Where’s Baby B: Strolling around Paris, France

Where’s Baby B: Strolling around Paris, France

On our trip to Paris we wandered the city on foot, checking out its iconic sites – Eiffel Tower, Louvre, Arc du Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Moulin Rouge and Sacré-Cœur Basilica (which offers some of the best views of Paris).

Baby B was a trooper and he actually napped on the go in his stroller for the first time (we hope this trend continues!). We lucked out with the weather, blue skies and perfect temperatures, so most of our traveling around the city was on foot. We even stumbled upon a new neighborhood (well, new to us anyways), the Latin Quarter. We had no idea it existed and it was the perfect place for an afternoon beer and snack.

We didn’t go up The Eiffel Tower this time since it was a hot day and we didn’t want to wait in the 4 hour line-up. We suggest if you really want to go to the viewing point, plan ahead. You can reserve a time and prepay for your tickets to visit The Eiffel Tower which will save hours of waiting.

Although Paris is known for not being very baby friendly we think everyone should visit Paris with or without baby. But if you do go to Paris with a baby there are a couple things you need to know to be prepared.

Here are some photos of Baby B in Paris, France.

Daddy and Baby B in front of The Eiffel Tower

Baby B enjoying in his Peg Perego stroller

In front of Notre Dame

Mommy and Baby B at The Eiffel Tower

Daddy and Baby B in front of the Louvre

Walking around Notre Dame

Giving Baby B a quick feed on the go!

The famous Moulin Rouge

Having fun at The Eiffel Tower

Taking a break for some playtime on the grass

Shopping for some gifts

And… someone needs a nap!


Have you been to Paris? Do you have any baby travel tips to share?
Share your experience in the comments section below!


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2 Responses to “Where’s Baby B: Strolling around Paris, France”

  • We are planning a trip to France in September with our son who will be 13 months at that time. Are you able to take strollers into the churches/museums etc? We would like to do a European trip but are worried that we won’t be able to enjoy the main sites with a 1 year old. Do you have suggestions for other European travel with a 1 year old?

    • Whenever I have that problem I blame gnomes. Car key gnomes, remote control gnomes, memory key gnomes (I’m still looking for that one). You have Pflarzgtaff cereal bowl gnomes and bra gnomes.

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