Paris

Who would say no to Paris visit?

Nicknamed the “city of light” and perceived as the symbol of French culture, Paris is a magical city full of emblematic sites to discover. Moreover, every year millions of tourists flock to visit the French capital and visit its many…

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Did you know that The Doors front man Jim Morrison is buried in Paris ?

In the cemetery Père-Lachaise located in the 20th Arrondissement in beautiful, peaceful surroundings lies Jim Morrison; front man and singer of The Doors, poet, lyricist and amateur film-maker. Every year thousands of fans make the pilgrimage to visit Jim Morrison’s…

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Montmarte Harvest Festival 2010 6-10th October

The Montmarte Harvest Festival in Paris, the Fête des Vendanges, is a time-honoured, traditional village fete that celebrates the yearly wine harvest of the local ClosMontmarte vineyards. Many people do not even know that the capital city of France even…

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Shopping in the City of Light in Paris !

If you love to shop, then Paris is for you. If you are a shopaholic then Paris is dangerous. In fact, according to one Parisian friend, even those who hate shopping, enjoy shopping in Paris. Don’t be put off thinking…

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Jog & Visit…. a super cool and fit way to see Paris !

Jog & Visit is a new and unusual way to explore the streets and sights of Paris. Jogging: Individually or in groups, you go at your own pace and the tour chaperons will guide you through the streets of Paris…

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Mon chéri, we’re in Montmartre !

Set on the Right Bank, Montmartre is famous, or some say infamous for being thecentre of the bohemian and decadent Parisian lifestyle that took off in the 19th century. The beautiful, but now slightly dilapidated Elysees Montmartre Theatre, the oldest…

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Getting around Paris

Exploring Paris and finding your way from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre needn’t daunt you; the Paris transport system is one of the most efficient in the world. Most of the Paris transport system is run by the RATP,…

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Christmas in Paris

Paris is not commonly covered in snow and exaggerated decorations during the Christmas months however this doesn’t affect the festive atmosphere that fills the city at this time of year. A Christmas spent in Paris is an enchanting experience. Christmas…

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The Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Elysees in Paris

The Arc de Triomphe is located on the right bank of the River Seine in the Place de l’Étoile (also known as the Place Charles de Gaulle) at the top of the Champs-Elysees. It represents the French nation and links…

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New year, new city, new experience…

The time is near, when once again the question on everyone’s lips is, “What are we going to do on New Year’s Eve?” So where to go? Eating out on New Year’s Eve is always expensive; a club the same,…

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