Christmas turns Paris into an even more splendid place with lights flooding the streets of the City of Love.
A fabulous way to enjoy the festive days is to go ice skating on the first level of the Eiffel tower. You could both make it a romantic evening date or just some fun time for your kids. Besides it is free once you purchase an admission ticket to the tower.
The Christmas markets in Paris are peppered with an array of goods such as toys, jewelry, delicious sweets and cakes.
Another valuable idea is to plan a walk along the light-bathed streets. It gets dark early in winter so you could go for a stroll in the heart of the city or in a quiet neighbourhood just to marvel at the sparkling atmosphere of the yuletide season. If you are lucky enough, it could happen to be snowing, which will be the diamond in the crown of your Christmas time in Paris.
Last but not least, let’s not forget the Christmas dinner that is best enjoyed with your family. Traditionally, the French serve some appetizers followed by beef or duck along with champagne, of course. Desserts are a must; the Buche de Noel cake is a nice ending to some spending yuletide dinner.