Hello Everyone! I have posted a couple of questions already for the specifics of an upcoming first trip to France, and everyone has been so helpful! I'm trying to put together an itinerary that fits in the "highlight attractions/museums" of Paris without spending too much time in line for attractions or getting too exhausted by doing too much everyday.
We will be in Paris the last week of this March and will be getting the Museum Pass. Does anyone have experience with the size of the crowds at the popular attractions this time of year i.e. Towers of Notre Dame, Sainte Chappelle, The Louvre, Arc de Triomphe, and Musee D'Orsay? These are all places I would like to see, however, what I am most interested in with this trip is experiencing the food, architecture, history, and beautiful neighborhoods of Paris. If it comes down to having to miss things like say, the towers of the Notre Dame (and just stick to the interior) or the Musee D'Orsay because we would have to wait in lines of 1hr or more, I would not be heart broken and would just try to plan to see them on another trip.
But, if it's possible to fit this all in without spending all of our time in lines, I want to try. We will have a total of 4 days in Paris (not including a full day already allotted for Versailles) and will also be planning on exploring Le Marais and Montmartre during those days. Any thoughts on the crowds that time of year or line beating strategies would be welcome!