Je t’aime Paris!
My love for this city never wanes. It’s a city that I find so beautiful, and so satisfying to just walking around. I don’t mean sightseeing or hopping in and out of shops or museums, but just exploring. Enjoying the wonderful sights and sounds, it’s one of the best things you can do.
So if you ever visit Paris the first thing you should write in your itinerary: take a walk!
Paris is for lovers… and history fans, culture hounds, foodies, and shoppers of every kind. Happily, Paris is also for children. In fact, it has so much to offer travellers avec enfants that you could spend every family vacation here and still not cover it all.
So where to walk in Paris with children?
My little friends Anaelle, Lyne, Jade, Romane, Noam, Lena and Jules went for a walk along the Seine last Sunday afternoon. They walked – and they talked – all the way down to my favourite bridge in Paris, le Pont Bir Hakeim, where they met up with the photographer Ahmed Bahhodh.
Do you recognise this bridge that has a great view at the Eifel Tower? And if you havent had the chance to visit Paris yet, you might have seen it in the film Inception, Last tango in Paris, Munich…
From left to right: Anaelle, Jade, Romane, Noam, Lena and Jules.
Jade is wearing a dress by Zara Kids. Romane is wearing a ruffle top and yellow skirt by Louis Louise. Noam is wearing a jacket and shirt by Louis Louise, jeans and shoes by Zara Kids. Lena is wearing a jacket and skirt by Kids on the Moon and a T-shirt by Elsy. Jules is wearing a shirt and shorts by Le Carrousel Paris, socks by Collegien and shoes by BBK.
Romane is wearing a ruffle top and yellow skirt by Louis Louise.
Noam is wearing a jacket and shirt by Louis Louise.
Jules is wearing a shirt by Le Carrousel Paris.
Les enfants a Paris.
All photo’s taken by Ahmed Bahhodh
muha – Barbara Tagliati