Around Paris, France

Rooftop, Galerie LaFayette -  Metro Chaussée d’Antin La Fayette

Rooftop, Galerie LaFayette - Metro Chaussée d’Antin La Fayette

Exploring a new city is both exciting and intimidating, especially one as large as Paris. With so much ground to cover in 20 arrondissements, the best way to explore the French capital is to note which parts you are curious about in advance. The metro is an amazing way to save time and acts as a great marker for the ground you cover - for example, start at Metro Pont Neuf on the Seine and walk around, through the Louvre to Le Marais and eventually get to Metro République while enjoying the sights in between. Wander throughout the streets of Paris through these images, and take note of the metro station nearest to the spot!

Quai Anatole France -  Metro Musée d’Orsay

Quai Anatole France - Metro Musée d’Orsay

Musée du Louvre -  Metro Palais Royal Musée du Louvre

Musée du Louvre - Metro Palais Royal Musée du Louvre

Standing on Pont des Art towards the Louvre -  Metro Pont Neuf

Standing on Pont des Art towards the Louvre - Metro Pont Neuf

Inside Centre Georges-Pompidou  - Metro Rambuteau

Inside Centre Georges-Pompidou - Metro Rambuteau

Canal de L’Ourcq -  Metro Ourcq

Canal de L’Ourcq - Metro Ourcq

Chez Julien -  Metro Pont Marie

Chez Julien - Metro Pont Marie

Le Petit Ceinture 19e -  Metro Ourcq for entrance

Le Petit Ceinture 19e - Metro Ourcq for entrance

Place de la République -  Metro République

Place de la République - Metro République

Fondation Louis Vuitton -  Metro Les Sablons

Fondation Louis Vuitton - Metro Les Sablons



By Aleyah Solomon

Special thanks to Paris Tourism