Where to Stay in Paris With Your Family

Paris is a big city, in every sense. We are talking about the capital of France, at the same time also the most populated city in all of France. The number of inhabitants in fact stands on a stable figure of over 2 million people. Paris is the fifth most densely populated capital in Europe, along with other major cities like London, Berlin, and Rome.

Are you among the 37 million tourists who visit the French capital each year? Getting there is easy, thanks to many direct flights to the city airport. A little less simple, but absolutely not impossible, is choosing where to stay especially if you will be travelling with children. In that case, however, opportunities are fortunately at hand.

There is a reason why Paris has a special fascination for both the young and the old. On the one hand, you have Central European architecture that will leave you speechless even during a simple walk in the city, without counting the precious Liberty-style structures that adorn some of the most beautiful corners of the whole city. On the way, you will encounter some of the most important museums in the world including the Louvre where the Mona Lisa is still exhibited today.

On the other hand, it is not far from the Disneyland Paris amusement park, with its roller coasters and many other rides that will leave children speechless, along with the main Disney mascots. Without forgetting the possibility of shopping, for mom and dad, at the Champs Elysees shopping center whose structure was designed by Renzo Piano.

The city of Paris is divided into 20 neighborhoods, which in French are called arrondisments. One of the most famous, on the so-called “Rive Gauche” of the Seine river is the Latin quarter where the prestigious Sorbonne university is located. The well-known artists’ district is instead the Montmartre arrondisment. If you choose to visit Paris, a stop at the splendid Basilica of the Sacred Heart that dominates the heart of the neighborhood is a must.

For those who want to wake up in the morning and see the Eiffel Tower outside their window, the recommended neighborhood is Passy and La Motte. An elegant area in which there is a variegated presence of refined restaurants in which to savor French cuisine. For those who are looking for fun, our advice is to book an accommodation at Place de la Bastille, dotted with pleasant brasseries and influenced by fascinating artistic ferment.

On the right bank of the Seine is the 4th district of Paris. This is where you’ll find the cathedral of Notre Dame, recently damaged by a fire and currently being renovated. Le Marais, the name of the area, is equidistant from the 3rd and 4th arrondissment and has a series of wonderful residences, small shops, and some museums dedicated to modern art. It is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in the whole city, and often chosen by tourists on holiday for its perfectly central location.


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