Be ready to fall in love with the city of lights, city of love and the city which has hosted maximum number of wedding proposals right on foot of the famous Eiffel Tower. It is the most romantic city on this earth and also the most fashionable. World’s most famous fashions brands originate in Paris. It has famous fashion shows.
It is the most iconic and a beautiful destination known for of its wonderful historic monuments, exceptional cuisine, museums, cafes, farmers markets, and beautiful gardens. The Museum of French Cinema is one of the largest film archives in existence.
There is no right time to visit Paris, France. Be it winters, be it summers, fall or spring, the city is always filled with tourists, students, solo travelers, families.
Tip: cab is very expensive in France, hence most of the tourists opt for local transport and metro systems. Being French as the main language, you may need to a carry a guide book along. Paris typically has cold and slightly damp winters, with high temperatures hovering around 40 degrees Snow is not frequent but can happen. March and April are cold months. Summers are warm but sweaty and humid.
Eiffel Tower: The most iconic attraction in Paris is the Eiffel Tower reaches an amazing height of over 300 meters. You will find the Gustavo Eiffel, which is designed by Bourdelle in 1929, on the ground floor.
The area is also home to a snack bar and selected number of souvenir shops. And at the ground level, you will be able to see the elevator machinery. On the second floor of the Eiffel Tower, you find another snack bar, as well as a restaurant and there is also a souvenir shop as well as the Paris-Tour Eiffel Post Office.
The Fetoscope, a Tower Top Observatory, Panoramic Paris Views, The Cineiffel, Exhibitions Of The Tower, and a section of the Eiffel Tower’s old spiral staircase are also located here.
1- Egyptian antiquities 2- Oriental antiquities 3- Greek, Etruscan and Roman 4- Islamic Art 5- Objects of art 6- Paintings 7- Graphic arts.
Not just the artwork, Louvre opens itself to architecture and it has the famous upside down pyramid designed by Chinese architect M. Pei.
The Notre-Dame Cathedral or Notre-Dame de Paris is a Gothic cathedral with an inspiring architectural detail combining rose windows, stunning sculptures, and Gothic carvings.
The cathedral holds one of the world’s largest organs and is known for its enormous church bells. The entrance at the cathedral is free for everyone.
Notre-Dame offers free tours to learn about the cathedral’s history and architecture in the summer.
These tours are offered on different days throughout the week in various languages, such as English, Spanish, and French.
Montmartre is a large hill in the northeast of Paris and is best known for its artistic environment where a number of world-renowned artists, including Monet, Picasso, and Renoir, had stationed during the Belle Époque.
When you visit Montmartre, do not forget to take a break at the Wall of Love on which “I love you” is written 311 times in 250 languages.
The Sacre-Coeur Basilica is a Roman Catholic Church at top of the Montmartre hill. It is a Parisian landmark and popular place to visit when you tour around Montmartre. It is opened every day from 6 am to 10.30 pm.
The most romantic way to visit this "City of Lights" is by enjoying a cruise night on the River Seine with your loved ones. Seine takes your around the border of Paris and you can see the lit city with a sip of champagne.
You get a panoramic view to the forefront so you can enjoy the beauty of Paris such as Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Pont Alexander III and many more.
Paris trip is incomplete without a visit to the destination which is Palais Garnier because of its beauty which includes the world-famous Chagall painting on the Opera Room ceiling and also because of grand performances of ballet, symphony, and opera.