Whatever you do, include an exclusive River Seine cruise in your itinerary. Many of the city's iconic landmarks are best viewed floodlit at night on board your private-hire luxury yacht or Venetian water taxi. Accompanied by champagne and dinner, there's no better way to see the City of Light. This cruise takes sightseeing to a completely different level.
The combination of opera and the Palais Garnier is an exhilarating combination - the perfect way to celebrate a special occasion. Commissioned by Napoleon III in 1875, the wonderfully ornate Neo-Baroque Palais (the setting for The Phantom of the Opera) still hosts performances, while a more extensive programme is hosted by the Opéra Bastille.
This imposing Baroque Palace was built by Louis XIV in 1682 and remained the residence of French kings until the Revolution of 1789. The royal château, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, also has extensive gardens, which are as impressive as the architecture. However it is the jaw-dropping opulence of the Hall of Mirrors which steals the show.
Paris can justifiable lay claim to be the fashion capital of Europe. Some of the world's most exclusive haute couture brands are located on the Champs Elysées and the ultra-smart Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré and Rue de Passy. However, if you're looking to perfect the classic Parisian boho-chic look, then head to the Marais district for some avant-garde inspiration.
If you're an art lover, it will not take much persuasion to lead you to the doors of the Louvre. However, as we're talking about the biggest and busiest museum in the world take our advice and plan two visits. There's over 300 rooms and remember, if you want to see Leonardo's Mona Lisa be prepared to join the queue!