City Review: Paris

parisAmong the top vacation destinations in the world is the French capital Paris, the city is a potpourri of culture, history, and elegance. Paris or the city of lights as it is called has a lot to offer its visitors. Hence it really no surprise that thousands of people visit Paris annually. The city is located on the banks of River Siene and is among the world’s greatest cultural centers.

We have all heard about its romantic setting and vast amount museums and art gallery that will transport you to a different era. However along its impressive boulevards, there is something that is customized towards your orientations, and curiosity; all you have to do is walk the streets to find what you’ve been losing.

Although you so urgently want to find the buried treasures of Paris, if it is your first trip, there are some sights that must be at the top of your list. Naturally, standing below the Eiffel Tower and the beautiful, views will no doubt be your first adventure. The Louvre and its outstanding art collection finish with the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, will likely to be in for tight second. The Notre-Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur will be filling your first few days.

After wandering the Louvre for hours, or soaking in the unparalleled beauty of Notre-Dame; what is next to do for the ultimate City of Light vacation?

Based on your specific interests, there is, a historical Paris, a relaxed Paris, and a stylish Paris to guarantee that you get the most unforgettable and pleasurable holiday possible. Shoppers and tourists both treasure the elegance of one of the world’s most renowned malls; the Champs-Élysées, where they are able dine on recherché cuisine, shop to their heart’s desire, and unwind in a café and just look at the endless exhibit of people down the street.

While history lovers will be troubled to find a city with more astonishing museums at their disposal, there is much more to the French capitals’ past than sauntering down a corridor and viewing eightieth hundred paintings. By withstanding the attract of the French Impressionists and leaving time for the cobbled streets of Montmarte, which lies over the Seine River, you will be able to create a more private and unforgettable experience than what all the museums combined could give. Exploring concealed alleys and drifting without a destination, you will be able to see history, beauty, and a little special thing for you, all in the process of getting a little lost. With the historic restaurants like Laurent and Ledoyen spread out throughout and the Arc de Triomphe at the other end, you can easily lose a whole day savoring the atmosphere of this unique place.

Although it is easy to just consider all of the fervor you plan to follow, the City of Light surely holds up to its name during the nights. The first few days you might be tired from visiting all the favorite attractions, however once you are in the groove, make sure to spend a couple of evenings visiting the high quality bars, wine bars, and cabarets, there must be a few places that fit your taste.

Author’s Bio

Francine Byfield is a professional writer and hotel marketing specialist. For further information on our SEM/SEO please visit www.spaceja.com or email us at: support@spaceja.com.

4 thoughts on “City Review: Paris

  1. Perfect!

  2. Nice article. Thanks.. But you forgot to write about where to stay in Paris. I did reservation on booked.net. I lived in Villa Pantheon Hotel, really great chose for reasonable price

  3. I’m grateful for you because of this excellent content material. You genuinely did make my day :

  4. Amy

    Hi,
    Thanks for your comment and for visiting my blog. I didn’t write about any accommodations in Paris in this article but you can read about it in another post here: http://blog.spaceja.com/hotels-in-paris-paris-luxury-hotels/

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