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A city of ancient art and a great place to travel, Paris has one of the oldest and the most enriched history and a beautiful culture.

Paris is undoubtedly one of the world's cultural centers and one of the most visited cities in the world. We do not doubt that, once you see the City of Light, you will want to return. Imagine walking through its cobbled streets of the Bois de Boulogne or elegant avenues, touring the Seine in bateau mouche, enjoying a coffee and delicious croissants in the traditional Café de Flore.

The Palace of Versailles is one of the most impressive French palaces. Also known as the city of light it has the Eiffel Tower, which is magnificent and truly a masterpiece of engineering design. If you must be thinking of what more there is in store for you, Paris plays a host to many festivals throughout the year.

things to do in paris

1. Eiffel Tower


The symbol par excellence of Paris is the Eiffel Tower.

2. Louvre Museum


Louvre Museum is one of the most important in the world. On a guided tour you will see the most famous works that houses this museum, such as the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Another must-see museum is the Musee d'Orsay, which exhibits an important collection of Impressionist paintings.

3. Arc de Triomphe


Walk Champs Elysee from end to end, from Place du Concord to Place Charles de Gaulle, and finish the walk up to the terrace of the Arc de Triomphe, for a panoramic view of the city.

4. River Seine


Cruising the Seine on a cruise, especially at night when the lights of the city are lit, is a unique experience.

5. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris


The atypical Gothic cathedral Notre Dame de Paris, on the Ile de la Cité, is one of the most famous and oldest in the world. If you arrive early you can climb the towers and the bell tower.

6. Montmartre


Montmartre is the bohemian neighborhood par excellence. Walk through its cobblestone streets, climb to the top of the hill to visit the Basilica of Sacre Coeur, tour the Place du Tertre, where you will see the artists in action and sit on the steps to enjoy the view. Visit the lower area of ​​Montmartre at night to see the legendary cabaret Moulin Rouge.

7. Food in Paris


If you are one of those people who want to know what to eat in Paris, and of any destination you are traveling to, in this article you will find some ideas of the most important dishes of the city of light. French gastronomy, and therefore that of Paris, is characterized by delicate and refined dishes, with fantastic touches of flavor.

If you have been told that croissants are a must that you must try in France, it is true. It is one of the things to eat in Paris. But not everything is sweet, there are also other delicious dishes that you can try when visiting Paris like the Ratatouille or the cheeses. The macaron in French and macaroon in Italian is a type of biscuit of French origin that has gained worldwide fame.

Originally, the macaroni was not filled, but consisted only of two round domes with a flat base. However, this has changed a lot with the passage of time, since not only do they always carry stuffing called ganache, but this can be found in a multitude of flavors. In this way, the current macaroons in France are considered more a cake than a simple cookie.

Onion soup is one of the most popular entrees in Paris, and it is a delight that you should not miss. It is made with onion, butter and cheese and is usually ideal to enjoy it if you travel to Paris in winter. French tortillas are something you can not stop tasting during your trip to Paris. You will find them stuffed with different ingredients with mushrooms, ham, with various vegetables and made with some cheeses that are the glory.

Croque Monsieur is the name of the most popular sandwich in Paris. It is made with sliced ​​bread and stuffed with ham and Gruyere cheese and even, in some places it is added bechamel. The word escargots means snail in French. The dish is snails that are seasoned with garlic, parsley and butter. Once seasoned, the dish is passed through the oven to melt the butter and make the meat a little.

Foie gras in French would be pronounced something like fuá gras. This dish is made with duck liver or goose, which can be spread on a slice of bread. Quiche is called dishes that look like pies but are salty. Apple pie is another of the most popular desserts in France. It is made with caramelized apples and is one of the things you should not miss out on in French cuisine.

Try to sit in a cafeteria and have a coffee with a Parisian crepe, enjoying the views. Pain au Chocolat is a sweet made with puff pastry and butter, filled with chocolate cream. Among the many types of wine you will find in Paris, we recommend you not to miss the Bordeaux and the Médoc, which are the jewels of the French wine industry.

Among the thousands of varieties of French cheeses we recommend that you do not stop trying the national versions of the Emmental, Brie and Camembert.
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8 comments:

  1. Thank you so much! I'm planing a trip to Paris soon and I'll definitely follow your advice! :D

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  2. I like Paris, it is a fine city with lots of things to do and enjoy! Very nice guide

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  3. I love Paris. There really is so much to be seen there, we have only ever stayed for a weekend but we packed in a lot.

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  4. I loved Paris. We did a cruise at night time and it gave us such a different perspective of the city! Gorgeous!

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  5. This is fantastic because I am one of those people who like to eat what and with the locals.

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  6. YES to all of these! I love Paris. I could go to everything you listed twice.

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  7. We visited all of these while there. The Louvre was my favorite. I kept wanting to try cheese, and would ask for fromage if they didn't speak English. Invariably a bowl of cream cheese would be delivered, lolol!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing this list! I would love to visit Paris one day!

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