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Win yourself a holiday to Paris
The very name conjures up a multitude of images: pavement artists in Montmartre's lively Place du Tertre, evening cruises down the majestic Seine under the famous bridges, dusty bookstalls along the Left Bank and bohemian restaurants in the Latin Quarter.
The large department stores Printemps and Galaries Lafayette offer immense choice. For those looking for the latest fashions, designer shops can be found along rue St Honoré, boulevard St Germain and avenue Montaigne. The Marais offers an appealing mix of chic interior design, trendy boutiques and original jewellery, while St Germain is renowned for its antique shops.
For those who enjoy street markets, head to rue Mouffetard close to the Latin Quarter for cheese, fruit, vegetables and meat, whilst the large weekend flea market at Clignancourt meight tempt those looking to track down a vintage piece.
When to visit
If you're planning a holiday in Paris, our top picks for the best time to travel would be February, April and June
Where better for a Valentine's escape than the original City of Love? Strolling its wide avenues and boulevards hand in hand, perhaps stopping for a glass of wine at a street cafe. Ooh la la!
Paris in the spring has its own unique charms: bright and sunny days, with the very beginnings of alfresco dining, romantic walks along the Seine, and chestnuts in blossom, all preparing for summer.
There are few lovelier cities than Paris in summer. Boulevards and parks bathed in golden sunshine and ample opportunity for pausing at one of its tiny street cafés to people-watch. A pure joy!
Things to do in Paris
Books inspired by Paris
Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood for your Paris holiday
An epic novel following four families over hundreds of years: bound by forbidden loves and marriages of convenience; dogged by vengeance and murderous secrets; torn apart by the irreconcilable differences of birth and faith, and brought together by the tumultuous history of their city. A book which bursts to life in the intrigue, corruption and glory of its people.
Chosen by Stuart
A poignant two-part novel about French society at the point of the German invasion of WW2. Originally intended as 4 parts, the author's untimely death in Auschwitz in 1942 prevented the rest from being written. This was discovered and published 65 years later and is now hailed as a masterpiece.
A beautifully written and sensuous novel set in 18th century France. An unwanted and "unscented" child is born with an extraordinary sense of smell and uses his gift to become the finest perfumer in France. But his dreams of creating the world's finest perfume bring out murderous instincts. A cult classic, you won't have ever read anything like it!
Paris Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
6th April 2022 by PommieTravels25 hotels in Paris with a view of the Eiffel Tower
One of the most popular Instagram shots seems to be the classic hotel room shot overlooking the Eiffel Tower. You know the photo…influencers in their cozy bathrobes, drinking coffee and tucking into croissants while gazing out their window at the city’s most iconic landmark. But which hotels can you see the Eiffel Tower from? There are actually quite a few hotels in Paris with a view of the Eiffel Tower, so I’ve put together a list of the best ones!...
28th February 2022 by PommieTravelsWeekend in Paris: Perfect 3 day Paris itinerary
Ah Paris. Fashion capital of the world. Land of baguettes, macarons and cute cafés. There’s no doubt that Paris is an incredibly chic and cosmopolitan city, with lots of things to see and do for both first time and returning visitors. If you’re thinking about spending a weekend in Paris, I’ve put together a 3-day itinerary that covers all the major attractions and things to do. You’ll see major landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame, plus you’ll get to explore some...
23rd November 2021 by Kirsty LeanneA guide to climbing the Eiffel Tower, Paris
When you visit the city of love, one of the top things that should be on your list of things to do is a trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower. Although many people believe that a trip to the top is a waste, the incredible views across Paris and the opportunity to learn the tower’s fascinating history makes it well worth a visit to the top. Before COVID and Paris 2024 renovations started, you could easily reach the tower ticket desks by simply walking under the tower itself. There were ticket...
13th September 2021 by Inside the Travel LabHidden gems in Paris: The best secret spots in Paris
Move aside Mona Lisa. Had an eyeful of the Eiffel? Here's our inside guide to the best kept secrets in Paris. Uncover our favourite collection of Paris hidden gems. Embrace modern France with a visit to the art and culture-filled Institut du Monde Arabe and sip mint tea while gazing at Parisian rooftops and the bulk of Notre Dame.For a more (ahem) immersive experience, strip off and head to the Hamman at the Paris Mosque (although not in that order.) Once you've recovered from the vigorous...
18th February 2021 by AndyFree things to do in Paris
Known as one of the world’s most romantic cities, Paris can easily be found on anyone’s Bucket List of places to visit. But city life can be expensive so we've put together a list of some of the best things you can do in Paris – for free!Paris Walking TourSandeman organises an excellent and FREE walking tour of the city of Paris that will take you through the city’s top local attractions. Stroll by the banks of the river Seine, stand in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower or discover the...
1st March 2021 by Inside the Travel LabHow to spend 4 days in Paris
If you're wondering what to do in Paris in 4 days, I've put together the ultimate guide with more than 30 things to see in Paris. Where should we begin? The world class food or the world class architecture? The history that reaches into almost every part of the world or the icons we all grew up with? The Eiffel Tower, the Louvre and the Mona Lisa and Notre Dame?...
24th September 2020 by EmmaAnnouncing the winner of our Eurostar holiday competition
On Thursday 24rd September we drew the winner of our summer Eurostar holiday competition. From the thousands of valid entries received, twenty were chosen at random and placed in a "hat" (our trusty Cabeau travel pillow bag). Watch the video of Stuart drawing the winner in the Facebook video above.A big congratulations to Sophie-Mai Wilde! Her prize is valid for 12 months, so I'm sure she'll make good use of it once the current travel restrictions are lifted. And thank you to all who entered;...
Weather in Paris
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Paris