Myself and my husband are staying at a hotel near disneyland paris for 5 nights mid june, we are having 2 days there for the children and 2 days to see paris, i realise this is a really short time to do a lot, so i have condensed my list to try and accommodate my 20month old (in buggy) and teenager and see as much as we can.....
Things id like to see.......
Notre dame Cathederal
Champs elysee and arch de triomphe
Jardin des tuileries
luxemburg gardens ( for children to chill and poss have picnic)
River cruise and a nice evening walk down the river.
I was thinking of getting the RER to charles de gaulle etoille (We are staying nr disney) and then getting the metro to trocadero (to see the eiffel tower as it looks quite far to walk??? Is it too far to walk? Is the metro easy with a buggy??
Visit eiffel tower and have picnic in champs de mars for lunch.
Afternoon i was thinking of the river tour and then making way to go for evening meal.
Can anyone suggest where we can eat in the evenings? Reasonable budget, child friendly? Any ideas for what to do after dinner, say from 6.30/7 till 9pm ish??
Get RER to charles de gaulle etoille again and walk from arch de triomphe along champs elysee, place de concorde and have picnic in jardin de tuileries (how long would this normally take?)
Afternoon visit Louvre and Notre dame cathederal (just to look at, not go in) then evening meal, again any suggestions perhaps in the latin quater?
After dinner a walk along river (which bit is the nicest?) Id love to see eiffel tower at night but with it being mid summer im thinking its going to be too late with little one to hang around till dark!
Is this a realistic itinery? And am i missing anything that i really MUST see??
Also is the RER ticket system and metro (if child friendly?) easy to work out?
Thanks in advance.