Travel In Focus: Places to Visit in Paris

Travel In Focus: Places to Visit in Paris

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Travel in Focus is a monthly feature highlighting the best travel tips and suggestions for a particular place from around the web.  Check out the internet’s best travel writing about Places to Visit in Paris to help you plan your trip!


Paris Focused Blogs

Eiffel Tower Paris France Places to visit in paris


The Essence of Paris – Travel Inspiration

Pont Alexander and Gold Dome in Paris Places to visit in paris

Unique Paris Tours:


Budget Saving Tips for Paris

Street scene, Latin Quarter, Paris. Places to visit in paris
A haven for inexpensive, filling food in Paris, right across from Notre Dame

Paris Museums


The Seedy Underbelly of Paris

Paris – Off the Beaten Path


The Seasons of Paris


Things to do in Paris

A statue in Jardin Tullieres in Paris France Places to visit in paris


Eating in Paris

Local liqueurs (which we ended up buying some of) in the quaint little street market next to Sacre Couer Basilica in Paris. Places to visit in paris


Day Trips from Paris

US Cemetary Normandy France Places to visit in paris


Paris Nightlife

The Moulin Rouge, located in Pigalle, Paris' version of the red light district. Places to visit in paris
The Moulin Rouge, located in Pigalle, Paris’ version of the red light district.

Paris Eye Candy (photos of Paris)



Stay tuned for next month’s Travel in Focus theme…LONDON!

Shanna Schultz

We are Shanna and Aaron + kiddos. We are a travel addicted family of four who love to escape at every possible opportunity. When we travel, we love to focus on creating meaningful travel experiences that help us all learn about the world together and bring us closer as a family. Shanna also writes about travel in the Midwestern part of the United States at her blog A Midwest Travel Companion

This Post Has 18 Comments

    1. You are quite welcome! It was a great post (and something that many people don’t think about in their day to day lives.)

    1. Thanks for the nice comments! There is so much good travel writing on the internet, I thought that it would be a good way to feature some of it…

    1. Thanks! Putting it all together had me drooling over baguettes and french wine and pain au chocolate and brie and all of those great things about Paris, too!

  1. “Wahou” (as we say in French) amazing list of resources about Paris. I’ll bookmark it and will share with my customers. I’m certain it will help them to prepare their trip to Paris.
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    1. Thanks! It was good for me to put all of those resources together…I have been missing France lately.

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