Top Tips When Travelling to Paris with a Baby or Toddler
While Paris is considered the most romantic city in the world, the thought of the only tourists being couples in love is really not the case. This beautiful city is rich is history and culture with lots of attractions and is a wonderful place to visit as a family.
Travelling with a baby or toddler is a handful at the best of times, so going prepared is an absolute must. The first thing you must take with you is a backpack carrier; you’ll be surprised how many places will ask you to leave your pushchair at the entrance, meaning you have to carry your child the rest of the way.
Unfortunately we have no control over our children and you’ll find you arrive at a museum ready to soak up some culture and your toddler falls asleep in their buggy. You cannot take it inside and there are stairs to get to all the exhibits, this is where travelling with the right backpack carrier makes all the difference.
Don’t get me wrong, Paris is children friendly, but a lot of the museums and attractions don’t allow pushchairs inside.
Aside from that there are fantastic family friendly restaurants to enjoy a meal out while holidaying in the area and there are beautiful parks where the children can run around and play while you sit back, relax and enjoy the magnificent scenery.