2 days in paris with 200€

2 Days in Paris With 200€

2 days in Paris With 200€ looked impossible but you can find the best and cheap way and spend your 2 days in Paris With 200€. You will see how you can save money and see almost all.

2 Days in Paris With 200€

With 19.90 euro per person:

You can go to the Seine River Cruise and see almost all the major attractions of the city and French Crepe Tasting At The Foot of the Eiffel Tower

The Seine River is the vast river that cuts through the city of Paris. A Seine River cruise offers a very unique perspective of Paris and shows almost all the major attractions of the city. The duration of cruise approximately is 1 hour. You will admire the UNESCO-indexed riverbanks and Parisian landmarks consisting of the Eiffel Tower, Les Invalides, the Louvre Museum, the Orsay Museum, Notre-Dame de Paris, and a number of monumental bridges.

Taste a French crepe with Nutella, sugar, lemon, jam, or whipped cream. Admire the picturesque views of the Eiffel Tower and the riverside of Paris.

You will spend only 19.90 euro per person. And you will see the most popular monuments.

By the way, the Cruise ticket that I bought I used on another day. So if you prefer you can use River Cruise ticket whenever you want. You will receive the information about it after booking. But the French crepe you need use on the date that you booked.

You can follow the link below and book when you will travel to Paris :

Seine River Cruise & French Crepe Tasting At The Foot of the Eiffel Tower

2 Days in Paris With 200€

With 17,00 euro per person:

You can visit Sainte-Chapelle and Conciergerie.

The Sainte-Chapelle from the 13th century, a recently restored French Gothic chapel. Your Sainte-Chapelle ticket also offers you directly get right of entry to this monument, which incorporates more than 1,000 scenes from the Old and New Testaments. 

Conciergerie, explore the ancient court of the French Revolution. In this picturesque site, admire the cells of the criminals and the tombs of the heroes of the French Revolution.

You will see the cell where Marie Antoinette was imprisoned, among other famous prisoners during this period.

For photography, Sainte-Chapelle can be a bit challenging. Despite all of the stained glass, it can be somewhat dark inside. Tripods are not allowed inside (as is the case virtually everywhere in Paris) so you either need to shoot handheld or come up with a workaround.

You can follow the link below and book when you will travel to Paris :

Skip The Ticket Line Conciergerie & Sainte Chapelle Admission Tickets

2 Days in Paris With 200€ hotel

You can also find a cheap hostel. Cost starts from 19 euro per night. With free wi-fi. You can also ask Safe in the room. If you have something important it is very good to not lost And very close to the Eiffel tower and centre.

2 Days in Paris With 200€ restaurant

One of the most Parisian things to do while in Paris is to stop at various cafes for a drink or food. There are thousands of cafes in the city all with their own unique charm and draw. Just take a break and enjoy your day. You can check your list and add some new attraction you can visit in this 2 days in Paris With 200€

2 Days in Paris With 200€ opera garnier

With 12, 00 euro per person:

You can visit Opera Garnier. The Palais Garnier was commissioned by Napoleon III. Opera Garnier is famous for its interior as well as its exterior. In the showy interior, the mosaic dome ceiling paintings covering the Grand Staircase, the Grand Foyer and the hall whose ceiling was made by Marc Chagall are very impressive. There is also a small lake at the bottom of the building, which is also effective in the long construction period. This pool is also the inspiration for the (Phantom of the Opera) show.

You can follow the link below and book when you will travel to Paris:

Paris: Opera Garnier Entry Tickets

2 Days in Paris With 200€ gifts

If you have a question: Can I buy some souvenirs in these 2 days in Paris with 200€. Yes, you can, here I prepared for you some little list that you can check and buy some of them.

This is list of cheap but pretty nice presents for your friends.

French Soap Souvenir:

Soap has been crafted in France since the middle ages.

You can skip the fancy brands out, and opt for a cheap bar of supermarket soap (about 1.5 euro).

French Chocolate Souvenir:

French chocolate is traditionally darker and more heavily roasted than Belgian or Swiss chocolate. But these days, you’ll find all sorts of French chocolate.

French Candy Souvenirs:

France’s most popular candy: Haribo Targadas, caramba’s, sea salt caramels and Hollywood gum.