4 Days in Paris:Ultimate Itinerary. Paris, the City of Lights. The city seems to be on bucket list of countries to visit for most folks, and it may be on yours as one of the places to visit in your lifetime. And if it is, you should go for it! I’m not a huge fan, however, I’ve visited the city three times, only because one of my closest friends resides in the country and it’s easy to travel to other countries from CDG airport. I just can’t get enough of the Eiffel Tower and he other tourist attractions that you see on television. It’s just so beautiful to experience Paris in real life. Ever look at pictures or watch movies of places you’ve wanted to visit, well when you’re finally able to physically be in that place in real life it all seems surreal. That is how I feel every time I visit Paris and see the Eiffel tower up close, it’s like something out of a fairy-tail.
I was lucky to have met one of my closest friends in High School, who so happened to be a French native. So when she returned home to France after graduating high school in the states, I had a chance to visit Paris. I never really thought much of the city until I visited.
France is a french speaking country, however, in Paris, many people speak english because of the millions of english speaking tourists who visit the country each year. Lets be real, who has time to learn a new language? You can learn the basic sentences, such as “parlez vous anglais” (Do you speak english) or “quel train va me conduire” (what train will take me to..)
Knowing a few basic sentences will go a long way. Most places in Paris do speak fluent English, so don’t think you will need to be fluent in the french language. If you are spending 3 days , 4 days or 24 hours in Paris,I’ll share with you my 4 Days in Paris:Ultimate Itinerary
9:00 A.M: Don’t forget to eat your breakfast ( Meert is a great place to eat)
10:00 A.M – Lovre Palace (Enjoy taking pics in front of the Louvre)
11:00 A.M– Louvre Museum)
4:30 P.M – Moulin Rouge (Dinner)
9:00 A.M– Eat Breakfast
10:00 A.M– Disneyland Paris (You’ll spend most of your day here)
10:00 A.M– Les Deux Plateaux- Palais Royal
12:00 P.M- Jardin du Luxembourg
3:00 P.M- Cite des Sciences et de I’lndustrie
5:00 P.M– Notre Dame de Paris
If you have time to spare before heading to the airport, then this is for you.
10: 00 A.M – Chateau de Versailles (go early, the lines
1: 00 P.M– Musee d’ Orsay
3:00 P.M– Place de la Concorde
Follow your dream and visit that country you’ve always wanted to visit. Take in the sites and experience in new things. Pay for experiences, not things and remember that you do not need $2000 in your bank account to travel, plan in advance. Trust me, I speak from experience.
Why is Paris overrated? Although Paris is a great city to visit, the only thing I look forward to are the tourist sites and beautiful architecture. To each his own, I guess. The people aren’t rude like you may have heard, but the city is overcrowded, mostly due to tourists. It is Paris though, why wouldn’t it be crowded, right? I say when you visit, go during the off-peak seasons. If you’ve ridden buses or subways in New York or Boston during morning rush hours then you’d get an idea of how busy Paris is at any given time. I hope that my 4 Days in Paris:Ultimate Itinerary was a help to you.
Safe flight, Travelers