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Interesting places and facts about the city Paris in France

It is impossible to describe in a few words Paris, еру magnificent French capital. This is a huge city of interacting contrasts that form a unique style and atmosphere. The famous Parisian boulevards smell of coffee, chestnuts, croissants, and fresh pastries. Although the majestic Eiffel Tower, the huge Louvre and the legendary Notre-Dame de Paris are symbols of the city and form an initial idea of ​​it, you should immediately throw all the stereotypes and prejudices away. Actually here you will find much more exciting and interesting things than you can even imagine. Paris is often compared with the ocean, the unfathomable depth of which boggles the mind and takes your breath away.

Attractions & Entertainment

Immediately upon arrival in Paris go to the Eiffel Tower, the main attraction of the city and the whole of France built in 1889. An excellent viewpoint from a height of 324 meters will allow you to see the entire capital and other attractions, make up the tourist route, and simply enjoy the romantic urban bustle. The most "Parisian" places also should become the must-see points for you: Tuileries Gardens, Champs Elysees, 12th century Notre-Dame de Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, as well as the Historical axis in the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle. In addition to the magnificent architecture and incredible urban landscapes, Paris is famous for its galleries and museums, the most famous of which is the Louvre, housing the works by Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, and other legendary artists.
The culinary reputation of France owes much to Paris. In the early 19th century, migration flows have brought with them into the city culinary traditions of different regions of the country. The local cuisine Restaurants kept all these traditions and today offer its guests dishes for every taste. Distinguished culinary capital of the world will delight gourmands with a huge number of world-class restaurants and give budget visitors the opportunity to have a good meal in a classic Parisian cafe. If you are going to spend a weekend in Paris, be sure to try the traditional French dishes such as foie gras, French onion soup, baguette, Sole meunière, and frog legs. But what about the drinks? Wine is a traditional French drink. The Parisians know how to properly make it, drink, and choose the right one for a particular dish.
Although Paris is considered to be a romantic city for lovers, a vacation in Paris with the whole family can be funny and interesting. Like any European capital, Paris invites kids to meet adventures in Disneyland, or visit the Asterix water park, one of the largest water parks in the world. Theme parks, a unique zoo in the Bois de Vincennes and children's museums (eg Museum of magic) will help your child to have fun, learn something new and love this city forever. Go as a family to the Jardin des Plantes botanical garden with exotic plants, which also houses the Museum of Natural History and zoo.
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At first glance, the transport infrastructure may seem very complicated and confusing. If you do not have time to get used to the crazy rhythm of the city, you can rent a car to feel more confident in the new environment. However, take into account the fact that the Parisians are always in a hurry and do not attach importance to small scratches and dents on their cars. So you have to obtain a full insurance and spend extra money to pay for parking, because it's almost impossible to find free parking here.

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