Contrary to what many expect of Paris as a city for grown ups – after all, it is the city of love, of moonlit walks along the Seine, and of endless retail therapy – it is actually a wonderful place to visit with children. Even if you only have 24 hours to spend in the city, Paris guarantees a magical experience for bonding with your little ones.
Read my article with tips on what to see and do in Paris with a toddler at Hip Paris, a fantastic website for Parisian living and travel. I’d like to thank the team at Hip Paris for giving me the opportunity to collaborate; it’s been a real pleasure.
My husband and three-year-old daughter strolling around Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris, France
Until my next post … take care!
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