A timeless city of cobbled streets, sensational art and buildings steeped in history; not to mention the blazing beacon of the Eiffel Tower by night.

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Paris doesn’t really need an introduction, it is the most famous city in the world for a reason, yet many people forget just how magical it can be: the eerie skull-filled catacombs which lie in the depths of the city; the Seine, which reflects its twinkling lights at night; the contemporary design of the Louvre which hides the mysterious smile of the most famous painting on earth; the scent of fresh bread rising from boulangeries; the stylish people and shops which decorate its streets; the regal beauty of Versailles; a host of Michelin Starred restaurants; the glorious Arc de Triomphe; and the iconic Eiffel Tower, which might be the most famous building in the world. Paris is the kind of place which you will never want to leave.

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The Centre Pompidou
The most prominent modern art museum in Europe, Centre Pompidou has an original, outstanding architecture, astonishing exhibits of modern paintings and sculptures from leading worldwide artists, such as Kandinsky and Brancusi, as well as contemporary pieces of Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon and many of the gre...
Louvre Museum
Without any trace of a doubt, the most popular museum in the world, The Louvre cannotbe overlooked. There is so much more to discover here apart from Da Vinci's Monalisa, that even a lifetime would not be enough. Simply astonishing.
Musée des Arts Décoratifs
If design is of particular interest to you, there is no better place to visit in Paris than Musée des Arts Décoratifs, situated on the west wing of the Louvre. Here you will be invited in a journey through French history where you will discover how furniture, glass, carpets, wallpaper and so many more aspe...
Musée d'Orsay
Functioning in the premises of a former train station on the banks of the beautiful Seine, the stunning collection of works of art at Musée d'Orsay contains a vast array of impressionist, symbolist and realist masterpieces, such as astonishing pieces by Monet and Van Gogh.
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Shot in over eighty different destinations, the award-winning romantic comedy of Amélie, directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet is an all-time French favourite. Start your Parisian walk in Amélie’s shoes from the Blanche metro station, visit the heart of the village of Montmartre with Amélie-inspired graffiti on t...
Grand Palais
A magnificent piece of architecture, one of the most iconic French monuments, it hosts arts and science exhibitions, national and international events. A landmark for Paris visitors and locals alike.
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Aligre Market
Having existed for hundreds of years, this daily market provides its visitors with second-hand clothing, housewares and fresh food produce at a more reasonable price than the shops in Paris are able to offer. This market is always incredibly vibrant and full of friendly locals buying seasonal foodstuffs an...

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