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10 good reasons to come to Paris

How about a weekend to discover Paris? The “most beautiful city in the world” fascinate, intrigue. Rent now your car Europcar and discover the capital. Given the vast range of available tours, do not be fooled!
You will find among this travel journal all necessary visits to be made. From the Eiffel Tower to the Place de la Bastille to the lane far off the beaten track, you can choose the tone given to your trip. Purely tourist or most atypical? You will choose!

1.Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower, because, if it was to remain a reason to visit Paris, it would be this one. Most  visited monument in France, this tower, higher to 324 meters,  remain the symbol of the capital and provide to each visitor, an exceptional view on the most beautiful city in the world

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2.Arc de Triomphe

Located at the juncture of 12 Avenues, under the influence of the Baron Haussmann, the Place du triomphe de l’Etoile ending the Avenue des Champs Elysées by the imposing roundabout supplanted by the Arc de Triomphe, a Napoleonic historical monument.

Located at the juncture of 12 Avenues, under the influence of the Baron Haussmann, the Place du triomphe de l’Etoile ending the Avenue des Champs Elysées by the imposing roundabout supplanted by the Arc de Triomphe, a Napoleonic historical monument.

3.Court of commerce St. André

Paris, the biggest city of France remains full of unsuspected hiddennooks and crannies, completely hidden behind the largest austere frontage. The Court of Commerce St. Andre is a part to those places, like a piece of nature remained green, that gives pleasure to visit the French capital

Paris, the biggest city of France remains full of unsuspected hiddennooks and crannies, completely hidden behind the largest austere frontage. The Court of Commerce St. Andre is a part to those places, like a piece of nature remained green, that gives pleasure to visit the French capital.

4.Canal St. Martin

Located near to the East Station, the canal St. Martin, where the Parisian youth go at nightfalland popular for its bucolic atmosphere. A total change of scene, especially in the summer, when you can stroll along the banks. A nice sail can be done aboard a houseboat. You can go down until Bastille through different sluices. Entertainment Guaranteed

Located near to the East Station, the canal St. Martin, where the Parisian youth go at nightfalland popular for its bucolic atmosphere. A total change of scene, especially in the summer, when you can stroll along the banks. A nice sail can be done aboard a houseboat. You can go down until Bastille through different sluices. Entertainment Guaranteed.

5. Place de la Bastille

High place of the French Revolution, the jail of Bastille has now given way to July Column topped by the liberty genius, taking off and releasing from the chains of despotism.  This place is today a festive place where bars and restaurants coexist around to Opera commemorating the bicentenary of the revolution

 High place of the French Revolution, the jail of Bastille has now given way to July Column topped by the liberty genius, taking off and releasing from the chains of despotism.  This place is today a festive place where bars and restaurants coexist around to Opera commemorating the bicentenary of the revolution.

6.Le Pont des Arts

Located in the center of Paris, the Pont des Arts, made famous by thousands of padlocks attached to them by lovers, is a place of symbolic passing through the capital. Stroll along the Seine while enjoying one of the most beautiful views of Paris

Located in the center of Paris, the Pont des Arts, made famous by thousands of padlocks attached to them by lovers, is a place of symbolic passing through the capital. Stroll along the Seine while enjoying one of the most beautiful views of Paris.

7. Montmartre

Coming to Montmartre, it’s discovering the essence of Paris with an amazing view on the capital from Sacré Coeur. Take the funicular and go down the stairs in a picturesque and lively area. A palpable romanticism and charm which nobody can get tired

Coming to Montmartre, it’s discovering the essence of Paris with an amazing view on the capital from Sacré Coeur. Take the funicular and go down the stairs in a picturesque and lively area. A palpable romanticism and charm which nobody can get tired.

8. Town hall of Paris

The town hall, geographically located to the heart of capital is a place as impressive inside than outside. Paintings and ornaments that inhabit are sumptuous and can only recall with their style those present at the Château de Versailles. A sumptuous framework for Mayor.

The town hall, geographically located to the heart of capital is a place as impressive inside than outside. Paintings and ornaments that inhabit are sumptuous and can only recall with their style those present at the Château de Versailles. A sumptuous framework for Mayor.

9.Notre Dame of Paris

Located a few blocks from City Hall, the gothic cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris offers us a stunning architecture beautifully preserved through the ages from its 850 years. Full of story and magic, whether you are a believer or not, this monument of the city of Paris worth itself a visit to the capital.

 Located a few blocks from City Hall, the gothic cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris offers us a stunning architecture beautifully preserved through the ages from its 850 years. Full of story and magic, whether you are a believer or not, this monument of the city of Paris worth itself a visit to the capital.

10. The Louvre Museum

=” Located a few blocks from City Hall, the gothic cathedral of Notre Dame of Paris offers us a stunning architecture beautifully preserved through the ages from its 850 years. Full of story and magic, whether you are a believer or not, this monument of the city of Paris worth itself a visit to the capital.

Must during a visit to Paris, the Louvre Museum is a veritable gold mine. Inexhaustible and fascinating, you can wander for hours the corridors of this legendary museum. The Mona Lisa and thousands of other pieces of art will immerse you in the history of art and civilizations.

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