We offer a free travel plan for Paris in 6 days.
Day 1
Get to any of the central metro stations (for example, Chatelet, or Saint-Germain-des-Pres, or any other) and just wander aimlessly through the streets wherever you look (but without going to museums!), have a cup of coffee with a croissant in one of the Paris cafes, feel the atmosphere of the city. Visit a couple of Gothic cathedrals, take a boat ride on the Seine, walk along the Champs-Elysees. Perhaps-go to the Notre-Dame Cathedral and take a walk around it with an audio guide. In the evening, you can have dinner in a restaurant you like or buy wine with delicious French cheese and fruit in one of the shops for dinner.

Day 2
The Louvre. To come to Paris for the first time as a tourist and not go to the Louvre is a crime! The Louvre is a museum in which everyone (everyone, without exception!) he will find interesting halls and exhibits, not paintings and sculptures, but ancient Egyptian or ancient Mesopotamian collections. And if you are too lazy to look at the exhibits on the walls and in the showcases, just come for a walk through the stunningly beautiful halls of the palace. In the evening, go for dinner to one of the famous Parisian cabarets – “branded” Moulin Rouge, Lido, Crazy Horse or a small cozy La Belle Epoque (it is recommended to visit by real experts of Paris; tickets can be ordered on the website. If you are not greedy and buy yourself a V. I. P. or l’Ocean menu, then you will have good seats. A ticket with a full dinner will eventually cost twice as much as the above-mentioned cabarets promoted for tourists).

Day 3
The Island of Cite and the Latin Quarter. In the evening – go to the opera.

Day 4
A trip to Versailles or (if with children) to Disneyland, or better yet-not even to Disneyland (it’s better to go there in its “historical homeland” – in America) but to a truly French amusement park “Asterix”

The amusement park “Asterix” (Parc Astérix), which opened in 1989 just north of Paris – is an alternative to the Disneyland located in the east of the capital, it is completely dedicated to the national culture of the Gauls. The idea of its creation emphasized that the French (having nothing against the entertainment industry that brings them income in the American way) are able to build their own” city ” of fun leisure-homely, cozy, close in spirit, imbued with local flavor.

The main distinctive feature of “Asterix” is the combination of entertainment and piety for national traditions, which is presented in an easy and fascinating form, with the humor inherent in the French. The theme of the park is the adventures of the funny gaul Asterix. The character, although fictional, is considered a folk hero, because, with the support of a friend of Obelix, he leads an irreconcilable struggle with the Romans who invaded the territory of Gaul. Surely you have seen films with Gerard Depardieu in the title role, shot on the basis of the comics of the same name.

Day 5
Rodin Museum
Invalides House (Cathedral + Army Museum + Charles de Gaulle Museum)
Eiffel Tower
Arc de Triomphe
The Defense Skyscraper District

Day 6
The Musee d’Orsay or Pompidou, shopping, walking around your favorite places in Paris.
For fans – one day you can take a walk to one of the cemeteries of Paris-an unforgettable experience is guaranteed!.

Practical tips for traveling to Paris
Public transport in Paris
The metro is quite convenient, utilitarian in a European way, without any architectural frills, it is not difficult to understand the schemes and at the stations. One trip to the metro will cost you €1.80, if you buy 10 tickets at once-then €1.41.
If you plan to travel a lot by transport, it may make sense to purchase a single pass for all types of public transport – Paris Visite Pass. It happens for 1, 2, 3 or 5 days, for transport zones 1-3 (Paris and the nearest suburbs) or 1-5 (includes Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports, as well as Versailles).

It includes the following types of transport:

  • metro
    • RER trains (RATP and SNCF lines)
  • buses operating in the Ile-de-France region (except for buses to Jetbus and Allobus Roissy CDG airports and the Air France branded bus network, as well as tourist excursion buses)
  • trams
  • funicular for climbing the Montmartre hill

The ticket is valid from 0: 00 on the start date until 24: 00 on the end day.

Before using it, you must sign the last name and first name on the back side, as well as the start date of the action. After that, the ticket becomes registered and cannot be transferred to other persons.

No trip is good without comfortable lodging and you can rent a hotel on https://hotels-scanner.com/en/france/paris