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Enjoy a City View on a Rooftop in Paris

A charming city view on the Eiffel Tower, a cocktail in your hand and a loved one by your side, who would not be pleased? Rooftops are the ideal place to take a rest during your holidays. But you’re sure where to go? ParisByM will help you to choose a rooftop in Paris, to see the city of light in all its glory!


Galeries Lafayette

During your shopping session, take a break on the Galeries Lafayette’s rooftop and rest on one of the comfy chairs located on the 7th floor of La Coupole. You will be able to appreciate a great view over Paris from this rooftop, while enjoying a drink in the Cube Bar.
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21 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris

Rooftop Paris

Rooftop Galeries Lafayette


The Rooftop of the Montparnasse Tour

Visit the rooftop of Paris’ highest skyscraper, the Montparnasse Tour: a dynamic place where many activities happen, like meditation classes or trampoline sessions. With a view of 360° from a height of 210 meters, it is surely one of the most breathtaking views from a rooftop in Paris. You will be able to see all the most famous monuments of the capital.
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33 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris


The Rooftop of the Grande Arche

In the business district of Paris, La Défense, the rooftop of the Grande Arche offers you 1 000m2 of open air areas with a garden. Admire all the Parisians monuments while walking along the promenade deck. Different activities are offered, like an outdoors cinema or an ice-skating ring in winter. In addition, photo-journalism exhibitions are often displayed. 
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1 Parvis de la Défense, 92800 La Défense

Rooftop in Paris

La Grande Arche, La Défense @Wikipedia


Le Perchoir Marais

Chill at Le Perchoir Marais: drink cocktails and eat tapas at the hottest rooftop in Paris. Located in the Marais district, it is “the place to be” for Parisians and tourists alike. Transformed during winter in a cosy and warm style, you can enjoy a drink throughout the year
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33 Rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris


43 Up on the Roof

Take a rest on the top of the Holiday Inn hotel : on the menu, delicatessen, wine and cocktails. Surrounded by palm trees and nature, discover Notre Dame de Paris cathedrale and the city from a different perspective. The idyllic setting will take you to cloud 9! 
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4 Rue Danton, 75006 Paris

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43 Up on the Roof


Lounge Bar View Rooftop

If you want a calm and casual place, far from touristic areas, this is the rooftop you need to go to. Simply furnished, you will feel at home, but with the addition of a gorgeous view, French specialities to taste and affordable cocktails as a bonus. 
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257 Rue de Vaugirard, 75015 Paris


Hotel Raphael

Enjoy delicious dishes one of the most charming rooftops in Paris, just around the corner of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. The enchanting hanging garden in a luxury rooftop, combined with an exceptional service, look totally like heaven! 
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17 Avenue Kléber, 75116 Paris

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Café de l’Homme

Not a real rooftoop, but located on a hill and therefore overlooking Paris, this elegant place will allow you to eat dishes and drink cocktails in a very French-style decor. The chef mixes French local products and flavors from all over the world, creating incredibly tasting gourmet meals, and this in addition to the stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. 
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17 Place du Trocadéro, 75116 Paris


The Molitor’s Rooftop

From this flowery summer rooftop, you can have a gorgeous view over most of Paris landmarks, including the Eiffel Tower, and over the famous Molitor’s swimming pool, renovated a few years ago only. In this colorful place, you will find a Clarins’ spa and numerous activities. Open from May to September.
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6 Avenue de la Porte Molitor, 75016 Paris

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The Terrass

On the 7th level of the Terrass’Hotel, close to the Sacré-Cœur basilica, you will find a restaurant and a bar with large bay windows, and a green terrace with a romantic atmosphere. The view on Paris completes this ideal place to share a sweet moment with your loved one. 
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12-14 Rue Joseph de Maistre, 75018 Paris

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Art Galleries in Paris

Art Galleries in Paris : The Ultimate Guide

Notice to all lovers of art, Paris will make you fall in love!

Not only is Paris the city of love or the city of fashion, but it is also a cultural place, where plenty of artists are based. Whether in the Marais, Saint Germain des Prés or in the 13th district of Paris, there is no shortage of art galleries in Paris. Intrigued visitor or art expert alike, you will definitely find a treasure. To not be overwhelmed by all of these art galleries in Paris, ParisByM has made a selection for you.

Here are our selection of the most influential art galleries in Paris by district…



There is no need to introduce the district of the Marais where artists are present on every street corner. It is the most abundant district of art galleries in Paris, a must-go place for an art lover.


Galerie Art : Concept

Founded by Olivier Antoine, this gallery moved from the 13th district of Paris in 2010. With a prominent role on the international scene, its program includes contemporary art from artists as Michel Blazy, specialist of the organic or Roman Signer, who is known for his humorous work.

4, passage Sainte-Avoye
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website :

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Galerie Art : Concept


Galerie Jeanne Bucher Jaeger

Founded in 1925 by Jeanne Bucher, this art gallery celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2015. She revealed many artists including some precursors of modern art who are now historic like Giacometti, Mondrian or Masson. The art gallery also promotes contemporary artist like Jiechang Yang, Paul Wallach or Michel Branco. It also owns another gallery in Paris, located in Saint Germain, as well as one in Lisbon.

5-7, rue de Saintonge
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h-19h
Website :


Galerie Perrotin

Renowned globally, the iconic art gallery of Emmanuel Perrotin has been in operation since 1989. Among his 8 galleries, some are based in New York and in Asia (Seoul, Hong Kong and Tokyo).
The total surface area of Perrotin’s art galleries in Paris amounts to 2 300 m2. Some 50 artists are displayed there, including Asian artists, thereby demonstrating Perrotin’s interest for Asian art. In particular, you will find artworks from Takashi Murakami.

76, rue de Turenne
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website :

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Galerie Perrotin


Galerie Almine Rech

Specialized in conceptual art and minimal art, the gallery shows contemporary art through all types of art from sculpture to photography. It is distinguished by strong individualities. For instance, Jeff Koons or Jannis Kounellis are on display.

64, rue de Turenne
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website :


Saint Germain des Prés

The Quartier Latin can boast, some of the most important art galleries in Paris can be found here! Located in the heart of the 6th district of Paris, you would not be wrong to walk around the neighborhood!


Galerie de l’Europe

This international gallery is separated in two parts, with a space dedicated for photography and a space for painting expositions, with an interest for figurative art. It promotes young artists of contemporary art such as Alain Pontecorvo or Yan Marczewski by organizing personal and collective exhibitions since its opening in 1997.

55, rue de Seine
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h30-13h, 14h-19h
Website :


Galerie Georges-Philippe and Nathalie Vallois

Thanks to the duality between contemporary and new realism, the gallery has gained a lot of attention since its creation in 1990. Gilles Barbier and Vincent Lamouroux, one of the artists behind the exhibition “Constellation”, are the cutting-edge artists of the gallery.

33-36, rue de Seine
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 10h30-13h, 14h-19h30
Website :


Galerie Loevenbruck

Opened in 2001, the 130m2 are used to promote contemporary art from pop art to art installations. Not only does the gallery highlight rising French artists but as well international artist like the Irish Blaise Drummon. Their key artists are Philippe Mayaux and Bruno Peinado.

6, rue Jacques Callot
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website :



The youngest district of art galleries in Paris, Belleville, is full of promising artists. The contemporary art that is exposed, reflects the dynamism and the blazing passion of the district artists’ youth. Here is the most famous one…


Galerie Air de Paris

Exhibiting since 1990 engaged art, Air de Paris remained true to the young image of the district by breaking the codes. The virulent image boosted the dynamism of French art. You will find displayed the artwork of Enrique Metinides, Bruno Serralongue, or Shimabuku.

32, rue Louise Weiss
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 11h-19h
Website :




Galerie Arludik

The first gallery exposing artwork from pop-culture universe, comics, or even videogames. It has been exposing entertainement contemporary art since 2004. Some of their represented artists are Mr Garcin or Scott Campbell.

12-14, rue Saint-Louis en l’Ile
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 14h-19h
Website :


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Discover Montmartre Cemetery

Most metropoles like Paris are popular with their bustle and the enormous range of activities but still you need a quiet and peaceful place from time to time. Montmartre Cemetery is one of those places where you can experience nature and culture at the same time. Go for a walk under the leafy shade of its more than 700 trees and refill your batteries.


The Montmartre Cemetery, officially called “Le Cimetière du Nord”, was established in 1825. It extends to a surface of 27 acres and consists of more than 20,000 burial plots. After Père Lachaise Cemetery it is perhaps the most celebrated necropolis in Paris. Many famous people have been laid to rest there, for example French authors Emile Zola and Stendhal, composer Hector Berlioz or Adolphe Sax, inventor of the saxophone. The information points at the entrances offer plans which will help you find the tombs of all the celebrities you wish to see. You can download a map of the cemetery in English and Spanish as well as an itinerary to the graves of famous women buried there.

Apart from that, Montmartre Cemetery is known for its beautiful sculptures and the architecture of its tombstones such as the replica of Michelangelo’s Moses on the grave of David Iffla, otherwise known as Osiris.Montmartre Cemetery, Sculpture Moses

Want to visit Montmartre Cemetery?

Do you want to spend an afternoon without paying a lot? No problem! Admission to Montmartre Cemetery is free of charge.

During your visit please remain quiet and show some respect to the deceased and their relatives.

Public toilets and drinking fountains are provided but it is not allowed to take dogs into the cemetery.

Getting thereMontmartre Cemetery

To get to Montmartre Cemetery you can use public transport. You can either take the metro line no. 2 or 13 and get off at Place de Clichy or the bus lines 30, 54, 74, 80 and 95. The Montmartrobus, which serves a whole bunch of stops within Montmartre, is another way to get to the cemetery.

Address: 20 avenue Rachel – 75018 Paris


You can also go there by car of course. The closest car park is Parking Clichy Montmartre which is accessible 24/7. Online reservation is possible but you can buy tickets on-site as well. Take a look at the website of the corresponding car park for specific information about prices and offers.

Opening hours

March 16 – November 5

Monday – Friday:             8.00-18.00

Saturday:                          8.30-18.00

Sunday:                            9.00-18.00

November 6 – March 15

Monday – Friday:            8.00-17.30

Saturday:                         8.30-17.30

Sunday:                           9.00-17.30

Opening hours for Sundays are also valid for public holidays. The last chance to enter the cemetery is 15 minutes before closing. Opening hours can vary in case of exceptional weather circumstances such as ice or storms.

Opening hours – Information Offices:
Monday to Friday: 8.30 – 12.30 and 14.00 – 17.00

Exceptional opening:
1 January, Easter, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, 1 May, 8 May, Whitsuntide, Whit Monday, 14 July, 15 August, 1 November, 11 November and 25 December.


For your visit you can download a map for disabled people. The entrance via Avenue Rachel is the easiest way to enter the site. If you have difficulties walking, we would not recommend going to this cemetery due to the paving and slopes.

The Paris City Council offers tours for the deaf and hard of hearing. They are free of charge for concerned ones, if they bring corresponding proof. Group tours are priced at €85,00 during the week, plus a supplementary charge of €25,00 for Sundays, public holidays and tours in foreign languages.

Other famous cemeteries in Paris

1) Cimetière du Montparnasse

Montparnasse Cemetery is the most celebrated cemetery of Paris with many sepulchers of celebrities, such as Serge Gainsbourg, Jean-Paul Sartre and André Citroën.

Address: 3 boulevard Edgard Quinet – 75014 Paris

2) Cimetière du Père Lachaise

Opened in 1804, the Père Lachaise Cemetery is a former Jesuit retreat with a surface of 109 acres and countless tombs of famous artists, scientist and writers, for example Frédéric Chopin, Molière, Édith Piaf, Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. Learn more about Père Lachaise Cemetery here.

Address: 16 rue du Repos – 75020 Paris


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3 Areas among the Best to Stay in During Your Trip to Paris

Where is the best area to stay in Paris? Finding the perfect area might be easier than you think. Below, we have listed our selection of the best areas to stay in in Paris. We have carefully selected these areas based on a range of factors. Check out our descriptions of each area and pick which one you like the most!

Marais and Hotel de Ville – 3rd and 4th arrondissements

best area to stay in ParisThe Marais area of Paris is one of the city’s most diverse quarters filled with dozens of small roads and passages. It is truly a unique environment for visitors to discover. The Jewish community received ownership of many buildings in the area and as years passed by, the style of these buildings has slowly transformed. The synagogue on Rue Pavée and the museum of Jewish Art and History are two significant representations of the Jewish community in the Marais.

Right next to the Marais neighborhood is the Hotel de Ville. This is the Town Hall of Paris, where the majority of the administrative workers in the city gather. During the day, you can find trendy fashion boutiques, quiet cafés, art galleries, narrow streets, and Jewish bakeries. The Musée Picasso and Musée Carnavalet can be found in the area and are two places that should not be missed. Thanks to all of the bars and pubs found on almost every corner near the Hotel de Ville, the nightlife is vibrant and diverse.

Although it is not one of quietest quarters in Paris, there are a ton of things to see and do. If you choose to stay in one of the area’s old, unique buildings, you will feel truly immersed in Paris city life.

Montmartre – 18th arrondissement

Where to stay in Paris

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If you would like to get away from all of the noise and traffic found in the center of Paris, think about choosing the neighborhood of Montmartre. Thanks to its unique geography (full of hills, stairs, and tiny streets) and incomparable atmosphere, Montmartre is one of the most requested areas to stay in Paris.

Stop in one of the small corner bars to get a classic French crêpe or simply drink a glass of wine. The tops of the hills offer many amazing views of Paris. From many of the buildings, you will have a unique panorama of 360 degrees, especially during sunset, showing all the monuments in Paris.

You will not regret choosing Montmartre during your stay in Paris.

Bercy – 12th arrondissement

best area to stay in ParisBercy is a lesser-known but equally nice neighborhood in Paris. Although it is outside of the city center, it offers travelers who are on a budget the option to stay within Paris without spending too much money. The neighborhood is safe and quiet, located off of the Line 14 Bercy metro stop. You can easily access central Paris via the Line 14 metro, so even though you will be staying slightly east of the city, it will not be hard to reach the more popular spots. You will find plenty of things to do in Bercy as there is a nice selection of bars and restaurants as well as attractions. The famous Bibliothèque François-Mitterand, a huge library named after the former president of France, can be found in Bercy as well as the Musée des Arts Forains, the beautiful Bercy Park, and the Palais Omnisport, a sports arena.

If you are considering visiting Paris, take these three locations into mind when choosing where to say. The Marais area, Montmartre, and Bercy are unique neighborhoods in Paris with a lot to offer to tourists.

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Musée Picasso

The musée Picasso of Paris was created in 1968 thanks a French law permitted to pay inheritance taxes with works of art instead of money. When the wife of Pablo, Jacqueline Picasso died, her daughter paid the taxes with works art. The collection has grew up thanks many works purchased or gifts.


Why should you visit Musée Picasso?

Musée picassoThe Parisian collection of Picasso is the only one in the world to set out with a specific record sculptures, engraves, paintings, studies, notebooks and illustrations. The whole in order to recreate the artist’s creative process. The Musée Picasso Paris collection comprises over 5,000 works and thousands of archived pieces.


History of the place

The Musée Picasso is located at Hotel Salé, a palace built 1656 in the middle of in Marais district. Hotel Salé designed by the architect Jean Boullier it is considered one of the finest historic houses of the area. After some national debate the Hotel Salé was selected for to be Musée Picasso. Link to Wikipedia website for more information.


What will you see?

Musée picassoAt the Musée Picasso you will  admire the permanent collection which includes:

300 Paintings among the most important large preparatory paintings for the “Young Ladies in Avignon” ; ”Still Life with Chair Caning” large Cubist paintings “Man with Guitar and Man with Mandolin” ; an exceptional series of assemblages, decoupages and constructions from his Cubist period (1912-1916); then “Women at a Fountain or “The Pipes of Pan” and  “Memento mori”.

Picasso’s sculptures: which Pablo made up to celebrate his paintings. These sculptures are one of the most comprehensive collection artist’s objects.

Prints and engravings

Library and documentation of 11,000 publications

Giacometti Furnishings: 50 items of furniture designed by Diego Giacometti exclusively for Hôtel Salé.

In addition the permanent collection, at Musée Picasso will take in place several special expositions: 

musée picassoPicasso Sculptures: March 8 – September 18, 2016

Miquel Barceló. Sol y sombra: March 22 – end of June, 2016

Picasso-Giacometti: October 2016 – January 2017


Who is it for?

The musée Picasso is suggested for who is interesting in Picasso’s works or would like to discover his incredible artistic life. Couples, senior citizens and families are welcome to the museum.


How to plan your visit?

The Musée Picasso is located in 5 rue de Thorigny 75003 Paris. The place is reachable by metro getting out in Hotel de Ville, Saint Paul line 1 or Chemin Vert, Saint Sebastien – Froissart line 8. Admission to the museum is free for disabled visitors and one accompanying person.

For individual tickets – Musée Picasso official website – From 12.50€


For small groups we suggeste – “Le Marais Art Walking Tour + Skip-the-Line Picasso Museum – From 45€


You will explore the Le Marais district in a 1.5-hour guided tour and you will discover the many famous painters who have lived and worked there. After that you will reach the Musée Picasso and with your skip-the-line ticket you are ready for a self guided-tour.

  • Explore  the Marais district in a 1.5 hour walking guided tour
  • Led by a local guide
  • All the entrance fees are included


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A selection of the best tours in Paris

When you come to Paris, there is always a bunch of activities that you can do, and it really is a jungle when finding out which ones you should pick. We hereby completed a guide, for our selection of the best tours in Paris, that are original, fun, different and out-of-the-ordinary!

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On ParisByM, we have carefully picked out the most beneficial and interesting tours, which comes in packages. These includes romantic tours, photo tours, sightseeing tours including the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Musem, Montmarte, Notre-Dame and also wine-tours, because being in the capital of France, Paris is one of the best places in the World, where you can taste and explore the wide range of quality wines.

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Paris by night, by Pinterest


Our weekend-trip packages allows you to relax, have fun and discover some secret places when in Paris. That is one of our selections for the best tours in Paris, and you will find it on our website here. You will be accommodated in Paris’ historical center, and discover secret and funny activities during your weekend in Paris.

If you are in Paris with your loved one, whether the purpose is a weekend escape, honeymoon, wedding proposal or something else, we strongly advice you to order our Romantic Trip package. Again, one of our proposal for a selection of the best tours! Find it here. The package includes transportation, visit to the World’s most famous museum, Louvre, and a sightseeing in the wonderful Montmarte. Also, you will go and see the Arc de Triomphe. A last walk on the Champs Elysees and the avenue Montaigne will allow you to see the most luxurious neighborhood of the city! What is optional in this package, is to discover Versailles which you seriously do not want to miss, the Champagne region or Loire valley with all of the breath-taking castles!

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Castle, Loire Valley!


Next up, when selecting the best tours in Paris, we have to mention our “Paris All Inclusive” package, which is ideal if you come to Paris for the first time, and want to see all the attractions without rushing. This package allows you to combine city walks to discover and explore the most beautiful hidden gems in Paris, to get some guided tours, see the main museum and go back in history and much more… Furthermore the top quality accommodation is in the centre! Check it out here!

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Wine tasting in Paris!


If you still have some time on your hand when in Paris, and want to do something additional to the packages, we strongly advice you to check out this article from Tripadvisor, which gives you an overview of the most fun and interesting activities when in Paris!

Hope you enjoyed going through our selection of the best tours in Paris with us.

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How to find a cheap accommodation in Paris?

Want to go to the city of love – but rather want to spend your money on Macarons and rosé? No problem! We completed a guide for you for the best cheap accommodations. Paris is so much better when you make it your home. Even if just for a few nights…

Dream of visiting Paris but don't think you can afford this posh city? Here's how to do Paris on a budget!:

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First and foremost; or tip numero uno is to compare hotel rates online, in order to get the best possible rates for your stay. We all know, that hotels in Paris are quite expensive – however, if you do a bit of market research you can get some amazing deals!

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Plug Inn Boutique Hostel, Paris

Another good tip when searching for cheap accommodations, is to look for hotels that are just slightly out of the city centre (but next to a Metro station) and you can save a good amount of cash. Here is some suggestions we found on the Internet, hence beware that we did not personally assess them:

Hotel Georgette which is just a few-minute walk from the Métro (Rambuteau) and also not far from Pont Neuf and Palais Royal. Smart choice and value for money.


Not far from there you find, Hotel Ecole Centrale which is also located right next to a Métro station (Arts-et-Métiers). 


Hotel de la Herse d’Or is located at the heart of the Marais district and just a short walk from the Bastille.


Welcome hotel enjoys a fantastic location right next to Boulevard Saint-Germain, and a short walk from the Seine, Musée d’Orsay, Musée Rodin and the Luxembourg Gardens. 


The Plug Inn Boutique Hostel, in the midst of Montmartre, is very popular and charming, and although it is a hostel, there are also double rooms.


BLC Design Hotel is on Rue Richard Lenoir, between the Bastille and the famous Père Lachaise Cemetery.


Last but not least, Hotel Regyn’s Montmartre is a small, romantic and characterful hotel right in the vivid heart of Montmartre.


Other than that, we strongly recommed Airbnb, where you can rent private apartments – or rooms if you are a single traveller. Note that Airbnb is not always the cheapest possible solution; however this is probably the most authentic choice, for your stay in Paris. Live, eat and sleep like a real Parisian! What is not to love?

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Airbnb rentals in Paris can be quite nice – even on a budget!

Go on and contact ParisByM for further information, or simply if you want to get help to organize your trip – do not hesitate! I hope you enjoyed the round tour of your next cheap accommodation in Paris.

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Spending your Vacation in Paris!

Are you interested in spending your vacation in one of the most beautiful and magical cities in the world? If so, come visit Paris! Here are three of our best Paris vacation packages offered at ParisByM.

1. The Romeo & Juliet

There is no question that Paris is the most romantic city in the world. If you’re looking for a charming place to spend your vacation with your loved one, then there is no better place to visit than the City of Love. Our Romeo & Juliet Paris vacation package is filled with fun and charming activities for you and your loved one during your stay in Paris.

From romantic picnics under the Eiffel Tower, to relaxing dinner cruises on the river Seine (tickets here), to incredible private tours of the illustrious gardens of Chateau Versailles, our Romeo & Juliet vacation package has all the necessities for you and your loved one to have the trip of your lives. Click here to check out all of the other romantic activities that this package has to offer!

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Romance in Paris

2. The All Inclusive 

All inclusive packages are the best way to experience a trip, especially in a city like Paris that is filled with so many sights and adventures. Having to find a hotel, organize transportation, and plan daily activities separately is a very stressful task. Eliminate this stress by purchasing our All Inclusive package – it will not only save you time and energy – but money as well! (Click here for more info regarding the benefits of all-inclusive packages).

Our All Inclusive deal will provide you access to a 3-5 Star hotel, 3-Star Restaurants and comprehensive transportation around the city. It also features a plethora of activities in Paris’ most fascinating attractions – from a guided tour of the Musée du Louvre to tickets to a Moulin Rouge Cabaret (tickets here) – two things that you don’t want to miss! Click here to find out more about this incredible deal.

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3.  The Weekender

Are you coming to Paris for vacation but are only able to stay for a weekend?   Then our Weekender package has you covered with all of the must-see sights and attractions to make your quick stay efficient and amazing.

The package includes Fast Track Tickets to Paris’s most famous museums and attractions – skip the lines and be able to access the top of the Eiffel Tour (tickets), or the entire exhibit of Musée d’Orsay!(tickets)

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Musée d’Orsay

Pick any of these Paris vacation packages and have an absolutely amazing time in Paris.  Begin your vacation adventure in Paris by booking now!

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Plan a Vacation Trip to Paris with Kids

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Thinking about talking the kids on a vacation trip to Paris? It can be difficult and time consuming to figure out what there is to do. Here are 10 things to do when you plan a vacation trip to Paris with Kids.

1) Walks on the Seine River Bank

With the majority of Paris’s main monuments located near or on the Seine River, the Seine River Bank is a splendid place to go on a stroll with kids. From the river banks, you can see the Eiffel Tower, Musée d’Orsay, Concorde Square, The Louvre, Pont Neuf, Paris City Hall, Notre Dame, and La Sainte Chapelle. If you find yourself walking along the Seine near Musée d’Orsay, Les Invalides, Concorde Square, you’ll encounter a place of the Seine called the Berges. The Berges offers many outdoor play structures, ground games, and resting areas for kids.vacation trip paris kids

2) Disneyland

As the most visited theme park in all of France, Disneyland Paris is an adventure to take you kids on! Disneyland Paris consists of two parks: Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. Plan to spend at least one day at Disneyland Paris because the two parks are filled with restaurants, character experiences, and attractions including Tower of Terror, Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, and Buzz Lightyear Laser Blastvacation trip paris kids

3) Bateaux Mouches

Another way you can explore Paris with kids is by riding on a Bateaux Mouches. This open air excursion boat is marvellous way to relax for an afternoon and not miss out on any of the must see sights! Bateaux Mouches also offer lunch and dinner cruises for an additional cost. Keep in mind as well that there is a reduced price for kids.

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4) Kid Friendly Museums

With Paris being historical city, there a several museums to visit! In addition to the Louvre and Musée d’Orsay, the Centre Pompidou has hands-on exhibits for kids, Musée de la Poupée is a doll museum that’s enchanting for little girls, and Grévin is a wax museum where kids can take picture with they’re favorite famous wax figures, including Barack Obama, Brigitte Bardot, and the Queen.vacation trip paris kids

5) Les Invalides

Les Invalides contains the nation’s largest collection on the history of the French Military and the remains of Napoleon housed in a extravagant tomb. This is the ideal place of kids who are a little older (teens) interested in the war weapons and history. vacation trip paris kids

6) Champs Elysées

For a perfect shopping session, or a stroll on a beautiful Parisian day, head to the Champs Elysées. Along the Champs Elysée there are stores that suite everybody. From higher end boutiques like Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Chanel to more economical options like Banana Republic, Marks&Spencer, and Levi, there’s a store for everybody to stop into!vacation trip paris kids

7) Kid Friendly Restaurants

Any parent knows that kids can be difficult at times, especially when they’re starving! No need to stress, Paris has restaurants that are very accommodating to kids. Here’s a few we recommend: Angelina, La Boule Rouge, Le Grand Cafe, and Pizza Pino.vacation trip paris kids

8) Jardin du Luxembourg

There isn’t a better place in Paris to release some energy than the Jardin du Luxembourg. Originally commissioned by Marie de’ Medici, this park contains over 2,000 trees, 100 statues, monuments, and fountains, and is the setting for various famous literature, including Victor Hugo’s novel, Les Misérables. Jardin du Luxembourg is a fantastic place to bring the family for a picnic, and afterwards, rent mini wooden sail boats to races in a fountain.vacation trip paris kids

9) The Vincennes Zoo

In Paris, there are several zoos and aquariums to visit, but the most popular, the Vincennes Zoo, is a hit with the kids. There are five major natural environments (biozones) which make up the zoo. The Vincennes Zoo allows you to have breakfast with the giraffes, have special meetings with animals in the animal park, and provides guided tours. vacation trip paris kids

10) Versailles

The majestic palace of Versailles is place you mustn’t miss when planning your vacation to Paris with kids. Situated on the outskirts of the city of Paris, Versailles is the most exquisite palace in all of France. After walking through the palace, make your way to the gardens to see the fountains. If you’re lucky the water show will be on. You can bring your picnic here, rest in the gardens, make your way to the small row boat pond, or catch a mini train to discover the Grand Trion and the cottage of Marie-Antoinette.  Make sure to give yourself plenty of time at Versailles, as there is much to see and do!vacation trip paris kids

ParisByM can help you plan your trip and save on your hotel in Paris : we can book your tickets for the monument visits, spare you time waiting in line, help you find a hotel in your budget, and provide you a full itinerary of what to do in Paris for the length of your stay.

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