Things to do between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre

The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre are one of the main sites you must visit in Paris. They are quite close to each other so they neighbor other great places to see and check out as well. This article will give a list of the many options of various activities to do and places to visit if you are want to experience the city between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Read on to find out an array of activities you can do when going from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre.

Exhibitions to visit!

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The Musée d’Orsay and the Musée Quai Branly are two commendable museums between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. They make at the top of the list of the best museums to see in Paris.  The museums not only have priceless pieces of history, they also have activities and workshop packages for tourists. Moreover, they are great to visit with children as well. For more information about the museums, check out this article.

Great shopping avenues!

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In-between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre are many great shops and stores where you get the chance to spend some money.  Rue de Georges V, Rue de Rivoli and Avenue des Champs Elysees are just a few of the streets that have many of these stores. The stores sell a wide range of items from perfumes, to watches, jewellery, clothes, even toys for children and tech gadgets as well. It therefore becomes easy to get your loved ones a lovely souvenir from city. These stores include Tiffany’s, Disney, GAP and United Colors of Benetton just to name a few. Keep in mind, this is a great area to do some shopping, no matter the season.

Places to visit!

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Rue de la Paix and the square at Place de Vendôme are some of the top areas you should see when going between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. They have great highlights of history that are still very impressionable till day. In particular, the Vendôme Square is where the Ministre du Justice is established. This is a must see as the square mainly harbours the most expensive jewelry stores in Paris such as Burma. Moreover, you can spot the Ritz Hotel on the square which was a second home to famous French designer Coco Chanel. On the other hand, the Quai d’Orsay is a great spot to have a simple short picnic. You can spend time by the banks with your family and friends as you observe the boats on the Seine. Also on the banks of the Seine is the Grand Palais which are great to visit with children. The museums hold tons of activities for tourists.

Food to eat!

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Going from one place to the next can be quite tiring and every now and then you feel your tummy grumble. So keep calm and trust in Paris! There are great spots to try out on your way between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre that will definitely fill your belly for the day. For some great coffee and treats, Angelina on 226 Rue de Rivoli is a great choice. The Café Mollien is also recommended, and is located on 6 Quai Francois Mitterrand. The Louise Café at 8 Rue Croix des Petits Champs, is a great family run café near the Louvre too. Nevertheless, there are endless dinners, restaurants and fast food points available for your picking.

Row, row, row your boat!

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How about a great cruise over the river in a highly tourist-like fashion? The famous tower and museum are neighbors over the river Seine. The Eiffel Tower settles on the left bank of the Seine while the Louvre settles on the right. This gives you the great opportunity to experience Paris on a “bateau-mouche“! The boats are a great way to see some of the cool things on the banks such as the Quai d’Orsay. You could take this fun trip as you go from one side of the Seine to the other. This could be of the most memorable activities to take part in-between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre. Furthermore, they have great packages for families.

Voilà! Here are some of the things to do between the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre! Shop, eat, see and learn at various points in your journey. You will get the chance to know a little more about the grand city. So come, explore and discover Paris!

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