Hey, guys! This is my first WHI article and I'm super excited, so let's jump straight to it!
Things to do in Paris, France:
- Take a boat tour around the Seine River:
Preferably one that has an audio guide included so you can get the most out of the experience.
- The Eiffel Tower
Obviously, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most touristy of all Paris' attractions. Wear something long-sleeved because it can get chilly waiting in line + if possible, bring drinks and snacks with you so you won't have to pay a lot of money on overpriced food (while this might not work nowadays because of the heavy security measures, I advise you eat a meal before heading up the Tower.)
- Disneyland
A little bit outside of Paris, Disneyland is every child's dream come true. I recommend getting skip-the-line tickets if you want to make the most out of the trip and just remember to be patient. Every ride has their own mini-line that can take anywhere you from 10 minutes to 2 hours queueing. Get there as early as possible, bring snacks or have a hearty breakfast, and craft out a game plan as to which rides you'll hit first. (maps are available online)
- Arch of Triumph
For a fare, you can queue for an hour or so and walk up to the top of the arch, where you'll get an amazing panoramic view of Paris. Be prepared for a long wait, but the view is worthwhile.
- Notre-Dame
Utterly stunning from both the exterior and interior. Cheap ticket, very little time spent queueing.
- Sacre-Coeur
Little walk away from other attractions, yet this Basilica has enormous history behind it and is worth visiting.
- Champs Elysees
Don't even think about buying anything to eat! It's expensive and yes, is renowned for its name brands lining up the street, but admire it. Do.Not.Buy.Anything.The caffes and small restaurants are completely overpriced. A short distance away is the Tuileries Gardens with cheap food stalls. Save the $
- Tuileries Garden
Beautiful with neatly trimmed trees and plants. Loaded with history.
- Jardin du Luxembourg
In all honesty, was adorable but struck me as a regular European park; statues here and there, nothing worthwhile IF you're on a trip that lasts only a couple of days.
- Centre Georges Pompidou
Saw it only in passing but has a cute exterior.
- Pantheon
If you saw the Pantheon in Italy do not pass over the chance of seeing the one in Paris. The one in Italy was more modest in comparison to the one in Paris. Worth a visit!
- Louvre
Requires minimum an entire day there, morning to late in the afternoon. Get audio guide or pamphlets.

I can't think of anything else at the moment. If something does come to mind, I might make a part two to this xx