See a Different Side to Paris - Tips for Exploring the City

May 9th, 2019
Want to visit Paris but hate crowded touristy places? We have collected snapshots from some of the blogs on how to see a different side to Paris and explore the city away from the masses.
Explore the Marais

Explore Now or Never blog suggests you visit this neighbourhood.

“If you’re ready for another bite, head directly to Marché des Enfants-Rouge and sample the Moroccan food at Le Traiteur Marocain. You won’t be able to resist it once you look at what’s on offer!”

There you can not only try the Moroccan tagine but also explore the gorgeous architecture, or take public transport along the Seine river giving you a great view of the city.

Visit Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Looking for a bit of greenery? Then One World 365 recommends you visit Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. This park is known as the largest green space in the city.

“You will struggle to remember that you’re in the metropolis once immersed in this natural retreat.”

It has everything – a lake, a waterfall, a quiet atmosphere and stunning views. Exactly what you need to take a breather in this vibrant city.

Learn to cook like a French Chef

Why not enjoy French cooking at home too? The Globe Trotting Teacher recommends you attend a French cooking class with La Cuisine Paris to learn how exactly the best melt-in-your-mouth French croissants are made.

“Instead of just eating the best croissant, you’ll have the chance to make some!”

Check out The Chateau Fontainebleau

According to Theatre in Paris, The Chateau Fontainebleau is a great alternative to Versailles. You can get there via a short train journey from Paris.

“With just a quick ride outside the city, you can explore the chateau, visit the small nearby town of Avon, before heading into the Fontainebleau Forest for an afternoon nature hike.”

Go there to satisfy your longing for the Parisian luxury.

Try a unique hot chocolate at Jean-Paul Hévin

Paris is known for its incredible hot chocolate spots. While there are so many to choose from, Like a Local Guide advise you to challenge your taste buds and head to Jean-Paul Hévin for an eccentric cup of goodness.

“You can customise your hot chocolate with different tastes such as raspberry coulis, melted ginger chocolate and even oyster cream!”

Feel like going on a culinary adventure? Jean-Paul Hévin is your oyster!

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