Day 1 –
Once arriving to Paris, we checked in to our accommodation “Hotel Andrea” we then decided to go and explore the city a little. We Hopped on a Hop on and Off bus to look at the views. Before heading for dinner and then back to the hotel.
Day 2 –
Day two we had booked Disney land Paris, up at 6:30am to get ready to head for breakfast at our hotel for 07:30am then off to the Tubes we went. The train journey there was a little different to what I was used to in the UK they had double decker trains! We arrived at Disney land Paris and spent the entire day exploring the theme park, going on rides. We headed home on the tube that evening around 6pm. Went for Dinner and back to the hotel again.
Day 3 –
We wanted to see the Eiffel tower up close, so we headed down there and waited in the que which was around 2 hours. We then climbed our way to the top. The Views were incredible, although heights were one of my fears. After this we explored around as there was lots of people selling all kinds of handmade things and entertainment everywhere. We tried some local Snails, and I must say I will not be trying them again! We then headed back to the hotel to get ready for the evening as we had a three course Dinner booked on a boat. This experience was amazing, and I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to go to Paris! The location meeting point for this boat was Rue De La Legion D’Honneur. We booked this through Viator.
Day 4 –
Unfortunately the fourth day signalled the end of our time in Paris. We grabbed our last croissants before saying our goodbyes and heading for the airport.
Any hidden gems, local delicacies you came across? –
The Locals Selling handmade items around the Eiffel tower. It’s a must just for the Atmosphere alone.
What makes this a great destination for groups? –
Lots of activities to do to keep your Holiday exciting for the whole group.
Easy travel –
Just jump on the Eurostar or a quick flight – Walking distance to most things you need. Tube to Disneyland is super easy.
DST hotel recommendation –
Hotel Andrea – we paid £105 per night.
- Mollie DaveyBack