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Paris is the capital and largest city of France. A city filled with history, amazing art, delicious cuisine, remarkable architecture, and splendid beauty. Explore the Lourve Musuem, Versailles Palace, ...

Paris is the capital and largest city of France. A city filled with history, amazing art, delicious cuisine, remarkable architecture, and splendid beauty. Explore the Lourve Musuem, Versailles Palace, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower and Musée d’Orsay.
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  • Fall in Love with Pari
  • Day 1 Musée du Louvre Paris The vast Palais du Louvre was constructed as a fortress by Philippe-Auguste in the early 13th century and rebuilt in the mid-16th century for use as a royal residence. In 1793 the Revolutionary Convention turned it into the nation’s first national museum. The paintings, sculptu ...
  • Day 1 Versailles Palace Paris The Hall of Mirrors, King's Grand Apartments, Museum of the History of France, explore the Château de Versailles, its gardens, the Grand Trianon
  • Day 1 Panthéon, Paris Paris Planning a trip to Paris? Visit mygola.com, customize this itinerary and book your trip. http://www.mygola.com/fall-in-love-with-paris/i7045 The Pantheon Paris is a building in the Latin Quarter of Paris, France. It was originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve, but after many changes now combines liturgical functions with its role as a famous burial place. It is an early example of Neoclassicism, with a ...
  • Day 1 Basilique du Sacre Coeur Paris Perched at the very top of the Butte de Montmartre, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart was built from contributions pledged by Parisian Catholics as an act of contrition after the humiliating Franco-Prussian War of 1870–71. Construction began in 1873, but the basilica was not co ...
  • Day 2 Arc de Triomphe Paris At the western end of the Champs-Élysées, the Arc de Triomphe suggests an ancient Roman arch, only it's larger. Actually, it's the biggest triumphal arch in the world, about 49m high and 44m wide. To reach it, don't try to cross the square, Paris's busiest traffic hub. With a d ...
  • Day 2 Champs-Elysees Paris Marcel Proust lovingly described the genteel elegance of this storied avenue, the Champs-Élysées. during its Belle Époque heyday, when its cobblestones resounded with the clatter of horses and carriages. Today, despite unrelenting traffic and the intrusion of chain stores and ...
  • Day 2 Notre Dame cathedral Paris Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris is the true heart of Paris; in fact, distances from Paris to all parts of metropolitan France are measured from place du Parvis Notre Dame, the square in front of Notre Dame. A bronze star, set in the pavement across from the main entrance, mar ...
  • Day 2 Jardins du Luxembourg Paris Given their young ages, one of the best ways to enjoy Paris is to picnic at one of the many parks in Paris. Parks like the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Jardin du Tuileries, Champ de Mars and Jardin d'Acclimatation have good ol' fashioned fun for the young ones. There are carousels, ...
  • Day 2 Place VendA'me Paris Property laws have kept this refined square spare and pure. The architect Jules-Hardouin Mansart designed the perfectly proportioned plaza in 1702 as an octagon. To maintain a uniform appearance, Mansart built only the facades of the hôtels particuliers. and the lots behind were ...
  • Day 3 Foyer de la Madeleine Paris For the cheapest lunch in Paris, proceed directly to the basement canteen in the Madeleine Church. Not only is the three-course meal breathtakingly affordable, but it is philanthropic to boot -- all proceeds go to the work being done by the church. Seating is at shared tables in ...
  • Day 3 Eiffel Tower Paris Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best known landmark and Paris's most famous symbol. You couldn't possibly visit Paris without seeing the Eiffel Tower. Even if you do not want to visit this world famous structure, you will see its top ...
  • Day 3 Place de la Concorde Paris This square at the foot of Champs-Élysées was originally named after Louis XV. It later became the Place de la Révolution, where crowds cheered as Louis XVI, Marie-Antoinette, and some 2,500 others lost their heads to the guillotine. Renamed Concorde in 1836, it got a new cen ...
  • Day 3 Opera National de Paris Paris Classical ballet as we know it today arose within the Paris Opera as the Paris Opera Ballet and has remained an integral and important part of the company. Currently called the Opéra National de Paris, it mainly produces operas at its modern 2700-seat theatre Opéra Bastille whi ...
  • Day 3 Pont Neuf Paris The Pont Neuf is, despite its name, the oldest standing bridge across the river Seine in Paris, France. Its name, which was given to distinguish it from older bridges that were lined on both sides with houses, has remained. It stands by the western point of the Île de la Cité, ...
  • Day 4 Renaissance La Defense Puteaux Located in Puteaux. Sofitel Paris La Defense is close to CNIT Convention Center, Grande Arche, and Palais des Congres de Paris. Sofitel Paris La Defense has a health club and a fitness facility. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. This 5-star hote ...
  • Day 4 Tuileries Garden Paris The formal, 28-hectare Tuileries Garden, which begins just west of the Jardin du Carrousel, was laid out in its present form, more or less, in 1664 by André Le Nôtre, who also created the gardens at Vaux-leVicomte and at Versailles. The Tuileries soon became the most fashiona ...
  • Day 4 HA'tel des Invalides Paris Les Invalides. as this Baroque complex is known, is the eternal home of Napoléon Bonaparte. or more specifically, the little dictator's tomb, which lies under the towering golden dome. There are two churches here: St-Louis des Invalides Church, built between 1677 and 1706, later ...
  • Day 4 Canal St. Martin Paris The once-forgotten canal has morphed into one of the city's trendiest places to wander. A good time to come is Sunday afternoon, when the Quai de Valmy is closed to cars and some of the shops are open. Rent a bike at one of the many Vélib' stations, stroll along the banks, or go ...
  • Day 4 Moulin Rouge cabaret Paris When this world-famous cabaret opened in 1889, aristocrats, professionals, and the working classes all flocked in to ogle the scandalous performers (the cancan was considerably more kinky in ToulouseLautrec's day, when girls kicked off their knickers). There's not much to see fr ...
  • Day 5 Pompidou Centre Paris Love it or hate it, the Pompidou is certainly the city's most unique-looking building. Most Parisians have warmed to the industrial, Lego-like exterior that caused a scandal when it opened in 1977. Named after French president Georges Pompidou. it was designed by then-unknowns R ...
  • Day 5 Musée d'Orsay Paris Lonely Planet review for Musée d’Orsay Facing the Seine from quai Anatole France, the Musée d’Orsay is housed in a former train station. It displays France’s national collection of paintings, sculptures, objets d’art and other works produced between the 1840s and 1914, ...
  • Day 5 Château de Vincennes Vincennes Dating back to the 12th century, a little before the Louvre, Vincennes is one of the few castles which, from the Middle Ages to our time, has consistently found itself at the centre of French History. This website is at your disposal to help you discover or rediscover this except ...
  • Day 5 Place des Vosges Paris The Place des Vosges has two major houses. In the middle of the north side is the Queen Pavillon, dedicated to the former queen of France. On the south side is the King Pavillon, Le Pavillon du Roi. These houses are not open to visitors. You can, however, visit the home of Victo ...
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