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72 hours in Paris!

72 hours in Paris!

Our new Ultra Protect deodorant from our Skin Science range gives you up to 72 hours of protection. So to celebrate this, we have been daydreaming about what we could do with 72 hours in Paris!

72 hours to go:

Our base for this fantasy 72 hours in Paris is the Hotel Citadines Saint-Germain-des-Pres chosen due to its central location and its Tres Bonnes reviews. Start the day with a croissant and coffee in one of the many local cafes and then head over to the Notre Dame Cathedral to be in awe of its magnificent architecture. Whilst in the area, all bookworms should check out the original Shakespeare and Company bookshop.

Keep above ground and take a stroll over to the Musee du Louvre via the famous Pont des Arts or as it is better known the “love lock’s bridge”. Have a leisurely lunch in a local restaurant (perhaps even a cheeky glass of red!) and then immerse yourself in the vast amount of art and sculpture that the Louvre has to offer, making sure you pay Mona Lisa a visit! 

Take an early evening stroll through the beautiful garden behind the Louvre and walk down the famous Champs-Elysees to get a picture of the Arc de Triomphe before jumping on the metro back to the Latin Quarter to have dinner at “Le Pré Verre”, a restaurant that even has the Parisians lining up to get in!

48 hours to go:

Take a picnic breakfast to Le Jardin du Luxembourg and enjoy the beautiful surroundings before jumping on the metro to the Musee d’Orsay to enjoy what Paris does best... art! After a bite to eat, make sure you walk over to the Musee de l’Orangerie to experience Monet in huge breathtaking scale.

Hop on a metro, head to Palais Garnier and take a tour around the Opera National to book a show! Stay in the area for a post show dinner at “Galeries Lafayette Gourmet”, recommended highly on trip advisor.

24 hours to go:

After breakfast, head over to the Eiffel Tower (yeay! Finally) and sign up for the Fat Tire Bike Tour starting at 11am. Your guide will take you on an unforgettable tour of the city capturing new and familiar sites with a light-hearted and sometimes hilarious run down of France’s history.

After your bike tour (which includes a lunch stop), it is time to climb up the 2,731 steps of the Eiffel tower. Try and time your climb so that you can watch the sunset at the top. After working up a hunger climbing back down, venture a few streets away to “La Fontaine de Mars” for a dinner that will be the perfect end to your 72 hours in Paris!

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20th March 2015


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