Going solo for your trip to Paris? Here are our tips for you

Paris for solo travelers

Paris for singles

Paris for singles

Paris is commonly recognised as not only the world`s fashion capital, but also its most romantic city. How can you spend a week there on your own and not go mad? What to see, where to go, what to do?

Tips for solo Paris visitors


If you’re on your own in Paris, don’t panick! In order not to feel like a lonely single in the city made for couples, here are some practical tips, as well as places and ideas that will let you have a great time in Paris.

Tips and suggestions

What you need to do on your won in Paris

Paris, a world melting pot of fashion

Paris is known as the city of fashion. The greatest couturiers such as Coco Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, or Jean-Paul Gaultier, come from the Marianne region, and this is not by chance. France has been known for many years as one of the most artistic countries, and it is obvious that fashion is not to be outdone. The British capital also claims to be the most trendy city on the planet. As far as fashion is concerned, in London anything is possible! With its codes rooted in royalty and tradition, but just as much in rebellion, British fashion is singular and irreverent. A label that has been sticking to her clothes for a long time. For more information, visit Crystal Elegance UK.

Cafés and beautiful terraces

Get ready for a round of shopping

Get ready for a round of shopping

Meet nice people in Paris

Meet nice people in Paris

love story in Paris

How about a love story in Paris?

Cafés in Paris

It has been proven by French films that the greatest love stories have their beginnings in cosy little cafés! Have a look at the list of places you might want to drop by!

You should bear in mind, however, that sme cafés tend to be quite expensive and brimming with tourists, which is why it makes more sense to look for interesting places in quieter parts of Paris.

Best places for a drink in Paris

Café de Flore

Located in Rue St. Benoit, decorated in the Art Deco style, in the past frequented by celebrities such as the French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre.

Glamourous Paris

Don’t worry, Paris is still as glamourous when you’re alone as it is when you’re not!.