24 Hours In…….Paris

24 hours in…… Paris!  Wow!  That would be a dream come true. 24 hours is definitely too short to explore Paris but if given just 1 day I would try and make the best of it.  Would be sharing with you how I would spend it
Early Morning (8:00am – 11:00am) 
Landing at the airport, heart pumping and super excited to explore PARIS. Head straight to the hotel of the day and get started on my trip. Stopping by a local bakery hopefully near the airport to consume some croissant and preferably a cup of tea to go. I would start my trip with a visit to the Notre Dame Cathedral, take a stroll around the historic Latin quarter neighborhood known as Saint-Micheal. 
Mid-Morning – Lunchtime (11:30am – 1:00pm) 
Take a relaxed boat tour of the Seine river and enjoy many of Paris monuments sights
Noon & Early Afternoon (2:00pm – 3:30pm) 
Who comes to Paris and doesn’t visit the Eiffel Tower…. Definitely not me. Explore it’s environs; the Trocadero and Champ de Mars
Late Afternoon ( 3:30 pm – 5:30pm) 
Go shopping at the grand Champ- Elysees,  eat macaroons & drink tea at the famous La duree shop.  Take a stroll across the river at the Juiterines Garden taking a glimpse of the Louvre’s majestic exterior 
I would spend the late afternoon exploring Beaubourg before ending the day with dinner then a stroll in the old, gorgeous Marasis District. Then off to the hotel to relax and get ready for the trip back. 
Paris Image source: Paris 
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could go a trip to Paris too.  You could win a nine-night trip to Paris,  Amsterdam and Berlin for two, including travel & accommodation.  All you have to do is create a blog post/ video post outlining your perfect 24 hours in any city of your choice with all the attractions,  places to eat & drink 
XOXO
KONYINSOLA. 
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  1. November 26, 2016 / 10:57 pm

    Cool… Good analysis of time management and usage.

    I would like 24hrs in London.

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