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The Marais

You visit to Paris will be incomplete, if you miss out to check The Marais. The historic Marais Quarter of Paris is a chief stomping spot for shoppers.

It offers you with eclectic and high-fashion, artisan and handcrafted jewelry, perfumeries, cosmetics, vintage stores, high-quality chains, and cosmetics.

It is very important for you to know that buying a French product from the supermarkets of Paris is easy, but buying them on a discounted rate is pretty hard enough. So, if you want to go Paris for shopping and at the same time also wishes to not spend extra money, then your best time to visit Paris for shopping is during Les Soldes (The Sales).

Luxembourg Gardens

It is a beautiful park with a great playground, a marionette theater and a fountain pond for sailing small wooden boats.

If you are in Paris with your kids, then it is one of the places which should be certainly on the top of your priority list.

Nearby to this place is Rue Vavin, which has few extremely stylish shops for children where you can have a visit and get pretty cool stuff for your kids.

Coulee Verte René-Dumont

Coulee Verte René-Dumont runs for almost five kilometers from the Opéra Bastille to the edge of the Boulevard Périphérique using a viaduct and tunnels on the way.

In some places the vegetation that had cropped up along the railway has been kept, while in others, mainly on the Viaduc des Arts in the west, the Coulee Verte has been tidily landscaped with manicured bushes, trimmed hedges and water features.

When in Paris, must do a visit to this place.

Paris by Mouth Food Tours

When in Paris, you need to definitely try out this tour for gaining an amazing experience of Paris food and culture.

Take your kids and family to such tours and enjoy different food items like chocolates, pastries, and cheese.

Carry your snacks from these food stalls and head towards an art gallery or a museum to enjoy your sightseeing at Paris.

So, these are some of the best things to do in Paris. Hope your journey to Paris becomes remarkable.

Source: Wat Not