Paris, capital of France, is one of the most important and influential cities in the world. In terms of tourism, Paris is the second most visited city in Europe after London. In this travel guide, you’ll be able to find out about the city’s top attractions, as well as travel advice on how to get to Paris and how to save money whilst traveling.
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The capital of France seems to have been designed specifically for the enjoyment of its visitors. Its streets, squares, buildings, gardens and monuments beckon tourists to return, and indeed, many do.
Some of the most memorable things to do in Paris include visiting the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and Notre-Dame Cathedral. During the evening, experiencing one of the legendary Moulin Rouge cabaret shows, strolling through some of the most picturesque neighborhoods, like Montmartre, or climbing the Montparnasse Tower are a must.
It is always a good time to visit Paris. Depending on where you fly from, you can either make the most of the low-cost airlines flying into the city from other European cities, or take one of its direct flights from further away destinations. If you have children, why not surprise them with a trip to Disneyland?
Once you find out about the top attractions in Paris, the must-see museums, the best areas to stay and the typical French cuisine, all you’ll have to do is pack your suitcase and prepare to discover one of the most romantic cities in the world.
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This guide gives you an overview of what to see and do in Paris during your stay, as well as providing a historical background and other useful information. Moreover, we’ll give you our opinion, advice and suggestions on how to make the most of your holidays in Paris.
The information provided in this guide was updated in May 2016. If you find a mistake or would like to make a suggestion, please do not hesitate to contact us.