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B.A.G.T Paris Group Trip Itinerary

Recommended City Pass

The Paris Online City Pass includes either skip-the line tickets or 20% discounts for a lot of the activities mentioned in this suggested itinerary. INCLUDES:

SKIP-THE-LINE TICKETS for the Louvre & Montparnasse

☵ A CRUISE through the SEINE

☵ 1-WAY TRANSFER FROM THE AIRPORT to your hotel

☵ 3-DAY valid METRO CARD

20% DISCOUNT on Paris’ top attraction (see below)

PRICE: $71.06

What You Should Do?

Activities

DAY TRIP TO VERSAILLES

Price: $30
Rating: ★★★★☆
ℹ: 20% discount w/ city pass

Community Review

Review:
“Price includes the RER C train (~7.1 Euros) tickets and entering Versailles. While there, two of my friends rented bikes and rode around they garden–they highly recommend it.”

“We enjoyed our time there. It’s recommended to head there early in the morning as to maximize your day to fit in other activities and to beat the crowd”

LUNCH AT 58 TOUR EIFFEL

Price: 42.50€/person
Rating: ★★★★☆
ℹ: 20% discount w/ city pass
In the area: Trocadero

Community Review

Review:
“Eating lunch at the first floor of the Eiffel is a cool experience (and better than eating dinner there in our opinion). It’s a picnic style lunch with three courses and and a drink. After lunch we took the stairs for free to the 2nd floor to see the 360, panoramic view it offers. The stairs are PLENTY so be mentally and prepared for the long climb up….then down.

The Eiffel is accessible with it’s elevators and even platforms so those with wheelchairs can easily navigate it.”

“We viewed the outside of the Eiffel, had lunch on the first floor, and walked up 150 steps from the 1st floor to the second level (this if free once you’re already up for lunch). The views from the 2nd floor are amazing and so worthwhile! We bought glasses of champagne on the 2nd floor—two glasses for 20€”

“Restaurant on the first floor of the Eiffel tower. They serve lunch and dinner and while it is not necessary to book in advance, I recommend doing so to skip the line. Delicious 3 course meal with a glass of wine and coffee included”

CLIMBING NOTRE DAME

Price: 8€
Rating: ★★★★★
ℹ: 20% discount w/ city pass
In the area: St. Michel; Shakespeare Book Store

Community Review

Review:
“For 8€ you get an INCREDIBLE view of Paris. Two people in our group had lived in Paris before and never did this. It’s not as widely done as other activities but it should be.

The only thing to note is that the climb is not to be taken lightly. It is very doable and you’re climbing the building to get to the roof. The steps are steep, winding, narrow and numerous so be prepared and hold the handrails.”

MUSEE DE LOUVRE

Price: 15€ Total
Rating: ★★★★★
ℹ: Skip-the-line pass included w/ city pass
In the area: The Concierge; Jardin des Tuileries

Community Review

Review:
“If you are a museum lover, you should definitely make a stop at the Louvre…but give yourself a few hours as there is A LOT…to see.”

EIFFEL LIGHT SHOW

Price: FREE
Rating: ★★★★★

Community Review

Review:
“Did our own walking tour from St. Michel to the Eiffel tower. Took about two hours and took place at night time. We saw the Eiffel light show that happens in the evening every hour.”

SACRE-COEUR & MONTMARTE

Price: FREE
Rating: ★★★★☆
In the area: Château Rouge (“Little Africa”)

Community Review

Review:
“We had a great time exploring the Montmarte neighborhood, viewing Sacre-Coeur, browsing street art and caricature artists, and having dinner and desert in the area.”

“Great view of Paris but be prepared to walk up and down stairs. There are lifts to help you get most of the way”

“Be prepared to walk and climb stairs. It’s a beautiful way to start the day. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!”

38 RIV: JAZZ CLUB & BAR

Price: 6€
Rating: ★★★★★
In the area: Hôtel de Ville; Le Marais; Las du Fallafel

Community Review

Review:
“They are open till 1 am and they are a recommended late night spot if you’re looking to vibe to cool jazz music. Different musicians perform a set throughout. It has a very cozy and intimate atmosphere.”

LUXEMBOURG GARDENS

Price: FREE
Rating: ★★★★☆

Community Review

Review:
“Beautiful garden to walk through or simply sit and enjoy the view.”

Arc de Triomphe Rooftop

Price:$15
Rating: ★★★★☆
In the area: Champs Elysees; Laduree

Community Review

Review:
“We had a great time exploring the Montmarte neighborhood, viewing Sacre-Coeur, browsing street art and caricature artists, and having dinner and desert in the area.”

“Great view of Paris but be prepared to walk up and down stairs. There are lifts to help you get most of the way”

“Be prepared to walk and climb stairs. It’s a beautiful way to start the day. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!”

PIGALLE BASKETBALL COURT

Price: FREE
Rating: ★★★★★

Community Review

Review:
“We absolutely LOVED the Pigalle Basketball court. It’s a hidden gem of paris that is now starting to become more widely known. It is a beautiful, colorful, vibrant and functional basketball court sandwiched in between two buildings on a quiet Paris street.

Pigalle basketball is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED (for photos/photoshoots) and is a must-see.”

Seine Cruise

Price: Varies
Rating:★★★★★
ℹ: included with city pass

Community Review

Review:
“We did a hop on hop off seine cruise for my birthday and it scenic and a great way to see the city from a different perspective. My friends were amazing to coordinate this for me. Definitely a memory that I cherish.”

Where You Should Eat?

Restaurants

FRENCH CUISINE

Au Petit Suisse
Le Refuge des fondus
Chez Vous
Le Crépuscule

DRINKS

Aux Folies 8 Rue de Belleville, 75020 Paris
Le Perchoir Marais 33 rue de la verrerie,75004 Paris— great drinks for a good price with a view that could kill. The entrance is a little hard to find
Alcazar 62 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris&— great place to get dressed up and go for a drink

COFFEE SHOPS

Honor
Téléscope
Matamata Coffee
Café Tabac
KB CafeShop
Fringe

Where You Should Party?

Nightclubs & Neighborhoods

Palais Maillot—”for young people. Hip hop club on Fridays with free entry. No dress code.”
La Resevoir—”for adults 28-50. Great atmosphere. Live music. Free entry. No dress code”
O’Sullivans—”in Grand Boulevard. Music is a variety of rock, electrónica, hip hop, and R&B. Check out their FB Page
Raidd Bar— “one of the best gay bars in Paris in my opinion. Located in the vibrant, gay-friendly Marais neighborhood, you can’t go wrong here.”

Bastille Neighborhood— “has a street of tons of bars. In particular, I like Mermaids and Divers and Yellow Mad Monkey. Also cheaper drinks than other places in Paris. A young vibe”

Oberkampf Neighborhood

Le Marais Neighborhood

Restaurants & Bakeries
Le Chalet Savoyard—”hands down the best place for RACLETTE (a Swiss dish of melted cheese, typically eaten with potatoes) in Paris!” 21-40€/person

East Mamma—”Quality Italian food, good atmosphere, young people, nice neighborhood. You can walk to the colorful street of Rue Crémieux from there”

L’Afghani—Near Sacré-Cœur Basilica like 5 mins. Best food we had in our Europe trip”

Bistrot de la tour Eiffel—”has the best banana and Nutella crepes and it’s right behind the Eiffel Tower”

La reserve de Quasimodo in the Latin quarter—”amazing foie gra, charcuterie board, and carpaccio. It’s a winery as well. It’s a small quiet cozy place and the owners are very nice too!”

La Truffière— “never disappoints”

Tata Burger— “Fun, cheeky restaurant with amazing burgers and a gay theme. Located in the gay-friendly Le Marais, this place is a must for the food, vibe, people and neighborhood!”

Luangpra Restaurant Laotien Et Thailandais—21 Rue de la Roquette–“the best Thai food we had while living in Paris. Across from it is a crepe store that we really liked, it’s the one with the Hagen Daaz store I believe”

Dosanko Larmen ramen made to order–worth the wait”

Du Pain et des Idées—”For pastries…trust me on this one..just get 3 of everything and a gym membership for when you return home”

Helpful Things To Know

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