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Frequently Asked Questions
How is the weather in Paris?
Paris experiences a temperate climate throughout the year. Summers, from June to August, see an average temperature of 75°F (24°C), while winters, from December to February, are relatively mild with temperatures around 41°F (5°C). Spring and autumn are typically pleasant with moderate rainfall.
What are some of the best things to do in Paris?
In Paris, you can explore iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Notre-Dame Cathedral. You can also stroll along the Seine River, wander through charming districts such as Montmartre, or indulge in French cuisine at a local bistro.
What is the best time of year to visit Paris?
Spring (April to June) and fall (September to November) are often recommended for visiting Paris, with fewer crowds and moderate weather. The city hosts numerous events such as the Paris Jazz Festival in summer and Nuit Blanche, a night-time arts festival, in October.
What are the best places to stay in Paris?
The Latin Quarter is known for its vibrant atmosphere and student life, while Le Marais stands out for its historic architecture and trendy boutiques. Saint-Germain-des-Prés is popular for its artistic heritage, and Montmartre offers stunning city views.
What are the best places to visit in Paris?
Paris is home to landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, and Champs-Élysées. The Montmartre district, Sacré-Cœur Basilica, and the Palace of Versailles are also frequently suggested places to explore.
What are some hiking trails in Paris?
While Paris isn't known for traditional hiking, you can explore the city on foot via the Coulée verte René-Dumont trail, or take a day trip for a hike in the nearby Forest of Fontainebleau.
What are some family activities to do in Paris?
Families can enjoy a day at the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, explore the Natural History Museum, or visit the Paris Zoo. A boat tour on the Seine River or a puppet show at the Jardin du Luxembourg are also fun options.
What are some of the best day trip ideas in Paris?
For a day away from the city, you can visit the Palace of Versailles, explore the medieval city of Provins, or discover the charm of the Loire Valley with its majestic castles.
What types of vacation rentals are available in Paris?
Uncover the perfect home-away-from-home with our diverse selection of vacation rentals in Paris. From over 4,010 condo rentals, over 77,090 apartment rentals to over 1,490 house rentals, we've got you covered. For even more variety, explore our Airbnb Categories to find the ideal space for your getaway.
Are there vacation home rentals with a dedicated workspace in Paris?
Yes! Work meets play with ease at over 30 vacation home rentals in Paris featuring dedicated workspaces. Stay connected and productive in your home away from home.
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Your guide to Paris
All About Paris
The thumping heart of France, Paris is one the world’s great cities, beloved as much for its historical boulevards and world-class museums as its iconic bakeries and boutiques. Join the locals in line for freshly baked baguettes at the ivy-covered boulangeries of Le Marais, then wind down with a chocolat chaud at one of the city’s famous corner cafes. Visitors are drawn to Paris’ literary heritage, where antique bookstores and poetry performances abound, while food lovers are well served by a mix of traditional brasseries, chef-driven restaurants, and innovative under-the-radar hotspots.
Running through the heart of Paris, the river Seine provides a scenic backdrop for quayside picnics and a sought-after spot to cool off during the summer Paris Plages event. The city is world-renowned for its shopping, from the homey kitchenware stores on Rue Montorgueil to the historic fashion houses of Rue Cambon. Shoppers should be on the lookout for bargains during the twice-yearly sales (les soldes) in January-February and June-July. And for a tranquil start to an action-packed day, join in with a tai chi session among the famous topiary hedges of the Jardin des Tuileries.
The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Paris
An ideal time to book a vacation rental in Paris is in spring, when the city’s gardens are in full bloom and the cafés are bustling. From June through August, temperatures spike and there are long days of sunshine, drawing locals out onto the banks of the Seine. Paris boasts a packed program of summer events, including Bastille Day, Fête de la Musique, and the exciting final stage of an iconic bicycle race.
Occasionally uncomfortably high temperatures and busier streets are countered with beaches built along the river as part of the popular Paris Plages event, live music performances, and open-air movies. Fall is also a popular time to visit, with crisp days and eye-popping foliage in the city’s green spaces. Winter can be cold and gray, but the moody weather adds an element of mystery to the city, which tends to be quieter from November to February. It rarely snows in Paris.
Top things to do in Paris
Paris has more than 100 museums, but arguably the most beautiful is the Musée d'Orsay, which is housed in a stunning old Beaux-Arts railway. The art on display is by renowned French artists — including famous works by the Impressionists as well as changing special exhibitions. Enjoy a stroll along the Left Bank of the Seine to take in the city views before or after visiting.
Jardin des Tuileries
Once the garden of the Tuileries Palace, the Jardin des Tuileries opened to the public after the French Revolution. Explore these manicured gardens after visiting the nearby Louvre and taking a stroll around Place de la Concorde, the largest square in Paris. Pick up a delicate crêpe from one of the carts and settle down on a bench to do some people-watching.
Take in a classic opera, avant-garde ballet, or one of the many other performances staged at this historic venue. Built in 1875 at the request of the emperor, Palais Garnier is viewed by many as one of the most opulent opera houses in the world, with a breathtaking grand staircase, swathes of ruby velvet, and glittering chandeliers aplenty.