Family Travel Guide to Paris France

Paris, though better known as the city of love and romance, can be an equally fun city, for children & teenagers. With its heritage and all sorts of attractions Paris-the City of light is an adorable destination for families. There are iconic landmarks of the city like amusement parks, gothic churches, magnificent museums, finest art galleries, spectacular historic buildings with fantastic architectural sense, monuments, opera halls, play & theatre venues, concert halls, enjoyable boat rides on Seine, street side cafes, tempting food in the renowned restaurants, bars, night clubs are some of the features of why it is highly recommended for a family trip. But planning this trip is very essential. One can surf the internet to get an idea of the major events, places to visit and things to do in Paris and France. A family travel guide can be of immense help in this case.

France too is a complete wonderland for families; especially children and teenagers.  Children will be highly interested in some of the great tourist spots of France like luxury chateaus in Burgundy with swimming pools and miles of bike trails, the castles and rustic towns of the Loire Valley (with wineries too), the warmth and beauty of Provence, and the sunny beaches of Nice. Kids generally become delighted to have the yummy delicious chocolate mousse, lemon cake, vanilla & strawberry flavored cookies, and crème brûlée available at Ecole de Cuisine Alain Ducasse in France.

The streets of Paris are very crowded and younger ones generally would not like walking for hours amidst the hustle and bustle. Rather they would prefer sightseeing from the glass enclosed boats on the river Seine. Some of them may also be eager to learn the history of these places. So they may enjoy visiting Versailles, and Les Invalides military museum and exploring the cannons, mortars, armor, swords, daggers, and other items from Napoleon’s time, including his hat and sword, and even the Egyptian section of the Louvre, to have a look of the mummified cats.

Family travel Guide for Paris and France offers an overview of hotels, restaurants, cafes and other places to visit.  In Paris there are several affordable hotels with spacious rooms, good service, incredible cuisine, swimming pool/spa, etc. Some of the well recognizable hotels include Hotel Le Regent Paris, Hotel d’Aubusson, Bristol, etc. The Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre Museum, Lido, Moulin Rouge and neo-classic Haussmannian boulevards are included amongst the most interesting places to visit in Paris. During the summer months families can go out for picnics in the beautiful parks and garden rambled all over the city with exclusive play areas for children.


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