24 Hours In Paris

Bienvenue À Paris

St Pierre takes authentic French brioche to every household, to bring all the flavors of Paris right into your home. We believe in making every day “magnifique”, and that means adding a little taste of Paris to every meal. Come with us on a virtual trip to the City of Lights, from the comfort of your own home.

See your journey through Paris unfold

09:00 Breakfast
by the Eiffel Tower

The crowning jewel of Paris, the Eiffel Tower was built in 1889, and was originally only meant to stand for 20 years before being dismantled. We can’t imagine Paris without this iconic landmark, so it’s a good thing it ended up staying!

“When the sun rises behind the tower, the intricate patterns of the iron cast the most wonderful shadows, and the large lawns in front of the Tower are the ideal place for enjoying breakfast, with a breathtaking view..

A St Pierre’s Brioche Loaf, with its sweetness and soft texture, perfectly complements the fairytale experience…

11:00 Coffee to Go : Exploring the Arc de Triomphe

Standing tall at the end of the iconic Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe is just that, a triumph!

Inspired by ancient Roman architecture, it’s full of details and sculptures that represent several French victories.

There’s nothing like a little pick-me-up with a coffee to go and a flaky croissant after a long walk along the Champs-Élysées, and its beautiful window displays and tree-bordered avenue.

“A St Pierre Mini All Butter Croissant completes a Parisian experience that tastes as good as it looks.”

13:35 Lunch at St Pierre

One of the oldest surviving churches in Paris, the Église Saint-Pierre in Montmartre is worth the detour.

Right before lunch time, when the sun is high in the sky, the gorgeous stained-glass windows shine with all the colors of the rainbow.

“After feasting your eyes on the display, enjoy a romantic lunch made with St Pierre Brioche Hot Dog Rolls. They make a beautiful sandwich, for a taste of the beauty of Paris…

19:25 Evening in Montmartre

Evenings in Montmartre are the best way to see why Paris is called the City of Lights. The streetlights twinkle, and warm light shines through the windows of the many bars and restaurants that populate the area.

Formerly the artists’ quarter of Paris, the old buildings are full of charm and history and worth gazing at over a nice drink.

“To finish the journey through Paris, enjoy your Parisian dinner after exploring the steep hill of Montmartre with a St Pierre Brioche Burger. Taking a classic burger and giving it a touch of Parisian sophistication…”

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