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Walking Paris compared to Rome

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We visited Rome last year and didn't use public transport except to and from the airport. We walked (strolled) everywhere and although it looked like the distances would be long they were completely doable. We walked from Campo di Fiore to Piazza di Popolo a couple of times and even to the Borghese park and back.
Now we're planning a trip to Paris. Will the walking experience be similar in ease? We plan to do most of the sightseeing and visits in Zone 1. I'm not opposed to using the public transport system at all but just want to get my head around the distances. Paris in my head seems more daunting in regards to traffic and it has been a while since I've been there and will be first time with our teenagers.
Thanks to those who can offer your experiences.

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