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Travel guide - Paris with kids

Feb 15, 2024

Paris, the city of love, with its magical atmosphere. The city that is known for its history, food culture, and timeless beauty served as a muse for our newest UV Swimsuit Coco - Paris. Explore the inspiration behind this limited edition, because Paris will surely steal your heart, and your kids' hearts, with twinkling lights and buttery croissants on every corner.

Where to eat in Paris


Mamiche stands out when it comes to bakeries in Paris. This neighborhood bakery has it all, from crusty baguettes to fluffy croissants. As they say, love goes through the stomach, right? Mamiche is located near Montmartre, a neighborhood that has the charm of a village and is perfect for a stroll.

Where to eat in Paris

Girafe Paris

Girafe Paris not only has the most amazing view (and food ;)), but its stunning interior, mesmerizing atmosphere, and delicious food combine to create an unforgettable experience. With such a location, there's no need to worry about entertaining the kids while you enjoy your food, the breathtaking view alone can keep them entertained for hours.

Where to eat in Paris

Chez Janou

Chez Janou is a classic that can’t be missed - it’s the perfect place for either lunch or dinner. It’s the ultimate French restaurant, located in the middle of one of Paris’ best neighborhoods: Le Marais. The menu couldn’t be more French, featuring all the classics. And best of all: their chocolate mousse will leave you dreaming about it forever.

Where to stay in Paris


The founder of Zadig & Voltaire has established this 5-star hotel in the brand's former headquarters, and everything about it exudes Parisian charm. References to the past are elegantly incorporated throughout. It’s kid-friendly and within walking distance of everything, offering a classic Parisian experience.

Where to stay in Paris

The Hoxton

The Hoxton always knows how to pick the best locations - it’s centrally located but not too busy. The characteristic old French building is renovated with trendy interior that makes you want to hang out at the hotel as much as possible. Plus, they have a great restaurant, bar, and kids' amenities.

Where to stay in Paris

Four Seasons George V

It’s worth a trip to Paris only to stay at the amazing Four Seasons Hotel George V. The attention to detail is shown in every single step of the way in this hotel, which makes it a true experience. Also, for kids, the lovely staff will do anything to make it memorable, and Paris already their favorite - teach them young ;)

Where to play in Paris

Le Jardin de Luxembourg

Paris has numerous parks and gardens to explore when you fancy a walk, a little bit of chilling, or a picnic with your freshly baked pastries. Le Jardin du Luxembourg is one of the most relaxing and fun for kids. In the Grand Bassin duck pond, kids can play with adorable sailboats, a 90-year-old tradition. There are no batteries, no remote controls; each kid is given a long stick that's theirs to push the boat and see it sailing across the water.

Where to play in Paris


Paris is bursting with the most beautiful (ánd really fun) carousels. One of the classics is the Trocadéro carousel: a typical Parisian carousel (with retro look and lantern lighting) overlooking the Eiffel Tower (Jardins du Trocadéro - Quai Branly, 75007 Paris). Another favorite is the one close to the Sacré Coeur, Montmartre (Place Saint-Pierre, 75018 Paris). And one of Paris’ most beautiful gardens, Jardin des Tuileries,  has one too (Place de la Concorde, 75001 Paris)

where to play in Paris

Bassin de la Villette

If you’re visiting Paris during the summer, it can get pretty warm. If you'd like to play in the water with your kids, Bassin de la Villette in northeast Paris is the place to be. The pool is divided into sections, with one area specifically designed for kids.