What To Do & See, According To Travel TikTokers

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“City Of Love” is calling your name, but if you only have one day to take advantage of everything there is to do in Paris, travel TikTok offers plenty of itinerary inspiration. I traveled alone to a magical city and created my own adventure based entirely on recommendations I found on TikTok. His 24 hours in Paris was his best day of my Emily in Paris Season 3 puts the French capital back on your anywhere-to-go list. It’s time to find the must-see places and plan a route through the city. Romanticize your life with tips for spending a day in Paris, according to a TikTok traveler.

Traveling to your dream destination with limited time can be daunting, but it’s an exciting opportunity to seize the day and marathon lap new places. A picnic in Paris, a trip to museums and a visit to the monuments can all be done in one day for him. Plus, discover hidden gems that immerse you in the local culture. If you need inspiration, here’s everything he did in Paris in one day with our travel TikTok recommendations.


Take a selfie in the Champ de Mars Park

The parks around the Eiffel Tower are great places to picnic on the grass on a sunny day, like this TikTok by @postcardsfromayana. An ideal place to take a selfie with the monument and eat a croissant. There are street vendors nearby, a carousel by the river, and even a ride to the top of the Eiffel Tower for beautiful panoramic views of Paris. If this is your first visit to the romantic city, this should be your first stop.

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It’s not easy to miss the Seine that runs through the city, so stop by for a few minutes in the middle of the day and take in views like this TikTok by @kingainfrance. Small boats with people popping champagne bottles board and disembark, couples can be seen walking hand-in-hand along the shore, and some spots on the connecting bridge still have love locks to read and warm your heart. .


Go to the Orsay Museum

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Before planning your day trip, remember that many museums in Paris, including the Louvre, are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Visited the city on Tuesday and decided to check out the Musée d’Orsay. In fact, it was the perfect museum to spend a few unscheduled hours. If you look at his TikTok @bellaofoz it’s especially cool because it’s in a train station built in 1900 and houses famous Impressionist and Post-Impressionist works by artists like Claude Monet and Van Gogh I understand. We were able to see all the galleries in one afternoon, including the beautiful Sculpture Hall and his 19th century decorative arts and furniture.


See the Tuileries Gardens

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The Louvre was closed the day I was in Paris, so I didn’t get to enjoy the Tuileries Gardens that surround the museum, which is also where Emily is from. Emily in Paris Enjoy a Kir Royale cocktail with Luc and Julien.

The flowering public gardens recommended by @yovivi_re were designed over 500 years ago and are stunning in every season. Charming laneways are lined with fountains and marble statues, and you can ride the Ferris wheel for a bird’s-eye view of the park and the entire city.

The Palace of Versailles is outside central Paris, but it’s a great place to spend the morning or afternoon of your 24-hour journey in Paris. There, you can explore the gorgeous interiors of palaces like ‘The Hall of Mirrors’ and walk through French history in the sprawling royal gardens, like this TikTok of him by @fracker50. At night you can enjoy a musical fountain show, and during the day you can cycle around the grounds. When you buy your tickets online, you can download an app that gives you an audio tour and a map of the entire site, so you can see everything you want on your terms.


Relax in a cafe on Rue Montorgueil

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I’m plant-based so I thought it would be best to research my lunch beforehand. I’m glad I did. @marie_sweetandsour’s TikTok of her just happened to lead me to the Cloud Cakes coffee shop on my way to my next destination. A delightful day was spent at an outdoor table enjoying quinoa salad and refreshing gazpacho, along with dreamy iced coffee and pistachio macaroons. Having discovered it tucked away in one hub, check out this area not far from the Louvre for a quick afternoon.


Discover the Montmartre district

I learned about the picturesque Montmartre district (also known as the Arts District) on @anneorion’s TikTok. Hidden gems include ‘I Love You Wall’, La Maison Rose’s ‘The Pink House’, and breathtaking views of Paris from the Sacre Coeur. I headed there around dinner time.The historic streets were vibrant with music, outdoor cafes and friendly Parisians having a good time under the setting sun. It’s the perfect area. Photographers will love the quaint vintage atmosphere and colorful buildings that line the narrow cobbled streets.


Experience the Paris Metro

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If you have a lot planned for the day, you should take the metro. It saves a lot of travel time and taxi fare, but it’s also an absolute experience in itself. It’s surprisingly easy to navigate once you know your bearings. It’s also cleaner than most subways in the US. If your legs get tired, don’t be afraid to take the train. You can even hop on a special subway line shared by @jesusypatino and pass by the glorious Eiffel Tower.


Witness the glow of the Eiffel Tower at street crêpes

One of my non-negotiable Paris bucket list items was to see the Eiffel Tower glow at night. I was. Grab a hot espresso and crepe from the park concession stand and find a cozy spot on the lawn of the Champ de Mars to wait for the show. Unless you want to grab a dessert like I did for just a few euros, it’s a truly magical, quintessentially Parisian experience that lasts only a fraction of a second and is free to enjoy.

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