Sunday, March 20, 2016

What to Do in Paris

I have noticed a surge in searches for vacations in Paris recently.  I thought I would round up all of my posts from my trip to Paris last year! I didn't realize how many posts I wrote until now! Wow, what can I say? J'adore Paris!  I actually just added this post to my pages, as I know these are really popular posts!  You can now visit this post any time at the top of my site under "Trip to Paris".
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First things first though, as I get a lot of questions about how to dress like a Parisian.  Here's the simplest way to dress like a Parisian:

How to dress like a Parisian: Striped shirt // black pants // chic scarf // ballet flats splurgesteal  // pretty purse 

 Alright, on to all of my posts about Paris!
How to Rent an Apartment in Paris - We rented an apartment in Paris. In this post I talk about my experience.
How to rent an apartment in Paris
A guide to eating in Paris - I write about good eats!
where to eat in Paris!

Best Shopping in Paris - Here I write about my MUST visit shops. I forgot to include Diptyque on this list! 
A Paris shopping guide
Day Trip to Chateau de Fontainebleau - I *highly* recommend making the trip out to Fontainebleau. It's little over an hour away and I explain how to get there and why you should go!
day trip to fontainebleau
A Versailles Bike Tour Review - If you are in Paris long enough, I'm sure you'll visit Versailles. I strongly recommend doing a bike tour of Versailles - You get to see the *entire* grounds that are nearly impossible to see by foot! 
Going to Versailles and going on a bike tour! A MUST do for visiting Versailles!
10 tips for surviving the Louvre - The Louvre museum is HUGE. You have to go there with a plan. If you just meander on in, you'll be lost and you won't see what you wanted.
Guide to surviving the Louvre

Strolling the Champs Elysees - I wrote about our stroll down the Champs Elysees!
Champs Ulysses Walk

Walking tour of St. Germain des Pres - I wrote about walking around St. Germain des Pres- a GREAT place for shopping and dining! 
St. Germain des Pres Walk

Walking the Il de la Cite - the Il de la Cite has Notre Dame and Saint Chapelle on it. A Must visit. 
Notre Dame and Saint Chapelle Walk

Pierre Herme Macarons and Pastry review - you all know I'm obsessed with macarons. I went to Pierre Herme and wrote about it. However, I ended up loving the croissant below more than any pastry ever! 
Pierre Herme Macarons and Pastry Review

Laduree Paris Tea Room Review - a highlight of the trip for me! 
Laduree tea room and macaron review
Buying a Louis Vuitton in Paris - yes, it's cheaper. I wrote about my experience in this post.
buying a Louis Vuitton in Paris
Plans for a pastry tour in Paris - these were all of the pastry shops I wanted to go to. Unfortunately, I didn't get to visit them all. Guess I'll have to visit again!
What to pack in your carry on - The flight across the pond is LONG. Here I wrote about my favorite carry-on travel essentials to help you survive the long flight!
carry on travel essentials for international flights

What to pack and wear in Paris! - I know you want to look like a Parisian. Here I wrote about what to pack so you look tres chic and only pack one suitcase! 

paris packing list
Visiting E. Dehillerin in Paris - a famous kitchen store.  If you are into cooking AT ALL this store has the coolest and most unique gadgets around. 
E. dehillerin in Paris - the ultimate cooking store

Here is also a  Round up of some of my favorite Paris posts


  1. Fabulous! I want to go back! I can't wait to enjoy all the interesting shops and bakeries-- I get so tired of all the chain stores here. Thanks for the summary.

    1. I agree, I like all of the little boutique shops there!

  2. You have amazing experience to share, Angelina. Where to shop and where to eat are very important topics. :)

    Happy Thoughts of Home on Thursday. :)

  3. Hi Angelina! What a great post! I'm pinning this for my next trip to Paris -hoping it won't be too far off! Also, just letting you know I am featuring this post tonight on Best of the Weekend. Thanks for linking up!

    1. I am glad you found this post useful! Thanks for the feature!


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