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Things you should know about Paris
  eiffel tower from palais de chaillot - place de varsovie


Paris is a marvellous city, also know as “City of Lights” and “City of Love”: indeed it is very romantic and each street has a peculiar building or monument which reminds its ancient history. Explore it quarter by quarter and let you tempt by its charm


Faubourg Saint-Germain, Invalides, Odeon and Luxembourg

Luxembourg Garden is a popular meeting place, relaxing and enlivened by colourful flowers. Street markets in Boulevard Saint-Germain claim for a walk: a picnic stop can be made in the garden facing the amazing Hotel des Invalides

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Latin Quarter and Montparnasse

Full of students of the Sorbonne, the Latin Quarter has many places to be visited: the Jardin des Plantes, the Mosque, the Pantheon among others


Ile de le Cite and Ile Saint-Louis

In Ile de la Cite there is the Cathedral of Notre Dame: simply wonderful. It’s huge and its gothic style is flawless and perfect. Then stroll around till Pont Neuf and take a look at the Seine river and its surrounding buildings and houses

ile de la cité - pont neuf  

marais et bastille - colonne de jullet

Marais and Bastille

In the middle of a very big roundabout ever busy, the magnificent July Column rises above passersby and a multitude of cars. Not far away, the enormous Hotel de Ville (the city council) shows the historical richness of Paris. Other must-be-seen places are the garden in Place des Vosges and Georges Pompidou Square


Montmartre, Pigalle, Belleville

Montmartre is a synonym of Sacre Coeur: on top of a hill, this is one of the most visited churches in Paris. The quarter is fascinating, full of little bistrot and painters. In nearby Menilmontant quarter people crowd Pere Lachaise, undoubtedly the best cemetery in the world: Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wild and Chopin among others rest here. From the Park of Belleville there is the most beautiful view of Paris

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  opéra - galeries lafayette

Republique and Opera

Palais Garnier (L’Opera) is a pompous building with golden stuccos and a dome: each statue and décor recalls the history of music. Galeries Lafayette old building has a wonderful dome in stained glass; from its terrace there is a appreciable view of Paris


Champs-Elysees and Tour Eiffel

The best place to admire the Tour Eiffel from is Palais de Chaillot in Warsaw Square (Place de Varsovie), both during the day and at night. Then walk under this famous monument, in Champs de Mars, or get to its top with one of its elevators. Champs-Elysees Avenue is long and ever busy from Place de la Concorde to the huge Arc de Triomphe. Heading south from Petit and Grand Palais towards the Hotel del Invalides there is undoubtedly the most beautiful bridge in Paris, Pont Alexandre III

étoile and champs-élysées - place charles de gaulle - arc de triomphe  

Louvre and Les Halles

Place Vendome, Rue de la Paix, Rue de Rivoli and then the renowned Gardens of Palais Royal, Tuileries and Carrousel: too many amazing places to discern among. The Louvre Museum building is itself an authentic wonder and its collections so rich and complete to drive art lovers into a state of intimidation; moreover, it is so big you should dedicate weeks in visiting it: choose before entering what you wish to see


Paris special advices

Charles de Gaulle (CDG) and Orly (for both of them, are Paris major airports: they’re linked to the city by buses, trains or a combination of them. Taxis are available but expensive; beware of fake cabs and people offering you very low fares. Beauvais airport is mainly served by low-cost carriers.
RATP is the local public transportation company, managing buses and subways cheaply and efficiently. Travel cards from one to five days and for different zones (there are 9 of them) can be purchased at subway stations, airports and tourist information offices.
Be always aware of your belongings: though criminality is not a social evil, never let them unattended

ile de la cité - mounted policemen  
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