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Hidden Gems of Paris that you Can Visit During COVID19

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After being closed during the Nationwide lockdown, now Paris’s historical and leisure venues are slowly reopening, just with strict hygiene measures in place. And with the summer holidays upon us, travelers may find it hard to stay at home. However, there is a plan by which tourists can explore all the wonders around Paris without being affected by this virus. Yes, you read that right. To avoid crowded areas, travelers can plan a road trip to explore all the off-beat destinations in Paris.
You can hire a car from Cars Rental France, and traverse all the hidden treasures of Paris. To help you plan a travel itinerary following are some of the places that you can visit during this coronavirus outbreak and ensure your safety.

Petit Palais

When you hear Paris, there are tons of things that come to your mind, especially the Eiffel Tower. But, if you wish to escape it because of the crowd then I suggest you take a trip to Petit Palais, where you can get a collection of fine arts. Also, this secret spot in Paris is free to visit, so why not?

Dalida Square

Dalida Square in Montmartre is perhaps one of the prettiest places in Paris. In these hard times, visiting Dalida Square is a great getaway from all the hustle and bustle of the city. With your car hire from Cars Rental France, you can plan a trip, as the place looks most beautiful in the Summer.

Rue Cremieux

With your car rental, visit Rue Cremieux, one of the most colorful places in Paris. This spot was a true hidden treasure of Paris until it gained popularity on Instagram in the past few years. This Notting Hill look-alike resident area is filled with so many colored houses that can brighten up your mood by just taking one look.

The Montmartre Windmills

Rent a car at www.carsrentalfrance.com to visit Montmartre village and explore the ‘Moulin de la Galette’ and its two windmills. You can also visit Place des Tertres and the Sacre Coeur, but don’t forget to take the detour and see these beautiful wooden windmills. These few remaining windmills are one of the true hidden gems that you can see in Paris.

Great Mosque of Paris

While planning a trip to Paris, you must be wondering about the Louvre Museum or the iconic Eiffel Tower, but trust me The Great Mosque of Paris is a must-visit. The place is not only grand, but the lush garden area and its magical courtyard will make you stare in awe. You can enjoy its flower pattern doors, colorful carpets, sculpted architectures. And, this is not yet. You can even explore a tea shop, hammam, library along with splendid minarets and beautiful mosaics. All these things in a Mosque, can you imagine?

The Musée de la Vie Romantique(Museum of the Romantics)

Lies to the base of Montmartre hill, Museum of the Romantics is a place that you must check out. This museum, which was once home to Dutch-born painter Ary Scheffer is now filled with amazing paintings and priceless furniture. Also called the Museum of Romantic Life, this property is one of the most romantic spots in the city. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, visitors are advised to check in advance if the places are open for tourists.

Church of Saint Sulpice

Situated at the corner of Jardin des Tuileries, Saint Sulpice is an ancient and mysterious church. This Roman Catholic place was built between 1646 and 1870 is worth a visit, especially if you want to see the grand façade and the stunning interiors. Hire a fully sanitized car with the top rental suppliers at Cars Rental France and visit the church of Saint Sulpice.

Nicolas Flamel’s house

Looking for something old, but gold? Drive to Nicolas Flamel’s house which is probably the oldest house in Paris built by its most famous alchemist. This timber-framed stone architecture has entertained many locals and tourists for Centuries and is well worth a visit.

Le Clos Montmartre

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, plan a road trip to Montmartre. Surrounded by all the greenery, you can visit Le Clos Montmartre, one of the popular vineyards here. This off-beat place is so peaceful and is worth a visit to escape the crowds.

Park of Buttes Chaumont

Going on the road less taken has its charm. With your car hire, plan a trip to The magical park of Buttes Chaumont. This beautiful green space is one of the best places to avoid large flocks of people along with views of Sacré-Coeur, a waterfall, and a miniature temple. This place is one of the best picnic spots in the city with less number of people.
Apart from the above-mentioned places, there are many other spots that you can visit. All you have to do is plan your travel itinerary, book online tickets wherever is recommended. Carry essentials like Alcohol-based hand sanitizer, face masks, gloves, wipes with you. And, above all follow and respect the social distancing norms.

Book a Car with Car Rentals France.

For your weekend getaway or a long drive, you can hire a car at carsrentalfrance.com. All car rental agencies are working to offer the best of their services during this pandemic even with limited working staff. All the top suppliers at www.carsrentalfrance.com are following all the essential sanitization measures, and also providing customers with free cancellation(48 hours before the pickup) and easy modification services on existing bookings.

Reasons to choose rental cars during Coronavirus.

With the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, it is our top priority to keep our safety first. That’s why renting a car is the safest option to travel this summer as it requires minimal human interaction and is the best way to practice social distancing. Also, it is recommended to follow advisory links on the latest travel updates across the world.

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