Hello guys, finally here is my trip to Paris! Photos and outfits of this incredible week are here for you. Also, in details the places where we’ve been with the parkers by underground/feet. I suggest you if you are really interested in following this little guide across the city to read all the place’s names on a map of the city and of the underground!
I have to say first that this is not my first time in Paris and that I already visited a lot of the “touristic” locations as Le Louvre, La Tour Eiffel, Montmartre, Champs Elysées, and some others… For this week, I wanted to see a lot of things that I didn’t have the time to see the other times. So if you are planning to go to Paris for the first time, you may not want to follow my exact selection but to include some more famous things.
Anyway, for my first day we decided to visit the Marais district, with the Place de la Bastille, Place des Vosges. We took the metro to Bastille Station and then walked around to Place des Vosges where you can see from the outside this marvelous building that is Palais des Tuileries.
From Place des Vosges we moved to Musée Carnavalet, a museum with collections about the history of Paris and most of all Napoleon’s official portraits, that we didn’t want to visit but just to see it from the outside because it is situated in the Hotel Carnavalet and the old National Library site that must be seen.
Also, there is this shop that does not exist in Italy named Uniqlo and which my mother and I are particularly fond of. And it did this year a partner’s collection with Ines de la Fressange, french icon, so my mother asked me to buy some pieces of clothing. So as you guess, we went to Uniqlo Marais to find her collection but unfortunately what my mother was seeking for was sold out. We went then to the other shop in Opéra to see if they had what we were searching for.
Thirsty and hungry, we then went for searching some inexpensive place to rest. Last time I was in Paris, I had my hotel near the Galleries Lafayettes that are nearby the Opera Garnier and remembered of a cool place to eat in right behind the Galleries. Finally we didn’t find the restaurant so we ate at Pomme de Pain which was also super cool.
We then had to go to Rue de Rivoli to see a friend so began by feet then from Pyramides to Musée du Louvre by metro (cause Rivoli’s street is huge and my friend was unconscious of that). In fact, after doing some shops we were so exhausted we went for some at Starbucks and then went home (cause our feet were K.O.).
Here is all our journey on our first day on Google Maps.
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