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3 Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Paris

3 Off the Beaten Path Things to Do in Paris

Paris, France. The city of love, beauty and romance; of fine art and architectural wonder; of amazing food and wine; of fashion, history and language. It’s hard to believe there could be anything that could be left off the beaten path in Paris, one of the most visited cities in the world, but there are still plenty of things to do off the beaten path in Paris that will allow you to see the city like a local while seeing some attractions tourists rarely see. Here are five off the beaten path things to do in Paris.

Take a Street Art Tour

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One of the best ways to learn more about a city’s local culture is through its street art, whether you’ve seen enough fine art or it’s simply not your thing. For public and private tours, workshops, and more, visit Street Art Tour Paris. The tours take visitors around town, showing them incredible murals as well as lesser-known works and those that are easier to spot but not so easy to find. The tour starts at the Seine River near Pont Royal bridge and ends at Notre Dame Cathedral.

Try a Cooking Class

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The majority of us may never become Michelin Star chefs, but with enough effort, we can improve a little bit in the kitchen. Paris is the ideal location for Le Foodist’s culinary workshops and wine-tasting trips because we adore them. We would love to go back and do some more. All cooking classes start by visiting the local market together, where you’ll learn how to select fresh ingredients from every category you see (produce, meat, fish). The rest of your day is spent cooking as your private chef shows you how it’s done using techniques that will forever change how you cook at home (and no worries about dishes since they are cleaned up at the end!). With such an amazing experience like this one available near all of our favorite sights in Paris, we have no excuse not to try something new!

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Visit Parc Montsouris

Visit Montsouris if you want to avoid the crowds while still enjoying all of the elegance of the more popular Luxembourg Gardens. Although the park has a meteorological observatory and hosts many summer performances at the bandstand, in our opinion the ideal time to visit is in the late afternoon. Sit down on one of the benches around the fountain for an hour or two, watching children play and parents take care of them. It’s relaxing!

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