City break to Paris: travel guide

By Guiomar


City of lights, city of love: the beautiful Paris ♡ I visited this lovely city a few weeks ago, for my mum’s birthday. As soon as I stepped off the train I started to feel in love with the beauty of its streets.


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What a better way to relax after exams that a Paris city break? Let me show you my favourites spots and recommendations for your trip.


WHERE DID WE STAY

We stayed at Hôtel André Latin Paris. I loved the design and the staff, was lovely to stay in this hotel. I suggest staying at the Quartier Latin, it’s full of restaurants, boutiques and cafes. 

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Pictures: Hotel Andre Latin


WHERE DID WE EAT

-Paul. 77 Rue de Seine. 

-The Smiths Bakery. 12 Rue de Buci. 

-Le Mondrian. 148 Boulevard Saint-Germain. 

-Hotel Andre Latin Bar. 50 Rue Gay-Lussac. 

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MY RECOMMENDATIONS 
-Stay at least 3 days.

-Stay in a central location (not in the Eiffel Tower neighborhood because it’s too quiet).

-Learn basic words in French (Bonjour/Merci/Pardon).

-Buy a metro ticket for a day, so you can easily visit more places.

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You can read more about my trip to Paris on my blog :)


I am Guiomar, a 24 years old from Spain, following my dreams in England since 2015. After graduating in Business Psychology I focused my career in Marketing and Events in the luxury and travel field. My aim with the blog (myroselifestyle.wordpress.com) is to help people and deliver positivity and value sharing my experiences and tips in the Travel, Style and Lifestyle categories.
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