Grand Paris! Think about a romantic trip to Europe, and the Town of Lights springs right away to mind! And why not? It is a lovely town. Straightforward to navigate.

And the sights! Well, there’s no shortage of sights. And due to the mixture of holiday maker attractions, food, and love, it is one of the most well liked destinations in the world. So what do you need to do in this grand city? The museums? The Monuments? The markets? The bookstalls along the Seine? Is it the food that draws you at first class restaurants , or do you need to sit in a sidewalk cafeteria and watch the world go by? There are such a lot of “must sees” that you actually will have to pick what’s most critical to you. Monuments? How about the Eiffel Tower. The Place de la Concorde with it’s Egyptian obelisk. Think about the line up of the Arc du Triomphe du Carrousel thru the Tuileries to the Arc de Triomphe, and the grand Grande Arche in La Defense district. Or what about Invalides where Napoleon is buried. Landmark churches? Commence with Notre Lady de Paris. The Basilique du Sacre-Coeur… Dramatic and white on the hill in Montmartre. The churches of La Madeleine, Sainte-Chapelle, and the Pantheon. Or simply landmark buildings like the Palais Garnier. There are such a lot of top flight museums that it would probably take your complete holiday to see them. The Louvre, the Musee d’Orsay, the Musee Rodin and the Musee Picasso to name some of the most plain. Museums can make your head spin after a couple of hours. To prevent getting crushed by them, get a museum card. They are available for one, three and five days. The card will enable you can go out and in of the museums over the period of your stay and not get “museum head”.

The museums are superb, but you wish to get an understanding of all of Paris don’t you? Take a bit of time to walk in a garden or 2. The Tuileries stretches in front of the Louvre. The Luxembourg Garden is a good spot to watch youngsters of every age sail little boats on the pools. Sit in one of the cafeterias and have a drink of wine. Ramble in some of the districts. See Montparnasse with it’s artists and cafeterias. See the tasty food displays in stores around La Madeleine. Explore the Latin Quarter… See the Sorbonne and visit a bistro or 2. Or merely ramble along the Seine and see what the bookshops have in those green metal boxes. The food is… Well so French and amazing. You can definitely eat pricey meals at eateries with who knows how many Michelin stars, but the food will be good just about everywhere. Pop into any bistro or neighborhood eaterie and order a “prix fixe” menu and you are certain to have a great meal.

You have got to try the favourite street food of Parisians…. Crepes… Try one with Nutella, or sugar and butter. Food, wine, tons of action….. If we don’t have you packing your bags for Paris, we are hoping we at least have you dreaming about the Town of Lights.



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