Things To Do In Paris: 4 Day Travel Guide


Paris is easily one of the most enchanting and exciting cities to visit. The city of lights has so much to offer with world class museums, beautiful architecture and cityscapes, famous monuments, delicious food, endless neighborhoods to get lost within and so much more. It’s the kind of city that you could visit over and over and find something new to do and yet still feel like you have barely scratched the surface of what Paris is all about.

In this video we share how we spent 4 days in Paris with a full itinerary including the order we visited certain sites and prices for everything we saw and ate. Paris has so many worthwhile activities, sites and foods to try so it is impossible to capture everything in one trip (or even one lifetime) but we hope this video guide give you a good starting point to help you plan for your upcoming trip!

Day 1

A. Lacroix Pâtissier – Pastries & Espresso
Notre Dame
Latin Quarter
La Crêperie du Clown – Lunch
Luxembourg Gardens
Chez Fernand – Dinner
Grom Gelato

Day 2

Wall of Love
Montmartre Village
Le Moulin de la Galette – Lunch
Eifel Tower
Trocadéro Square
River Seine
Pont de Bir Hakeim
Picnic Dinner by the Eifel Tower

Day 3

Tuileries Garden
Domaine National du Palais-Royal
Galerie Vivienne
Palais Garnier
Galeries Lafayette
Chez Germaine – Dinner

Day 4

Mori Yoshida – Pastry
Musée d’Orsay
Arc de Triomphe
Grand & Petit Palais
Pont Alexandre III
Suan Thai – Dinner
River Seine By Pont Marie

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Date: April 29, 2023

19 thoughts on “Things To Do In Paris: 4 Day Travel Guide

  1. Wow, your travel guide/tip video is a must-watch for anyone planning a trip! Your attention to detail is impressive, and your recommendations are spot-on. By the way, have you heard about the latest v4 Bento Bag from NomadLane? It could be a fantastic addition to your travel toolkit.

  2. Great video man,
    Here is another MAJOR tip for the tourists who ask when coming to Paris.
    Don't Come in summer ! It's packed and expensive.
    Come in February/ March or April.
    Most importantly you won't have to queue to long for the Eiffel tower or the Louvre.
    A Walker from Paris

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