With so much to see and do it is very hard to trace out the necessities in the city. From the ultimate landmarks to traditional sites there are perfect destinations which will fill you to the joyous inside. Paris is not bounded for any word to explain its popularity, from books to romantic movies Paris is everyone’s favourite!

Shopping -the first priority:

Peruse the skylit arcades—Galerie Vivienne, Passage des Panoramas, Galerie Véro-Dodat, and Passage Colbert are all great options.  These are fancy passages which adds the beautification and make the ordinary shopping more fun.

The Sainte-Chapelle:

The most fascinating churches you have ever seen! With stained glass windows, it is not to be missed. The church is the masterpiece of architecture and artistic taste.

Père Lachaise Cemetery:

The largest cemetery which is the house of maximum graves. The graves of renowned personalities are present there. The notable personalities includes Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Frédéric Chopin, Sarah Bernhardt, Marcel Marceau, Honore de Balzac, Marcel Proust, and even Jim Morrison.

Musée de Cluny:

It is the favourite place for those who are artistically and philosophically active. This place highlights the medieval tastes which reflects the critical appreciation of that time.

Visit the Promenade Plantée (also known as Coulée Verte), the elevated railway-turned-park that inspired New York City’s famous west side location.

Tuileries garden:

It is the best place to enjoy the relaxation time. The French-style landscape features statues and art throughout, two tranquil ponds, plus a ferris wheel and old-fashioned carousel. June till August there is the Fête des Tuileries, a carnival with rides, games, and food.

Musée du Louvre:

The trip is incomplete without this visit. The central landmark is profoundly recognizable by the iconic I.M. Pei designed glass pyramids that is on the front. Inside, you’ll see a massive bundle of over 380,000 objects and 35,000 works of art and yes, the famous Mona Lisa raised there too!

Dine in to the favourite Eiffel tower:

On the first floor you’ll find 58 Tour Eiffel, which is open for lunch and dinner with quintessential views. Le Jules Verne is the second floor which offer delicious contemporary French cuisine in a simple modern environment. End up your evening with a glass of champagne at the Champagne Bar on the third floor. Eiffel tower besides it’s food and dine in atmosphere has much more to discover.  The breath-taking view and intelligent architecture is all what an individual seek. The beauty of this tower enhanced when you visit it with your loved one.

Try some velvety cup:

The elegant Belle Époque salon where you’ll find the most decadent, velvety hot chocolate in all of Paris. Experience the taste and aroma of this heavenly made cups and indulge yourself into the depths of taste.

Discover the Shakespearian shelves:

For all the book lovers this place of Paris holds great importance. The bundles of Shakespearian classics on the same street is gift for all. So don’t miss the chance to step into it.

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