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  1. What a beautiful time to be in Paris. Love the photo of you reading under the tree and those macarons are to die for! Atowle|https://formationvacations.com/

  2. I have been to Paris many times, however I have always wanted to visit Paris solo without a travel companion or agenda. Thx for your post— it helps to have some ideas around being there solo!

  3. These are absolutely gorgeous photos of Paris! I feel Paris is such a good city to walk around solo.
    I’m so happy I found your blog again. I wasn’t a smart one and relied heavily on a word document of all the blogs I visited on a regular basis and lost your URL! I’ve got a lot of catching up to do 🙂

    Kirstin

  4. While reading this it made me realise i want to finish working on my career then travel the world creating stories… i love your article and most of all your photography.

  5. Paris is a very welcoming city for a solo female traveler. Lots to see and do, from museums to shopping to just looking at architecture (and people, of course) that are fine solo activities.
    At Café Flore, if you want to see famous Parisians, head upstairs, rather than to the terrace.

  6. I love visiting Paris solo! It’s a great city to explore on your own (even if it is the ‘capital of love’) because there’s just so much to do! I find it’s quite walkable, and it’s a wonderful city to get lost in the different arrondissements, laneways and streets. Essentially, it’s such a beautiful city just to relax and enjoy to yourself.

    Also, when I travel solo I like to stay busy and the great thing about Paris is there is so much to see and do. There’s an abundance of galleries and museums (on a recent visit, I discovered Musee de l’Orangerie which I loved), plus cathedrals, shopping, cemeteries and more. Can’t agree with you more that it’s a city where there’s always something to discover 🙂

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