You simply must see Paris from above to truly appreciate the beauty of the city. Here are 10 viewing platforms that will allow you to admire the skyline and rooftops of Paris. We wish you clear weather for maximum visibility!
Versailles (Par et chateau de Versailles) isn't just a palace, but an entire city built specifically to take care of the royal palace. Louis XIV wanted to make something so luxurious that no one could equal it in wealth and beauty.
What to visit in halls of Versailles
The palace complex is made up of a few different zones. The main royal residence is more luxurious and pompous. The architects Louis Le Vau and Charles Le Brun were invited to design it. The magnificent building is full of the dreams and whims of the famous Sun King.
If you aren't staying in Paris for long and want to see the main sights, a bus tour is a good choice. In 1-2 days, you'll see all the biggest symbols of the city. The double-decker Hop-on Hop-off buses are good for an overview of Paris, and then you can dedicate the rest of your vacation to your favorite places.
When you go to Paris for the first time, you want to see the main tourist attractions. There are more than enough of them to take an entire trip to see. But what should you do if you're tired of plowing through the endless crowds of tourists? Where can you go in Paris ifyou want to see something new and unusual?
A whole week in Paris? You're so lucky! You don't know where to go or what to do? We can help. In a week you can do basically everything, from seeing the main tourist sites and a few museums to walking throughout the small Paris streets.
There's a lot to do when you're planning a Paris vacation. Once you've booked your plane tickets and hotel, it's time to get tickets for all the must-see tourist attractions. This article will tell you which tickets are best to order in advance, how to avoid long lines and how to save money on tours.
Red lights and Paris are seemingly inseparable ideas. Many think that Paris has a street, a quarter, or even an entire district of red lights. It's partly true and partly not. Let's figure it out.
There's a red-light district in Amsterdam, but not Paris. There aren't brothels with girls in windows as outlets for lust and debauchery.
We've already written about the best plan if you only have one day in Paris. Below you'll find an example route and map of what you can see in two days. By the way, if you'll be in Paris for just two days and want to see as much as possible quickly, download our audio guides and you'll have routes, legends, and good company!