sculptorThe Louvre or Louvre Museum is the largest art gallery in the world and a historical monument in Paris, France. It is the central landmark of the city, located on the right bank of the Seine in the first district of the city. From prehistory to the 21st century, there are approximately 38,000 objects on display on an area of 72,735 square meters. In 2019, the Louvre received 9.6 million visitors, making it the most visited museum in the world.
QuinissaThe icon of Paris! Make sure you see the tower when you come to Paris. It is really magnificent, the height, the details. Also, make sure you see it at night time as well, when the lights up. IT IS EXTREMELY BEAUTIFUL. If you wait until midnight, there will be lights twinkling right at 00.00. The best view point is high up across the river. There will be some musicisans playing at nights too there, making it more romantic.
QuinissaI had the chance to visit Notre Dame sadly after the fire ruined the back part of the cathedral, because it was made of wood, so it was easily caught on fire. But luckily, the front part still looks very beautiful, and if you just stay at the front parr, you couldnt tell that something happened before. The Seine river beside this cathedral makes it look even more pretty. I didnt have the chance to go inside because it was closed for renovation at that time.
01234567890liThe Seine ~ is the mother river of the Paris, so to speak. Just like the Eiffel Tower, is the symbol of the French romantic. It is like a jade belt, quietly through Paris. Cruise on the Seine river, just like in historical garden. Past old arch bridge, the above engraving is a French under the engraved on the memory. Seine river cruise ships have many divisions, there are introduced including lunch and dinner cruise. Specific departure time is lunch cruise: boarding time 12:15-12:45. Departure time 13:00 (Saturday, Sunday and holidays), return time 14:45 around 1 hour and 45 minutes. Dinner cruise: boarding time (Lamar bridge aboard) 7:30 - numbered, departure time 20:30, return to the time, the whole tour for 2 hours and 15 minutes. Lunch 55 o ~ dinner price optional, from 99 to 215.
QuinissaMagnificent Palace. People say it would be hard to impress people with another palace after you visit Palaca of Versailles, which I think its true. It is huge and beautiful. Inside, you can see the decoration of the palace where the King used to live and his family. Outside, there is a HUGE and BEAUTIFUL garden which also has many fountains and a big lake. On some of the days, there will be a musical fountains show, though it costs extra money, but it is definetely worth to see. You will feel like youre actually inside a movie like Troy or Game of Thrones!
i enjoyed my life in Paris for 1 week and so wonderful my life time. I explored the beautiful of Eiffel tower and the cool weather on the top of tower. My most memorable moment in my life.
life is too short,use it like there is no more tomorrow
Paris, the most romantic city in the world. Beautiful scenery and the girl.
You can't say you know Paris until you walk there. Expect nothing else than luxury shop and fine dining. Tips: the MacDonald there is amazingly good and affordable
Paris! Paris is a romance as a famous French song says. It's a real love affair. How many days does one need there? As many as they can afford. The best it to go there again and again and rediscover unknown yet so charming areas!
Ahh Paris! What a #HolidayVacation that was. I first went in 2004 and found it an entirely enchanting city. Just walking around and seeing all the shops filled with soft and warm lights, the smell of fresh bread, the haughty walk of Parisians...it's all so fitting. If you're looking for good photos of the city, make sure you visit Basilica of the Sacred Heart, aka Sacré-Cœur. The overlook from there is great.
No visit to the French capital is complete without a trip to and a trip up its most iconic structure. The 300-meter-tall Eiffel Tower was quite simply, the tallest man-made structure in the world, from its opening in 1889 for 41 years until 1930.