From Canals to Castles: Your 10 Day Guide to Travel From Northeastern France to Paris

July 31, 2023 (Last Updated: August 2, 2023)

Bonjour! My husband and I just spent 10 days exploring France from the Northeastern region near the Swiss Alps to Paris with a couple of stops along the way. We got to visit charming villages along the Alsace Wine Route, explore Medieval castles and chateaus, and taste delicious Burgundy wines during our fabulous trip. In the various regions, there are German and Swiss influences on the food and culture, which my hubby and I loved. This itinerary covers Annecy, Colmar, Dijon, and Paris and was a fantastic way to explore the French Alps, Burgundy, and Paris. In this guide, I’ll share our experiences, recommendations for food, activities, and stays, highlights of each place, and how we got from Point A to Point B.

This 10-day journey from northeastern France to Paris is a symphony of cultural experiences, historical wonders, and sensory delights. From the charming villages of Alsace to the iconic beauty of Paris, each day offers a new chapter in the captivating story that is France. Pack your bags and set forth on a voyage that promises beautiful memories.

What’re you waiting for? Let’s get started!

Annecy: The Venice of the Alps

Annecy was our first stop in France. We flew into Geneva because that’s the closest airport then we took an Uber to get to Annecy.

Annecy is truly a hidden gem. It’s a beautiful lake town in the French Alps with the most beautiful turquoise clear blue lake water I’ve ever seen. The idyllic canals flowing through pastel-hued houses create a picture-perfect backdrop that looks just like a postcard. My husband and I loved enjoying the views – the swans swimming in the canals with the cobblestone streets and gorgeous mountains in the distance looked unreal.

Things to do in Annecy, France

There’s plenty to do in this small French village near the border of Switzerland. A few of the must-visit attractions in Annecy are to explore Annecy Old Town, visit Palais de l’Isle, and enjoy Lake Annecy.

In the Old Town, you’ll discover vibrant markets, charming boutiques, and cozy cafes. The magic doesn’t end there. You can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the Lake, swim in the cool water, rent a boat for a romantic ride, bike in the mountains and get lost along the cobblestone streets. You can book a private walking tour of Annecy’s Historical Center or explore on your own with a self-guided tour.

We absolutely loved Annecy for how much you can enjoy the outdoors. We rented bikes then took a bike ride around the lake. It was challenging for two people who weren’t in the best shape, but it was the most fun that we had on our trip. The full ride around the lake was close to 26 miles. Halfway around the lake, we stopped for a picnic on the shore and had cheese and charcuterie. We made another pit stop for some OJ and beer . It’s the best way to enjoy the scenery and explore other areas near Annecy like Sevrier, Duingt, Talloires, and Menthon-Saint-Bernard.

What to Eat in Annecy, France

The cuisine of Annecy combines the best of French alpine cooking with traditional Savoyard dishes, resulting in delicious flavors. (LOTS OF CHEESE – our favorite. ) So, here’s a funny story – my hubby and I kept trying to translate Savoyard and getting so confused because it didn’t translate on Google. It took us a few restaurants to realize that Savoyard is referring to the Savoy region, so Savoyard denotes dishes, ingredients, or traditions of the Savoy Region. We should’ve known lol. Now we know and you do too. 🙂

A must-try dish is the classic “Tartiflette,” a hearty Alpine specialty made with potatoes, reblochon cheese, lardons (bacon), and onions. I tried this at Plein Sud and was so over the moon because it’s so good. Another iconic treat is the “Fondue Savoyarde,” a communal pot of melted cheese served with only bread. It’s so simple and delicious. We tried fondue at Le Chalet and enjoyed every last bite. Also, don’t miss the chance to indulge in “Raclette” where a wheel of raclette cheese is heated, and the melted goodness is scraped onto potatoes, charcuterie, and more. Exploring the food of Annecy is a delicious way to immerse yourself in the local customs and traditions while savoring the unique flavors that have been passed down through generations. Yum!!

Where to Stay in Annecy, France

There are fabulous options for stays in Annecy. I’d recommend staying closer to the Old Town where you’re close to the Lake, restaurants and lots of shopping. 

We stayed at the Allobroges Park Hotel, a fabulous 3 star hotel, which was conveniently located to everything. We were so glad we chose to stay here because it had a wonderful view, a very spacious bathroom for France and modern touches like electric blackout blinds. A major perk was that the uber driver was able to drop us off right at the front of our hotel. We saw several people lugging their suitcases through the streets of Old Town to get to their hotels. 

Here are some popular areas to consider for your stay in Annecy:

Old Town (Vieille Ville): Staying in the heart of the Old Town allows you to experience the charm of Annecy up close. You’ll be surrounded by historical buildings, canals, and quaint streets, and have easy access to shops, restaurants, and attractions.

Lakefront (Bord du Lac): If you want to enjoy the stunning views of Lake Annecy, consider staying in a hotel or guesthouse along the lakefront. This area offers beautiful scenery and opportunities for lakeside walks and water activities.

Annecy-le-Vieux: Just north of the Old Town, Annecy-le-Vieux is a quieter residential area that offers a more laid-back atmosphere. It’s a good option if you prefer a peaceful setting away from the tourist crowds.

Near the Train Station (Gare d’Annecy): If you prefer convenience and easy access to transportation, consider staying near the train station. This area is well-connected to other parts of Annecy and beyond.

Colmar: A Fairytale Town in Alsace

From Annecy, we rented a car and drove through Switzerland to get to Colmar, France. The picturesque destination of Colmar, France exudes a captivating charm that will steal your heart away. It’s nestled in the heart of the Alsace region in northeastern France with a treasure trove of fairytale streets, half-timbered houses adorned with colorful shutters, and floral backdrops that will leave you mesmerized.

Things to do in Colmar, France

As you wander through the cobbled lanes of the Old Town, you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into a storybook world. But Colmar offers more than just captivating architecture and charming lanes. The town is famous for its exceptional wines, with vineyards stretching across the surrounding hills. Be sure to indulge in a wine-tasting journey, savoring the exquisite Alsatian flavors.

We loved wine tasting in Colmar. Here are a few wine tours from Colmar that I’d recommend:

For a true taste of local life, visit the bustling markets, where the air is filled with the aromas of fresh produce, cheeses, and artisanal delights. We went to the Marché Couvert Colmar for lunch and breakfast because we just loved exploring the produce, and the food stands were so tasty.

If you crave nature, take a leisurely gondola ride along the charming canals that wind through the town. It was only $6 per person.

And if you’re looking to explore beyond Colmar’s borders, the nearby villages such as Riquewihr and Eguisheim that are equally enchanting, each boasting its own unique charm and cultural heritage.

What to Eat in Colmar, France

Colmar’s cuisine is a delightful fusion of French and German influences, a reflection of its unique location in the Alsace region, which has alternated between French and German rule throughout history. The blend of culinary traditions has resulted in a diverse and delicious gastronomic experience.

One of the iconic dishes that exemplifies this cross-cultural influence is the famous “Choucroute,” a variation of the German sauerkraut dish. In Colmar, Choucroute features Alsatian sausages, pork, and potatoes served with tangy fermented cabbage, creating a harmonious marriage of French and German flavors.

Another must-try specialty is the beloved “Tarte Flambée,” which showcases both French and German elements. It’s kind of like a thin-crust pizza with less grease. Known as Flammekueche in German, this thin flatbread is topped with a blend of fromage blanc, onions, and bacon.

As you explore Colmar’s vibrant markets, you’ll also encounter an array of delicious local cheeses, artisanal bread, and fresh produce. Whether savoring traditional Alsatian dishes or indulging in German-inspired delights, Colmar’s cuisine is a delightful testament to its fascinating history and the cultural blending that defines this captivating region.

Where to Stay in Colmar, France

Colmar offers a range of wonderful accommodation options to suit various preferences and budgets. Colmar to me was like stepping into a storybook, and I wanted that experience all the way through where we stayed. We chose to stay at Hotel Le Marechal which was a wonderful 4 star luxury hotel in a great location.

Here are some popular areas to consider for your stay in Colmar:

Old Town (Vieux Colmar): Staying in the heart of the Old Town allows you to immerse yourself in the town’s charming atmosphere, with easy access to historic sites, restaurants, and shops. It’s a great choice for those who want to be close to the main attractions.

Little Venice (La Petite Venise): This area is known for its picturesque canals and half-timbered houses. Staying here provides a romantic and scenic setting, making it ideal for couples and those seeking a more tranquil ambiance.

Saint-Martin Quarter: Located just outside the Old Town, the Saint-Martin Quarter offers a quieter atmosphere while still being within walking distance to the main sights. It’s a good option for those seeking a more laid-back stay.

Dijon: Gastronomy and History

From Colmar, we took the train to Dijon, which was a short 2 hour train ride.

Mustard is not the ONLY thing that you’ll discover in Dijon. We loved exploring the city’s architecture, food, wine, and culture.

The city of Dijon boasts a rich history dating back to the Roman era. The stunning architecture showcases a mix of Gothic, Renaissance, and classical styles, with impressive landmarks like the Ducal Palace and the opulent Notre-Dame de Dijon Cathedral commanding attention. The city’s unique medieval and well-preserved facades evoke a sense of old-world charm.

Beyond the captivating buildings wine lovers and foodies will be obsessed with the delectable dishes, pinot noirs, and chardonnays in this region.

Things to do in Dijon, France

We spent three days in Dijon and loved exploring the area. We took a self-guided walking tour through the city, which explained so much of the architecture and history.

Here are a few more must-dos when you visit Dijon.

Visit the Owl’s Trail: Follow the owl-shaped trail markers to explore Dijon’s main attractions. The trail takes you on a self-guided tour of the city’s historic sites and landmarks.

Visit Iconic Landmarks: Dijon Cathedral, Palace of the Dukes of Burgundy, and more

Take a Wine Tour: As part of Burgundy, Dijon is surrounded by renowned vineyards and you can find delicious wine tastings in the city. We booked a Wine Tasting in a Cave and learned so much about the area. It was really helpful when we went to the vineyards the next day. . Join a wine tour to discover the area’s excellent wines and learn about the winemaking process.

We also went on a wine tour from Dijon to see Beaune and nearby wineries. We are huge fans of Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays, so this was on our must-do list. I cannot recommend booking a wine tour enough if you’re a wine fan.

Taste Dijon Mustard: No visit to Dijon is complete without sampling its world-famous mustard. Visit a boutique or market to discover the different flavors and varieties of this iconic condiment.

Visit the Musée des Beaux-Arts: Art enthusiasts will delight in this impressive museum, which showcases a diverse collection of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts from various periods.

What to Eat in Dijon, France

As mentioned, Dijon has a famous culinary scene of mustard, Burgundy wines, and local dishes. So let’s dive in.

Exploring the local markets, such as the Les Halles Market, are a foodie’s paradise, brimming with fresh produce, cheeses, and regional specialties.

For dishes that are known to the region, you can’t miss the classic Burgundian dishes that Julia Child made famous like Boeuf Bourguignon and Coq au Vin. Another local food? Dijon Mustard of course is iconic and you’ll find it in meats, sandwiches iand salad dressings. Our favorite local dish had to be Escargots. (I was shocked. I thought I’d hate eating snails!) In Burgundy, they are often prepared with garlic butter and herbs, served in their shells.

For a special drink to the region, you have to try Kir and Kir Royale. These refreshing apéritifs are popular in Dijon and the Burgundy region. Kir is a mix of crème de cassis (blackcurrant liqueur) and white wine, while Kir Royale uses sparkling wine or Champagne instead.

Don’t forget to pair these delectable dishes with the local Burgundy wines, which are renowned worldwide for their quality and variety. From the bold red Pinot Noir to the elegant white Chardonnay, the wines of Burgundy are the perfect complement to the rich and flavorful cuisine of Dijon. Cheers!

Where to Stay in Dijon, France

We wanted to stay within walking distance, so we chose to stay at the fabulous Hotel du Palais which had its own wine cave. It was a quiet street and close to the Historic Center, which was perfect for us.

Here are a few locations where you might want to stay in Dijon, France.

Historic Center (Old Town): Staying in the heart of the Old Town allows you to be close to Dijon’s main attractions, historic sites, and charming streets. You’ll also have easy access to restaurants, cafes, and shops.

Darcy District: This area is located near the Jardin Darcy and the train station, making it convenient for travelers arriving by train. It offers a mix of accommodation options and is within walking distance to the city center.

Victor Hugo District: This neighborhood is known for its elegant architecture and pleasant atmosphere. It’s a quieter area, offering a more relaxed stay while still being within reach of the city center.

Paris: The City of Lights

From Dijon, we took a train to Paris. We booked First Class tickets, so the ride was really relaxing. It was mostly full of people reading and working on their laptops. After about an hour and a half, we finally made it to Paris! And it was EVERYTHING! 😍 The moment we stepped into the city, it was like walking into a dream – the stunning architecture, the Eiffel Tower glowing in the distance, it felt unreal!

Things to do in Paris

We had only three days in Paris to do as much as we could on our list. By this point in our trip, we were exhausted, but the hum of the city recharged our batteries.

On day one, we explored the Parisian landmarks: Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre-Dame, and more . We walked around Jardin des Tuilleres then explored the Louvre. From there we had Afternoon Tea at the Ritz. If you’re looking for a luxury experience with amazing people watching, I would recommend booking Afternoon Tea at Salon Proust. The service at the Ritz is elite, the champagne was perfection, and the guests are dressed to the nines. 10/10.

To end the long day, we booked a romantic boat tour with wine and beer along the Seine.

On day 2 in Paris, we spent the day at Versailles. It’s worth a few hours! You can immerse yourself in history at the Palace of Versailles. Marvel at the opulent Hall of Mirrors and the grand gardens, a testament to the lavish lifestyles of French royalty.

Book the earliest window time in advance on the Versailles website. (Do not be fooled into buying a cut the line ticket by getyourguide, tripadvisor or any other site. You do not need to do that at all. We didn’t have to wait at 9 AM during the peak season. If you go in the afternoon, the palace will be packed. I can’t stress enough. Go early lol)

I’d suggest booking the passport ticket because it includes the gardens of Versailles and the Trianon estate. The gardens are stunning so definitely walk through! 

When we got to the palace, we bought audio guides which were about 5 euros to do a self-guided tour on site at the palace. It’s a great way to learn the history and super interesting 🙂

On our last day in Paris, we experienced cafe culture, which is simply enjoying the art of doing nothing. Go to cafe, order a coffee or a cocktail and people watch. After, we wandered around the streets near Cafe de Flore. At the end of the day, we went to the Eiffel Tower. We took the elevator to the top and enjoyed caviag and champagne. As someone afraid of heights, I was terrified, but the experience was worth it! You absolutely need to put it on your bucket list. 🥂

What to Eat in Paris

From flaky croissants that practically melt in your mouth to the indulgence of macarons that beguile your senses, food in Paris was fabulous. I could go into all of the essential foods you should try in Paris – escargot, crepes, croissants, baguettes, French cheese, steak frites, ratatoille, etc, etc, etc. Instead of writing about all of these foods, I’ll share a few tips on how we picked the restaurants and our experiences at them.

When planning your itinerary for Paris, choosing the restaurants can be overwhelming. I’d make a list of places you’ve seen on TikTok, Instagram, or blogs. Then, remove or add restaurants based on location, budget, atmosphere, reviews, etc.

Here are a few things to help with your restaurants experience in Paris before you go:

  • Use the Michelin Guide to find restaurants for any budget!
  • Book reservations in advance for most restaurants in Paris
  • Get out of touristy areas and find better deals on side streets for great food.
  • You can stop at a boulangerie for grab and go pastries in the AM.
  • Use Google Translate or iPhones can translate images now if the menu isn’t in English
  • Make sure you know hot to order your steak! This blog post includes a chart with the French translations that we found super helpful when ordering a steak in France.

I shared an Instagram Post highlighting our favorite restaurants in Paris and ones I’d go to on our next trip!

Where to Stay in Paris

In Paris, we stayed at a fabulous Airbnb that was close to the Arc de Triomphe. We were looking for a place with a good location and found a room with a view of the Eiffel Tower. The host was so kind and made us breakfast every day. When you’re booking a place to stay in Paris, make a list of what’s important to you like neighborhood, budget, and proximity to attractions. The public transportation in Paris is amazingly well-connected so most areas are accessible.

Here are some popular areas to consider for your stay in Paris:

Le Marais: This historic and trendy neighborhood is known for its charming streets, boutiques, art galleries, and vibrant nightlife. It’s a great choice for those looking for a lively atmosphere with plenty of dining and shopping options.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés: This bohemian district is famous for its artistic heritage and intellectual ambiance. It offers a mix of cozy cafés, antique shops, and cultural attractions, making it perfect for those seeking a more laid-back and artistic atmosphere.

The Latin Quarter (Quartier Latin): This lively area is home to the Sorbonne University and has a youthful vibe with many students and a variety of restaurants, bars, and bookstores. It’s a great choice for budget travelers and those looking to experience a vibrant local scene.

Champs-Élysées: For a luxurious and central location, consider staying near the iconic Champs-Élysées avenue. This area offers upscale shopping, famous landmarks, and easy access to major attractions.

Montmartre: Perched on a hill, Montmartre offers a charming and artsy ambiance. It’s known for its narrow streets, the iconic Sacré-Cœur Basilica, and stunning views of the city. Montmartre is a great choice for those seeking a romantic and picturesque stay.

Le Marais: This historic and trendy neighborhood is known for its charming streets, boutiques, art galleries, and vibrant nightlife. It’s a great choice for those looking for a lively atmosphere with plenty of dining and shopping options.

The Eiffel Tower Area (7th arrondissement): If you want to be close to the Eiffel Tower and enjoy romantic walks along the Seine, consider staying in the 7th arrondissement. It’s a picturesque area with a mix of elegant apartments and boutique hotels.

Île de la Cité: For a truly central location, stay on the Île de la Cité, the historic heart of Paris. It’s home to iconic landmarks like Notre-Dame Cathedral and offers a charming island setting.

Bon Voyage!

By the end of our trip, we were exhausted from traveling and couldn’t wait to get back to our own beds in Austin, TX. 10 days traveling from Annecy throught Switzerland to Colmar to Dijon and ending in Paris was quite the trek. This was one of the most unique travel experiences we got to enjoy.

If you’re planning a trip to Paris or want to see more of France, I encourage you to explore the villages outside of Paris. The train is so well-connected that you can go almost anywhere. Seeing the towns of Colmar, Annecy, and Dijon were some highlights of our trip. We loved the diverse culture of the different cities and how beautiful these hidden gems of France are.

I’d love to know if you’ve experienced any of the regions we explored in France. Please share your experiences and any recommendations you can share! As always, don’t hesitate to ask me questions about our trip!

10 Day Itinerary: Annecy, Colmar, Dijon, Paris

Day 1-2 Annecy

Transportation from Geneva to Annecy Options
  • Train: Swiss Railways (SBB/CFF/FFS) operates a train from Geneve-Eaux-Vives to Annecy hourly. Tickets cost $28 – $50 and the journey takes 1h 14m. 
  • Uber: Geneva airport has two exits and one goes to France and the other to Switzerland, so just take the exit that puts you in the country where you’d like to have Uber pick you up from. 37 Minutes. (This is what we did and we had no trouble getting an Uber. You have to pay a small fee to get across the border so make sure you have a euros on hand.)
  • Taxi: Book ahead

Day 1: Travel Day (Fly into Geneva)

12: 00 PM Drop off luggage at hotel

1:00 PM Lunch with a view of Lake Annecy – Brasserie du Théâtre

3:00 PM Walk around Old Town – Book a self-guided audio tour here or wander around to see  Château d’Annecy, le palaus d’ile, pont des amours, Basilique de la Visitation

7:00 PM Have Dinner at Le Chalet – try raclette or fondue. We thought the fondue with mushrooms added was incredible!

Day 2: Bike Day

10:00 AM Breakfast at Au Fidele Berger

11:30 AM – 4:30 PM Rent Bikes to bike around Lake Annecy

6:00 PM Pub Stop – Enjoy a beer or wine at Captain Pub. If you’re lucky, you’ll get a seat outside with a beautiful view of the canals.

7:30 PM Refuel with pizza or a tartiflette at Plein Sud.

10:00 PM Have a drink at Cafe des Arts

*Optional: Extend your trip! Add a day to enjoy the Lake (We wish we would’ve had more time in Annecy)

Day 3-4 Colmar

Transportation from Annecy to Colmar
  • Bus, Train: There are a few options. The bus and train route takes about 7 to 11 hours.  
  • Car Rental: This is the fastest route – it takes about 4 hours to drive from Annecy to Colmar. You’ll pass through Switzerland and Germany. Before driving over the Switzerland border, you will need to stop at the last rest area with a station and/or restaurant works to get what is called a vignette – it’s a sticker you put on the windshield of the car that allows you to drive on the autoroutes (freeways) in Switzerland. We chose to drive through Switzerland which was really easy. You could stop at some towns for lunch along your route to make it a fun visit!

Day 3: Travel to Colmar

10:00 AM Travel from Annecy to Colmar

5:00 PM Check into your hotel in Colmar, France

7:00 PM Enjoy dinner in Colmar, there are several Michelin star restaurants!

Day 4: Explore Old Town of Colmar

9:00 AM Breakfast at a fabulous old world café – Au Croissant Doré for pastries and coffee

10:30 – 12:00 Wander the streets of Little Venice, explore some boutiques, and take in the sights of this fairytale town

12:00 PM Lunch at Marché Couvert – there are several lunch options in this market from fresh produce and charcuterie to a bowl of spaetzle!

3:00 Gondola tour round the canals of Colmar. It’s a short ride and about $6 per person.

5:00 PM Stop for a snack at a local pub

8:00 PM Dinner at Jadis et Gourmande

*Optional: Extend your trip! Add a day to visit Alsace Wineries

4 Wonders of Alsace

Colmar : Highlights Walking Tour and Wine Tasting

Alsace Half-Day Wine Tour from Colmar

From Colmar: Alsace Villages Tour and Wine Tasting

Day 5-7 Dijon

Transportation from Colmar to Dijon

  • Train: We took the TGV from Colmar to Dijon, and it was really easy. It’s about a 2 hour train ride. You can book train tickets here. Download the SNCF app to track your itinerary. (This is the best transportation app I’ve ever used. It shows you all the details for you trip in an easy to read format.)
  • Car Rental: By car it takes about 3 hours from Colmar to Dijon.

Day 5: Travel to Dijon

12:00 PM Travel from Colmar to Dijon

2:00 PM Check into your hotel in Dijon, France

3:00 PM Walk around Dijon towards Les Halles Marché. There are several dining options for a glass of wine and charcuterie. We loved Le comptior de Soso!

7:30 Enjoy dinner, Dijon is known for their gastronomy. Book a restaurant in advance!

Day 6: Explore Dijon

11:00 AM Brunch in Dijon at Caffè Guffo near the Notre Dame of Dijon

12:30 PM Book a self-guided walking tour to learn about the history and culture of Dijon

4:00 PM Enjoy a wine tasting and learn the history of Burgundy wine in a wine cave! Book your tour here.

7:00 PM Try classic Burgundy dishes at La Brasserie Des Loges

Day 7: Winery Tour of Burgundy

8:00 AM Breakfast at your hotel

9:30 AM – 6:00 PM Meet your guide for your hotel tour. We booked this All Wine Day tour from Dijon which visited two wineries and the town of Beaune.

6:00 PM Gelato from Amorino Gelato.

9:00 PM Late night tapas and drinks at Bodega Les Halles.

Day 8 – 10 Paris

Transportation from Dijon to Paris

Train: The best method to get from Dijon to Paris is via the TGV. The ride is about 1 hour and 30 minutes.

Car: The car route takes about 3 hours from Dijon to Paris.

Day 8: Travel to Paris & Explore the Sights

11:00 AM Check into airbnb drop off luggage

12:00 PM Public transit from arc de triomphe to louvre

1:00 PM – 2:00 PM The Louvre is closed on Tuesdays (great day to take pics outside) Walk around Jardin des Tuilleres or visit the Rodin Museum
2:30 PM Tea Time at the Ritz Salon Proust 

5:00 PM Walk to Cathedral of Notre Dame, Shakespeare & Co – buy a book and get it stamped 

8:00 PM River Cruise on the Seine with wine & beer. Book your tour here.

Day 9: Visit Versailles

7:00 AM Uber or train to Versailles (Check the train schedule to see if there’s a warning. There was a big storm the night before we left and it was hard to get an uber for some reason)

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Versailles – Go to the hall of mirrors first if you want to get pictures with less people in the room, then walk back to the beginning and listen to your audio guide. Walk around the gardens and lunch at La Petite Venise. Another great option would be Angelina’s (famous) After lunch, visit the Estate of Trianon 
7:30 PM Dinner at Mandoobar – Michelin Guide Korean. One of our favorite restaurants! Watch the chefs making the best wontons and preparing the beef tartare! Amazing service and they were all so nice.

Day 10: Last day in Paris

10:00 AM Brunch at Cafe de Flore. Enjoy the people watching

12:00 PM Wander the nearby streets

2:00 PM Go shopping at Galleries Lafayette

5:30 PM Have champagne and caviar on top of the Eiffel Tower! 🥂

8:30 PM Enjoy a picnic on Champ de Mars and wait for the Eiffel Tower lights to turn on

Bon Voyage!

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