24 Hours in Paris

24 Hours in Paris

Vital team days out… but with a bit of a difference. On the opportunities that we have as a team to take a day (or two!) to ourselves, we try and get ourselves to somewhere we can find some fresh inspiration and see what we can do and see in 24 hours. We have already taken on Amsterdam and last year we decided to take on Paris.

Whilst we know 24 hours to see both cities is never going to be enough, we have outlined the highlights of our trip below for a whistle stop tour, we think we smashed it. Feel free to take ideas, write down restaurant names and districts or just take on the whole tour… the world is your oyster as they say.



Eurostar to Paris from St. Pancras.


Head to our hotel in Montparnasse (for anyone interested, we stayed at Hôtel Apollinaire, 39 rue Delambre, 75014 Paris) via the metro from Gare du Nord.


Dinner at Le Relais de l’Entrecôte, 101, Bld du Montparnasse – 75006. Traditional Parisian restaurant, think plates of cheese, loads of red wine and Steak Frites.


Visit the Montparnasse Tower and view the whole city from the rooftop bars (56th floor).


Drinks on Boulevard Edgar Quinet.



Breakfast at Coffee Odessa – traditional Brasserie Montparnasse.


Make our way to Atelier des Lumières, 38 rue Saint Maur 75011 Paris – an immersive art exhibition devoted to the main figures in the Viennese art scene Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.


Lunch at The Paname Brewing Company, 41 bis Quai de la Loire 75019. Located in an old warehouse on the banks of the Bassin de la Villette – the largest artificial body of water in Paris – PBC is a place for beer connoisseurs, amateurs, and anyone simply looking to have a good time.


Head to Sacre-Couer for a flying visit.


Travel back to Gare du Nord for the Eurostar home.