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Explore Paris, France: The Most Visited Capital in the World

Paris is probably considered by most travellers to be one of the most enchanting cities in the world. If you think you know all there is to know about this magnificent city, then think again! There are actually old Nazi bunkers and remains of tunnels from the many years of mining Lutetian limestone under the famous avenues and boulevards in the 6th arrondissement. If you dare, you can visit these eerie Paris Catacombs that define the city’s spectacular Haussmann architecture.

One of Many Places to Stay in ‘The City of Love’

When it comes to finding suitable lodging, it’s as easy as refining your search on a booking site like trivago. If it’s romance you’re looking for, then a bed and breakfast (informally also known as a ‘bnb’) in the enticing neighbourhood of Montmartre will more than likely be ideal. You can even arrange to have breakfast in bed if you want, since the hosts in this laid-back city are usually just as relaxed and friendly as the accommodation itself.

Paris Attractions: Some of the Most Iconic in the World

Even if it’s the first time you’re visiting, with a Paris map in hand, it has to be one of the easiest cities to get around, whether on foot or on the metro. The city prides itself on tourist attractions like the majestic Arc de Triomphe and the monumental Notre-Dame Cathedral. Would it amaze you to know that the landmark Eiffel Tower was only supposed to be a temporary structure? It was built in 1889 for the World Fair and was only supposed to stay in the city for about 20 years. Just consider for a moment what Paris would be like without it?

With so many things to do, places to be, and attractions to see, there really is something exciting for everyone. If you’re only in Paris for a couple of days, you may want to consider packing as much into your vacation as possible. In the city that literally only has one stop sign, you could consider starting at the Eiffel Tower, move over to the Orsay Museum, admire some of the most famous pieces of art at the Louvre Museum, where you can even sneak in a selfie with the Mona Lisa, then end the day off with a boat tour of the River Seine at night. If you’re on the hunt for bargains, then the markets at Saint-Ouen is going to be your best bet. It may be a good idea to have a list of ‘must-do’s’ before you even leave home.

Paris’s Culinary Delights, Style, Fashion, and Shopping

There’s no doubt that France, and in particular Paris, prides itself on producing world-class cuisine, and whether you are looking to relax at the corner bistro, start the day off with breakfast at a cosy B&B, or dine in style at the best restaurants there are, it’s bound to be exquisite. Don’t forget there’s a wine to go with every meal, and if you’re in the mood, a picnic in the most romantic city in the world is bound to go down well!

Style and elegance, art and fashion, that is Paris’s forte, which makes it quintessential that when you’re on holiday in Paris, you have to experience all there is when it comes to designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, unique art-nouveau stores, and the cache of flea markets and vintage shops. Since Paris is the absolute forerunner when it comes to shopping, make sure to pack light, because there’s no doubt those suitcases will be overflowing with Paris’s best on the way home. Whatever the case is, you will fall in love, whether it’s with Paris, or with someone special, you’re bound to be back anyway.

 

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