It’s true what everyone says, Paris is simply one of the most beautiful cities on Earth. So even with only a couple of centimes in your pocket, you can whip up magic and fun as you explore the city from one arrondissement to the next. Imagination is the key. As Einstein once said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge." When you hold this quote close to your heart as you forge your paths of discovery across Paris, you will find your knowledge about Paris, about French history, about architecture, art, religion and many other facets of culture, enriched exponentially when you allow your imagination to lead rather than your pocketbook.
One of the best free things to do in Paris is take a walk in the rain. Anywhere, really, will do. You could walk across the bridges of the Seine, or along the banks of the River, or perhaps across the Champs de Mars or even through the Jardin des Tuileries.
A treasure hunt to find both of the Statues of Liberty that grace Paris is another day’s activity good for young and old alike. The search will take you to and through different parts of the city, making it a fabulous sightseeing tour as you pay homage to this emblem of friendship and solidarity that characterizes the centuries of Franco-American friendly relations.