Back with more Parisian style Places We’d Rather Be. This time we’re starting out in Montmartre and a trip to Sacre-Coeur.
Where if you climb the 300 or so stairs to the top of the dome, you get a pretty amazing view of the city.
You’ll work up an appetite, making it the perfect time to stop at one of Paris’ finest restaurants, Michelin starred La Table d’Eugene. They offer a 3-course lunch that is as visually appealing as it is delicious.
Our next stop is the Jardin du Luxembourg.
Designed in 1612 by Marie de’Medici to accompany her newly built Luxembourg Palace, the gardens bear a similarity to the great gardens of the Loire Valley.
Of course, you can’t forget some of the prime sights of Paris,
Like the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
And since you’re in the area, might as well pop over to the Triangle d’Or for the finest shopping the world has to offer,
And a fantastic meal in the geranium laden courtyard of La Cour Jardin at Hotel Plaza Athenee.
Finally, no trip to Paris is complete without a stop at the Palais Garnier.
Originally built for the Paris Opera, the Palais Garnier is now the home of the Paris Ballet.
There are few things quite as unbelievable as watching the Paris Ballet perform under the ceiling painted by Marc Chagall.
Tres, tres chic indeed.