With your family guides have all the inside knowledge and advice for a trouble-free holiday full of fabulous memories for all the family. Discover a destination with: World-class art galleries and cultural experiences The magical Disneyland(r) Resort Famous monuments and a captivating history Quirky backstreet second-hand stores and chic boutiques Fantastic gourmet food markets and family-friendly restaurants Accommodation from self-catering apartments to family-run hotels Let Frommer's show you where your family can: Be wowed by fantastic fireworks and fabulous parades Discover the highest, most impressive views of the city Find the best markets for packing the perfect picnic Have your portrait drawn by an artist in Montmartre View Impressionist art in an old railway station Visit the exquisite 'Sun King's' palace
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About the Author. An Additional Note.A 1. Family Highlights of ParisA & Disneyland(r). Best Family Experiences. Top Attractions for Teens. Best Museums. Best Accommodation. Best Eating Options. 2. Planning a Family Trip to Paris. Visitor Information. Fast Facts: Paris. 3. From the Louvre to the Champs-ElysA(c)es What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 4. Invalides to the Eiffel Tower & Chaillot Quarters. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 5. From OpA(c)ra & the Grands Boulevards to Montmartre. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 6. From ChAteletA & Les Halles to the Marais & Bastille. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 7. From St Germain-des-PrA(c)s to Luxembourg & Montparnasse. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 8. A le de la Cite, A le St-Louis & the Latin Quarter. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 9. DisneylandA(r)A Resort Paris. Essentials. What to See & Do. Family-friendly Accommodation. Family-friendly Dining. 10. Five of the Best: Must-sees in Outer Paris & A le de France. The Insider. Index.
Anna Brooke began her love affair with France on a camping trip in Brittany aged 13. After studying French and European Studies at university, she moved to Paris in 2000 and has spent the last 8 years as a freelance travel writer for a variety of publications (Time Out, Financial Times, Alastair Sawdays, Dorling & Kindersley) and Frommer's, for whom she also wrote the Day by Day guide to Provence and the Riviera, the MTV Guide to France and updated the Day by Day guide to Paris. When she is not travel writing, she sings in an electro band called Monkey Anna (www.myspace.com/annaebrooke) and is an actress (three years performing in a cabaret, films, music videos and ads). She is currently looking to host her own TV travel progrramme. Any offers are welcome; contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.