PARIS KIDS city guide by MILK magazine
When most of my friends think on Paris with kids, DISNEYLAND PARIS is what it comes to their mind.
But this is not my idea of Paris with kids. What I really want is showing them the Madeleine Church, wander accross Montmartre streets and squares or sit down and enjoy the time passing by in my favorite square: Place des Vosgues, a place where time seems to have stopped.
I want to show them the spectacular city views from the top of l’Arc du triumph, to buy a book in Shakespeare & Co bookstore and read it afterwards in Shakespeare & Co Café. I want to show them the impressive Eiffel tower, to follow the aroma of a croissant or a pain au chocolat and taste a hot chocolate at ANGELINA. It will be wonderful to join the TILT KIDS art festival and stare at the windows of any department store during Christmas. And of course, to touch the gargles on the top of Notre Dame and make a treasure hunt at the LOUVRE museum organized by THATMuse.
Paris is a magical city! If you are going to Paris with kids, I would you follow the recommend addresses included in the brand new PARIS KIDS city guide published by MILK magazine.
When we travel with kids, we try to make kids’ friendly plans, but also find a way to involve them in everything we would have done if we would travel without them. I don’t want to give up visiting museums or shopping. I like to involve my kids in my plans.
PARIS KIDS is the perfect city guide to discover the best kids friendly and cool spots for a successful family day.
The magazine’s team propose more than 200 Paris locations, famous or not so known. From parks to shops, restaurants, museums or cultural venues. Lots of locations listed and divided into districts, for a successful family trip in the City of Light!
Whether you have children or not, PARIS KIDS city guide by MILK magazine is a new must.
[This post was published for the first time on October the 30th 2017]