Paris Itineraries

Paris is a very big city with many places to visit. For this reason it is important to organize the things we want to see by making an itinerary. We have created four types of itineraries, depending on the number of days of the stay, which you can copy or be inspired to organize your own Paris itinerary.

The itineraries that we propose do not have the time of transfers to the airport, that is, they are designed to carry out the tour during the full days and the time of transfers and arrival to the hotel must be added. The long distances between the points of the routes are thought to be covered by public transport, since it is one of the fastest ways to move around the city. We also recommend choosing your lodging in an area that is convenient for tourism. Paris is huge, and can be confusing at times. For this reason, you have at your disposal a neighborhood guide with the best areas to stay.

These itineraries through Paris can be used to organize from a weekend getaway to almost a week, with an excursion to the surroundings. To these itineraries you can change a visit to a monument for some activity in the city, or if you travel with children add visits to do with them.

Before organizing a trip, you should know what you can do to save money or know the things you can do for free in the destination. This can be interesting to complete an itinerary, since some visits may be free on the days of your trip and you can invest that money, for example, in going out to dinner at a restaurant.

Below you will find a brief description of each circuit through Paris that we have prepared, so that, if you like it, you can learn about it in detail by clicking on the corresponding link.

Weekend Getaway Circuit (2 Days) To Paris

This small itinerary is designed for weekend getaways to Paris. If that is the case for you, you can take inspiration from the 2-day itinerary in Paris.

The itinerary aims to visit the most important points in the city center, such as the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum. It also includes a visit to the Montmartre neighborhood to admire views of the city from the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.

Tour For 3 Days Trip To Paris

If you are traveling to Paris for a stay of 3 or 4 days in the city, you can take the 3-day Paris itinerary.

This itinerary includes an excursion to the Palace of Versailles, in addition to visiting the most important points of interest in the city such as the Eiffel Tower or the Notre-Dame Cathedral. In addition, this itinerary also includes a visit to the Musée d’Orsay and the Center Pompidou, among others.

If you want to do this itinerary more calmly, you can extend it to four, but if you want to visit more things during four days, you can be inspired by the following circuit through Paris.

Complete Itinerary For Paris 4/5 Days

This four-day itinerary is the most complete, as it visits Paris in a little more depth than the previous ones. To make it more comfortable, you can always extend this itinerary with one more day and make it five days. If you are interested in a quite complete visit to Paris, with an excursion to Versailles, you can see the itinerary of 4 days in Paris.

This route includes the visits of the previous circuits plus La Défense, the Latin Quarter and the Arc de Triomphe. A fairly complete tour which you can modify to your liking.

Tour Paris + Disneyland 6 Days Or More

This Paris itinerary is designed to spend a day visiting Disneyland Paris. To comfortably carry out the visit, it is recommended to book two accommodations; one in the surroundings of Disney to visit the park and another in the center to enjoy the city. If you are interested in visiting Disneyland Paris during your stay in the city, you can see the 6-day itinerary for Paris.

In addition to a visit to the amusement park, the itinerary includes a very complete visit to the most important things to visit in Paris. The tour, if you are not interested in spending a day in Disney, you can complete it with a visit to other amusement parks or with a visit to alternative places in the city.

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