PARIS Mia Picon, Talin Kalpakian, Sylvestre Corti, Conrado vazquez Auñon Mia Canicoba and Felipe Floria

Paris, the ‘City of Lights’, is the main touristic capital in the world. You just cannot miss out on this fantastic city! Its culture, the Art Deco style of architecture and romantic atmosphere are the main attractions and what drives tourists to chose Paris as their destination.

Paris is also known as ‘City of Love’ which is why many couples choose Paris as a romantic getaway.

In Paris, you have an extensive variety of activities, where you can either take a walk through the magical wooden Pont des Arts overlooking the ferries, leave a padlock with a personal and meaningful wish, and keep the key as a keepsake, you can have lunch at the Bistros, or even visit Euro Disney!


Paris is one of the capitals of the world with the most culture and history, it is well known for having the most iconic monuments and landmarks, such as the Triumphal Arch, one from the war, and one of the most recognized in the world, The Eiffel Tower.


This iconic symbol is usually one of the top priorities for most tourists. Towering more than 300 meters high, located in the Champ de Mars park. The symbolic monument was constructed for the 1889 World'se Exposition. Visitors can ride the elevator to see the incredible, wide views of the city or have dinner in one of the two restaurants that are found in the tower.


The Avenue des Champs-Elysees is Paris’s most famous street and is regarded as the most beautiful avenue in the world. It is about 1 mile long, and the boulevard connects two very symbolic landmarks: the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde. The avenue has many restaurants, high-fashion boutiques, museums and nightclubs.


This public park is the second largest in Paris. Visitors here can have picnics or take a stroll among the beautiful lawns, gardens and fruit orchards which have various statues and fountains. There are numerous jogging paths, tennis courts and gym equipment. Children usually play in the playground, ride ponies, watch a puppet show or sail model boats in the ponds.


One of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris is the Arc de Triomphe. It was constructed in 1806 in honor of the battles of Napoleon Bonaparte. It's 50 meters high and 45 meters wide. The arch features symbols of the battles and has the names of many soldiers who died fighting for Napoleon.


The Musee d’Orsay is known for the having the world’s most known collection of impressionist paintings. The museum features thousands of art works and objects reflecting the 18th century. Visitors can walk through several rooms to admire great art works by many famous artists like Monet, Van Gogh, Cezane, Degas, Pissarro, Renoir and Jean-Francois Millet.


Notre Dame Cathedral is without a doubt, a spot you have to see if you visit Paris. The church is a big example of the French Gothic arquitecture, as it reflects a great part of it. You can take great tours of the cathedral and see the beautiful sculptures and relics.


The Louvre Museum is located in the Louvre Palace and has a glass pyramid to mark the entrance. It stores over a million objects, and contains some of the world’s most famous and historic artworks such as Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” Michelangelo’s “Dying Slave” and the Greek statue, “Venus of Milo.”


When The Palace of Versailles was first built, it worked as a royal hunting lodge, and later became a palace for the king’s court. Visitors come all over the world to see its magnificent gardens and the Hall of Mirrors with 357 mirrors and 17 arches.


If you are looking for places to have lunch or dinner surrounded by a romantic, magical and glamorous atmosphere, Paris is the place for you. It has the most wonderful restaurants, such as Le Meurice, one of the most well-known restaurants in Paris.

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