4-day Paris itinerary: see the best of Paris in 4 days

A 4-day Paris itinerary allows you to visit the city’s most iconic monuments and museums but also to soak up the atmosphere… and eat plenty of macarons. While two-day Paris itineraries seem to be very popular, there’s only so much you can see in just a weekend. So, either you miss out on a lot of Paris must-see sites or your program will be so full that you won’t be able to stop and smell the roses… or should I say the croissants?

We’ve personally been to Paris over a dozen times, usually on day trips from Belgium, and still haven’t seen all its gems. That’s why we’d recommend you to spend at least three, preferably even four days in Paris. Here’s our take on the quintessential 4-day Paris itinerary. Hint: A visit to Versailles is included.


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Map of this Paris 4 day itinerary

We’ve created a map featuring all Paris must-see gems mentioned in this article. It will help you visualize the itinerary and decide which highlights you want to experience during your 4 days in Paris.

Paris Pass is perfect for your 4 day Paris itinerary
Go Paris Card is perfect for your 4 day Paris itinerary

Day 1: Classic Paris itinerary

Eiffel Tower & Champs de Mars

Make sure to purchase fast track entry tickets to the Eiffel Tower so that you have plenty of time to complete your 4 days Paris itinerary

This iconic Paris monument has been putting its mark on the city’s skyline since 1889 when it was presented to the public during the World Fair. That was also a symbolic year, exactly 100 years after the French Revolution. With a height of 300 m (1,000 ft), the Eiffel Tower became the tallest tower in the world at the time. Gustave Eiffel was in charge of the construction of this landmark, which was completed in just over 2 years.

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited Parisian sites, which means there’s no escaping the crowds. And if you or your travel companions insist on actually visiting then it’s essential to plan your visit waaaaay beforehand, especially in summer. You can buy your tickets with time slot via this site. Also, make sure to wait at the right pillar since the south one only offers stairway access. Guess how we found out…?

As of June 2020, some additional safety measures are in place in order to control the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • All visitors aged 12 and older are required to wear a protection mask.
  • The elevators are not in use, access to the tower is only possible via the stairway.
  • Since the 3rd floor is only accessible by elevator, it has been closed for now.

Should you prefer to join a guided tour, then here are some options:

You either love it or you hate it but it does, for a fact, have its place in the Paris skyline. The thing is, if you watch the skyline from the Eiffel tower then the views over Paris just don’t look the same to me. So, would I recommend adding a visit to this iconic monument to your Paris itinerary? Probably not… but I’m sure my little girl would disagree.
What I can appreciate, is a picnic at the Champs de Mars, the green space in between the Eiffel tower and the Military School.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included only with the GoCity Paris Explorer Pass and optional with the Paris Passlib’. But even in this case, you need to book your time slot beforehand.

Les Invalides

The Dôme des Invalides is a must-see Paris monument and one that’s easy to locate thanks to its shimmering golden dome. The Hôtel National des Invalides was built in the 17th century under Louis XIV and served as a hospital for veterans. Today it is part of the Musée de l’Armée or Military Museum and houses the Emperor’s tomb (Napoleon I).

Musée Rodin

When you plan a trip to Paris then make sure to include the Rodin Museum to your Paris itinerary

We’re no fans of huge museums but prefer admiring art in an intimate and personal setting. That’s why the Rodin Museum is one of our favorites. The famous French sculpture’s collection of statues and drawings is housed in the Hôtel Biron, a gorgeous mansion in the heart of Paris where Auguste Rodin actually lived. Several pieces, including the famous statue The Thinker, can be admired in the enchanting garden behind the mansion. This museum is a true gem and therefore definitely deserves a spot in this 4 day Paris itinerary.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.

Lunch suggestion: Garance

We can highly recommend restaurant Garance, a fresh and delicious farm to table concept.

Musée d’Orsay

Learn about how to create the perfect Paris itinerary that includes all must-sees such as this Orsay Museum

Housed in one of the most impressive buildings in Paris, the former Gare d’Orsay railway station, you’ll find the Orsay Museum. The collection of impressionist art it presents is unrivaled. You’ll find paintings of Monet, Cézanne, Degas and Manet to name a few.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass. However, only the Paris Pass offers fast-track access.

Pont Alexandre III

Cross the Seine on the iconic bridge that connects the Rive Gauche or Right Bank and the Rive Droite or Right Bank while enjoying the gorgeous views. You’ll be crossing many bridges during your 4 days in Paris but this one is pretty special.

Champs-Élysées & Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triumph should be on top of your list, whether you're planning to visit Paris in 3 days or in 4

Enjoy an afternoon walking tour along the famous Champs-Élysées until you reach the Place de l’Étoile, where 12 grand lanes meet. Look up to the Arc de Triomphe. It’s a symbol of victory, originally built to honor Napoleon’s triumph in Austerlitz in the early 19th century. After the first World War, the French army proudly marched under the Arc de Triomphe and so it became their symbol. The Memorial Flame burns at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier who lost his life during World War I.
Climb the 384 steps and admire the view over the City of Lights. Or witness the eternal flame being relit at 6.30 pm every evening.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to the Arc de Triomphe is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.

Dinner suggestion: Signature Montmartre

Hop on metro 2 direction Nation from Charles de Gaulle Etoile to Anvers and you’ll find this gem in a privileged location. The dishes are just as artistic as the Montmartre area and they’re packed with flavor.
An alternative could be restaurant l’Arcane, uphill Montmartre, where you can let the chef surprise you with the menu of the day.

Montmartre with Sacré-Cœur, Place du Tertre & Moulin Rouge

The Sacre Coeur should be included on any 3 day Paris itinerary

Time for an evening stroll around Montmartre to end this first day of your Paris itinerary. The climb is steep but oh so rewarding. Or you could take the funicular all the way up to the Sacré-Cœur and take in the views of the City of Lights. If you want to get an even better view (and you have some energy left), then take the 300 steps to the Dome. The entrance is located outside the basilica on the left. Closing time is 8 pm from May to September and 5 pm from October to April. We haven’t made it up there yet, unfortunately, but we hope to do so next time we’re visiting Paris.

Now make your way through the cobblestone streets behind the Sacré-Cœur to watch the artists at the open-air art gallery Palce du Tertre. Highly touristic but still a must-see in Paris. There’s plenty of little streets to explore, including the Rue de l’Abreuvoir, where you’ll find the famous pink house, or the uber-charming Place Dalida. When it’s time to head to your accommodation, you could opt to take the metro at the stop called Blanche to see the Moulin Rouge.

Day 2: Chic Paris itinerary

The Louvre Museum

Little girls starting the second of her three days in Paris itinerary at the Louvre

Start the second day of your 4-day Paris itinerary with a visit to one of the world’s most renowned museums: The Louvre. This stately building houses an incredible art collection, from French scupltures to Islamic arts and Egyptian antiquities to the most iconic paintings such as the Mona Lisa.
When you’ve completed your visit then take your time to admire the majestic 12th century building from the outside. It was originally built as part of a fortification along the Seine river but was transformed into a royal palace centuries later.

Again, it’s recommended to buy your ticket beforehand to avoid queuing. You also want to make sure that you decide on which collection to visit before your arrival. This art museum is so vast that you could easily spend all day there but, when you’re spending 4 days in Paris, that’s just not an option. That’s why we’d recommend to create your own itinerary around the Louvre’s must-see masterpieces. Or, you could admire one collection and follow one thematic trail such as, for example, Masterpieces, In Search of Ideal Beauty. When the visit’s over, take your time to take in the views outside of the Louvre.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass. However, only the Paris Pass offers fast-track access.

Tuileries Garden

This majestic garden is located just across from the Louvre and stretches to the he Place de la Concorde. It’s a lovely place to stroll and relax.

Lunch suggestion: The Westin Paris

Why have lunch at a hotel while you have all these Parisian restaurants in the area, right? Well, just have look at The Westin Paris Vendôme Summer Terrace or the Winter Garden (same spot, different season) and you’ll understand our obsession. It’s not too formal, not too informal but just right. Make sure to check it out when you visit Paris and head straight to the table with the swings.

Treat from Ladurée

Heaven is located a little down the street, across from The Westin. And by heaven, I mean Ladurée, the iconic macaron brand. It’s a must-visit in this 4 day Paris itinerary. Don’t you just love-love-love the colors? Our little ladies sure do!

If no amount of macarons can satisfy your appetite, you should consider learning how to make these little bundles of flavor yourself. Check out this private Cookly lesson or gift it to a loved one.

Cooking lesson when visiting Paris landmarks or spending 4 days in Paris

La Madeleine

The Eglise de la Madeleine, or Madeleine church, was designed as a Greek temple to honor the victory of Napoleon’s army. It’s often the scene for classical music concerts.

Treat at Fauchon

Another mandatory stop on this 4 day Paris itinerary. Be prepared to eat (and shop) your heart out since Fauchon is the epitomy of fine delicatessen and pastry. Indulge in one of the delicious eclairs, or two, or three… You get the idea.

Shopping

Macarons and eclairs, all in one afternoon? Time for some exercise, Parisian style: shopping. When you’re at the Boulevard Haussmann, you’re literally surrounded by department stores such as Galeries Lafayette and Printemps.

Palais Garnier

The Palais Garnier is a must-see on any Paris itinerary and there's hardly ever a waiting line

One of our favorite buildings in Paris is the Palais Garnier, breathing grandeur and opulence. The monumental staircase, chandeliers and mosaics are gorgeous and impressive. Attending an opera or ballet in the Palais Garnier performance ranks highly on our bucket list. Be prepared to spend some time in the gift shop as well, especially when you’re traveling with a little girl.

If you’re not quite done splurging, then you can take a final shopping spree by taking a small detour to the Place des Victoires on your way to the next stop.

Palais Royal

Sometimes overlooked but, in our opinion, an essential stop on this 4 day Paris itinerary is the Palais Royal. It is linked to some important names throughout history, such as the Cardinal Richelieu (who lived their), Molière (who performed in the Théâtre du Palais-Royal) and the Duc d’Orléans. Today, the Palais Royal still houses the Comédie Fançaise and serves as one of the prime locations of the Paris Fashion Week.

The Cour d’Honneur or Courtyard showcases the black and white striped Colonnes de Buren, designed by artist Daniel Buren. The Galerie d’Orléans leads to the Palace’s intimate garden, the Jardin du Palais Royal.

Le Bon Marché

The first department store in Paris is a must-stop on every Paris itinerary. The art-deco building is simply fabulous and houses various luxury labels. Fashionistas, be ware, because you’ll have a hard time leaving. Make sure to stop by the adjoining building, La Grande Epicerie, where you’ll find the best Paris gourmet food.

The Seine & The Pont des Arts

Father and daughter strolling along the Seine river during their visit to Paris

Enjoy an evening stroll along the Seine while soaking in the atmosphere and enjoying the stunning views of Ile de la Cité.

The Pont des Arts used to be full of locks but those have been removed for safety reasons. Glass has been added now to discourage fixing new locks. Put if you’re creative, you’ll be able to find a spot near, for example, a lamp post. We were lucky enough to see the original heavily locked bridge during a previous Paris visit.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A Seine River cruise is included with the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’, the GoCity Paris Explorer Pass and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.

Dinner suggestion: MuMi

Named after NYC’s Museum Mile, restaurant MuMi offers a refined cuisine with a touch of Asian flavors for a very reasonable price. It’s been on our list for some time but we haven’t made it there yet.

Day 3: Authentic Paris itinerary

Saint-Germain-des-Prés

The abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Prés is the oldest church in all of Paris and still the beating heart of this neighborhood. Quaint boutiques, lively cafés, art galleries and antique shops dot the charming streets.

Quartier Latin with Luxemburg Garden & Pantheon

Luxembourg Garden is an essential stop on your Paris 4 days itinerary

Make your way to the Jardin du Luxembourg or Luxemburg Garden, admire the monumental Medici fountain and smell the orchids and the roses.

End your stroll on the northeast side of the park and step into the Quartier Latin or Latin Quarter. This is student territory, an informal yet uber-charming neighborhood around the Sorbonne university. Bohemian Paris at its best, a gathering place for students, artists and writers. It’s also home to the Pantheon, where the remains of Victor Hugo, Voltaire and other great minds are kept.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to the Pantheon is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.

Treat at Un Dimanche à Paris

Time for a treat. Un Dimanche à Paris has built up quite a reputation when it comes to the a sumptuous chocolat chaud or hot chocolate.

Conciergerie & Sainte Chapelle

This is one of the highlights of day 3 of your 4 day Paris itinerary. Admire the impressive architecture surrounding the lovely flower market at the Ile de la Cité. This tiny island in the heart of Paris actually used to be an entire royal residence. In spring, the cherry blossoms add some magic to the Ile de la Cité.
The Sainte Chapelle, once housing the most exclusive relics of Christianity, is well worth a visit. Follow the spiral staircase and you’ll soon be admiring the 5 stained glass windows showing 1 113 scenes from the bible’s old and the new testament. The detailing is incredible.

The Conciergerie is the place where Marie Antoinette and hundreds of other enemies were imprisoned during the French Revolution. You can visit the dungeon where the Queen was held captive as well as the he Hall of the Soldiers where the employees used to dine.

Insider tip: Pass by the Tour de l’Horloge to catch a glimpse of the oldest clock in Paris. What’s truly amazing is that this 14th century masterpiece is still fully functional.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.

Notre Dame Cathedral

This gothic cathedral has been witnessing almost 7 centuries of Parisian history and had been standing proudly in the city’s epicenter… until that fatal day of 15th April 2019 when the heart of Paris caught fire.

Untill this wound will be healed and this magnificant landmark restored, you won’t be able to take the 387 steps to the gargoyles. Nor will you be able to visit the towers and the treasury.

Treat at Berthillon

A classic on every Paris itinerary, this tea house is most renowned for its delicious ice cream. Do take note that it’s closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and during peak summer season.
It’s located on the charming Saint-Louis en l’ile which is connected to the Ile de la Cité by a pedestrian bridge. This is such a lovely little place for a pleasant stroll.

Cooking lesson when visiting Paris landmarks or spending 4 days in Paris

Le Marais with Centre Pompidou, Place des Vosges & Maison de Victor Hugo

Fountain at the Place des Vosges in Paris France

Saving the best for last on this third out of four days in Paris: Le Marais, a slice of Jewish heritage. It’s a place where old and new coexist and where you’ll find art galleries, elegant boutiques, trendy restaurants.

If it’s modern art you’re looking to admire, then the Centre Georges Pompidou is where you need to go. The contemporary construction alone deserves a visit. Plus, it offers some pretty good views from the 6th floor, accessible by the escalator in the exterior transparent tube. Don’t forget to take a look at the Stravinsky fountain, the Centre Pompidou’s outdoor water sculpture.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to the Centre Pompidou is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass. However, only the Paris Pass offers fast-track access.

End the day at our favorite park, the picture-perfect Place des Vosges, named after the first region that paid taxes after the French Revolution. At n° 6 Place des Vosges you’ll find the Maison de Victor Hugo, where the author of Les Misérables lived for 16 years.

Dinner suggestion: Dice Caffe

We love the soft-toned interior in this little restaurant, located just steps from the Place des Vosges.

Day 4: Wider Paris itinerary

Palace of Versailles

A day trip to Versailles is the perfect addition to your Paris itinerary

On the final day of this 4-day Paris itinerary, we suggest to take a Paris to Versailles day trip. Versailles is located just outside of the City of Lights but it’s very easy to get there, either by public transportation or by car. (Do note that, should you go for that last option, you’ll need an Crit’air environmental sticker to drive within the Boulevard Périphérique.)

Oh, and while you’re there, you should try the afternoon tea at the Bar Galerie of the Waldorf Astoria Trianon Palace Versailles or at Alain Ducasse’s Ore.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to the Palace of Versailles is included with the Paris Museum Pass and therefore also the Paris Pass, the Paris Passlib’ and the GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass.
Transportation, however, is not included in any of these Paris cards. Also, do note that these passes allow you in the Gardens of Versailles too EXCEPT during the Musical Fountains Shows and the Musical Gardens shows.

Montparnasse Observation Deck

Paris skyline from the Montparnasse Tower Panoramic Observation Deck

We end this 4-day Paris itinerary in style, with the most spectacular view of the Paris skyline from the Montparnasse Tower Panoramic Observation Deck. All it takes is an elevator to the 56th floor and 3 sets of stairs. We would prefer this view over the one from the Eiffel tower anytime. The observation deck is open daily and you can visit until 11 pm on Friday and Saturday and until 10.30 pm on other days. It’s recommended to buy your tickets in advance.

Applicable Paris city pass options: A visit to this monument is included only with the Paris Pass and the GoCity Paris Explorer Pass.

If you just can’t get enough of these views the you can opt to dine at Le Ciel de Paris, at the 56th floor, right below the observation deck. No tickets required, just a dinner reservation. The food is certainly decent, not mindblowing, so it’s up to you to decide if the views are worth the price tag.

Alternative day trips from Paris

Have you’ve been to Versailles before or do you feel like exploring another region near Paris? Then here are some alternative suggestions for the fourth day of your Paris itinerary:

Paris City Vision is a one of the most trusted brands for organized day trips from Paris within France. Should you prefer to go out and about on your own, or if you’re heading to any of the Belgian cities mentioned, then you can check train timetables and rates on Eurail (non-EU passport holders) or Interrail (EU passport holders). We’d strongly recommend against renting a car – traffic is crazy – but if you’re determined, then you’ll find the best deals on Rentalcars.com or AutoEurope.

Visit the Loire Valley on a day tour from Paris

Practical travel tips for visiting Paris in 4 days

Museum closing days

Most museums close on either Monday (Orsay Museum, Rodin Museum, Palace of Versailles) or Tuesday (The Louvre Museum and Centre Pompidou). Take that into account when you’re planning this four day itinerary in Paris. You can check the full schedule of closing days via this link.

Getting around Paris

Metro in Paris

A 4 day Paris itinerary means you’ll be criss-crossing the city. As you can see on the map that goes with this article, we’ve tried to bundle the must-see sites as much as possible per day of exploration. Still, depending on your preference, at some point you’ll need some form of transportation. Several options exist to explore the City of Lights.

RER (Airport to Paris city centre)

When arriving in Paris on an international flight, you’ll most likely arrive in the Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). From there, you can take the RER train B to the city centre. If you arrive in Orly Airport (ORY) then, unfortunately, there’s no direct train to and you’re better off taking a taxi.

By metro

The Paris metro is a very convenient way to explore the city. Here’s a link to the official website. On weekdays, it operates from 5:30 AM to about 1:15 AM and on Friday and Saturday night until around 2:15 AM. You could purchase a separate Paris Visite travel pass for a set number of days (1, 2, 3 or 5) from one of the vending machines. Children pay half price. Or, you could opt for one of the Paris city passes which include acces to some Paris must-see sites. Continue reading to find out more.

On foot

When we visit a city, we tend to walk as much as we can. Why? Well, because hopping from one landmark to the other also means missing out much couleur locale in between. Plus, I always like to get a sense of the districts in a city. On our last day trip to Paris, we walked 22 km (over 13 mi) with the kids. That was pushing it, I admit, but still we had a wonderful day. We did hop on the metro to get to Montparnasse.

By boat

The Batobus River Seine Shuttle Boat is a great option to visit the highlights of this 4-day Paris itinerary that are located along the river. It’s a Seine river cruise in a hop-on hop-off concept.

Paris Pass is perfect for your 4 day Paris itinerary
Go Paris Card is perfect for your 4 day Paris itinerary

Paris city passes

Several city passes are available for visiting Paris:

Paris Pass:
– Comes in 2, 3, 4 and 6 day durations
– Incl. Paris Museum Pass
– Incl. many Paris attractions
– Incl. Versailles Palace
– Incl. Montparnasse Observation Deck
– Excl. Eiffel Tower
– Incl. fast-track entry to Louvre Museum, Orsay Museum, Centre Pompidou
– Incl. Paris Visite Pass for public transport
– Incl. 1-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour

Paris Passlib’:
– Comes in 2, 3 and 5 day durations
– Incl. Paris Museum Pass
– Incl. many Paris attractions
– Incl. Versailles Palace
– Excl.. Montparnasse Observation Deck
– Optional Eiffel Tower
– Fast-track entry to some but not all Parisian monuments
– Incl. Paris Visite Pass for public transport
– Incl. 1-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour

GoCity Paris Explorer Pass:
– Combine 3, 5 or 7 museums and attractions within 60-day timeframe
– 20+ Paris attractions
– Excl. Versailles Palace
– Incl. Montparnasse Observation Deck
– Incl. Eiffel Tower
– Incl. 1-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour

GoCity Paris All-Inclusive Pass:
– Comes in 2 day duration
– Incl. Paris Museum Pass
– Just a few Paris attractions
– Incl. Versailles Palace
– Excl. Montparnasse Observation Deck
– Excl. Eiffel Tower
– Incl. 1-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour

You may have noticed that, for every landmark mentioned in this Paris itinerary, we’ve indicated if a visit is included with any of these Paris city pass options.

Note that many Paris museums and monuments can be visited for free during the first Sunday of the month during fall and winter season. Also, several popular landmarks are free for people under 26. Click here to find out more.

Spending more than 4 days in Paris?

Sure, you can stay even longer and add the Catacombes, the Jardin des Plantes, the Atelier des Lumières and the Fragonard museum to this Paris itinerary. But let’s keep that for the next time you’ll be visiting. Oh yes, there will be a next time, trust us. There’s just so much to see that we keep going back for more. We visit Paris about every year and the city never ceases to amaze us.

Where to stay in Paris

Two little girls jumping on the bed during their 4 nights Paris trip

Since we’re lucky enough to live near Paris, we mostly take day trips. But occasionally, we do splurge.. and so should you! When you’re spending 4 days in Paris, you need a good bed to recover from all those impressions and explorations. Here’s a selection of our favorite boutique hotels in Paris:

Put this 4 day Paris itinerary to the test

Well, there you have it, our take on how to spend your 4 days in Paris. We’re pretty confident that his Paris itinerary will be a solid starting point for anyone visiting this fabulous city for the first time. It includes all must-see Paris monuments and museums as well as the very best of things to do in Paris and beyond.

We can’t wait to find out what you think about our 4-day Paris itinerary. Any thoughts, suggestions, additions? The comment box is all yours!

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