Secret Paris

One of my dearest friends visited us Paris the past weekend, and I couldn’t have been happier to explore one of my favorite cities with two of my favorite people. Also, since she had been to Paris before, we focused on visiting many of the lesser known attractions while walking crazy distances and eating obscene amounts of sweets, for the best macaroon must be discovered.

Therefore, these pictures aren’t necessarily secret Paris in the literal sense, but more some less visited locations including:

Day 1:
– Walked by Paris Plages
– Macaroons in Luxembourg Gardens
– Saint-Étienne-du-Mont
– Panthéon
– Arab World Institute (with a fabulous view of Notre-Dame)
– Place des Vosges
– By the Pompidou
– Canal Saint-Martin (to enjoy Pink Flamingo Pizza)

Day 2:
– Marche d’Aligre
– Picnic in Square Armand Trousseau

Day 2:

Luxembourg Palace

Luxembourg Palace

Inside Saint-Étienne-du-Mont

Inside Saint-Étienne-du-Mont

Outside the Panthéon looking west towards the Eiffel Tower

Outside the Panthéon looking west towards the Eiffel Tower

Exterior of the Arab World Institute by architect Jean Nouvel & Architecture Studio

Exterior of the Arab World Institute by architect Jean Nouvel & Architecture Studio

Inside the ladies restroom in the Arab World Institute

Inside the ladies restroom in the Arab World Institute

View of Notre-Dame from Arab World Institute

View of Notre-Dame from Arab World Institute

Place des Vosges

Place des Vosges

Centre Pompidou by architects Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers

Centre Pompidou by architects Renzo Piano & Richard Rogers

Canal Saint-Martin

Canal Saint-Martin

Pink Flamingo Pizza by Canal Saint-Martin

Pink Flamingo Pizza by Canal Saint-Martin

Day 2

Paris Plages

Paris Plages

Flowers at Marche d'Aligre

Flowers at Marche d’Aligre

Picnic in Square Armand Trousseau

Picnic in Square Armand Trousseau

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