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Paris in 1 Day


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Paris is a city so rich in history, monuments, and activities that it would take a lifetime to know everything. You would love to live in Paris, but for the time being, you only have one full day allocated to exploring the city. Of all of Paris’ wonders, which ones to choose? Here is a perfect itinerary for a first trip to Paris, allowing you to see all the most iconic spots in the city. Enjoy! Parisianist

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Line 9 - Trocadéro

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Step 1

Start: 9 AM, Metro Trocadéro (lines 6 and 9)

The Trocadéro esplanade offers an incredible view of the Eiffel Tower. You are at liberty to take pictures of the Iron Lady from this angle, and to descend the stairs to cross the Seine River, which puts you right at the foot of the Eiffel Tower. The Eiffel Tower opens at 9:30, but arrive a bit earlier to avoid long lines (or buy your tickets online here). For those who are more athletic, head to the 2nd floor by stairs. A visit to the Eiffel Tower should not take longer than 2 hours to get the most out of your day.

Finish: 11:30 AM, Champs de Mars Tour Eiffel (RER C [commuter rail line]), exit at Saint Michel Notre Dame

Step 2

Start: 12 PM, Saint Michel Notre Dame (RER C [commuter rail line])

The Notre Dame Cathedral is the most visited monument in Paris. A visit to the cathedral is free (excluding the tours and the crypt). With more than 850 years of history, Notre Dame has stuck through the worst of times. Left abandoned after the French Revolution, it was saved by Victor Hugo’s work, The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Don’t be intimidated by the long line: it moves very quickly.

Finish: 12:45 PM, Parvis de Notre Dame (square in front of the cathedral)

Step 3

Start: 12:45 PM, Parvis de Notre Dame (square in front of the cathedral)

Walk toward the edge of the square, and cross the Seine River. You are now in the heart of the Latin Quarter. Here, you have plenty of possibilities of places to eat lunch. There are, of course, many “tourist” restaurants (not exactly bad, but not very traditional) and fast-food options (pizza, kebabs, etc.), but we would recommend a classic brasserie on the Place Saint Michel.

Finish: 2 PM, Metro Saint Michel (line 4)

Step 4

Start: 2 PM, Metro Saint-Michel (line 4)

If you feel like taking a walk along the banks of the Seine River westward, the walk takes about 20 minutes. Otherwise, take the metro line 4, transfer to line 1 at Chatelet, and get off at Palais Royal, Musée du Louvre. The Louvre is the biggest and most visited museum in the world thanks to these 3 women: Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and the Winged Victory of Samothrace. In both cases, enter through the Porte des Lions (14 quai François Mitterrand) and follow our advice for seeing the essentials of the Louvre in an hour. Take a 30-minute coffee break at the Café Marly in front of the Louvre pyramid, or walk through the Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) to arrive at the Place de la Concorde.

Finish: 4:30 PM, Metro Palais Royal – Musée du Louvre or Place de la Concorde (line 1). Get off at Franklin Roosevelt

Step 5

Start: 4:45 PM, Metro Franklin Roosevelt

The Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées (the roundabout around the Arc de Triomphe) marks the beginning of the lively and commercial part of the Champs Elysees, considered by some to be the most beautiful avenue in the world. The most prestigious luxury brands (Cartier, Louis Vuitton), car dealerships, movie theaters, and restaurants line the avenue. At the highest end of the Champs Elysees is the Arc de Triomphe, which you can observe for free from the bottom. You will need to pay 9.50 euros to climb to the top of the monument and enjoy the panoramic view (only recommended for a sunny day).

Finish: 7 PM, Metro Charles de Gaulle – Etoile (line 2), get off at Anvers

Step 6

Start: 7:30 PM, Metro Anvers

Take Rue de Steinkerque, and take the stairs or the cable car to arrive at the summit of Montmartre. Take time to admire the view, and then visit the Sacré Coeur Basilica that dominates the neighborhood. There are numerous dining options at the top of Montmartre (La Boite Aux Lettres), but if you are not yet starving, head over to Pigalle (La Buvette Gastrothèque, café des Deux Moulins…). For the more audacious of you, meet up at a cocktail bar (Lulu White, Dirty Dick) or at one of the neighborhood’s cabarets (Moulin Rouge or Chez Michou) to finish off.

Finish: Metro Pigalle (lines 2 and 12) or Metro Blanche (line 2) 

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