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Paris City Tour 2018
You can start your Paris tour on the metro, on foot, or with a taxi or bicycle; the city is easily navigable on all fronts. Visit the Arc de Triomphe in the center of the city and marvel at its graceful lines and commanding presence. Built between 1806 and 1836, the Arc is one of a number of historical arches and landmarks peppering Paris.
If your Paris sightseeing includes purchasing souvenirs, head to the Champs-Élysées, home of boutique shopping, numerous restaurants, and many bars, along with a theatre and other entertaining venues.
Learn about culture and creativity at the Louvre, a 14th-century palace turned art museum, and check in on the Mona Lisa and her mysterious smile. Notre Dame Cathedral cannot be missed, as this imposing Gothic structure has stood since 1345.
Speaking of imposing, the Eiffel Tower is most frequently used to represent Paris. Stroll beneath it to get a good idea of its height, or travel to the top for a stunning view of the City of Light.
Paris is the capital and largest city in France. The city is crossed by the Sena River in northern France, in the middle of the Île-de-France region (also known as the Paris region).
The city within its administrative boundaries is largely unchanged since 1860, with a population of 2,211,297 inhabitants (January 2008), and the metropolitan area of Paris has a population of 12,089,098 inhabitants (January 2008).
It is one of the most populated metropolitan areas in Europe. Paris was one of the largest cities of the Western world for almost 1000 years before the nineteenth century and the largest city in the world between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Paris is today one of the largest economic and cultural centers in the world, and its political, educational, entertainment, media, fashion, science and arts influences its view as one of the most important cities in the world.
It hosts the headquarters of several international organizations such as UNESCO, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the International Chamber of Commerce or the informal Paris Club. Paris is considered one of the most green and more habitable cities in Europe. It is also one of the most expensive.
Paris and the Paris region, with € 552.1 billion in 2009, produce more than a quarter of France’s gross domestic product. According to estimates for 2008, the agglomeration in Paris is the largest in Europe or the second largest European urban economic pole and the sixth largest in the world
The Paris region has the highest concentration of students (in higher education) in the European Union , it is the first in Europe in terms of R & D capacity and is considered to be one of the best regions in the world for innovation
With about 17 million foreign tourists annually Paris is the most visited city in the world. Paris and its region historical monuments and four UNESCO World Heritage
Although Paris is a spring destination, I had the opportunity to visit the City of Light at the end of winter, when the temperatures were still negative, and the streets of the metropolis were less invaded by tourists.
Though it was not my first experience in Paris, this time I have had enough time to explore the great city and discover its wonderful places.
Here are the most beautiful tourist attractions in Paris, at least from my point of view.
Of course, like any old tourist, the first thing I wanted to see in Paris was the Eiffel Tower. We reached the metro station next to the Trocadéro Gardens, where we had the most beautiful panorama with the famous tower.
The gardens are perched on a small hill offering spectacular views across Paris. There is also the Palais de Chaillot, a huge palace hosting three museums and a theater.
All you have to do is cross the Trocadéro Gardens to the Eiffel Tower, which is imposing.
Although the last time I visited I was able to go unhindered under the steel structure, now access under the tower is restricted, being open only to those who bought the ticket.
Moreover, those who want to visit the Eiffel Tower have to go through a strict check of suitcases, so if you want to climb the tower you have to give some good hours to this experience.
Finally, take a stroll along Champ de Mars to admire the tower from all the hypostases. I recommend that you come to Trocadéro and the darkness to admire a different and spectacular landscape.
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