Hiii my loves!

I'm back with another post! This time it's alllll about my trip to Paris! I'll share some tips with you, where to go and what to do! So let's get started.

First of all, since I have a full-time job I can't travel all the time 24/7, but if I manage my time well enough I can do it once a month as a weekend getaway or a 7 day trip to somewhere warm. Twice a year or even more I'm able to fly on a 2 or 3-week-vacay too. Depends on how busy the following month is going to be.

I thought about it for a long time and finally decided to choose PARIS as our weekend-getaway location. I've wanted to go there for soooo long & now I finally had a chance. We flew there with a straight flight from Tallinn to Paris, to Charles de Gaulle airport with AIRBALTIC and from there took the train (approximately one hour) to the centre (fastest & cheapest, around 10€ per person). A straight flight is a MUST in this case, since my time was limited (from Friday til Monday) so this saved me a loooot of hours, which I'm so grateful for! And AirBaltic is the best really, their service, their crew (so polite!), the planes, food, everything. And my flight was only 3 hours! Can't wait to fly again with them all the time noooow! So so proud to be their newest ambassador, it's been a dream of mine for a year now! And did you know they have 12-13 straight flight locations from Tallinn? I'm probably going insane with all the cool locations now, I want to go everywhere! Check out where they fly from their home page: HERE

P.S. To all my Estonian followers just insert your starting point, Tallinn & you'll see all the DIRECT flights first! And let's not event start talking about all the other connecting flights from Riga...I mean ABU DHABI? Here I come?

I fell so in love with the city, I even started looking for apartments to rent in Paris & google'ing how to move there haha. It's now on my bucket list, so we'll see how it goes after summer. Nothing serious yet. But now, as I was saying...

First of all, the main thing you have to see is the Eiffel Tower both during the daylight and during the night time, since it lights up (as soon as it gets dark) every hour in the most beautiful sparkles you've ever seen. It's quite mesmerising to watch. If you want to go up make sure to book the tickets on their official site (15€ per person).

Secondly you have to see the Louvre Museum & the Jardin du Luxembourg, which is a beautiful park right across the museum. Make sure to take half a day off to see all of the main exhibitions in Louvre. And it's totally free for everyone under the age of 26! Right outside of the museum there is a pretty famous cafe called: Cafe Marly. If you're looking for a photo spot then this is a must.

Thirdly, the Chateau de Versailles. It's breathtaking. For real. And again, free for everyone under the age of 26! It takes about 50-60 minutes to get there by car or by the public transportation.

The Arc de Triomphe, a photo location you must see. There will be a lot of tourist so you might have to spend a little more time wandering around it, but it's worth it to walk by it or go on top of it. Again, free for under 26.

The Tuileries Garden. Located right by the Louvre. En route to the Champs-Elysees and Arc de Triomphe if you're travelling on foot. The gardens are beautiful and also have a few ice cream parlours to keep you satisfied during those long hot summer days that are slowly coming back already. 

Best cafeterias & restaurants in Paris I suggest you visit:
- Cafe Marly (next to Louvre) 
- LouLou (best truffle pizza in town) 
- L'Avenue (best mushroom pasta ever & a beautiful view to the famous "Instagrammable" Dior house) 
- Roxie (after the dinner the whole place becomes a live music club, which is an amazing experience to witness. This is definately one of the coolest places I've ever been to!)
- Victoria (everything on the menu should be amazing)
- Wild & the Moon (probably the best healthy spot & juice bar in town)
- Miss Ko (best sushi in town & not expensive at all!)

Best nightlife spots in Paris: 
- Le Marta at the Hotel Barriere (definitely my FAVOURITE place I've ever been to, them vibes...thank you Inna for taking us there! P.S. They have an open rooftop during the summer, so it's a must to have a few drinks at this place!)
- Raspoutine (it's super expensive but worth the visit for one night just to see the interior and listen to good music) 
- L'arc (it's a common place to go with mainstream music, I believe it's more for us,  the tourists than for the locals)

Best ways to move around Paris (transportation wise): 
- Metro is the best way to get around. It's easy and kinda cheap. Just buy a 10 ticket bundle for 14.90€ and enjoy! 
- Walk. A LOT. You'll see everything you need, just put on some comfy boots or sneakers and be ready to walk 20K steps a day haha.
- Use the motor (foot) scooters. You can use the Bolt app for that and just cruise around with it. It can last only for 13km per ride so beware of that. Just know that it's so much fun!
- Uber. Depends on the time, it can be quite cheap but during the rush hours kind of expensive. So just check and see the prices on the go.
- The Seine River Cruise. Drive around for 1 hour on the Seine river & see the stunning Paris from above the water. Book your tickets from HERE (starts from 15€ per person).

There are probably plenty of more things to do there but for a weekend getaway this is more than enough. If you're planning to go make sure to write me if you have any questions! I would be so so happy to answer :) & go with AirBaltic. They'll take good care of you!

Now until the next trips! Is there any place you want me to go next? LET ME KNOW!! :*

Love you to the moooooon & back!



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