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One of the most romantic cities in the world, Paris is home to numerous historical monuments including the Champs-Elysées Boulevard, the Notre-Dame, and the Eiffel Tower. However, Paris is also well-known for its hidden gems, small cobblestone streets, tiny art galleries, and cute cafes where you can sit down and order a variety of puffed pastries.


The capital of France has a vibrant history. It was established when one of the Celtic tribes built a settlement on the Ile de la Cite in the 3rd century BC. The city was then conquered by Romans in 52 AD who built their own town here on the River Seine. The truth is that Paris was not that important back then and had only 10,000 residents.

Things to do in Paris

1 Visit the Eiffel Tower

No visit to Paris is complete without taking a photograph for your Instagram account in front of the famous Eiffel Tower. Did you know that this structure was considered being a monstrosity when it was completed? Today, it is one of the most famous towers in the world and attracts millions of tourists each year. In order to reach the top level, you will need to take the elevator. Of course, you can walk up to the second level, but keep in mind there are nearly 800 steps in front of you. Once you reach the top, you will be rewarded with spectacular views of the city. Travelers who wish to have a real Parisian gourmet meal can book a table at the Michelin-starred Restaurant le Jules Vernes which is located on the second floor.

2 Walk Through the Lovely Luxembourg Gardens

The second best-known park in Paris after the Tuileries is the wonderful Luxembourg Gardens. These gardens were originally laid out in the 17th century but were remodeled in the 19th century by J.F. Chalgrin. The park is very popular with both Parisians and tourists and boasts several important features including the large octagonal pond, the lovely Fontaine de Médicis, and Théâtre du Luxembourg that houses puppet shows.

3 Check out the Shakespeare and Company Book Store

For a truly unique Parisian experience, head out to the legendary Shakespeare and Company Book Store. Besides hosting poetry events, this second-hand bookstore offers an amazing section that is dedicated to the works of Shakespeare. Fantasy and crime novels can be found on the first floor, while the second floor is reserved for language books. There is an old piano in the corner on the second floor and you are free to have a seat and play some tunes.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit the capital of France is from April to June and from October to November. This is a time when the weather is mild and when there are fewer tourists roaming the streets of Paris. The cheapest time to visit in Paris is definitely during the winter season, while the summer season gets extremely busy with tourists and accommodation rates are quite high.


Roissy Charles de Gaulle (CDG) is the largest major International hub in France, while the Orly (ORY) is located at the south side of the city and mostly handles shorter International flights and domestic traffic.

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