Paris • City Guide

Paris City Guide: our top attractions for an unforgettable Parisian experience.

Every year, millions of visitors walk the streets of Paris to discover the City of Light and its countless treasures. There’s a great opportunity for Short Term Rental, however you will need to be prepared to face ruthless competition! In order to make travellers want to choose your Property over others, you need to create the best experience possible for your Guests. Help them to discover 10 the best places in the capital and have the trip of a lifetime!

Published on January 8, 2021 - Updated on January 19, 2021

1 • The Musée Jacquemart-André, Museum


This magnificent mansion, just a few steps away from the Champs-Élysées, houses a dazzling collection of works of art, assembled by the Jacquemart-André couple. Not only can you discover some beautiful artwork, it’s the perfect way to experience the sumptuous setting of this 19th century residence with its private rooms, monumental staircase and winter garden.


2 • La Closerie des Lilas, Restaurant


Frequented by famous writers and artists since its opening in 1847, this emblematic Montparnasse address has not lost any of its charm from yesteryear. Having become a real institution on the Left Bank, the Closerie still seduces with its chic and cozy setting, its tree-lined terrace and its essential piano-bar.


3 • Berthillon, Ice-cream parlor


Maison Berthillon was founded in 1954 in the heart of Paris, on the mythical Ile Saint-Louis. The most famous Parisian ice cream maker owes its success to the artisanal quality of its products. Competing in delicacy and freshness, its ice creams and sorbets can be enjoyed at any time of the day!


4 • Le Perchoir, Rooftop bar


Nestled on the 7th floor of a building in Ménilmontant, located in 11th arrondissement of Paris, this bar-restaurant offers a unique 360° panorama of the capital and its monuments. The bohemian-chic atmosphere and the incredible house cocktails make it the perfect place to unwind after the sun goes down.


5 • Angelina, Tea House


Hidden under the arcades of rue de Rivoli, facing the Tuileries garden, sits one of the most emblematic tea rooms in Paris. Founded in 1903, Maison Angelina has retained the sumptuous Belle Époque decoration of its salons, where you can indulge the Maison's flagship pastry: Mont-Blanc, served with its famous hot chocolate.


6 • The Comédie-Française, Theatre


A stay in Paris is the opportunity to treat yourself to an evening at the theatre. Among the many theatres that the capital holds today, the Comédie-Française remains unmissable. As the oldest theatre in Europe that is still in operation, the prestigious institution offers a rich repertoire, from classical to contemporary.


7 • Le Bon Marché, Department store


The must-visit shopping destination for Parisians. Paris is renowned for its shopping streets, major brands, trendy boutiques and department stores that have become legendary. Considered the first of its kind, Le Bon Marché is worth the detour for its elegant and refined setting, its selection of fashion, beauty, design and house, as well as the incredible gastronomic offer of its Grande Épicerie.


8 • Galignani, Bookstore


Located under the arcades of Rue de Rivoli since 1856, a stone's throw from Angelina, the Galignani bookstore gives pride of place to art books and has an impressive collection of books in French and Anglo-American languages. Its remarkable wooded decor and cozy atmosphere make you want to spend hours there...


9 • Galerie Perrotin, Art Gallery


As the international capital of culture, Paris is full of art galleries. Among the most recognized is the Galerie Perrotin, which opened in 1990 on the rue de Turenne. It is completely devoted to contemporary art and its founder, Emmanuel Perrottin, organizes around fifty exhibitions there per year.


10 • The Parc de la Villette, Park


Between nature and culture, the Parc de la Villette has something to seduce the young and old, lovers of greenery and art fanatics. Spanning from the City of Science and Industry to the Philharmonie de Paris and its thematic gardens, this park is the largest in the capital and is teeming with attractions that arouse curiosity and wonder.

Published on January 8, 2021 - Updated on January 19, 2021

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