Paris with Kids

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Paris with Kids

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As one of the most visited cities in the world, navigating the sights of Paris with children in tow requires a bit of strategic planning. Crowds of people and waiting in long lines can be exhausting. The key to a successful visit is to explore Paris at a leisurely pace, popping into nearby playgrounds along the way, and to take advantage of ways to minimize crowds and lines.

Too busy to read through a million blogs and guidebooks to plan your time in Paris? Simplify your life with this 7-day itinerary. Everything you need to know: where to sleep, eat, and play! All organized into day-by-day plans.

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Description

Live like a Parisian family in an apartment near the Rue Cler market street. Make memories visiting cultural sites, mingling with the families at a playground in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, riding on a hand-cranked carousel, enjoying a scavenger hunt at the Musée D’Orsay, viewing Paris from a boat along the famous Seine River, savoring your favorite pastry, shooting pretend arrows at a medieval castle, scoping out a famous Harry Potter landmark, strolling the colorful market streets, and much more! It’s a great family destination with something for everyone. Your Paris vacation will be one Instagram-worthy photo after another!

Where To Stay

  • Where to stay including specific apartments and hotels in the best neighborhood of Paris (the 7th/Rue Cler Market street neighborhood)

  • The lodging choices for each destination have been carefully selected for their ideal location, price point, safety, and proximity to the day’s activities. We tell you the best area to stay so you can minimize driving or walking distances and maximize your moments having fun. Knowing what part of town to stay in is a huge part of making a trip a success, and that’s hard to do when you are not familiar with a destination. We save you time and energy by doing all the research for you.

Where To Eat

  • Our favorite cafes, boulangeries, market streets, and pattiseries

  • Recommended dining choices near each activity

  • Local dining establishments are highlighted. The kind where children are welcome but isn't necessarily a restaurant geared primarily towards kids. You won't find many restaurant chains in our itineraries, just good local food mirroring the destination's culture. This could mean a food truck, a pizza place, or a nice sit-down restaurant, but always delicious. If there are any local brews, specialty foods, wines, or coffee houses around, we'll mention those too.

Where To Play

  • Favorite walks, carousels, playgrounds, boulangeries, market streets, and more

  • Museum Pass info- Should you buy one?

  • Tips and details for the best way to experience and explore: the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, Luxembourg Gardens, Musée D’Orsay, a Medieval Castle, a walking tour in the Les Halles neighborhood, a Seine River Cruise, and much, much more!

  • Labeled maps

  • The best museums for the family

  • Transportation tips and walking times

  • Favorite apps for international travel

  • Souvenir recommendations

  • Walking distances between sites

  • The organization of each day has been thoughtfully planned in order to group activities together by proximity, ideal time of day to visit, and the best nearby dining choices. It’s all been laid out for you, along with directions, maps, travel tips, links to more info, and more. We cover the most worthwhile activities to do in a destination (based on our own family’s reviews) without forgetting that vacations are meant to be fun and relaxing, not a list to be checked off while hauling around whining children.

    You’ll find plenty of outdoor activities for the family as well as cultural and historical sites unique to the destination. Many itineraries include easy hikes, bike rides, and float trips that have been selected for their kid-friendly length and ease of difficulty as well as their scenic beauty. (Always worth it!) We are all about getting families outdoors so we include as much fresh air as we can in our itineraries, whether it is a day-long trek in a national park or just the location of a fantastic playground perfect for a break from sightseeing.

  • To see more photos from this trip, visit the album on our Facebook page.

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