Paris, called City of Love, the City of Light and Capital of Fashion, is also the ultra-cosmopolitan capital city of France, has a global reputation as a mecca of fashion, art, culture, gastronomy, architecture, and history.
Paris the city of love is not only brimming with globally one of the best and most famous attractions but is an energetic city where vivacity and beauty ever weave its curvy streets. Paris' play a most desirable role on the global platform makes it a prime destination for newly married couples, travelers, who have many reasons to visit beyond the world-famous Eiffel Tower and tasting the world-renowned wines.
If you planning to visit Paris – the city of love very soon and still in a dilemma where to stay in Paris? Then do not waste a single moment, immediately talk with your travel agency to make sure your staying destination and be confirmed because during peak season like in the month of November it is very hard to arrange a staying destination for tourists due to the peer pressure of tourist visit.
Some popular Paris Attractions
The Eiffel Tower is apparently the first attraction for most of the tourists, But there is so much to watch, here we are discussing all these.
Obviously, take the visitor's tour by the day and by night and gain experience why tourists flock from all over the world to view ballet and opera performances in the famous Palais Garnier. It is regarded as a masterpiece of nineteenth-century theater architecture, this opera house was built as part of the great reconstruction work of Paris, under the rule of Napoleon III.
Grand Louvre Museums
Officially it is referred to as the Grand Louvre, the Musee du Louvre (Louvre Museum) is a central landmark of Paris- the city of love, the city of art and culture. It is one of the world's largest and also remember most visited museums,
Notre Dame Cathedral
Remember no trip to Paris- the city of love is complete without a visit to the one of the world-famous Notre Dame Cathedral. Do not forget the construction of one of the first Gothic Roman Catholic cathedrals began in the twelveth century and continued through the Gothic period.
The architectural grandeur of Notre Dame alone it self-leaves first-time viewers speechless and in a jaw-dropping situation by its mesmerizing beauty, and the paintings interior's stained glass art and massive church organ of roughly 8,000 pipes are beyond impressive. Notre-Dame's vivid, interesting history enlighten us through the insight into the evolution of French heritage and culture.
Butte Montmartre is most famous for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacre Coeur, another site or piece of religious and architectural grandeur, which perched upon Paris' highest hilltop.
Centre Pompidou aesthetically distinct from all other major Parisian sites, it exhibits a cutting-edge, modern appearance, with a glass and metal structure, vibrant colors, and transparent escalator tubes also.The Centre Pompidou serves as a break from the "age-old" attractions of Paris- the city of love.
Arc de Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe, commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to honor Napoleonic soldiers and French military victories. Completed during the reign of the last king of France Louis Philippe, the Arc is not only marvelous by its reliefs and sculpture details, but also offers tourists a high terrace from which to view the surrounding city as well as an educational tour for researcher or historian within the Big Hall.
The Eiffel Tower is obviously the first attraction that attracts tourists, but the City of Light also has so many famous places to must visit for you or some tourist while traveling in Paris.
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