1. Visiting the One and Only Working Vineyard in the City of Lights
2. View the sunset over Paris from the rooftop terrace of Printemps.
One of the odd things to do in Paris that many people are unaware of, much alone take advantage of, is to watch a beautiful sunset from the comfort of one of the city’s numerous rooftop bars.
There isn’t much that compares to the rooftop terrace of Printemps Department Store when it comes to getting uninterrupted, nearly 360-degree views.
3. At Rue Cler, you may get a glimpse of everyday Parisian life.
4. Take a Photograph on Rue Cremieux
Having beautiful photographs as a keepsake from your vacation to Paris is not limited to those who are Instagram enthusiasts. And there’s no better place to take such photographs than Rue Cremieux, which is a short walk away.
Rue Cremieux is a one-block-long street in the 12th arrondissement that is full of character and whimsy. It is located in the heart of Paris. The dwellings are modest in size and painted in a beautiful palette of pastel hues. In the hanging baskets under their entrance windows or on their entrance stoops, you can see flowers in bloom, depending on the time of year.
In addition to maintaining its original cobblestoned roadway layout, the entire block is pedestrian-friendly.
5. Visit The Upscale Galleries Lafayette for a luxurious experience.
The Galleries Lafayette are located in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, in the heart of the capital’s business sector.
The Galleries Lafayette is a collection of magnificent buildings connected by a number of bridges that span the Seine. Even if you have no intention of buying or making a purchase, a visit to the Galleries Lafayette is well worth it just to take in the beautiful art nouveau building and décor. Take advantage of the opportunity to walk along Glasswalk. It stands 53 feet tall and juts out a whopping 29 feet into the air.