8 Best Souvenirs to Bring Back From Paris

Don’t bring back a plastic keychain from Paris! The City of Lights has so much more to offer. So, you’ve finally booked your dream Paris vacation…way to go! Get ready to eat lots of bread and cheese, drink delicious wine, see all of the sites, and (hopefully) go on a few Sight Seeker’s Delight walking[…]

The Ultimate Guide to Your Day on the Canal Saint-Martin

Look no further for the best advice on what to do on the Canal Saint-Martin in Paris! The Canal Saint-Martin is one of my favorite areas of Paris. It is pretty unknown to tourists and Paris novices – I lived here for 6 months for my semester abroad without ever stepping foot near the canal![…]

5 Unique Rainy Day Paris Activities

Claire worked and wrote for Sight Seeker’s Delight for 7 years – read more here. Paris is most beautiful under the rain… if you know where to go. This article was originally posted on 2 June 2016, but has been updated with new information. Paris is lacking a little vitamin D right now… but that[…]

2017 Paris Holiday Market Guide

Upated Paris Christmas Markets, everything you need to know: which markets are best, opening days, pros, cons, and a map Do you call it Marché de Noël? Christmas market? Holiday market? Christkindlmarkt? Well, whatever you call it, these little markets are an pretty fun part of winter in Paris. But there are so many of[…]

6 Paris Souvenirs for a Sweet Tooth

Skip the eiffel tower shirts and come home with some delicious, unique souvenirs instead. Picture this – it’s your last day in Paris. You’ve seen all of the major monuments, the stunning architecture, and the pretty parks. You’ve drank the wine, you’ve had some laughs, you’ve maybe even done a few tours with us! You’ve[…]

Le Rocketship for unique souvenirs and great coffee

Have you heard about SoPi? It’s a neighborhood that’s been becoming more bohemian-chic as the years go on… Am I talking about a New York borough? A London neighborhood? No, folks: this is SoPi, South Pigalle, Paris. And if you need a good cup of coffee and a unique souvenir, take a walk with me…[…]

Paris Christmas Markets and Local Delicacies

Many people might wonder, why visit Paris in the ‘off season’ (November – January)… when really there is so much that Paris has to offer during this time! Yes it can be a wee bit chilly some days, but the lines are infinitely quieter for all the major tourist attractions. Not only that, but if you[…]