Whenever we plan a trip to Paris, the City of Love, we usually plan to visit the iconic Eiffel Tower, The famous Lourve art museum which houses the famous 'Monalisa', the Notre Dame - the 13th Century Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe etc. We may even make it a point to book a Cabaret Show in the late evening either at the famous The Moulin Rouge, or The Lido de or at The Crazy Horse!!!
For those of you who would like to experience the Shimmering, then this takes place every evening, every hour for 5 minutes. when the Eiffel Tower gets adorned with its golden lights and its beacon shines over Paris....
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Paris…the City of Love!!! Come to Paris and fall in love..fall in love with its people, fall in love with it’s fashion, visit the best Patisseries of the world in Paris and fall in love with its pasteries, and most of all, while you are out there, admiring its culture, its architectural wonder, you will have a chance to fall in love all over with yourself.
Paris is synonymous with art and the city has numerous art galleries showcasing some of the best masterpieces from around the world, from pre-history to the Renaissance, contemporary and classic. One of the most famous art galleries is the Louvre Museum, home to the iconic Mona Lisa. This historic building dates back to the 12th century when it was originally a fortress, before it was a palace in the 16th century, later becoming a museum in 1793. You can’t miss the iconic glass pyramid in the courtyard in front.
There are a hundred things you could do, see and visit when in Paris. This beautiful city is full of historic buildings and some sites in the city date back to the Roman times. Paris is an expensive city and can be a little heavy on your purse. Select your hotel room booking as per your budget from Booking.com
The Eiffel Tower is one of Paris's most visited attractions, welcoming almost seven million visitors per year. So no visit to Paris would be complete without a must visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower.
Completed on March 31, 1889, the tower was the world’s tallest man-made structure for 41 years until the completion of the Chrysler Building in New York in 1930. Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World Fair — held to commemorate the centennial of the Revolution — the Eiffel Tower (Tour Eiffel) made headlines at the time as the world's tallest structure at 1,050 feet (320 meters).