Travel Tips for Paris with Kids: Always Worth a Trip
How many times have you been to Paris? Never, five times, more? What about experiencing Paris with kids?
No matter how often you travel to Paris, this diverse city shows itself from a different side with every visit.
Whether you find the city of more than 2 million inhabitants on the Seine stressful or romantic is always up to you. I experienced my last Paris tour with my family – with 9, 12 and 15 year old kids.
Our idea was to schedule only one fixed sightseeing appointment per day. Because we wanted to enjoy Paris and not goose-step to explore.
Are you curious how it was? Here’s how we experienced Paris with kids.
If your kids are older, check out: The Ultimate Guide to Exploring Paris with Teenagers
Eiffel Tower by night
Arrival in Paris
Ideally, you can get from London to Paris in 2.5 hours by Eurostar. The train runs 14 times a day without changing trains to the Gare du Nord in Paris. There are similar connections from Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Cologne via Brussels with the Thalys and TGV, which take around 4 hours.
Especially for families, this is an extremely relaxed way of getting to Paris.
See also: A Guide to Using the Metro in Paris
Make sure to stay connected during your Paris trip with an eSIM from alsoSIM. It starts at only $6 for the fastest, cheapest local data package to ensure that you stay connected without paying for the cost for roaming.
Gare du Nord train station in Paris, France
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