Paris is a destination that has never attracted me, I wanted to find out what beauty people were talking about, I went there without expecting anything and ready to criticize every single comma, inceve, I changed my mind, I fell in love with Paris, not only for the historical monuments and the history that one breathed walking in the Parisian streets, which reminds us so much of our Rome, but the perfumes, the croissants, the wine, the shops, the views, everything made perfect the city that I have always excluded from my destinations.

It has been two intense days, but with a backpack on your back, everything is feasible. Surely it is impossible to admire everything related to the history of Paris in 2 days but if you have numbered days like us you can take advantage of it and get some ideas from here.

1 day

Arrival at the station (we took the train from London – Paris) for those interested in taking the train, we took the fast train, it took about 2 and a half hours, I recommend taking it well in advance because it can cost definitely a lot.



Strolling along the Champs-Elysees with a high tourist effervescence, you can stop for breakfast, shopping in the beautiful shops.

Arch of Triumph : 

It is the second most emblematic monument in Paris. An imposing building 50 m high and 45 m wide of high Roman inspiration.

The ticket costs: 12.00 Euros

Eiffel Tower

There are several ways to approach the Eiffel Tower: on foot, by elevator, or a mixed foot and elevator. From the ground floor to the second floor, you can get there on foot or by elevator. From the second floor to the top you go up only with the other lift.

To the first floor  the story of the Eiffel Tower is told in various ways (photos, cinema), there is the inevitable souvenir shop and if you get hungry, the 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant.

To the second floor  there is  the very expensive Jules Verne restaurant but also a more accessible buffet.

On the top floor , in addition to enjoying a well-deserved rest, you can visit Gustave Eiffel’s studio.

Opening hours :  from mid June to September:  every day from 9.00 to 00.00.

Rest of the year:  from 09.30 to 23.00.

Cost of the ticket :

Entrance + lift to the second floor:  adults 11 €; children from 12 to 24 years € 8.50; children from 4 to 11 years and disabled 4 €.

Entrance + stairs to the second floor:  adults 7 €; children from 12 to 24 years 5 €;  children from 4 to 11 years and disabled  € 3.

Entrance + lift to the top floor:  adults € 17; children from 12 to 24 years € 14.50;  children from 4 to 11 years and disabled 8 €.

Latin neighborhood 

Very characteristic, the area presents itself with the urban aspect of the past, surrounded by squares and small alleys that characterize it. The historical function of the neighborhood did not determine the name it bears, that of being the center of studies, and it is here that the Parisian university has been based since the 12th century. There are many restaurants offering typical French local cuisine. We tried everything from French cuisine and were fully satisfied.

Notre Dame

There  Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris  it is a splendid example of Gothic architecture. Strongly desired by Bishop Maurice de Sully, it was built between the 12th and 14th centuries (1163-1345). Main place  of Catholic worship in Paris is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most visited monuments in the world.

2nd day

Louvre Museum

How to get to the Louvre

By metro : line 1 Palais-Royal / Musée du Louvre station

Bus : n ° 21,24,27,39,48,68,69,72,81,95
The Louvre is open from 9am to 6pm , every day except Tuesdays and the following public holidays: January 1st, May 1st, August 15th, December 25th. On Wednesdays and Fridays there is an extended opening until 8.45pm.
Admission to the Louvre is free every first Sunday of the month and on July 14th . The ticket for the permanent collections is € 8.50 and entitles you to access for one day throughout the museum, excluding temporary exhibitions in the Napoleon Room. It is also valid for access to the Eugène Delacroix museum.
For afternoon access  on Wednesdays and Fridays, from 6 to 8.45 pm you pay € 6. Also in this case the temporary exhibitions in the Napoleon Room are excluded.
Napoleon room
Ticket valid for temporary exhibitions € 8.50

Go early, the lines are really long.

Disneyland Paris

Disneyland Paris can be reached approximately 40 km from the city center of Paris, in zone 5 of the Ilè-de-France region. It is possible to reach the playground comfortably by train from the center of Paris.

How to get to Disneyland from Paris

To reach Disneyland from Paris, you can do it with the RER A train, from the Nation station which in just 35 minutes will take you to the Marne-la-Vallee – Chessy station which is located about 100 meters from the park entrance. The cost is € 7.60 each way.

The ticket price varies according to the high or low season, online offers and promotional packages.

Opening hours : from 9.00 am to 10.00 pm.