Paris in a weekend!

If you are planning to visit this beautiful city for a weekend, or a few days, let me give you a quick guide so you have an idea what you want to see.

1.-  Trocadero

It is located directly opposite the Eiffel Tower, on the other side of the river. Definitely a great spot to take the best pictures of the tower!



2.- Moulin Rouge

Enjoy the classic Cabaret show, prices goes from 90 to 175 euros depending on whether it is with dinner or not. Metro station: Blanche.


3.- Sacré-Coeur

Once you are in Moulin Rouge, walking up the street “Rue Lepic” about 15 minutes up, you can visit Sacré-Coeur and enjoy the awesome views.

Be very careful in this area, since there are a lot of pickpickets!!!



4.-  Le Mur des Je t’aime (Wall of love)

After Sacré-Coeur, walk about 8 minutes to visit the wall of love. This is a very famous neighborhood of painters.

Metro station Abbesses.



5.-  Café des deux moulin

Are you a lover of French cinema? if yes, then you will be fascinated by the idea of visiting the Coffee shop where they recorded several scenes of the french film “Amélie”



6.- Louvre Museum

It is one of the most famous and visited museums in the world, where there are several works of great international artist.

Price online: €17

Closed on Tuesday.

From october to march is free on the first Sunday of each month.



7.- Gardens of Luxemburgo

After so much walking, you will want to rest for a while, the best place are those beautiful gardens, you’ll have several coffee shop around there.




8.- Notre-Dame Cathedral





9.- Paris at night!

Go for a walk before sunset, enjoy the best views of the city of love!




 10.- Triumph Arc & Champs-Elysées

In this avenue you will find the best shops from many famous designers. At the end you can see the Arc of Triomphe!


11.- Palace of Versailles

Dedicate a day to visit this beautiful castle, it was a royal residence in the past centuries. Get back in 1623, where began the idea of building a house. Apprecoate how beautiful the castle inside and outside walk around the big gardens. Totallaly worth it the entrance!

Castle and Gardens €20

Closed: Monday.






12.- Disneyland

Since I was a girls, I always dreamed of going to Disney, for one reason or another, I ended up visiting Disney when I was in Paris for the first time, I was 23 years old. It was a really wonderful day, regardless of the games, the night shows at the castle are just really unforgettable and very magical, you will definitely return to your childhood, felling the happiest child in the universe!

Entrace fee:

Adults €64

Children (3-11) €57







 13.- Cross Alexandre’s III bridge


14.- Try Macarons.


15.- Getting around:

Charles de Gaulle airport: It is about 80km from the center of Paris and you will have several options to get to the center.

Tren: About 30 minutes to the center. It cost  €10 (You can take the same ticket for a transfer in the subway)

Roissybus: Charles de Gaulle- Metro Ópera. This bus cost €11.50 and it will drop you off on one of the main metro station, so can just transfer there, it takes between 45 and 60 minutes.

If you go to Disneyland: Take the train RER B  (blue line) and change line at Châtelet – Les Halles, then take the red line RER A and get off at Gare de Marne la Vallé Chessy walk about 500 meters ant you will be at Disneyland!!!

For more datails and tickets   Info Disneyland

 Olry Airport: 

Bus: €8

25-35 minutes and it will drop you off at Denfert-Rochereau.

Beauvais Airport: 

Bus: Cost 15.90€ (online), or 17€ at the Airport, it normally takes  1h15. The buses normally part 20 min after the flight arrives in case the flight is delayed the bus wil wait. It will drop you off Porte Maillot metro station.

Paris Metro: €1,90

I leave here a list of the other principal attractions in Paris

-Orsay museum

-Barrio Latino

-Rodin museum

-catabombs of Paris

-Saint-Martin canal

-Campo de Marte

-Pantheon of París

-Picasso’s museum

-Cabaret Lido


Palabras básicas

salut Hello
bonjour Good morning/hello
bonsoir Good evening
oui yes
non no
peut-être maybe
s’il vous plaît please
merci Thank you
merci beaucoup Thak you very much
je vous en prie You’re welcome (formal)
de rien you’re welcome
excusez-moi sorry
désolé(e) or pardon sorry
tu parles espagnol?
vous parlez espagnol? Do you spanish??

Cosas que podrías ver

Entrée Entrance
Sortie Way out
Sortie de secours Emergency exit

A beautiful city to visit in three days, my best recommendation is to get up early and start the walking tour, so you can appreciate the beauty of the streets, monuments, cafes, etc

For places a little further away, you will always have the option of traveling by metro.

After traveling alone in 10 countries, I have to admit that Paris metro is one of my favorites, it has a lot of lines and almost all of them are connected between them, making it very easy and quick to get around the city!


If you haven’t been here yet, do not hesitate to plan a visit soon! the city is waiting for you!


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