Paris. Ville de l'amour. Ville de la mode. Ville de lumière, the Arc de Triomphe, Sacre-Coeur, the Louvre, Champs Elysees, bien sûr and the Eiffel Tower. The beauty of Paris truly has no limits.
Start your visit to Paris in the Ile de la Cite. With the world-famous cathedral Notre Dame de Paris with three relics of Christ, the Palais Royal, a former royal palace, and the Sainte Chapelle, the former royal chapel. Just stroll around, shopping, eating ice cream and relax in the flowers of Parc Monceau.
If you choose a holiday in the Paris area, then of course there are many things not to be missed. For starters, Disneyland Paris! Make your kids happy and get a day pass to this Disney Park of heroes. Why not also try Parc Asterix with the theme of comics about Asterix and Obelix, dolphin shows, Roman spectacles, haunted houses and roller coasters.
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Louvre, the most visited museum in the world
Two regional parks with green hills, vast forests and valleys
For the sweet tooth: the macarons
Visit the Cultural Quarter for souvenir shops with a difference
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The Luxembourg Garden is a wonderful garden full of statues and monuments such as the famous ‘Fontana dei Medici’, the Statue of Liberty, the bust of Charles Baudelaire, the statue of Beethoven, the Fountain of the Observatory and many other reproductions of famous people and wonderful works. A picnic on the left bank of the Seine is a great idea!
Paris offers some of the best French cuisine, especially the desserts. The creme brulee is definitely the most famous sweet. The best ice-cream in the city is found at Berthillon on the Rue Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile (No. 31). It’s rather difficult Choose from over 60 flavours!
Paris is a huge shopping paradise. For lovers of the big names just go to the famous Champs Elysees, for the less spendthrift is advisable to go to the districts of Le Marais and Saint-Germain-des-Près or at flea markets (Marchés aux Puces).
Not only in Paris, but also around it you will find special architectural works. Take for example the castle of Fontainebleau, a former royal residence in the Île-de-France. A large building that has more than 1,500 rooms, chapels and 4 museums, the total area of the park and gardens measuring 130 hectares.