Paris is one of the world’s great cities; everyone should visit it at least once. Paris has attractions on just about every corner, a city of romance and historic architecture, and Americans visiting the city will be fascinated by things the average Frenchman takes for granted. Here are some of my favourite attractions in Paris The Seine Since the beginning of Paris, the River Seine has been important to the city. The banks of the river that run through the heart of Paris are the place to be after nightfall. People flock there to dance
Paris is known for museums and architecture, but toting kid’s around to see the sights can be a challenge. Luckily, some kid-friendly outings in Paris will keep the whole family entertained while still exposing the kids to some French culture. If you mix in a few of these children’s activities with some of the more popular “must-see” attractions, everyone will be appeased.
When it comes to visiting Disneyland Paris, saving time can also mean saving money. If a family can get all they want to do at Disneyland in two days rather than five, it saves them hundreds of pounds.
When it comes to booking holidays there are so many options. Booking a holiday to Disneyland Paris is no different and if you’ve never done it before, it can be a bit of a headache. When we started to look at booking our holiday it was quite overwhelming and I went back to it so many times before making a decision. In the end, we booked with MagicBreaks so I wanted to share my experience. Choosing Magic Breaks I’ll be completely honest here, our choice to use MagicBreaks was all about money. A lot of
AD | Collaborative post John and I were lucky enough to visit Paris back in 2014. We spent a couple of days there for my birthday and tried to pack as much in as possible. We had the luxury of being able to do things at our own pace and picking what we did and when. Next year we have a holiday to Disneyland Paris booked as we wanted to do something amazing for Erin after her first year at school. We wanted a really exciting adventure during the summer holidays so we decided to
Back in February we decided to start planning a trip to Disneyland Paris for August 2021. Looking back, had we known about COVID-19 and what was going to happen, I probably would have put off booking. However, we can’t go back now but I wanted to write about our experience. At the time I thought it would be easy to pick when we wanted to go and where we wanted to stay. I should have known better really. It wasn’t that easy at all! To start with, there are so many options for hotels. The
John and I have been married for 5 years now (our anniversary is later this month) and we got married while we were in Florida. For us Disney is part of such an important time in our lives and it was definitely the best holiday we had together before Erin was born. We have both been desperate to go back ever since but unfortunately, it’s just too expensive to go back to Florida at the minute. I think for the three of us, for 2 weeks including park tickets for Walt Disney World and Universal,