Paris 5 Days Itinerary (+ map)

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Paris, the city of lights and love, is one of the most visited cities in the world. With its rich history, breathtaking architecture and world-renowned culture, it is almost everyone’s dream. In this itinerary for 5 days in Paris, we bring you the most beautiful sights and attractions to see in Paris.

We’ve designed the itinerary to cover all the popular sights in Paris, the renowned museums, the beautiful parks and the popular neighborhoods that are some of the best in Paris. The itinerary also includes more tips on what to see in the area so you can plan your trip to Paris to suit you.

Table of content
  1. How to enjoy Paris in 5 days?
  2. Paris 5 Days Itinerary – route map
  13. Where to stay in Paris
  14. How to get around Paris
  15. Best booking resources for visiting Paris
  16. More information about France

How to enjoy Paris in 5 days?

Go on foot

The centre of Paris is largely walkable. This way you can better absorb the atmosphere of the city, which is unmistakable in Paris.

Some places of interest are outside the centre or the city itself – Montmartre or the Palace of Versailles – so you can’t avoid using public transport.

Public transport in Paris is reliable and affordable. It’s easy to get from the airport to the city centre, from the city to Versailles and to almost every corner of Paris.

☞ Learn more about how it works of transport in Paris (link opens in a new window).

Stay near the centre

Find accommodation with good accessibility and preferably near the metro/RER so you don’t spend too much time on the road.

Here are some of our tips for clean and pleasant accommodation with great access to the centre:

Hotels in Paris 😴

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Ibis Paris Tour Eiffel

Popular hotel near the centre and metro

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hotelF1 Paris Porte de Châtillon

Cheap but comfortable accommodation in Paris

Book your tickets

Book your tickets for the most popular places in advance. Just show your mobile phone with your ticket and skip the queue.

In some places, booking is compulsory or some times are sold out in advance – for example, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre or the Orsay and Orangerie museums. For each place in the article, you will find information on whether advance booking is required.

Paris 5 days itinerary

Paris 5 Days Itinerary – route map

On the map you will find the marked route where to go in Paris in 5 days. The route can be largely walked, so as well as visiting the sights and attractions, you will also experience the true local atmosphere.

We start at the Eiffel Tower, which no Paris itinerary would be complete without. Gradually we visit more monuments, museums and attractions, beautiful and completely different neighbourhoods and vast gardens.

HOW TO USE THIS MAP: Above you will find a detailed map of Paris 5 days itinerary. Click at the top left of the map to see separate layers with highlighted locations. You can hide and show the different layers or click on the icons on the map to see the names of the places I mention in the itinerary for five days in Paris, France. If you want to save the map, star it. For a larger version, click on the icon in the upper right corner.



  • Trocadéro and Eiffel Tower
  • Rue Cler and the Invalides area
  • Alexandre III Bridge and Concorde Square
  • Champs-Élysées and Arc de Triomphe

Morning: Trocadéro and Eiffel Tower


Our adventure begins first thing in the morning at the historic Trocadéro Square, named in honor of the Battle of Trocadéro in 1823, when the French army captured the Spanish fortress.

Thanks to its elevated position and open space, the square offers a perfect view of the Eiffel Tower, especially at sunrise and sunset. This is where they take those iconic photos of the Eiffel Tower. On our first visit here, we even witnessed a proposal.

trocadéro paris in 5 days / paris 5 days itinerary

Get here early to avoid the crowds and enjoy the quiet atmosphere. Sit on the steps and enjoy a French breakfast from a local bakery – croissant and strong coffee…with a view of the rising sun right behind the Eiffel Tower.

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Trocadéro Square is at its busiest at sunset.

Below the square are beautiful gardens, with fountains, statues and landscaped green areas. Head through the gardens to the Eiffel Tower, just a few minutes’ walk across the River Seine.

Eiffel Tower – Paris 5 Days Itinerary

The Eiffel Tower is not just a monument – it is a landmark of Paris that you must see with your own eyes to fully understand its majesty and significance.

The tower was built for the 1889 World’s Fair, which was held on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution.

eiffel tower paris in 5 days / paris 5 days itinerary

Designed by engineer Gustave Eiffel, it became a symbol of innovation and technical progress at the time with its 324 metres of height. Yet, at first, it was received with bitterness by locals and stirred controversy.

Behind the Eiffel Tower is the Champ de Mars Park, a popular photo spot and a place for picnics and relaxation not only for tourists.

Practical information for visiting the Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower offers several levels that you can visit:

  • First floor: Here you will find exhibitions on the history of the tower and a restaurant with a view.
  • Second floor: This floor is famous for its restaurants and breathtaking views of Paris.
  • Top (Third Floor): The highest level provides panoramic views of the city and is accessible by elevator. You will also find Gustave Eiffel’s office at the top.

You can buy tickets to 2nd floor or up to the top to 3rd floors (1st floor is included in both tickets). The entrance fee also varies depending on whether you choose to take the elevator or walk to the 2nd floor (there is only an elevator from the 2nd to the 3rd floor).

The best time to visit the tower is early in the morning if you don’t want to wait in long lines to enter and at the elevator.

Book your place in advance to avoid sold-out tickets. Then just look up the entrance for those who have a reservation, show your ticket on your mobile phone and go through a short security check.

If the tickets at the link above are sold out, check here to see if tickets are available for your date.

montmartre paris 5 days itinerary

Morning: Walk to Bir-Hakeim Bridge or Passerelle Debilly

Want to take beautiful photos of the Eiffel Tower? Head along the Seine to the Bir-Hakeim Bridge, which offers a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower over the Seine (see photo below).

An alternative is the Passerelle Debilly, a pedestrian bridge with a romantic view located closer to the centre (on the other hand, it’s more crowded).

Bir-Hakeim bridge eiffel tower paris in 5 days itinerary

Noon: Rue Cler and the Invalides area

After visiting the Eiffel Tower, take a stroll along Rue Cler, one of the most picturesque streets in Paris. This street is full of cafes, small shops and fresh produce stalls. It’s a great place for lunch where you can enjoy typical French cuisine.

Rue Cler is the heart of Gros-Caillou, a charming neighbourhood in the 7th arrondissement. Paris district, located between the Eiffel Tower and the Invalides. Here, you’ll find perfect tranquillity if you want to take a break from the crowds at the Eiffel Tower.

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You can stroll through a quiet, residential area that leads you to the Invalides, a former hospital and now a home for war veterans. It is a magnificent building with a golden tower that houses an interesting museum on the history of war and the tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte.

paris in 5 days itinerary / where to go in paris les invalides

Afternoon: Alexandre III Bridge and Concorde Square

Ask a local what the most beautiful bridge in Paris is and most will tell you the Alexandre III Bridge. The bridge is richly decorated with gold and sculptural details. It connects Invalides with Grand Palais and Petit Palais.

From the bridge, we head to Concorde Square, famous for its monumental fountain and obelisk.

Continue along the famous Champs-Élysées, surrounded by an avenue of trees, where you can shop in luxury boutiques or enjoy a bite to eat in one of the many cafés.

paris in 5 days itinerary / where to go in paris champs elysees

Arc de Triomphe – Paris 5 Days Itinerary

The Champs-Élysées ends at the Arc de Triomphe, a majestic gateway that symbolises victory and strength. This place is definitely not to be missed in your itinerary of where to go in Paris.

arc de triomphe paris in 5 days itinerary / things to do in paris

If you want to enjoy a panoramic view of the city, don’t miss the climb to the Arc de Triomphe. Although it is not the tallest building in Paris, the views from here are some of the best – the Arc de Triomphe is located on Place Charles de Gaulle, from where twelve wide, radially arranged avenues stretch out.

This view is best seen from the top and provides a unique perspective of the city’s structural layout.

Book a view from the Arc de Triomphe and skip the line on the spot.

view at arc de triomphe paris

Evening: Cruise on the Seine

We will end the day with a romantic cruise on the Seine. From the deck of the boat you will see illuminated sights including the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame and the Musée d’Orsay. The cruise offers a unique view of the city and is the perfect way to end the first day of our 5 day itinerary of where to go in Paris.

sunset paris cruise



  • Louvre and Tuileries Gardens
  • Notre-Dame Cathedral
  • Latin Quarter

Morning: Visit the Louvre and Rest in the Tuileries Gardens


Our second day in Paris begins with an early visit to the famous Louvre, with the iconic glass pyramid in its courtyard. I recommend arriving as early as possible to avoid the crowds and to enjoy the world-class artworks in peace, including the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Melo and many other treasures.

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The Louvre is not just a museum, but an architectural gem with a rich history. Walking through its corridors is like a journey through time, taking you to different eras and cultures. It’s beautiful and I recommend not to miss the Louvre, even if you’re not interested in art.

Book your entrance to the Louvre in advance to avoid selling out on the spot.

louvre paris
Practical information for visiting the Louvre

The museum is divided into 3 wings, which are thematically focused. You don’t have a chance to see everything in one visit – it’s a good idea to set out which places you want to visit before you visit.

You can pick up a map at the information desk at the beginning to help you find your way around the museum (you’ll need it, it’s huge). The Denon wing is the most crowded, where you can see the Mona Lisa painting (this is where the most people are).

louvre paris in 5 days itinerary / things to do in Paris

The entrance to the museum is directly through a glass pyramid, where there are signposts. You will then go through a quick security check and enter the main hall. The museum has refreshments, toilets and lockers to store your belongings.

More information: A detailed guide to the Louvre Museum in Paris.

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Tuileries Gardens

After your visit to the Louvre, head past the Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel and relax in the Tuileries Gardens, located right next to the museum. There are ponds lined with benches, or. you can relax right on the grass between the flower beds.

tuileries gardens louvre paris

Afternoon: Notre-Dame

After noon, we head to the majestic Notre-Dame Cathedral – from the Louvre Museum, we follow the Seine River and after a few minutes we cross the Pont Neuf stone bridge to the Île de la Cité.

The Île de la Cité is a unique place in Paris because it is the historic centre of Paris. In addition, there are several important monuments.

One of them is Sainte Chapelle, a royal chapel dating from the 13th century, which is known especially for its stunning stained glass windows. They cover more than 600 m² and depict biblical stories from the creation of the world to the resurrection of Christ.

sainte chapelle paris

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Just a few minutes from Sainte Chapelle, Notre-Dame, the Gothic cathedral and one of the landmarks of Paris, rises majestically.

The cathedral partially burned down a few years ago and is now undergoing extensive reconstruction. It is expected to open at the end of 2024.

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Afternoon and evening: Latin Quarter

We then head to the Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin), one of our favourite neighbourhoods in Paris. A place with a vibrant atmosphere, historical monuments and cobbled streets.

You can walk along the river, which is bordered by a small park, where it is especially lively at the weekend. Locals dance, picnic and enjoy the view of the river.

Grand Mosque of Paris and Rue Mouffetard

Our first stop will be the Grande Mosque de Paris, a perfect example of Islamic architecture, which offers a peaceful garden where you can relax. Admission is only 3 €.

the great mosque of paris

It is next to the Jardin des Plantes botanical garden, which is free to explore.

Rue Mouffetard and the surrounding area are a great place to eat in the Latin Quarter.

Jardin des Plantes Paris


We continue to the Pantheon, where important French figures such as Voltaire, Rousseau and Marie Curie are buried. The building itself is unmissable thanks to its neoclassical design. You can climb to the top for beautiful views of the city.

pantheon paris

Luxembourg Gardens

At the end of the day, we will walk through the Luxembourg Gardens (Jardin du Luxembourg), which surround the Luxembourg Palace, the seat of the French Senate. The locals relax, play cards or chess, and the children launch their boats on the lake.

lucembourg gardens paris



  • Montmartre and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica
  • Orsay Museum, Orangerie Museum or Centre Pompidou
  • Food in the Saint-Germain district
  • La Défense Modern Quarter

Morning: Walk around Montmartre

On our third day in Paris, we start in the Montmartre district, known for its bohemian spirit and artistic history. Head to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, a magnificent structure high on a hill that looks like it’s made of sugar. In addition, there is a magnificent view of the city.

Sacré-Cœur Basilica Paris montmartre

The walk to the basilica takes you through picturesque streets full of cafés, galleries and art stalls. Visit Place du Tertre, where local artists exhibit and sell their work, and soak up the atmosphere of this unique neighbourhood.

We continue to the Moulin Rouge, the famous cabaret that is synonymous with Parisian nightlife.

In the map at the beginning of this article I have marked other places and hidden alleys that are worth seeing in Montmartre.

montmartre paris
Practical information for visiting Montmartre

The district is beautiful, which is why it is already filled with tourists in the morning. But the streets here are narrow and you are literally pushing your way through the crowd. For this reason, I recommend arriving first thing in the morning to avoid the biggest crowds.

Plus, the basilica is open from early morning so you can get in without the long queue that winds around the basilica later.

The district is not large and you can easily walk through it in 2-3 hours.

montmartre paris / things to do in Paris

Afternoon: Orsay Museum, Orangerie or Centre Pompidou

After exploring Montmartre, hop on the metro and get off at one of Paris’ famous museums. There are never enough art museums in Paris. Plus, one is better than the other.

Orsay Museum

Opposite the Louvre, on the other side of the Seine, is the former railway station, home to the Orsay Museum. If I had to choose only one art museum (other than the Louvre), it would be the Orsay.

orsay museum paris

It is here that you will find one of the most important collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art in the world, set in impressive spaces. If you are particularly interested in masterpieces by Monet or Van Gogh, take the elevator up to 5th floor. The iconic clock overlooking the city is also located here.

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Practical information for visiting the Orsay Museum

It is definitely better to book tickets to the Orsay Museum in advance – you book a specific time, but you can also arrive a little earlier. Just show your tickets on your mobile phone and you’ll go through a quick security check inside. The museum has refreshments, toilets and lockers.

orsay museum paris

Orangerie Museum

No Monet lover can miss the Orangerie Museum, located on the corner of the Tuileries Gardens. The museum is smaller and more intimate than the Orsay, but houses a monumental painting of Monet’s water lilies.

In high season it is necessary to book in advance – especially if you plan to see the permanent collection headed by Monet. You can rarely get tickets for the same day and the morning and afternoon dates are sold out up to a week in advance.

Read more: Get inspired with tips on the best places to visit in Paris (including entrance fees and map).

Centre Pompidou

Another great choice is the Centre Pompidou, a modern art centre known for its pioneering architecture with external escalators and colourful tubes. It offers a wide range of modern and contemporary art and great views of Paris from the top floor.

As with other museums, the it’s best to book tickets in advance.

le centre pompidou paris

Afternoon: Eating in the Saint-Germain district

After visiting the museums, enjoy lunch in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district, known for its cafés, restaurants and historic atmosphere.

Visit Café de Flore or Les Deux Magots, two of the most famous cafés where intellectuals and artists such as Sartre, Beauvoir and Hemingway gathered. Wander the narrow streets and discover boutiques, bookstores and art galleries.

paris saint germain

Evening: the modern La Défense district

Move to La Défense, a modern neighbourhood full of skyscrapers and modern architecture. It is in the evening, with the setting sun leaning on the glass architecture, that the neighbourhood has the best atmosphere.

la défense paris

Stroll along the Esplanade de La Défense and sit on the steps below the Grande Arche, a monumental arch that is a modern interpretation of the Arc de Triomphe.

The whole district is a great contrast to the historic centre of Paris. There are green areas, a wide pedestrian zone and a huge shopping centre.

la défense paris
la défense paris

Tip: La Défense is also a great place to stay as the hotels here offer great value for money. Moreover, it is located at the terminus of metro line 1, which can be reached in a few minutes from the centre of the Arc de Triomphe.

I have a good experience with the hotel CizitenM – modern, smaller rooms with a great view, excellent breakfast and very helpful staff.

View of La Défense from the CitizenM Hotel



  • Versailles
  • Le Marais
  • Opéra Garnier and Lafayette Haussmann Gallery

Morning: Trip to Versailles

Start your fourth day with an early journey to Versailles, one of the largest and most luxurious palace complexes in the world. From the outside, the Palace of Versailles literally shines with its golden details. Once inside, you will be literally amazed at how lavish and ornate the palace is inside.

versailles things to do in paris
Versailles Mirror Room

The most famous room is the Hall of Mirrors (Galerie des Glaces), but there is much more to see. Please allow at least an hour to explore the interiors.

After your tour of the chateau, take a stroll through the beautiful gardens designed by André Le Nôtre. The gardens are full of fountains, statues and geometrically arranged flower beds. You can also rent a boat and take a ride on the Grand Canal. Bikes are also available for hire in the park, which is situated below the gardens.

versailles things to do in paris

If you have the time and inclination, visit the smaller palaces of the Little and Grand Trianon and the village of Hameau de la Reine, where Marie Antoinette escaped from formal court life.

Secure your entry to the Chateau de Versailles by booking your tickets in advance – Tickets often sell out in advance and you can’t get in without booking in advance.

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Practical information for visiting the Palace of Versailles

I recommend going to Versailles as early as possible to avoid the biggest crowds. The gardens open at 8:00 am (the park an hour earlier) and the palace at 9:00 am. For a quieter atmosphere, the best time to visit is right at 9:00 am – be sure to book your tickets in advance, so you don’t risk selling out on the spot.

In high season, the queue starts to form half an hour in advance. Once inside, you’ll go through a quick security check. Don’t bring large backpacks or luggage – there are no lockers for storage.

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It depends on what you want to see, but allow at least 3 hours for a normal tour of the gardens and palace. But you can easily spend the whole day here.

More information: Here you can find our detailed guide to visiting Versailles.

versailles things to do in paris

Afternoon: Return to Paris

If you’re not planning to spend the whole day in Versailles, here are a few ways to spend the rest of the day at a relaxed pace.

Option 1: Walk around Le Marais

Le Marais is known for its rich history, lively atmosphere and many small boutiques, cafés and museums. Get off at the metro stop at the opulent Hôtel de Ville de Paris and go for a delicious falafel at L’As du Fallafel (see the map at the beginning of this article for the exact location).

If you walk a few more minutes, you’ll reach Place des Vosges, the oldest square in Paris, surrounded by arcaded buildings with a park in the middle.

place des vosges paris

Option 2: Visit the Opera Garnier and shop at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann

The second option is a tour of the Opéra Garnier, one of the most beautiful opera houses in the world. And it’s even more beautiful inside!

Or go shopping at Galeries Lafayette Haussmann, a famous department store with luxury brands and views from the roof terrace.

opera garnier paris



Even though we have 5 days for Paris, it is very difficult to cover everything. For this reason, we’ll leave your last day in Paris more open and show you three itineraries on how you can spend the day.

Option 1: Day at Disneyland

Start your day early and take a trip to Disneyland Paris, located approximately 32 km east of the city. From the centre of Paris, it is easily accessible by the RER A train, which takes you directly to the gates of the park.

Tip: Reservations for Disneyland Paris are required. I recommend booking at least a day in advance – if you book tickets on the day of your visit, they are significantly more expensive.

Disneyland Paris is divided into two parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park. I recommend buying a ticket for only one of the parks, because each park is huge and it is very difficult to visit both parks in one day.

disneyland paris

At Disneyland Park, you’ll be transported to a fairytale land, with the iconic Sleeping Beauty Castle and characters like Mickey, Minnie and Donald Duck. You’ll also enjoy rides including Pirates of the Caribbean and Big Thunder Mountain.

At Walt Disney Studios Park, you can visit movie studios, experience live-action shows or try out thrill rides like Ratatouille: The Adventure or The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror.

If you don’t know which park to choose, I recommend Disneyland Park.

More information: Here you can find our detailed guide to Disneyland Paris.

disneyland paris

Option 2: Fondation Louis Vuitton and Eiffel Tower in the evening

Morning: Visit to Fondation Louis Vuitton

Start your day with a visit Fondation Louis Vuitton, a modern art museum designed by famed architect Frank Gehry. The museum is located in the Bois de Boulogne, one of the largest urban parks in Paris.

Fondation Louis Vuitton

The building itself is a work of art and offers spectacular views of the surrounding park. The museum is a bit out of reach – the easiest way to get here is from Place Charles de Gaulle by the Arc de Triomphe. There is a minibus that stops every 20 minutes during the day and takes you to the museum in a few minutes. If you buy a ticket to the museum in advance, the bus is included.

Fondation Louis Vuitton

Travelling with children? In Bois de Boulogne you can also visit the Jardin d’Acclimatation, a small amusement park with attractions.

The Bois de Boulogne offers quiet spots for picnics, boat rides or simply relaxing in nature after a few days in the busy centre.

Hotels in Paris 😴

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Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel

4* hotel overlooking the Eiffel Tower

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citizenM hotel – great value for money

Modern accommodation with a view

Evening: Eiffel Tower

End your day with a visit to the Eiffel Tower, which is beautifully lit up in the evening. In addition, every hour after dark, the tower lights up with flashing lights.

eiffel tower at night

Option 3: Chateau Vincennes and Bois de Vincennes

Morning and afternoon: Chateau Vincennes and Bois de Vincennes

Head to Chateau Vincennes, located on the eastern outskirts of Paris. This medieval castle is one of the best preserved fortresses in Europe.

Explore the great tower (donjon), the chapel and the royal apartments. The castle has a rich history dating back to the 14th century, and offers a perfect view of medieval architecture and life.

chateau vincennes paris

After your tour of the chateau, take a stroll in the adjacent Bois de Vincennes, the largest public park in Paris. You can bring a picnic and enjoy lunch on the lawn or visit one of the local cafes.

The castle is adjoined by beautiful gardens with free-roaming peacocks (on the left side of the entrance to the castle). On the western edge of the park you can visit the zoo.

Tip: Want to make travelling to Paris easier? You can book your tickets here for the most popular sights and attractions in Paris in one place, including the Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, Versailles and a cruise on the Seine. Then just show your tickets on your mobile phone at the venue.

Practical information for visiting the Chateau Vincennes

Château de Vincennes is located at the terminus of the yellow metro line 1 (Château de Vincennes). Here you can find the latest information on opening times and admission fees for Château de Vincennes. You can see the surroundings of the castle for free, but you only have to pay to enter the interiors.

chateau vincennes paris

Evening: View of the Eiffel Tower from Montparnasse

End your day in the Montparnasse district, dominated by the Tour Montparnasse, the tallest skyscraper in Paris at 210 metres.

The view from the Eiffel Tower is a classic, but from the Tour Montparnasse skyscraper you’ll have a fantastic view of Paris, including the Eiffel Tower. Especially in the evening, it’s beautiful!

Book your view from Tour Montparnasse.

montparnasse paris view of the eiffel tower

The elevator takes you to the observation deck. There are chairs to sit on and a map with places marked where you can see from the viewpoint. The whole viewpoint is secured with glass – there are holes in the glass for taking pictures. Tour Montparnasse is open until late in the evening.

Where to stay in Paris

Hotels in Paris 😴

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Ibis Paris Tour Eiffel

Popular hotel near the centre and metro

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hotelF1 Paris Porte de Châtillon

Cheap but comfortable accommodation in Paris

How to get around Paris

Transport in Paris is convenient, efficient and affordable. Its backbone is the metro, which is the most used and fastest way to get around Paris. The system has 16 lines and more than 300 stations.

Another popular mode of transport is the RER, a network of suburban trains that connects Paris to the surrounding areas and is ideal for longer distances or trips to the city’s surroundings, such as Versailles or Disneyland. But you can also use the RER in the city, and you can easily change trains at most metro stations.

The bus network covers the whole city and is suitable for shorter distances and sightseeing. On the outskirts of Paris, use the trams.

canal st. martin paris

How to pay for transport in Paris

The easiest option is the Navigo card, which you can get from a vending machine or from the tourist information desk at the airport. You can then preload your Navigo card according to how often you plan to use the transport in Paris – you can insert single t+ tickets (transfer tickets), a carnet of 10 tickets at a discounted price or day tickets for unlimited travel around Paris (the price varies depending on the number of zones you travel in).

Another option is a paper t+ ticket or Paris Visite Pass for unlimited travel for a pre-selected number of days and zones.

In addition to public transport, you can use taxis and Uber. Paris also has a well-developed bike share system (Vélib’).

☞ More information: A separate guide to transport in Paris.

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Best booking resources for visiting Paris

Via we search for all accommodation. It is the largest accommodation portal in the world and you will find everything from modern hotels, cosy guesthouses to seaside villas.

Get Your Guide is a huge booking system for buying tickets, guided tours and all sorts of activities. In one place you can read other travellers’ experiences and book tickets to the Vatican Museums, a cruise on the Danube or a desert safari in Dubai.

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This was our Paris 5-day itinerary. Do you have a question? We’ll be happy to answer it in the comments below. Have a safe journey!

More information about France

PARIS: See tips on things to do in Paris (including entrance fees, opening times and maps). Plan your itinerary for 3 days in Paris.

Louvre Museum is one of the best things to visit in Paris, even for those who don’t otherwise seek out art. In the following article you will find out everything you need to know before visiting Versailles.

Are you planning to visit Disneyland? Read our detailed guide to Disneyland.

Find out all about transport in Paris (airport, public transport, metro, bicycle) and more tips on prices, food and accommodation in the Paris guide. Read our tips on how to visit Paris on budget. The Paris Pass is a popular way to save money in Paris – find out more about the Paris Pass.

PROVENCE: Here is a detailed guide to Provence, one of the most beautiful regions in France.

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