This summer I’m going to Paris with my husband. It will be my second time and his first in Paris. We don’t like art. We just aren’t fans of art. I’m in to castles and history and he’s in to music and archaeological finds. We both love churches and hiking.
Here is our current Paris itinerary
Day 1: Disneyland Paris
Day 2 and 3: Paris
All of the following are covered under the Paris Museum Pass or are free.
- Notre-Dame Tower: 10 euro; 10-18:30, Fri-Sat until 22:30
- I love exploring churches and the view from the tower.
- Archaeological Crypt: 7 euro, 10-18
- I didn’t love this, but I know my husband will.
- Deportation Memorial: Free, 10-19
- I love history, this is a memorial for the French victims from Nazi concentration camps.
- Saint-Chapelle: 8,50 euro, 9:30-18
- I love this church, the Bible in stained glass is a beautiful sight.
- Concierge: 8,50 euro, 9:30-18
- History! Marie Antoinette’s prison.
- Paris Sewer Tour: 4,40 euro, 11-17
- I really think my husband will love this, how the first sewer system works.
- National Maritime Museum: 8,50 euro, age 26 and under free, 11-18
- BOATS, HISTORICAL BOATS. Perfect for both of us.
- Army Museum and Napolean’s Tomb: 11 euro, 10-19
- History and war artifacts. As well as Napoleon’s tomb.
- Holocaust Memorial: free, closed Friday and Saturday; 10-18
- Victor Hugo’s House: free, 10-18
- Husband LOVES Les Miserables.
- Sacre-Coure: free, 6-22
- A beautiful basilica.
- Père Lachaise Cemetery Tour: free, 8:30-18
- Rick Steve’s walking tour makes me more interested in this sight.
- Arc de Triomphe: 9,50 euro, 10-23
- A beautiful view and a mini indoor hike.
- Eiffel Tower: Free
- I don’t want to see Paris without the Eiffel, so I don’t have much interest in climbing up to the top.
Day 4: Versailles
I loved Versailles, unfortunately we only went for a half day due to strikes, but I am incredibly excited to go back.
Anything you would add or take away? I would love to know your opinion!