The city of love and romance has plenty to offer to its weary travelers – more than that meets the eye. Most of these are known and plastered across many blogs and websites, but there are a few that can be regarded as one of the best-kept secrets of Paris. Some of these spots may not even be frequented by many of the Paris city tours. We shall take a look at some of the things that may miss the eyes of a Paris private tour. Read on…
The Seine At Sunset
What does one do when the weather is pleasant and you feel like grabbing some fresh air? Head down to the Seine river that cuts through Paris. During the summer, the river is full and there is no short of people sitting on the banks, basking in the Paris sun. Getting a picnic basket can also help you infuse and enjoy the vibe of the city better.
Visit The Eiffel Tower When The Sun Has Set
The Eiffel tower is beautiful, but in the dark, the magic of the tower reaches a different sort of high. This is a sight that you should treat yourself to. At the top of the tour, each hour for five minutes, the light sparkles brightly and is one of the beautiful sights in the night that you can see.
Take A Brisk Walk Through The Rue Cler
This is a market street that has a specialty store for just about everything, be it cheese, flowers, or meat. If you do plan of visiting Paris, then make sure to stop by here to stock up with some light shopping. There are also bars on the Rue Cler that can whip up a mean cocktail or something that is customized to your tastes. There is outdoor seating in most of these joints and can make a perfect spot for people to relax and unwind.
Check Out The Café Saint Regis
This is a café that is situated at the Ile Saint-Louise, just south of Le Marias. This is a great place for having breakfast and dwell in the hustle and bustle of the city. You feel as though you are in the center of all the action, and is one of the best ways to kick start your tour of Paris, first thing in the morning.
These are a few of the lesser-known quirks of the city that many of you may not have stumbled across. Until next time, bon voyage!