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Paris is in a league of its own. Other cities may try to compare themselves to the fabulous City of Light - but nowhere else can hold a candle to Paris.
If you want to do things the easy way, Paris tours generally include the big sights - the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and Notre Dame. But it's well worth dusting off your French phrase book and exploring this magnificent city on your own. Stroll the Champs-Elysees, order a carafe of wine in a café with a traditional zinc-topped bar, brave the traffic at the Arc d'Triomphe and shop for clothes and souvenirs in the stylish boutiques.

There are many, many attractions in Paris - enough to make you want to return again and again. Visit Montmartre to see the infamous Moulin Rouge, and the Sacre Coeur. Take an evening cruise along the Seine. There's always something happening, too - Bastille Day is the most famous Parisian festival, but every month brings new crowds of people to a cultural or sporting event. Paris is traditionally a haven for couples of all ages and sizes. But there's plenty for families and groups of younger travellers too. And whatever age you are, you'll return from your trip knowing that you'll always have Paris.

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Paris is the capital of France a must do destination. Paris the "City of Light " straddles the River Seine. Full of history, lots of fashion, restaurants, culture and great Paris hotels await. Paris was originally a Roman city. The Sorbonne and the " University of Paris " were founded in the medieval period. Hitler ordered the burning of Paris but was ignored by the General von Choltitz.

Paris is located on the River Seine and is divided into 20 arrondissements, or districts, and includes two islands: the Île de la Cité and the Île Saint-Louis. Most of Paris's major attractions can be found within the city center, including Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, the Eiffel Tower, and the Musée du Louvre, to name a few. The Eiffel Tower is unquestionably Paris's most popular attraction. What was originally meant to be a temporary fixture built for the Universal Exhibition of 1889 has since become the symbol of Paris. If you really want to experience Paris like a Parisian, then renting one the hundreds of apartments available at All-Paris-Apartments is the perfect option.

Amidst all of the excitement that Paris has to offer are a number of parks and gardens, each one meticulously cared for. The Tuileries and Luxembourg Gardens are the city's largest and most visited gardens.

Paris is home to some of the world's most impressive museums and galleries. The Louvre is perhaps one of the world's most renowned art museums. Most people visit the Louvre to admire the Mona Lisa, but the Louvre also contains a vast collection of Oriental, Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan, and African art, among others - from paintings to sculptures to ancient artifacts. The museum's exterior is just as grand as its interior with its famous modern glass pyramids contrasting with the building's traditional Renaissance architecture.

Montmartre is the highest point in Paris. Its centerpiece is Sacré-Coeur, the impressive white cathedral that dominates the city skyline from nearly every vantage point. Montmartre is popular with the artistic and literary scene and is quintessential Paris: narrow, cobblestone streets; posh boutiques; trendy bistros. Montmartre is a popular place to enjoy a café au lait or a crème brûlée at one of its many outdoor cafés. Visitors can cap off an evening in Montmartre with a show at the famous Moulin Rouge nightclub.

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Paris is often referred to as “the fashion capital of the world” and boasts world-class shopping opportunities. The Champs-Élysées – and its neighboring avenues – is home to some of the world's most famous designers: Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Chanel, and Hermès, among others. Because the Champs-Élysées is such a magnet for tourists, there are also a number of familiar retail chains here. The Opéra district is also home to several exclusive boutiques, including the famous Galeries Lafayette, which rivals London's famous Harrod's department store.

Paris has an extensive system of public transportation, including buses, trains, taxis, and a metro. The city also launched a bike rental system, called Vélib', in 2007. Bicycles can be rented from a number of locations throughout the city for as little as 1 Euro a day.

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