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TRY­ING TO SEE IT ALL WITH KIDS IN TOW?

Try the Ba­to­bus, a float­ing tour boat with nine stops along the Seine and the op­tion to em­bark and dis­em­bark as much as you like. It of­fers 180-de­gree views of some of the best land­marks as well as con­stant dis­trac­tion for ju­nior trav­el­ers.

After your day cruise, walk to Jardin des Tui­leries for a ride on the Grande Roue de Paris fer­ris wheel. Once your stom­ach has set­tled, there are two op­tions close by for a sweet treat. Pick out your fa­vorite fla­vor of mac­aron at Pierre Hermé or scoop up a rose-shaped gelato at the Amorino gelato stand.

For a more grounded ex­pe­ri­ence, get the cam­era ready and head to the Musée Grévin to see and be seen with more than 400 wax fig­ures of celebri­ties, sports stars, and car­toon char­ac­ters.

Fer­ris wheel at Jardin des Tui­leries

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