Get Lost Roaming Paris’ Streets
For the real travel spirits, this beautiful city is so walkable that there isn't any need splurge an enormous amount of money on cabs in Paris. You just have to buy a map and make your way around the city on foot.
Aquaboulevard Water Sports Centre
Head to this amazing place for water sports and other activities. You can swim in the wave pool and can also play sports like tennis or just have fun on the big water slides.
Some of the adventure activities in Paris that we dare you to try are The Empire of Death (Les Catacombes), Nosh in the "noir" (Dans Le Noir), Free fall 12,000 feet( indoors) and Take on the Arc (Arc de Triomphe).
Look into the Love Wall
The wall is the inspiration of Frederic Baron, who started collecting “I Love yous” in the year. On this wall "I Love You" is written in hundreds of different languages, and draws countless visitors looking for a chance to capture a smoochy leisure time snap
The capital city of France is a gate open to the world. The Orly International Airport and the Charles de Gaulle International Airport are the two major airports in Paris. They are well connected to other countries and cities of the world.
There are six major railway stations spread across the city of love linking Paris to other regions of France, in particular by the famous T.G.V.
Most of the international buses coming into Paris will go into Gare Routiere Internationale du Paris-Gallieni. Coaches pass are cheaper than rail passes; that lets you board a bus anytime and anywhere.
Metros and taxis are a great option because they allow you to see various places and enjoy the city during moving around.
Without seeing the iconic Eiffel Tower, you couldn't perhaps visit “The City Of Love”. The tower rises 984 ft (300 meters) tall. On the completion of its construction by Gustav Eiffel, at the end of the 19th century, the Tower was two times as high as the Washington Monument, the world's tallest structure at that point.
Towering high amongst the worlds most modern and the largest museum at present is The Louvre. Some of the museum's most notable works of art include the Mona Lisa and the Venus of Milo.
The Champs-Elysée is about two kilometers long and 70 meters wide. It is used for all the major events and celebrations in the city, including the New Year's Eve and the military parades also held here on the 14th of July.
Place de la Bastille
Construction of this castle begun in 1370 and was completed in the year1382. It is known as the Bastille. This massive building had 4 meters wide walls with eight 22m high towers.
An Eiffel Tower statue
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Le Petit Marseillais
Rue de Passy
It is situated in the 16th department that is the classic and chic region of Paris. You can find everything here, such as shoes, clothes, toys, home decorations, furniture, and patisseries.
Located in the 8th department is between the Place de l’Alma and the Champs Elysées, near the Seine. It is the place to find shops specializing in high fashion, including Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.
Quartier Beaubourg et Les Halles
Here, you will find a lot of different boutiques that are selling posters and postcards as well as some hilarious clothing shops.
Rue Saint Honoré
It is undoubtedly, a “Fashionable” place for shopping. You will find almost everything here, including clothes, electronics, and bookshop.
Frenchie- 9 rue du Nil
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Pierre Gagnaire- 4 Seasons George V, 31 avenues George V