Paris is a big city; it helps to have public transportation figured out before you head out for the day, especially when traveling with a pushchair or wheelchair. Pin your destinations to Google Map and look at transport options, transit times and accessibility. To avoid queues with restless children, purchase tickets online in advance of your trip.
Most metro stations have many steps and few or no elevators. So when visiting Paris with little children, it's easier to take the bus or walk. Traveling above ground, you’ll have a much better view of the city anyway.
Visit Paris with children during off-peak holiday seasons to avoid long queues and overcrowding.
If you are traveling to Paris via Eurostar from the UK, try purchasing your ticket well in advance, or even better, keep a look out for their deals where you could buy tickets for as little as £28 each way. Children under 4 also travel for free on Eurostar. In Paris, buy a book of 10 Metro tickets at a time, instead of paying for individual rides. Bringing your own snacks also helps save money.