It’s always been a dream of mine to visit Paris in the fall, I mean what could be more picturesque? Paris has always held a special place in my heart and I’m so grateful that I’ve been able to visit three times this year.
This time I went with my friend Hannah, we wanted a girly weekend away in Paris to relax, enjoy Autumn and embrace the Parisian air. I wanted to do the things I hadn’t been able to do previously when visiting Paris. We stayed in the Maxim Opera hotel which is located very centrally. The staff were incredibly kind and even upgraded us for free upon arrival. The hotel was absolutely perfect as it was close to the Eurostar, central enough that everything was about ten to fifteen minutes away in an Uber. We found the hotel on lastminute.com it was a risk as we didn’t know what hotel we’d end up with but the Universe had our backs as it was perfect!
On our first day, it was a bit cloudy so we went to the Louvre and also went inside for the first time. It was absolutely massive we didn’t even cover half of it as there was so much to see over three levels. We even got up close and personal with the real Mona Lisa which was magical. There were also great restaurants located right next to our hotel so in the evenings we ate around there which was a great Parisian experience.
On our second day we went hard and tried to visit as much as possible, we visited the Eiffel Tower, the original love lock bridge and put our padlocks on for our loves and then had a rested afternoon as we were off out that evening to the one and only Moulin Rouge. It’s always been a dream of mine to visit the Moulin Rouge so I was really excited. I certainly wasn’t let down it was an incredible show and apart from the clowns – I’m not scared there were just way too many in the show! It was a great evening and so worth going for the experience.
On our last day, we visited Twinkie’s cafe for breakfast which was super delicious! Then we visited the Musee d’Orsay, again I’d never been before so it was great to go and soak up art as well as history on this trip. There really is so much to do in Paris and each time I visit I find myself falling even more in love with this gorgeous city. It has been on my travel bucket list for so long so I’m really pleased that I’ve been able to go three times this year – and I’m still not sick of it yet!
I hope this blog post has helped you get some inspiration on where you can visit if you are heading to Paris. Let me know in the comments below your favourite spots to visit. I hope you all have a fantastic week whatever you are up to and remember you can now get your tickets to my first ever Spiritual Queen Summit workshop which will be happening in February. Lots of Love xx