3 days in Paris: 3rd-day walking tour


After 2 days of intensive walking down the Parisian streets, I hope you still want to continue to explore the city of love. Here is a suggestion for the 3rd day in Paris.

Ile Saint Louis

Take the metro till Pont Marie metro station. Then you can cross the Pont de la Tournelle and the Ile de Saint Louis and enjoy at the same time this small part of Paris. Here you will find nice boutiques, coffee, and ice cream shops.

Notre-Dame de Paris

Once on the other side, take the street Quai de la Tournell, till you see the majestic Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral. Near the cathedral, you will have also the former padlocks bridge: Pont de l’Archevêché. You can pass the bridge and you will arrive at Notre-Dame de Paris. The queue to get in is most of the time too long. So, if you want to, you should preview 2 hours.



La Conciergerie

Our nest stop will be La Conciergerie. To go there, you can take the street Quai de la Corse. For flowers lovers, here you have small boutiques but also the Orchid house. After 5 minutes walking, you will see an imposing white building: la Conciergerie or also known as Palais de la Cité. Continue walking till the Pont Neuf. On the other side, you have a new padlocks bridge.




Next place to visit is Saint Michel and the beautiful fountain. To go there, take the street Quai des Grands Augustins. You have to walk around 10 or 15 minutes before arriving at the final destination. If you want to have a break, you can stop at Le Paradis du Fruit and try their homemade lemonade, before going to one of the most beautiful gardens in Paris: Luxembourg gardens.



Luxembourg Garden

To go to the Luxembourg gardens, take the Boulevard Saint Michel. If you are shopping addicted, on this boulevard, you have different shops but also libraries. The Luxembourg garden is the perfect place to read a book, to have a rest in one of the chairs available there and free. If you would like to continue visiting, you can go to Jardin des Plantes, or just stay one day more and postpone the visit of another beautiful Parisian garden.

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