Thursday, 24 March 2011

Stop number 1. Paris

Hotel des invalides and Dome des invalides (war museum) - This building is partially a war museum and the other is a church.

Musee de l'Armee (The War Museum) - You will see a trend here, where a city has a warm museum i will go. This is where my fascination lies.

Notre Dame, another must see when you go to Pairs.

Who has seen those TV ads for Disneyland Paris? Well i am just like those excitable children!
I cant wait to make the trip (i am aware this is not in Paris) I'm unsure as to how many days i will need here. Ideas? I'm thinking at least 2 which will mean finding somewhere to stay within walking distance, again ideas?

The Eiffel Tower - Of course i need to see the amazing Eiffel Tower (I'm not sure you can actually go to Paris and not see it).
Porte de Clignancourt (Paris flee market) - I love markets and especially love finding quirky antique reminders of places i have been (i already have a few from around the UK). This is open over the weekend and on a Monday i will have to time my travel plans around this.

Question? Does Paris have a underground city that is accessible by a tour (legally)?

Is there anything else people think i should be seeing?
(Either blog followers or readers who have found this via Busabout Facebook)

Please leave in the comments below!


  1. Ahh I'm so jealous, sounds like a great trip!

  2. so can you jump on and off this bus thingy when ever you want?? how long does your pass last? xoxoAVS

  3. hey! i found your blog through busabout, and just thought i'd answer your question about the underground city. yes, there is one and it is open for (legal) tours. it's called the catacombs, and you can find it in the 14th arrondissement. it is one of the coolest parts of paris, and a definite must see. other things you should be seeing: versaille, if you have time, as it is a really cool part of france; the lourve, it's the biggest museum ever. also, make sure you eat your body weight in crepes!