Day 1 - France's famous boulevard
Go to the Arc de Triomphe, one of the French capital’s most iconic landmarks which stands proudly at the top of the Champs Elysees. Stroll down the aforementioned boulevard, one of the world’s most famous.
Grab a bite to eat and continue down until Place de la Concorde. From here walk through the Jaridn des Tuileries until you reach Louvre, the world’s most famous art gallery and home to the Mona Lisa.
Finish the night off bar hopping around Place de la Bastille, one of the most vibrant parts of city.
Day 2 - The world's most photographed tower
Paris’ number one attraction, the Eiffel Tower, needs to be visited early to avoid the crowds. You may have to queue over an hour to get to the top but the views you are rewarded with for your patience are worth it.
Afterwards make your way to Ile de Cite where Paris originated and visit the Notre Dame Cathedral, before making the short journey to the Pompidou Centre, home to Paris’ modern art museum. Whether you plan on going in or not, make sure to go there just to check out the building.
Ile de la Cité is full of bars and restaurants. Grab a bite to eat there before chilling out with a few beers in the Galway, one of Paris’ least tacky Irish bars.
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The best way to see many of Paris’ finest buildings while steering clear of the crowds is by a cruise down the River Seine.
After lunch make your way to the Sacré Coeur Basilica, the cathedral at the highest point of the city. It is also conveniently located in the Montmarte district, another of Paris’ coolest and brimming with places to eat and drink.