The Best Airbnbs in Paris with Eiffel Tower Views

When it comes to traveling to Paris, anytime of year, there’s one thing that makes a dreamy airbnb – and that’s an epic view. I mean just imagine waking up in Paris, sipping coffee and a croissant on your balcony with this view. Yeah, these airbnbs (which are mostly under $200 a night) give you that – at a fraction of the cost of a hotel in Paris. 

Here are the Best Airbnbs in Paris with Views of the Eiffel Tower

 

 

 

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Jetset’s Top 10 must-do’s and can’t misses in Paris

Musée du Louvre

The Louvre is the most famous (and most beautiful) museum in the world. Home to world-famous works of art like the Mona Lisa, it is a must-do on any trip to Paris. Be sure to buy your tickets online ahead of time to beat the crowds.

Chateau de Versailles

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Even if you’re not a history buff, the over 300 year old palace of Versailles is a must-see for anyone visiting Paris. Aside from being one of the most beautiful places in all of France, you’ll be able to feel the history of France as you trace the footsteps of French kings and queens down the halls of the palace. If you ARE into history, you’ll love that this palace played a pivotal role in some of the most defining moments of French history. It’s was the last royal residence of the French monarchy until 1789, when revolutionaries stormed its gates and carried away the young King & Queen, Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, who were imprisoned and eventually put to death by guillotine.

Picnic in front of the Eiffel Tower

Is there anything more Parisian than picnicking at the Eiffel Tower? Pick up a picnic of wine, cheese & charcuterie and soak up a wonderfully lazy afternoon or evening in the city. I recommend heading to Rue Saint-Dominique, and strolling the street, first stopping for bread at the local bakery, then heading across the street to the butcher (MP Saint Dominique) and the cheese shop (Fromagerie Maison Cheese), and of course finishing at one of the many wine shops. Then, once you have your picnic basket ready to go, you’re just a few steps away from the lawn in front of the Eiffel Tower!

Arc de Triomphe

One of the most beautiful parts of the city of Paris is the Arc de Triomphe, a tribute to the French army since the Napoleon era.  The arc stands at the end of the Avenue des Champs Élysées and in the center of the Place de l’Étoile, the intersection of 12 streets. 

Champs-Élysées

Arguably THE most famous shopping street in the world, and home to all of your favorite stores from around the world. This is nearly 1.2 MILES of shopping. 

Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame is one of the most stunning cathedrals in the world, and one of the most magnificent masterpieces of gothic architecture. 

Montmarte

This adorable neighborhood tucked away in Paris’s northern hills, was once It’s here you’ll find yourself lost winding cobblestone paths, mesmerized by storybook windows overflowing with flowers, and charmed by almost-too-cute-to-be-real local shops selling cured meats, crepes, and delicious breads and pastries.

Luxembourg Gardens

These beautiful gardens in the 6th are so beautiful to stroll through. I like to start with a walk through the gardens and end at my FAV restaurant for crepes right nearby (Breizh cafe!)

The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower tops many of our travel bucket lists, and it is just as wondrous in person as you’d hope it to be. It’s magical. Check out tickets and timings here before you go! And be sure to see it at night (I like seeing it from Trocadero, easily accessible from a taxi or metro, where you get a beautiful (and free) view of the tower at night!)

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