A few words on Paris
Paris, regardless of the season or the period- the city of lights has always been fascinating!
The city can be considered as an open museum with its many museums and temporary exhibitions of the highest quality.
You could chose to spend your weekend merely walking, this way you would pass many charming places, grand royal palaces dating from the 17th Century or the famous ‘Haussmann’ Art Nouveau architecture amongst other things.
The history of the city really is abundant. Paris does however have many other qualities- a shopper’s dream, a city that never sleeps, a must visit for food lovers- there really is something for everyone in the French capital.
A few pictures on Paris
In Montmartre, between vineyards, mills and quiet streets, you will feel like you are in a village. However, In the evening, you will be able to choose between cabarets, theatres, nightclubs, concerts and many bars.
Yes, the famous French song is true "Aux Champs Elysées, à midi ou à minuit, il y a tout ce que vous voulez… » (At the Champs Elysées, at noon or at midnight, you can find everything you want ...). In actual fact you will mainly find luxury brands and cinemas here. Tourists from all around the world meet on this avenue, which is one of the most famous worldwide.
Eiffel tower and Invalides
The “chic” district of Paris, where you will find the Eiffel Tower and Les Invalides. Take the time to wander around the little streets in order to discover some architectural pearls of the eighteenth century.
From the Opera Garnier to the Louvre Museum, and from department stores to the very commercial Rivoli street. You are bound to find something of interest!
Marais - Ile de la Cité
“Le Marais”, known as the gay neighborhood, is also one of the oldest of Paris. Certain buildings date back to the Middle Ages. Do not hesitate to take a tour of the Place des Vosges.
This neighborhood is becoming more and more trendy. Enjoy the café “Atmosphere” from the film Hôtel du nord, along the Canal Saint Martin where the character of Amélie Poulain of Jean-Pierre Jeunet used to make ricochets.
The traditional art and student district of Paris. Here, there are some famous names which will help you to understand the soul of this neighborhood: Léo Ferré, Duke Ellington, Serge Gainsbourg, Charles Trenet, Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir ...
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