What to do in Paris
An Airbnb not only offers you a price that beats any hotel, it also offers views and experiences not found within the traditional stay. Wake up with potential views of the Eiffel Tower, prepare your own meals for the day, and hit the streets like a local. Staying at an Airbnb allows one to experience Paris like the Parisians.
Located an hour outside the city center by train, Disneyland Paris features architecture and rides one won't find in the states. Eat a crêpe next to the castle or take a ride on a steam punk themed Space Mountain with loops and corkscrews. Don't miss this ride along with Ratatouille, Thunder Mountain, and Crush's Coaster when visiting this park and its sister park Walt Disney Studios.
Musée du Louvre
No trip to Paris is complete without a stop at the world's most visited and biggest museum. Containing 35,000 works of art and 380,000 artifacts, the Louvre features some of the most famous art. Stop by the Mona Lisa, admire the Nike of Samothrace, take a gander at the Venus de Milo, or step back in time at Napoleon's apartments. If making a trip to the Louvre, venture beyond these must see pieces, but know you won't see everything in this giant museum.
L'As du Fallafel
One of the most underrated veggie friendly foods, L'As du Fallafel features long lines of vegetarians and carnivores alike — rain or shine. In a city filled with food that will break your bank, this stuffed pita is a breath of fresh air at only 6.50 €.
Any trip to Paris requires a stop at a café to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and people watch. Pick any café you see and spend an hour or two outside taking in the sites, sounds, and people — just like the Parisians do.