Paris Travel Guide

From the sweeping boulevards of the elegant 5th arrondissement to a moonlight cruise on the Seine, Paris is undeniably the most romantic city in the world. Picnic under the Eiffel tower, discover the abundant treasures of the Louvre or simply sit in a typical Montmartre caf and watch the world go by. In this dreamy city which has inspired artists over the centuries, all that is romantic, prevails. When the sun goes down, this city really comes to life.

Another must visit attraction is the Louvre, if only for the stunning piece of architecture that is the Louvre Pyramid. However, the Louvre does have much more to offer, including the most famous masterpieces from Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa to Veronese’s Wedding feast at Cana.

For a great cafe experience try going to the artists quarter where even now you are more likely to overhear a conversation on the views and opinions of Jean Paul Sartre, the famous philosopher, or the French impressionists than a discussion on the sport or other such, to the French, mundane subjects.

One of the best places to stay if you are looking for a luxurious style of accommodation in Paris is the Arc De Triomphe Hilton Hotel. It is a well-designed, very modern, well-built building that the brand Hilton Hotels is famous for. It is situated a few blocks away from Arc De Triomphe. When you enter the lobby, you will be greeted by an elegantly designed Parisian style decors.

Notre Dame Cathedral – situated on an island in the River Seine this gothic cathedral has dominated the Paris skyline for hundreds of years. Made famous for it’s hunchback tale it is one of Europe’s most important church buildings.

No one can be unfamiliar with the popularity of Paris in this regard. World’s largest opera houses, ballets and shows have been consistently hosted by Paris. Getting a single glimpse of the places where these pioneers were shot is an achievement in itself. Theatres, dance clubs and various such activities have been initiated in Paris a long time ago.

And of course there are the theme parks like Disneyland Paris and Parc Asterix, which we have all heard about, but what about the Mer de Sable, which has a wild west theme where you can see shows, yet if you prefer wildlife rather than wild rides, you can watch eagles in flight along with tree top walks at the Espace Rambouillet.

On a Sunday morning, there is no better pleasure than a meander down the Rue du Mouffetard in the 5th arrondissement to the home of Paris’ most famous pedestrianised street and street market. Indulge your senses in the divine flavours and appetizing of stall after stall of cheeses, meat and fresh fruit and vegetables.

If you are planning to travel from Bristol to Paris and Brussels, then Eurostar train is the most convenient and fastest means of transport to travel. Eurostar has teamed up with several train operating companies in UK. Now you can travel to Paris and Brussels with one price.

The Caribbean Islands: If you are looking towards dancing on the beach with reggae beats in the background, then you need to visit the white sandy beaches of the Caribbean Islands. Let me assure you will not find such sites in any other part of the globe.

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