A Quick Guide on How to Spend Your 48 Hours in Paris

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A Quick Guide on How to Spend Your 48 Hours in Paris:

A Quick Guide on How to Spend Your 48 Hours in Paris

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The mantra for enjoying Paris is simple – eat, see, wonder, and repeat. It’s important to hit all the big spots while skimming over a few to save time while you are in Paris. With a little planning and a big appetite for culture and food, Paris in 72 hours although a tall order, is totally manageable. As a city of both immense literal and visual feasts, there’s no denying it’s a perfect city to visit in the near future. Make your booking with Spirit airlines reservations if you want to be a part of this amazing city very soon. When you make your reservations with us, we make sure you come across some of the best offers and deals no matter which season you wish to fly off. A Quick Guide to Paris in 72 Hours Get a chance to be flexible with your travel plans to lower your airfare costs, Spirit Airlines deals can help you save money on both domestic and international flights. Check Spirit Airlines official site if you want to get a preliminary idea of what the going rate is and which restrictions might apply.

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Friday mid Morning Head straight for Eric Kayser in the Latin Quarter once checked in and settled at your accommodation to indulge in what can only be described as the best use of butter on the planet – the croissant. After this head north toward the Notre Dame at the towering 13th-century Gothic cathedral, where you can enjoy your breakfast at either the Square René Viviani overlooking the south side of the church. Friday Early Afternoon Stroll down the main road of Rue Saint-Louis en L’Île to appreciate the historic neighborhood of Île Saint Louis. The neighborhood is lined with beautiful 17th-century style buildings, wander down the main street and poke into little boutiques for unique souvenirs and shopping. Once finished head to the north side to enjoy more picturesque views of the river and cross over the Pont Saint Louis once again.

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Friday mid Afternoon  You can visit Ma Salle à Manger near Pont- Neuf for a more relaxed venture starting with a quality meal. Savor into the classic French cuisine coupled escargots, French onion soup, boeuf bourguignon, or confit de canard. After lunch, you can stroll around the serene Pont- Neuf gardens before hopping on a one-hour riverboat cruise from Vedettes Pont- Neuf . Friday Evening Walk east to the Louvre to enjoy the facades of the Palais du Louvre and the Pyramids after crossing the river at Pont- Neuf . Then you can head straight to the 6th arrondissement for dinner and drinks or you can check out Les DeuxMagots if you are on the hunt for some energetic atmosphere or good food.

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Friday Night As darkness hits the city, for a final look at the grand city of Paris head to the Montparnasse Tower. Go up to the observation deck 200 meters above ground to take in the 360-degree birds-eye view of Paris and finally you can bid a farewell.

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