Home to both fantastic cuisine and an amazing culture, Paris also happens to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are myriads of museums, parks, and world famous sites that appeal to all ages.
Having undergone a huge revival in the last few decades, the 12th arrondissement, one of the larger districts of Paris, is blessed with vast outdoor space coupled with a family-friendly feel, off the beaten touristy track.
In recent years, as part of a wider mission to revive all of the Eastern Paris neighborhoods, the 19th district, also known as La Villette, has truly become a flagship for urban regeneration. Families enjoy the Canal de l’Ourcq and the Parc de la Villette.
First time traveling to Paris as a family? Feeling a bit overwhelmed by all of the amazing sights Paris has to offer? This trail, featuring major highlights along the Seine, was crafted by a Parisian mum who knows the City of Lights like the back of her hand.
Mostly defined by the broad Avenue des Champs Elysées, which links the iconic Arc de Triomphe and the chaotic traffic circle of Place de la Concorde, the chic 8th arrondissement of Paris is a powerful emblem of French luxury.
Bébé Voyage thanks Harsh Aurora for this great article on how to avoid crowded tourist attractions! His suggestions offer amazing experiences which can help you avoid the pitfall of dealing with cranky, impatient kids. Making