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Whether it’s the elegant tree-lined boulevards, cosy pavement cafes that emanate an aroma of coffee and baguettes or the silhouette of the Eiffel Tower against a Parisian sunset; Paris is undoubtedly the spirit of romance captured in one city. Revel in the beauty of Rodin’s Kiss, the grandeur of Notre Dame and the exquisite views from the Sacre Coeur, perched on the highest point of the city. . 

Split in to 20 ‘arrondissements’, the most expensive hotels in Paris are found in the 1st and 2nd, near the Louvre, and the 3rd and 4th in the fashionable Marais.  The Hotel de Buci in the 4th dates back to the 16th century and is one of the oldest hotels in Paris. Prices become more reasonable as you head out to Saint Germain in the 6th and Invalides in the 7th while Gare du Nord in the 10th offers good accommodation close to the train station. Although further away, the excellent metro links transport you to the heart of the city in no time.

With possibly the finest collection of art in the world, the first Sunday of every month sees Paris throw open its museum doors for free, so art lovers can partake of Picasso , admire the Louvre’s stunning collection and the works of great masters like Monet, Renoir and van Gough in the Musée d'Orsay. 

Paris is the place to indulge a penchant for food and fine wine in its delightful cafes, restaurants and bistro’s. Groaning with boutiques, flea markets and designer stores, the streets of Paris are a haven for those whose raison d’être is retail therapy.

Did you know...?

Paris actually started life with a different name. Centuries ago, on the murky banks of the Seine, the city was named Lutèce, said to come from the Latin word for mud. Thankfully, the name and the mud disappeared.

Ancient history shows Paris was once a Roman city, complete with amphitheatre where gladiatorial games were the height of entertainment. Remnants remain to this day like the Arènes de Lutèce.

La Charlotte de I ’Isle café, located on the tranquil Île Saint-Louis on the Seine, has been in business for over 30 years. Rich hot chocolate flows like water and the patisserie, simply divine. Their carafes of wine may keep you there longer than planned!


Paris Travel Guide

The Eiffel Tower

The Louvre

Notre Dame

Paris is often referred to as ‘the City of Love’, and it’s not hard to see why. Its elegant streets and lofty landmarks exude a dreamlike quality as well as oodles of style and sophistication. The city has been an important hub since Roman times, later becoming the political, cultural ...

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