The Top 20 Travel Blogs in Paris in 2020
After extensive research, we’re proud to announce the 20 best blogs you can find for travelling to Paris as of 2020!
The selection process…
Travelling is about experiencing the best of what a new city can offer and a great place to find inspiration is in blogs. However, it can be a jungle to navigate through the many blogs and content you can find online. Therefore, our team has scoured the internet looking for the best travel blogs in Paris.
The 20 blogs that have made the final list have been selected following a selection according to 4 criteria:
- Quality of the content
- The practicality of the tips and pieces of advice
- Purpose of the blog
In this award, you will find talented photographers, skilled writers, wanderlust addicts, foodies, family travellers, and eco-friendly travellers. Additionally, it is necessary to mention that some websites awarded are not, strictly speaking, travel blogs. However, in every case, the usefulness of their tips or their great content have convinced us to include them.
All 20 blogs have made it as «Best 20 Travel Blogs in 2020» meaning the order is random.
We would like to congratulate all the bloggers that made the Top 20 thanks to their awesome work!
The nominated bloggers are more than welcome to put the badge on their website and share their nomination with their readers!
Auston and David, the minds behind Two Bad Tourists, met in 2006. Together they traveled the world, visiting more than 35 countries, to finally land in Spain, and they never left! Two Bad Tourists is the perfect blog for LGBT travelers, focused on international gay-friendly destinations. dining, gay nightlife, hotels, gay tours, sightseeing, and more.
If you’re visiting Paris, check out TwoBadTourists’ Paris guide for the best compilation of tips and hot, gay-friendly spots around the French capital.
The Blonde Abroad
The Blonde Abroad is the go-to website for solo and female travel around the world for all women, by women. Kiki is a California native, who, not too long ago left her career in corporate finance to become a world traveller. Since quitting her job, she has travelled to over 70 countries and has knocked some big adventures off her bucket list.
Following The Rivera
On The Luce
On the Luce provides inspiration and advice to help you make the most of your travel time and get a taste of luxury on a budget – in the UK, Europe and beyond. The site highlights the sights, culture and experiences that make each place unique. It combines inspirational stories and beautiful photos with all the useful details you need to make the trip a reality. From weekend break ideas to rail adventures, reviews of quirky accommodation to unusual spots on your favorite destinations.
Kasia Writes is about travelling with a historical perspective and culture of the places she visits. Kasia likes to bring her readers to places most have only read about or seen in movies. It’s as she walks in the footsteps of those that came before us and brings the readers along for the ride. While it might not appeal to everyone, those who like travel, history and interesting stories will definitely enjoy it.
It’s definitely not meant to be a history lesson, rather a reflection on the places she visits and why they are important. Some of them are places she has learned about and wants to see for herself. Others are ones that she has always wanted to see. Kasia hopes to inspire her readers to learn more about the places they visit so they can become responsible travelers.
Travel Mamas is one of the world’s most popular travel blogs. Their mission is to help parents and their children connect with each other and the world around them through travel and beyond. The site provides travel tips, packing lists, and stories for parents and caregivers who want to travel with children. While Travel Mamas’ focus is on travelling with kids, they also cover grown-up getaways like romantic vacations and girlfriend retreats because sometimes parents need a break, too! If you are about to bring children on your trip to parents, you know what to do!
Helene In Between
Paris Food Affair
Paris Food Affair is for food lovers looking to experience some of the best restaurants and wine bars in the city. Julie likes to focus on fresh market cooking, up-and-coming restaurants, and natural wine bars, but she also talks about the places all visitors are looking for: Classic French bistros, top ten must-eats in Paris, best brunch spots, terrace views, and pastries. She wants Paris Food Affair to be a resource for foodies out there looking to make the most of their time (their eating and drinking time, that is), in Paris. Her post on eating on a budget in Paris includes everything you need to eat the most out of your trip to the romantic city.
ZigZag On Earth
With ZigZag On Earth, planning is half the fun of travelling! Claire is the Travel Planning Geek behind it. She curates the most fascinating places and shares all her practical tips. This way, you can save time when organizing your next trip. Plus, it is full of inspiring pictures that help you visualize before visiting. Check out her in-depth travel guides to plan unforgettable travels!
Becky Excell created the blog in 2013. When she was first told it was game over for her and gluten. So she started posting/creating gluten-free recipes for all the things she missed eating… and it turned out that loads of other people missed the same kinda things as she did! Since then Becky has dedicated her blog to help make gluten-free people’s lives easier in whatever way she can – with recipes, travel guides or new product finds.
She loves to travel and because eating out abroad can be a very stressful experience when you’re gluten-free, she always tries to create travel guides for her audience whenever she can. Nobody should have to miss out on seeing the world just because of gluten!
The World As i See It
Stephanie Mayo is a small-town girl with a big world heart. She is a freelance writer and travel blogger at The World as I See It, living in Ontario, Canada. She has a passion for travel, hiking, and exploring locally. When she’s not working you can find her exploring cities and small towns in search of green spaces, street art, and great cafes. If she’s not on a girl’s getaway she’s off exploring solo or hitting the trails. She hopes to inspire others to get outdoors and not just travel the world but explore their own amazing backyard.
The Travel Hack
The Travel Hack is a travel blog sharing our travel tips and insider tips from around the world. They mostly focus on weekend breaks for a UK audience and showing people how they can make the most of their time and money during a short holiday. The Travel Hack offer lots of practical travel advice as well as inspiration from their latest adventures. Check out their post on 10 ways to have a relaxing weekend in Paris to lay back and relax during your trip.
Kenton De Jong Travel
Kenton de Jong Travel is based out of Regina, Saskatchewan. What started as an online journal to chronicle Kenton’s travels around the world, it has since taken on a life of its own. Kenton’s passions are food, culture and history and regardless of where he goes, and what he does, he is always able to find the quirky, interesting or straight-up bizarre stories that make the world such an incredible place.
The Wander Blogger
Plan your trip to Paris
All the above-mentioned bloggers have all provided an amazing guide on what to do and see while visiting Paris. Don’t let your bags hold you back from experiencing Paris from the moment you arrive until the moment you depart. Store your bags with one of our luggage storage locations all around Paris or read our guide for more information about how you can easily store luggage in Paris as of 2020.