Paris is the city of love, city of light … And there are many things to see in Paris and we can enjoy our trip. If you love art and museums, here you have one of the largest in the world, the Louvre, the Pompidou Museum or also the museum of modern art in Paris. These and other museums will make your trip a cultural visit.
If your thing is walking the streets of the city, they will find monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, symbol and sign of a city, or as endearing as the Cathedral of Notre Dame, the Pantheon and the monument of the Invalides places.
What you’re into shopping? No problem, in this city you can go shopping in some of the streets where you will find shops of the most prestigious brands out there today, and that Paris is the city of love, of light … but also fashion and the shopping.
If you go with kids, here is one of the most recommended for the kids, Disneyland Paris, Disney theme park that will delight the smaller attractions. If you can combine your trip so that you spend a few days in the city and 2 or 3 days at Disney trip will be perfect for the whole family.
Unlike other major European cities, Paris does not have a “center” defined around which the city expands, rather all Paris is “center”, and this is because Paris has not been absorbing small towns that were its suburbs, but these have maintained their administrative independence although the boundary between one of these small towns and big city of Paris is just a crosswalk. This fact remain “locked up” long ago that everything Paris has an ancient and classic look, and a walk through Paris is a walk in a place where time seems to exist, where despite the bustle and the movement itself a of the most important cities in the world, visitors will have the feeling of being in a place that has not changed for decades or even centuries.
Notre Dame from bridge over Seine
The nickname “City of Light” is because Paris was the first city to equip its major streets and buildings of electricity, causing admiration throughout the world, although this name could also well be due to France, and in particular Paris, it has also been the light of the world and ahead of its time as shown city that here human rights were forged, and the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity, principles that are not still present in many parts of the world.
This guidebook is intended to describe what you can see in Paris, but also tries to express what it feels like to visit Paris, which can probably only understand someone who has been in this magnificent city, and offers tips for getting the most out of visiting the world’s most beautiful city.