Here's our list of traveler recommendations in Paris tagged as 'Good Place to Drink' . Click 'X' to remove this filter and browse all of our top local travel recommendations.
Results 1–13 of 13
Paris is a great place to go wine tasting. Sparkling Champagne, vintage reds or crisp white wines – whichever you prefer, follow the lead of an expert sommelier and you’ll never drink cask wine ...
Experience traditional recipes and methods for preparing French cuisine and indulge your passion for cheese, pastries, chocolate and wine as you explore Paris. Fine food, wine, and the gourmet spirit ...
We have to agree, there’s nothing more French than Champagne. To see where the legend began, visit the sacred town of Reims, known for its role in consecrating the kings of France as well as its ...
As if Paris wasn’t gorgeous enough by day, at night it becomes a seductress of lights and shadows with that grand dame, the Eiffel Tower, shining the brightest light of all. Lit up from top to ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, September 2012
It’s a city for indulging the senses: sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch. Paris
just makes you feel alive. French food in particular is renowned for
waking up the tastebuds but can you do it ...
Written by Chou Fleur, Australia, October 2010
France is a great place to go wine tasting.
There are 3 simple rules: look, smell, taste!
At this stage the professional taster will spit the wine out, while the amateur taster (like myself) will ...
Have you ever gone to a restaurant with a girlfriend, been given a
wine menu and sat reading through it as if it were in a foreign
language? Well, fair enough, sometimes it is, but it is still a ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
First, have the right attitude. Paris
is a city that likes to be watched. Parisians dress well and promenade
past the cafes where the rest of the city sits for hours just watching
people go by. ...
Written by Christine, USA, January 2013
Documented by the sometimes whimsical paintings of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and continuing to capture our imagination today, the tradition of Paris cabarets dates back to early 1880s, when Le Chat ...
Written by Viator, July 2011
Ah, Paris. How can one city epitomise so much that’s good about life? Food, history, art, food, fashion, culture, food, architecture, wine – and did we mention food? No trip to Paris is complete ...
Written by Jodi R, Germany, August 2011
Tour Montparnasse 56 Observatory gives the
most spectacular view of the city of lights, offering a restaurant and a
terrace on the top floor complete with a helipad for those special
visits. The ...
Written by Christine, USA, February 2013
The Champagne Region of France is the perfect side trip for the Paris visitor – different enough to give you a good idea of what’s happening outside of the City of Light, but close enough not to take ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
Finally a dream has come true – Paris now has a bar for sleeping. That might sound lame – and many people have scoffed – but I think it’s genius. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken ...
Results 1–13 of 13
Want to share your own recommendation?
Find Recommendations by Type
- Church / Cathedral
- Good for Kids
- Good Place to Eat
- Good Place to Shop
- Good Views / Viewpoint
- Holy Place
- Must-Do Experience
- People Watching
- Plaza / Square
- Popular with Locals
- Shopping / Entertainment Center
- Street / Avenue
- Tip - Dos & Don'ts
- Tip - General Travel
- Tip - Transport
- UNESCO Heritage Site
- Cultural Experience
- Good Place to Relax
- Good Place to Sleep
- Holiday Activity
- Live Music
- Monument - Historical
- Nature & Wildlife
- Off-the-Beaten Path
- Park / Garden
- Photo ID required
- Picnic Spot
- Pop Culture
- Religious Experience
- Statue / Monument
- Sunrise / Sunset
- Theme Park
- Tip - Family Travel
- Tip - Suggested Itineraries
- Tip - What to See & Do
- Town / City
- Viator Top Pick
Buy 2 Paris Tours,
Save 20% on your 3rd
Celebrate Paris! Buy 2 tours and save 20% on your 3rd! Can't decide between Versailles Palace, the Louvre Museum or a Dinner Cruise on the Seine? Or day trips to Normandy, Champagne or Mont Saint Michel? Try a cooking lesson, take a pastry tour and finish it up with some French wine! You can do it all! Book before May 31st to save 20% on your 3rd tour!