Kelsey In London
About this trip
Recommended date range: 1st March - 30th September
Please be aware of signage within the Hotel outlining the COVID 19 Health and Safety procedures in place- hands sanitisers - Contact less payment encouraged - rooms and key card disinfected - reduced seating capacity in restaurant and bar- social distanci
93 Rue de Rivoli, Paris
Le Café Marly, the Louvre - probably the most expensive Caffe latte you’ll ever drink during your time on this planet, however, I would argue that it’s worth it for the view of the Louvre.
17 Boulevard Poissonnière, Paris
River Seine - anywhere along the river Seine that has a view of the Iron Lady, and no, I’m not referring to Margaret Thatcher. I snapped the above photo whilst strolling down the Seine at sunset.
Pont Alexandre III, Paris
Pont Alexandre III - This 19th century Art Nouveau style bridge on the river Seine is the perfect spot for an impromptu photo shoot worthy of the pages of Vogue.
2 Avenue de Camoens, Paris
Avenue de Camoëns - better in the Autumn when the trees turn a vivid auburn colour. It was once a secret smoking spot for local teenagers.
225 Rue de l’Université, Paris
Explore Arc de Triomphe, the iconic French spot
La Maison Rose, Paris
La Maison Rose - a charming little restaurant in Montmartre. This location is straight out of a fairytale.
Rue du Maréchal Harispe, Paris
This Italian restaurant gets an honourary mention. Not only for its drool-inducing sourdough pizza but for that stunning staircase that looks even more picturesque in Autumn with the vibrant trees peeping through the windows.
Eiffel Tower, Paris
You’ve seen this pose a million times before on your Instagram newsfeed. It’s almost a tourist right of passage when visiting Paris. But let me just tell you something real quick: perching on these steps is equally terrifying as it is slippery.