The most common problem travelers experience on their Paris city tours is that there is a lot to see and too much to do in this beautiful city. Obviously, there is no denying the fact that the City of Lights cannot be experienced completely in a day or two. So it is better to get the maximum fun even when you are traveling only to a few places. Given below is a travel guide you can follow to have the utmost fun exploring the city in a different way.
French Film Themed Walk
Some of the Paris guided tours include film themed walking tours. By seeking one of them, you can have a stroll along the places featured in The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, Ratatouille, Before Sunset, and many more. Apart from this, special themed tours like Coco Chanel, Amélie, and Gossip Girl are available too.
A Treat of Impressionism
Visit the Musée d’Orsay to get impressed by Impressionism and Post-Impressionism art. Do not miss Vincent Van Gogh’s “Self-Portrait”, Claude Monet’s “Olympia”, “Déjeuner sur l’herbe”, and “Rouen Cathedrals”, and Edgar Degas’ “Dance Sculptures”. Yet another highlight is the architectural backdrop of Belle Epoque railway station.
Watch a Game at Stade De France
Stade de France is one of the most iconic stadiums in the world. Located in Saint-Denis, this is an excellent place for all the sports lovers, and you can easily get tickets for watching football and rugby match here even in the last minutes. Die-hard fans can go to the north stand to get a great experience.
Ride around in a Retro Bike
Imagine riding a retro bike around Paris like the one you may have seen in movies. Sounds cool, right? So why not hire a retro motorbike from one of the tour providers and start exploring the City of Lights? You can have an audio guide attached to your vintage bike and decked out in Chevignon jackets to steer you through the key spots in the French capital.
See the World of Picasso
Get to Hôtel Salé, the converted noble mansion that is home to the largest collections of Pablo Picasso’s artworks. You can see many amazing styles and invention here from the blue period, cubism, classicism, and surrealism, to the painter’s ambitious model series, etc. You can pre-book tickets to the place to avoid long queues too.