3 days in Paris

Itinerary 3 days in Paris

The itinerary 3 days in Paris is suitable for people, who plan to visit the city for the first time. It is for three days and covers the main landmarks. Before using the itinerary click here to see how to adjust it to suit your trip.

3 days in Paris itinerary map

Day 1
Start point of the first day of the itinerary 3 days in Paris – metro station “Hotel de Ville”.

Hotel de Ville
Place Dauphine
Conciergerie – only from outside.
La Sainte-Chapelle (The Holy Chapel) – 1 hour visit.
Notre Dame Cathedral – 1 hour visit.

You can try: “Le Tastevin”, “Auberge de la Reine Blanche”.
After the lunch you can visit “Berthillon” for some sweets or ice-cream.

Pantheon – 1 hour visit.
Saint-Etienne-du-Mont – 1 hour visit.
Jardin du Luxembourg (Luxembourg Gardens) – 1 hour and 30 min visit.

Combine a glamorous dinner in Paris with sights of the city’s must-see attractions on this 3-hour evening sightseeing cruise down the River Seine. 

You can try: “La Maison du Jardin”, “L’estrapade”, “Moustache”.

Day 2 
Start point of the second day of the itinerary 3 days in Paris – metro station “Palais Royal – Musee du Louvre”.

Musee du Louvre (Louvre Museum) – 3 hours visit.
Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel

Take a small group walking tour of the Louvre Museum in Paris and jump the queue by booking ahead. 

You can try: “Le Souffle”,” Cafe Louise” or “La Cordonnerie”.
After the lunch you can visit “Pierre Herme” for some sweets.

Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) – 1 hour visit.
Place de la Concorde, Obelisque de Luxor – 30 min visit.
Petit Palais (Small Palace) – only from outside.
Grand Palais (Great Palace) – only from outside.
Walk on Avenue des Champs-Elysees.
Visit Ladurée – Sweets & Gourmandises for some sweets.
Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile – 1 hour visit.

You can try: “Citrus Etoile”, “Restaurant Le W” or “Cafe Victoria”.

Day 3
Start point of the third day of the itinerary 3 days in Paris – metro station “Abbesses”.

Basilique du Sacré-Coeur (Sacré-Cœur Basilica) – 1 hour and 30 min visit.
Place du Tertre

You can try: “Bistro Poulbot”, “Lepic Assiette”.

Moulin Rouge – only from outside.
Tour Eiffel (Eiffel Tower) – 3 hours visit.

You can try: “Au Petit Sud Ouest”, “Le P’tit Troquet”, “Firmin le Barbier”.

Don’t miss your chance to see the world-renowned showgirls and French Cancan dancers strut their stuff on the Moulin Rouge’s historic stage. 

For the full descriptions how to get to each site and restaurant see the map above or check out 4 days in Paris (the itinerary is the same, only a visit to Versailles is included in the additional day).

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1 Comment

  1. Michaël says: Reply

    Looking forward for the day 2 and 3 ! 🙂

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