A world crossroads for gastronomy, art and fashion, Paris cultivates an exceptional heritage where history meets modernity. This city, ranked as the most touristic in the world, deserves much more than a weekend to discover it. However, for many tourists, time is very often limited to explore the capital. Between authentic pubs, mansions and historical places, you will not miss activities.
Inseparable from Paris, the Eiffel Tower, like the Statue of Liberty in New York, represents a symbol of France. You can access it by stairs or by elevator and have a beautiful view of Paris. It is lit for five minutes every hour as soon as it gets dark until 1 a.m. It offers tourists a sparkling spectacle.
The most famous avenue in Paris and almost 2 km long, the Champs Élysées is bordered by numerous restaurants, shops and cinemas. Tourists can admire several monuments, indulge in shopping and vibrate during major events. Day and night, there is always something happening on the most beautiful avenue in the world.
These stores offer hundreds of brands of clothing, jewelry, decorative items, etc. in one place. The store is modern, bright, well stocked. It’s a great place for shopping of all kinds.
Located in Paris, Place Vendôme is the work of King Louis XIV’s architect, Jules Hardouin-Mansart. This luxurious esplanade owes its name to the Vendôme column, which is a monolith built on the orders of Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate his victory in the Battle of Austerlitz.
Perched at the top of Montmartre, the construction of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart is inspired by Byzantine and Romanesque elements. Inside the basilica, the ceiling is decorated with the largest mosaic in France. The crypt is also worth a visit. To enjoy a magnificent 360 ° view of Paris, tourists can access the dome.
The Center Pompidou is characterized by the structure of the museum it houses. In fact, it is exposed outside the building. Between the modern art paintings on display, the museum also offers temporary exhibitions in constant evolution. Whatever your number of visits, they are never identical
Located near the Grands-Boulevards, the covered walkways represent more than old shopping centers. Dating from the 18th and 19th centuries, these are galleries covered with glass roofs which give off a special atmosphere. They are home to tea rooms, gift shops and bookstores specializing in used books.