has been opened right next door. However I warn you they are not as welcoming to people entering the stores if they have no intention to buy, so if you are just looking my advice is to keep outside the window, it is horrible receiving the glare from the store employees.
France is where these fabulous delicatessens were created and I must admit to having a soft spot for them. If you are in Paris there is only one place worth going to get them from. Laduree is a famous macaroon store and they are honestly the best in the world. Every store has Queues out of the door, however they are well worth the wait, they are expensive at just over £1.20 per macaron, however I promise you will not have tasted anything else like these before. They are a staple of Paris and it would be sinful to go without!