When it comes to planning your summer break, you can often feel like you have too many options to choose from. Whether you’re going away with friends or family, your significant other or even traveling alone, the world really is your oyster. From different spots around the country, across Canada and even South America, to across the pond in Europe and even further afield, you’ve got every different climate and culture to consider. But, if you’re tired of heading on the same old beach vacation, why not opt for a city break instead?
Guest post contributed by Marie Nieves
When spring comes to Paris the humblest mortal alive must feel that he dwells in paradise. – Henry Miller
Spring might just be the ideal season for visiting Paris; the sun doesn’t set for 16 hours; the weather is warm, yet not too warm; the trees are blooming; the outdoor food markets are crowded and there is a series of events (music festivals, art exhibitions, etc.) taking place between March and June. If you are lucky enough to find yourself in the Ville Lumière in springtime, here are some things you should do and see in order to capture the blossoming spirit of this marvelous city.
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