A Local's Guide to Paris, France - This Way

A Local's Guide to Paris, France

Describe who you are in 3 sentences:
My name is Daniel Nørgaard and I work as a model and currently I’m working on my own street wear/cloth brand. I’m ambitious to the work I do and I am a very social person, love meeting new people and spend time with my friends.

What is your relation to this city?
First time I was going to Paris, was in 2018. I just love the city after I have been living there for almost 7 months. In Paris I worked 7 months exclusive for the brand Saint Laurent Paris as a model. My work as a model do that I have to travel a lot and of all cities I really like Paris the best.

Best experience?
The best thing about Paris is that you can go see so many beautiful places and there is so much to do and see, it is a really nice place with a lot of opportunities.

Your top 3 hangout spots?

"Le Flow", Sacre Coeur area, Tuileries Garden.

Favourite restaurants?
"L'Avenue" & "Kong Bar Restaurant"

Best date place?
"L'Avenue", Tuileries Garden or go to Seine with a bottle of wine and see the sunset.

Best Sunday spot?
Seine is always a nice place to be and relax.

If you were to live in another place, where would that be and why?
If I should live another place I think it would be Australia, because of its beautiful nature and surroundings and I would love to surf there, maybe start my own surf camp.

Where is your escape place from this city?
From Paris to South of Spain where my grandparents lives it takes about 2 hours by plane and there can I always relax, enjoy the beach and enjoy the time with the old ones.

Best 5 local advices?
1. You need to go shop at Avenue Montaigne, where you can find the most high in brands.
2. Go eat or get a coffee around the Sacre Coeur.
3. If you like art go to Palais De Tokyo, here you can see some modern art. Even if you don’t find museums interesting this one will catch your eye.
4. You can take a boat trip on Seine and see most of Paris' fine architecture
5. If you like football like I do go to Parc De Prince and watch PSG
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