Paris is one of the most popular cities in world, often referred to as the “City of Love” or “City of Light”, the streets of Paris overflow with history, culture, art and beauty. Home to historical monuments such as Notre Dame, the Eiffel tower (320m), Bastille, Louvre and many more. Much of the city was re-designed by Haussmann in the 19th century. Between casual strolls along the Seine and stops to enjoy the many cultural offerings, make sure you indulge in some of the city's most delicious cuisine... Paris food and drink has an international reputation for excellence. The city home to some of the world’s leading culinary schools and capital of gastronomy with a vibrant cafe scene, sumptuous street food, and fresh food markets.
ActivitiesParis offers endless possibilities, even the locals would agree it is impossible to see every sight! Here are just a few – Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, walk along the Champs-Elysees, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Catherdral, Versailles, Musee D’orsay, shopping in Le Marais, visit Montmartre, watch a show at the Moulin Rouge, Seine River cuisine and many more!
Skiing & BoardingThe French Alps are easily accessible by train from Paris. Numerous TVG trains leave Paris each morning bound for the Alps, arriving around lunch time so you have time to sneak in and afternoon ski.
Getting There & AroundParis has a range of accommodation from luxurious hotels to bed-and-breakfasts and self-contained apartments. Paris is divided into 20 arrondissements, or suburbs, that spiral out clockwise from the centre on the north bank of the Seine. The most popular areas to stay include Le Marais, Saint-Germain, Latin Quarter and Montmarte.
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The Grand Pigalle Hotel offers 37 rooms in a classically Parisian buiding at the corner of rues Victor-Masse and Henry Monnier.
Hotel des Grands Boulevards is a sumptuous space featuring 50 bedrooms, a restaurant and rooftop terrace. Each hotel room is unique.