What do you get when you put 10 Dutch bloggers on a train to Paris, let them gather stories and photos on things to see and do in the city and then send them back to Amsterdam that same evening?
A lot of fun, indeed, but also a fantastic collaborative eBook full of personal tips that is now available for you to download.
(it’s in Dutch, yes, but the tips are really worth it, so call your Dutch friends to translate or quickly hop onto Google Translate, any questions, let us know)
Amsterdam to Paris, just 3 hours with NS International
What to do in Paris in just 1 day?
Oh boy, what a difficult question. You can probably spend ten years in Paris and still not have seen everything.
To help you narrowing down your many, many options, the NS Bloggers have done their best to give you tips from their own expertise. That way, we hopefully give you some great ideas on things to see, do and experience around the city, exactly about the kind of topic you are interested in.
Want to know what that looked like? Well, like this:
The Dream Team – Photo Credit: Bloggers Network
The chapters from the eBook (written during the actual journey itself) are:
- TRAVEL: Nathalie about Unique Places in Paris
- ART: Eva about Cultural Hotspots in Paris
- FASHION: Igrien about Spotting Style in Paris
- FOOD: Kelly about Tasty Stops in Paris
- MUSIC: Vince about the Hip Music Scene in Paris
- BOOKS: Nienke (me!me!) about Places for Booklovers in Paris
- BUDGET: Milou about a Cheap Day in Paris
- SUSTAINABLE: Anouck about Must-do’s with a Green Theme in Paris
- KIDS: Judith about Kids Proof Paris
- MEN: Rick and Sander about Must-do’s for (young) Men in Paris
What to do in Paris? With no less dan 35 locations in Paris, this eBook is the ultimate planner for your next trip to Paris.
Hard at work (and some wine) on the way back – Photo Credit: Bloggers Network
What would YOUR reason for travelling to Paris be?
Check out all the participating bloggers here:
Disclaimer: This campaign was developed by NS International and Bloggers Network. I received a complimentary train ticket and a day fee, allowing me to do my own research during the day. As they gave me complete editorial freedom, all photos and opinions in this article (except for the 2 Instagram photos of Bloggers Network) and my chapter of the eBook are 100% my own. And I’m proud of it!
Are you planning a trip to Paris? Which tips from the eBook will you use?
Thank you for sharing this article on ‘What to do in Paris’ on Pinterest. Also don’t forget to share the eBook with any of your friends, colleagues or family members travelling to Paris. It’s in Dutch, but I’m sure you Google Translate can help you.
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