3 days in Paris : 1st-day walking tour


Paris and its beauty and yes, Paris is always a good idea. Moreover, during the summer, when Parisians are not in the city. Can you imagine, having the whole city for you, walking down the calm streets and enjoying the beauty of the French capital?

Here is my 3 days guide for visiting Paris by foot. Walking is not always easy but be ready to see the most remarkable monuments in the most beautiful city in the world. Here is the guide for the 1st day in Paris and discovering its beauties by walk.

Place de la Concorde

Let’s start the visit by stopping by the Place de la Concorde. This majestic place with the most beautiful fountains in the city is a mandatory place for some pictures. Here, you also have the biggest Wheel, from where you can see the whole city.



Champs-Elysées & Arc de Triomphe

You can continue the visit, going to the west of the Place, where is the most famous avenue in the world : the Champs-Elysées. Have a walk down the avenue till you arrive at the roundabout of the Champs-Elysées-Marcel-Dassault. From this point, continuing down the Champs-Elysées, you will have all the famous boutiques, like Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, but also H&M, Gap, Banana Republic.



Trocadero Place & The Eiffel Tower

You can have a stop for some shopping before arriving at the end of the avenue, where you will meet the Arc the Triomphe. Time for some pictures before heading to the Place du Trocadero, by the avenue Kleber. This place is the perfect one to have some picture with the Majesty, the Eiffel Tour. Then, be ready for 10 minutes more of walking, before queueing for going up on the Eiffel Tour. To avoid this, be sure to buy your ticket at least 2 weeks before coming to Pairs.

After this very first day, with the most famous buildings in Paris, you can take the metro, the bus or even a taxi to go home and have some rest before the great night out or before the next day, full of walking and discovering the most romantic city in the world.





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