The Most Instagrammable Spots in Paris

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1 – The Louis Vuitton Foundation

The Louis Vuitton Foundation is an extraordinary art and culture space opened in October 2014. The iconic glass building was designed by the architect Frank Gehry and is adjacent to the Jardin d’Acclimatation in the 16th arrondissement of Paris.
Exhibitions change frequently, check the foundation website for the latest info.

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2 – Place Vendôme

Place Vendôme is the home of luxury stores such as Chanel and the square is scattered with coloured doors that are a great background for pics.
P.s. there are literally hundreds of coloured doors in Paris, you can find them easily. :)

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3 – Palais Royal

If you like monochrome photos, this is the right place for you. The palace is very well known for its beautiful courtyard filled with monochrome plinths and pillars where you can take the clearest shots.

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4 – Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole

A few minutes away from Notre Dame, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole is a stunning Parisian cafe. Stop here for a cafe au lait and take pictures before you leave.

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5 – The clock at Musée d’Orsay

Head up to the 5th floor before visiting the museum’s main attractions, the clock is pretty impressive and is just perfect for silhouette photos.

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photo by Margo & Me

 

6 – Guerlain

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Guerlain is one of the most prestigious beauty brands in Paris. The flagship store, redesigned a few years ago, is on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, but you can find other branches around Paris. With stunning interior details, it is one of the most elegant stores in the city.
Guerlain, 68 avenue des Champs-Élysées

 

7 – Le Mur des Je t’Aime

 

The Mur des Je t’Aime -Wall of Love- is a must-see for couples (but not only, I saw a whole class taking selfies there) from all over the world. The mural features ‘I love you’ written in 250 languages and is one of the most-instagrammed monuments in Paris.

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8 – Merci

 

More than a concept store or a designer furniture store or a bookstore with a cafe, Merci is a magic place created in March 2009 in the heart of Haut-Marais.
A picture in the courtyard with the Fiat 500 is a must-have.

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9 – The Moulin Rouge

Colourful and quirky the Moulin Rouge, one of the most iconic Paris landmarks, is located in Pigalle, very close to one of my favourite neighbourhoods, Montmartre.
Today is one of the most famous cabarets in the world and you have to pay it a visit at night when the Moulin Rouge is all lighted up and shiny.

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10 – Where to sleep in Paris – Hotel Joséphine

If you are looking for an instagrammable hotel, here is a suggestion for you!
Hotel Josephine is a 4 stars hotel located in South Pigalle, only 5 minutes away from the Moulin Rouge.
The hotel is part of the HappyCulture Collection, a hotel collection with extraordinary decoration and unique atmosphere -> hint: good Instagram backgrounds. :)

Amenities in the room: TV, power sockets by the bed, hair dryer and toiletries in the bathroom.
Breakfast: The breakfast is a cozy room on the lower ground floor.
Fresh fruit, cereals, sausages and a selection of French pastries were available.

WiFi: WiFi is complimentary.

Special touch: When arrive at the hotel you will be given the Sesam Card so in each hotel of the HappyCulture network you can enjoy the following services: HappyTime, Nespresso machines, phone charger, luggage room, unlimited WIFI, umbrellas, business corner, conciergerie. Definitely a nice touch!

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