Weekend Break at Paris

Paris, boasting its cosmopolitan and colorful landscape to sit back and relax with, has a city break you cannot easily let down. Considering the city’s glamour and prestige, spending your weekend city break can be just enough for you to do away the stress you have and enjoy what Paris has to offer.

There are lots that you can do when you are in one of the most romantic and enchanting cities in the world. You can always visit its historical places and learn the history of the city as well. Or you can also just sit back and relax then enjoy watching the people pass by as you sip a warm cup of coffee while having a nice chat with your friends. If you have already visited the top tourist destination areas, dined at fancy restaurants as well as sipped a coffee in their cafes, Paris has still a lot to offer for you. Who would ever miss out shopping in their list? Shopping in Paris is one of the most enjoying things to do as the city houses a lot of great finds that can be bought at a reasonable price.

For your first stop in the city, you can always enjoy having a shop in the bohemia of Abbesse. This district has a lot to offer, it can range from boutiques, to boulangeries and its own flea market. You can always find here a lot of well worth wonder that you can bargain for such as Victorian gloves, jewelry boxes, 40s heels and vinyl. And if you wish to just sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery of shoppers doing their thing, you can always do so in this district. There are cafes for you which have a good place to sip a cup of latte and people watch. In addition to this, if you want to go for silk shops, you can find more in the Montmarte area, the Moulin Rouge and a host of bars.

However, if you do not wish to go to flea markets and would want to have the higher class, then the Saint Germain is the perfect place for you. This is where you can find the famous designs of Yves Saint Laurent and Chanel. This place also offers its own bohemian culture that famous people usually hangout in their heydays. The popular spots for a chilled out coffee stop is at Cafe De Flore and the Deux Magots cafes.

Lastly, if you want to visit its famous tourist attractions that Paris has to offer, you can visit them, of course. You can go to Louvre Museum, which Louis XIV had once lived and is currently the house of Mona Lisa. You can also visit The Jardin De Luxembourg where rows of beautiful flower beds are showcased as well as sculptures and fountains that make a terific scenic stroll and also boast the Luxembourg Palace. And when you go further, you can also see the very first model of United States Statue of Liberty that stands in the Jardin De Luxembourg.

Considering the size of the city as well as its metro system, it is really safe to say that staying for a weekend break in Paris is very convenient and worthy spend the weekend to.