Paris City breaks – Your Dream Holiday
Book a dreamlike trip to the metropolis of Paris. Whether you are wanting to plan a romantic trip with a loved one or you are coming as a family to visit the wonderful sights of the city, you will have a great time during your stay in a holiday apartment in Paris. If you are coming from the UK, the Channel Tunnel and many ferries to Calais and Caen makes it possible for you to arrive in France with great ease.
City breaks Paris – what to see and do
This famous city can be found in the North of France in the region of Ille de France and one of the first stops for many when visiting Paris is of course the Eiffel Tower. Constructed in 1889, this famous landmark attracts over 7 million visitors every year because of the breathtaking views at the top. With three different levels to go up, go as high as you wish! You can find the Notre Dame de Paris, a mere 15 minute walk away from the Eiffel Tower. The Gothic structure is breathtaking and is a great sight to see during your city breaks to Paris.
The Moulin Rouge is also a popular tourist destination because of its musical dance entertainment. After the self titled film and many other publications about cabaret, the Moulin Rouge became a popular location for residents and tourists alike. The cabaret fever even spread to Amsterdam during the 19th Century and to Chicago in the 20th Century and is now popular worldwide. For those who like museums, there is a special Paris Museum Pass available at most tourist offices, which you can purchase and therefore go in over 70 different landmarks in Paris.
For those coming with the whole family including younger children, the famous Disneyland Resort Paris is ideal to spend your time during your Paris city breaks. With two parks to choose from, the Disneyland Park and the Walt Disney Studios Park, you can meet Mickey Mouse and his friends, as well as going on all of the rides. Space Mountain and Big Thunder Mountain are perfect for those roller-coaster fans and it is worth sticking around during the evening as the night-time show completed with fireworks and a parade. This theme park can be found just outside Paris in the area of Marne La Vallee.
City break Paris – what to do when the sun goes down!
Throughout Paris there is a large selection of cafés and restaurants available. Sample the traditional French cuisine including French soups, cheeses and for those with a sweet tooth, crème brulee or mousse au chocolat. If you are hesitant about trying the French specialities, then there is a wide range of other eateries available from everything Italian to Chinese and Thai. If you wish to continue the party afterwards, nightlife is also world class here. Surrounded by locals and tourists alike in the bars and clubs here, make sure you sample the French wine as the country is famous worldwide for its top quality wine, made in local vineyards. The wine capital is after all Bordeaux, which would make another perfect city break for you and your loved ones if you enjoy exploring vineyards.
Where to stay and how to get around on your city breaks to Paris
If you are concerned about how to get around in Paris, there is a great metro service which has regular trains and trams going throughout the city. No matter where your Paris holiday rental is, you will find it easy to get around and get to the locations you wish to visit. If you are stuck on ideas about where to stay in Paris, the Montmarte district and the Batignolles district are two great locations with plenty of holiday rentals available in the online catalogue for you to rent.