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3 Days in Paris

Considered as the most beautiful and romantic destinations in the world, Paris is on the top of the priority list of every traveler. In addition to being the French capital, Paris is also a city where love resides, and is also a home to one of the most iconic wonders of the world. Hence, there are multiple reasons to visit the magnificent city that Paris is. The city has so much to explore and experience that one or two days are not enough. Hence, if you are planning a trip to Paris, make sure that it is at least for 3 days, or else you’ll miss out on some incredible attractions. Make use of the Paris 3 day itinerary and plan your trip accordingly. You can add some more attractions or delete some of them and make your 3 day Paris travel, a journey to remember.

Day 1 in Paris:

Start your first day in Paris with the most iconic and popular attraction, Eiffel Tower. It’s pretty sure that you have planned your Paris travel just because you want to witness the extravagance of the gigantic Eiffel Tower. So how about you begin exploring this dreamland by paying a visit to this man made wonder. Click selfies, enjoy the view and tick a slot from your bucket list. Follow this unique experience with the Towers of Notre Dame Cathedral, Ile Saint Louis, Palais Garnier, River Seine and Luxembourg Gardens.

Day 2 in Paris:

Keep your second day of your Paris travel, comparatively short and dedicate it to various museums and cathedrals. Get some enlightenment by paying a visit to Musee D'Orsay and Sacre Coeur Montmartre. Follow this by soaking in some divinity at the Notre Dame Cathedral and Arc De Triomphe.

Day 3 in Paris:

If you are visiting Paris in 3 days, then make sure you make the most out of it. You can skip the repetitive museums and cathedrals and visit only those which you’ve to. Start your third and final day of trip to Paris paying a visit to Sainte Chapelle. It is advisable to spend at least 2-3 hours so that you can get an eye pleasing experience due to the mind blowing architecture.

After this attraction, continue your trip Musee De L Orangerie for some quick entertainment and enlightenment. Click pictures and get bowled over by the sheer beauty of famous landmarks in Paris which are Pantheon and Place De La Concorde.

End your trip to Paris with a bang and relish on some French delicacies by visiting one of the French restaurants like the popular L'ange 20 Restaurant.

Hope your trip is all comfortable and this Paris 3 day itinerary helps you to make your travel, a memorable experience.

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  • Are popular tourist places, e.g. Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe crowded on weekends in September?

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    • Although there is a lesser crowd in Paris during September, you can expect crowds at popular attractions on weekends. 

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