I love walking absolutely everywhere, it’s such a great way to see the city and find little places to shop, for lunch or a drink. The fastest way to get around the city is the metro. I always love getting a coffee from Café Kitsuné (there are three locations quite close to each other) and wandering through Palais-Royal or Jardin des Tuileries.
The Musée de l'Orangerie is beautiful, with Claude Monet’s paintings. Reserve your tickets online so you avoid the huge queue.
Le Petit Palais is so stunning — there’s a little cafe inside where you can sit and have coffee and a macaron, and a small gallery. Entry is free and one of the few paces in Paris that isn’t too busy.
Merci Paris in Le Marais is always a must visit when in Paris for homewares and gifts. There are also so many beautiful stores nearby.
Boot Cafe does amazing Aussie style coffee around the corner (it's super tiny!) I also love Le Marché des Enfants for lunch (Rose Kitchen is incredible) or to stock up on fresh produce. Then head to Place des Vosges for a little picnic in the sunshine.
Le Bon Marché is my favourite department store, I could get lost in there for hours. Wander down Avenue Montaigne (Jacquemus flagship) and Rue Saint-Honoré (Chanel, Rue Cambon) for the luxury Parisian shopping experience.
Seeing the Eiffel Tower is always so special. Head to the Pont Alexandre III bridge at golden hour or watch the Eiffel Tower twinkle at night — every hour on the hour after dark until 11.45pm.
If you’re looking for a Parisian cabaret show, I’ve heard from friends that Crazy Horse is incredible (more contemporary than the iconic Moulin Rouge). I’m looking forward to seeing the show for my birthday in May.