Wander the Streets of Le Marais
Uncover the city’s old Jewish quarter, Le Marais. While it’s no longer “hidden,” it’s definitely a gem. Narrow cobblestone streets lead to quaint little bakeries and authentic falafel restaurants. Galleries and trendy fashion boutiques fill the space inbetween. Although there are still plenty of other tourists, the crowds are much smaller than at the Champs d’Elysee, the Louvre, or Eiffel Tower.
L'As Du Fallafel for a falafel pita and Le Loir dans la Theiere for a towering slice of lemon meringue pie
Free to wander, but bring cash for awesome boutiques and delicious food
More information here