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In Paris, there are more than one and a half thousand hotels, offering tourists rooms and excellent living conditions. The city is also teeming with entertainment districts.
La Defance, an area with office skyscrapers, is gradually becoming a tourist center. In addition, there are many cultural centers in Paris.
French cuisine, in addition to its sophistication, is also famous for its extraordinary high cost. But this does not mean that those who are limited in finances will not be able to appreciate the skill of French chefs. The bistro is the place where anyone can taste the cheaper, budget-friendly version of French cuisine. Moreover, quite often very experienced and skilled chefs work in the bistro.
In addition to all this, tourists are attracted to Paris by shopping. Famous French clothing and perfumery will not leave anyone indifferent. Five shopping routes have been specially designed for customers to meet the needs of travelers of all tastes.
Vacationers with children should think over a recreation program in advance. There is such a large entertainment center as Disneyland near Paris. In addition, museums often have children's rooms and educational and entertainment centers for children.
The Eiffel Tower. This tower is the symbol and hallmark of Paris. It was built in 1889 for the World's Fair opposite one of the bridges over the Seine. There are many observation platforms on the tower.
Champs Elysees. The most visited attraction in Paris: about 400 thousand people come here every day. One of the main thoroughfares of Paris. There are a lot of cinemas, cabarets, shops and much more on the Champs Elysees. It is here that military parades are traditionally held.
Louvre. This architectural monument is the former palace of the French kings and one of the most famous museums in the world. It is impossible to see all the artworks collected in the Louvre in one go, so it is best to decide immediately what you want to pay attention to.
Notre Dame Cathedral. Construction of the cathedral began in 1163 g, and was completed only in 1345. Initially, its appearance was significantly different from the modern one created by Viollet de Duc. It was he who came up with the idea of decorating the cathedral with chimeras. Of course, the rose window above the entrance, as well as the magnificent stained-glass windows, are worthy of attention.
Arc de Triomphe. The Arc de Triomphe is located in Paris on the Place Charles de Gaulle. It was erected at the beginning of the 19th century by order of Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate his military victories. In 1921, an Unknown Soldier was buried under the arch, who died in the First World War. You can climb to the top of the arch by 286 steps.
Montmartre. Montmartre is a hill 130 meters high located in the north of Paris. At its top is the Sacre Coeur Basilica, the famous Catholic church in Paris. Montmartre has long been a place where artists and writers settled, who later brought fame to France.
Pantheon. The Pantheon is an architectural monument that was originally the Church of Saint Genevieve, and a little later - the tomb of prominent people in France. People such as Voltaire, Hugo, Mirabeau, Rousseau and many other famous French rest here.
Place de la Bastille. This square is named after the Bastille fortress, which was destroyed during the French Revolution. Today, the square is home to concerts, marches, demonstrations, fairs and other social events.
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