Here are some photos from our last Eurotrip back in February, see part 1 of the winter journal here.

No visit to Paris would be complete without spending an afternoon in Merci. You can spend so much time in this concept store browsing their carefully curated objects, and end your visit having a cup of coffee/cocoa/tea in the Used Book Cafe, the cafe connected to the main store.

Merci / Used Book Cafe
111 Boulevard Beaumarchais, 75003 Paris
Open everyday 10AM–7:30PM, Closed on Sunday

Shag jacket, Free People. Knit top, Zara. Boots, Timberland. See similar shopping guide for this look at the end of this post.

If you’re in Marais, you definitely shouldn’t miss the gorgeous Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis church. The French/Italian Baroque style interior of the church is just as breathtaking as the outer facade, with beautiful religious paintings adorning the walls, post French Revolution furnitures and a majestic pipe organ.

Eglise Saint-Paul-Saint-Louis
9 Rue Saint-Antoine, 75004 Paris

Déli-Cieux is located on the 9th floor of the Printemps Haussman department store. Although they serve okay brunch and self service coffee, the panoramic view of Parisian rooftop on the outdoor terrace will take your breath away. This is hands down my favorite place to enjoy the sunset in the city.

Déli-Cieux – Printemps Haussman
64 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, France
Open Everyday 9:35AM–8PM, closed on Sunday


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