Paris Holidays 2024/2025

Paris is nicknamed the ‘City of Love’, and rightly so! The city oozes romance and is the perfect destination to visit with your nearest and dearest. Head to the Eiffel Tower to take in the breathtaking views, attach a lock on Love Lock Bridge to symbolise your eternal love or find a quaint, Parisian café and enjoy local delicacies.

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Shop ‘Til You Drop

As one of the big four fashion capitals of the world, the shopping opportunities in Paris are endless. Along The Champs-Élysées you will find plenty of luxury fashion houses including Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Dior. The street, almost 2km long, is also home to high street brands such as Zara and H&M, as well as department store Galeries Lafayette.

If you’re up for a bit of exploring, head to the side streets that are ‘off the beaten track’ a little to discover some of the most unique and traditionally French boutiques. Here you will find little treasures that make for perfect gifts or souvenirs as a way to remember your fantastic holiday.

Food Glorious Food

France is the birthplace of some of the best chefs in the world and Paris has earned the title of the world’s fine dining capital. During your visit you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants, cafés and eateries.

For a mid-shopping snack, head to Laudrée to enjoy tasty macarons and other sweet treats. Though the ‘best restaurant in Paris’ accolade is down to personal taste, you’ll find a large range of cuisines to try. There’s even some French specialities up for grabs like frogs legs and snails! If you’re feeling adventurous, definitely give one of these delicacies a go!

A Slice of Culture

Finding things to do in Paris won’t ever be difficult – there’s plenty of museums, art galleries, landmarks and more to enjoy. Of course, there’s the must-see attractions like the Louvre Museum which is home to the Mona Lisa, the Arc de Triomphe and Eiffel Tower. However, there’s also some other spots that are not to be missed!

Did you know that Paris is home to a quarter-size replica of the Statue of Liberty?  It was given to France by US expats in Paris in 1889 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution and faces west – in the direction of its larger sibling in New York City!

Another French gem is the Moulin Rouge, the most famous cabaret in the world. For a wild and wonderful evening, head down to this beautiful windmill fronted building at the foot of Montmartre hill. To experience the Moulin Rouge at its best, book yourself the works with a champagne, dinner and show reservation.


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