Paris is not about museums and galleries; rather it’s more about exploring the arrondissements, and attraction around you!
Noting can be more emblematic in Paris than the Eiffel Tower. This wrought-iron lattice cultural icon standing tall in Paris was built in between 1887-1889. The tower itself is divided into 3 zones. The first two is completely dedicated to elite restaurants, while the top one is purely an observation deck. It’s an exemplary experience. The view is worth it!!!
Who hasn’t heard of Norte-Dame de Paris? It is another shining cultural icon of the city which has gone through several major transformations and desecrations. The very recent form is considered as one of the finest French Gothic architecture, which has noticeable features like stained glass windows and rib vaulting system. Still undergoing for major restoration and is expected to complete by Summer 2024 Paris Olympics.
If you are fond of perfect green space for unwinding and relaxing then Luxembourg Gardens, The Tuileries Gardens, and Jardin du Palais-Royal the rosebeds in the garden is everywhere and the smell is celestial. DO not forget about a few great cafés situated within The Tuileries Gardens, for a quick bite to eat some delectable snacks.
Do not forget to dine at Classic French Restaurants and Bistros in Paris!
When you do out for dinner at a restaurant about which you’ve all heard loud and exuberant whispers. In such a situation it’s ideal if both of you order different dishes, as there is so much to try in Paris and you have so little time to have it all. A classy French-looking restaurant generally has mirrored walls, eclectic art, tiled floor, chalkboard menus, and tables quite close. The wine list is extensive to choose from. You can feel the warmth and overwhelming environment with mouthwatering dishes.