From restaurants to museums to markets, these outdoor activities may surprise you
Are you ready to return to international travel? Our top priority is to revolve around outdoor activities. Paris’ flowered parks, vibrant street art and comfortable outdoor dining are very suitable for this period. Famous monuments like the Arc de Triomphe and the Eiffel Tower are worthy of consideration when doing outdoor activities in complete safety. As the Seine flows through its center, a detour is required along the river.
France currently welcomes fully vaccinated American tourists who do not need to be isolated or show a negative COVID-19 test result to enter. In museums, attractions, and restaurants, even when dining out, a vaccination certificate is required. You can apply for a digital health pass, called Sanitaire Pass, queue.
If you did not receive the sometimes elusive QR code via email before traveling to France (I did not receive the QR code I recently visited in time), a hard copy of your US vaccination card is an acceptable alternative.
The City of Light is a dream holiday for many people, and the cool autumn day is a particularly exciting time. French bee, A new low-cost airline, is making travel more convenient, direct flights to New York-Paris are suitable for round-trip wallets under $400. From enjoying food on the fresco-surrounded terrace to cycling on car-free trails and wearing sweaters, consider these 10 outdoor activities in Paris this fall and beyond.
The Tuileries Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in Paris-Image courtesy of Allison Tibaldi
Admire the colorful autumn leaves in one of the beautiful gardens in Paris. The Jardin des Tuileries (Jardin des Tuileries) is squeezed by the Louvre and Place de la Concorde. It is a classic French garden with well-tended flower beds and well-manicured lawns. Labyrinths and carousels are its whimsical entertainment activities.
On the other side of the river, on the left bank of the Seine, is the Luxembourg Garden, with French and English gardens, tennis courts and a pond filled with floating sailboat models.
Jardin des Plantes is a plant paradise, with medicinal and rare plants, a rose garden and a herbarium.
Gourmet street art
Wall art in Paris-Photo courtesy of the Paris Tourist Office, Daniel Thierry
Paris has a rich art scene, with extraordinary visual excitement beyond traditional museums and galleries. Street art is popular, including graffiti on subway cars, huge murals decorating residential buildings, and politically inspired portraits decorating storefront fragments.
Wave graph It is an urban art center floating on the Seine. Designed as an open-air museum, its permanent collection displays the work of respected street artists Banksy and Shepard Fairey. Every night, a huge mural is projected on the Les Invalides Bridge to illuminate the night sky.
Delicious outdoor dining
Enjoy high-end outdoor dining in a peaceful courtyard-Image courtesy of Starhotels Collezione
A trip to Paris without indulging in its wonderful culinary scene is incomplete. Many restaurants have recently added outdoor seating and heating lights, allowing diners to safely break bread when the temperature drops.
Castile-Paris Is a chic luxury hotel Assaggio. Their Michelin-starred chef transforms the magic of edibles into creative menus that blend Mediterranean flavors and French exquisiteness. A table was requested in the quiet open-air courtyard, where Roman fountains and suggestive frescoes added a romantic touch.
Seine Park pedal
Cycling along the car-free trails of the Seine-Photo courtesy of the Paris Tourist Office, Jacques Lebar
Ride along Parc Rives de Seine and stroll along the river. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is only open to pedestrians and bicycles within 7 kilometers. There are playgrounds, picnic areas, terraces, cafes and climbing walls, allowing you to easily immerse yourself in city life and admire some of the great monuments of Paris.
Take your wheels from Vélib’Métropole, Self-service bicycles in Paris.
Tranquility on the roof
Rooftop vegetable garden with a view of the Eiffel Tower-Photo courtesy of EVOK Hotels
Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and see how Parisians creatively use heavenly corners and crevices to transform the roof into bars, swimming clubs and urban beehives to produce sweet honey.Experience farm life on the elegant seventh floor Hotel BraheA variety of vegetables and herbs grow here, and three happy hens are laying fresh eggs. The spectacular view of the Eiffel Tower adds to the charm of the panorama.
Beautiful flowers on the flower market-Photo courtesy of Fabian Charaffi, Paris Tourist Office
The mature outdoor market sells everything from agricultural products to gadgets. The flower market has thousands of beautiful flowers, from humble daisies to lively yellow chrysanthemums, autumn favorites. Located on Ile de la Cité, it is an indoor and outdoor market with enough outdoor stalls to meet the needs of fresh air lovers.
Visit on Sunday while enjoying the weekly bird market, where exotic feathered creatures scream for the storm.
A green cemetery
The cemetery is a relaxing place for walking-Image courtesy of Marc Bertrand, Paris Tourist Office
Historical cemetery Father Lachaise Cemetery It is a lush space with thousands of trees, shrubs and plants covering the undulating hillside. Although the cemetery is not a tea that everyone likes to drink, some people will find its cobblestone alleys and unforgettable statues a charming place to stroll.
The graves of idols Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Chopin and many other famous souls make it the most visited cemetery in the world.
Rent a boat for rowing on Daumesnil Lake-Photo courtesy of Paris Tourist Office, Daniel Thierry
Paris enjoys a lot of large green spaces in its two largest parks. Go to the Bois de Vincennes, kayaking, playing mini golf or strolling in the woods surrounded by birch, oak and chestnut trees.
The Boulogne Forest (Bois de Boulogne) has two lakes connected by waterfalls, miles of hiking, horse riding and biking trails, allowing visitors to enter the countryside while staying within the city limits.
Ride on the river
Immerse yourself in the scenery by a river boat-Photo courtesy of Paris Tourist Office, Sarah Sergent
From the habitat of the river boat, the urban landscape of Paris is unparalleled. There are many ways of rafting along the Seine. Bus Stop at major attractions and allow visitors to get on and off the bus.
popular Bateaux Mouches Provides a complete plan for a day and night tour that lasts about two hours, and provides commentary in about 20 languages. Bring your camera and take photos of Notre Dame Cathedral, Pont Neuf, Eiffel Tower and other famous landmarks.
Sculptures in the Rodin Museum
Rodin’s “Le Penseur” will be enjoyed outdoors-Photo courtesy of Paris Tourist Office, Amélie Dupont
Paris is famous for its world-class museums.exist Rodin Museum, The picturesque garden allows visitors to admire the works of Auguste Rodin outdoors. Considered the father of modern sculpture, several of his masterpieces, including The Thinker, are nestled between plants and trees. You can just buy cheap garden tickets without entering.