A Guide To The Best Of Paris
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A Guide To The Best Of Paris

My French Itinerary

Mila Danton
Mila Danton

After spending my freshman year abroad in the city of love, I developed a pretty hefty itinerary to bring home. Whenever friends or relatives travel to Paris, they often reach out for my resturant guide.

In light of the approaching spring break, I thought I'd share my Parisian itinerary for anyone making the trip. It's an amazing city, with even greater opportunities for exploration. Enjoy!

1. EAT

2. le relais de l'entrocete

3. lou lou

4. pizza populare

5. holy belly

6. le souffle

7. le refuge des fondu

8. frenchie/frenchie to go

9. balagan

10. ferdi

11. deux magot

12. cafe du flore

13. l'as du fallafel

14. le 404

15. angelina

16. candelaria

17. buvette

18. berthillon ice cream

19. mabillon

20. SEE

21. musee d'orsay

22. catacombs

23. medici fountain

24. pantheon

25. parc des buttes chaumont

26. place des vosges

27. richelieu library

28. passages des panoramas

29. passage jouffroy

30. picasso museum

31. monet museum

32. montmartre and sacre coeur

33. canal saint-martin

34. palais de la cité

35. eiffel tower (haha)

36. champ du mars

37. saint germaine

38. trocadéro

39. le marais

40. saint honore

41. opera


43. vanity

44. vip room

45. l'arc

46. cafe oz chatelet

47. matignon

48. queen

49. bastille

50. faust

51. jangal

52. wanderlust

53. le planches

54. keyes

55. boom boom

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