Going Back to Paris as a Family, Episode 422

Categories: Family Travel, Paris

Going back to Paris is always a wonderful experience. The city is filled with so much history, culture, and beauty, with its iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral, its charming streets and neighborhoods, and its world-renowned museums and art galleries.

There is always something new to discover in Paris, whether it's trying a new restaurant or café, exploring a new neighborhood, or attending a cultural event. The city is also known for its fashion, food, and wine, making it a truly unforgettable destination. Every time I visit Paris, I am struck by its timeless charm and elegance, and I can't wait to go back again and see what new adventures the city has in store for me.

On today's episode Annie Sargent chats with Elsa Acevedo about her family going back to Paris with her husband and 4 children. They went to all the places you would suspect and a few that will surprise you. Was it a good time? Click play and let Elsa explain!

Going back to Paris as a family: Elsa recommends

The Royal Serenade in Versailles

Brasserie Madame on the Eiffel Tower

Napoleon III apartments in the Louvre

Disneyland Paris

Musée de l'Armée

Musée de l'Orangerie

Museum of Natural History (not air conditioned!)

The Catacombs (cool year-round)

Opéra Garnier

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Categories: Family Travel, Paris