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Top Things To Do in Paris
Paris is always a good idea in every season and the attachment only grows with every visit. Called the City of Love for its romantic appeal, the City of Life for its mega-monument Eiffel Tower and the City of Haute Couture for its fashion sensibilities, the capital of France enchants at every step. Haussmann-era architecture, world-class art museums and refined cuisine are just a few of the reasons that bring Paris to the top of the list as one of the favourite cities in the world.
Soak in the essence of the city by experiencing the leisurely cafe culture, strolling along open-air books stalls lining the banks of the Seine and watching artists at work at Montmartre hill.
Fine food is a constant theme, whether at a Michelin-starred restaurant, a street stall in a food market or an authentic bistro. From fluffy croissants and light-as-air macarons to delicate hors d’œuvre, and classic Coq Au Vin, the French capital is a delight for the gourmet at heart.
Art lovers can indulge themselves at the Musee d’Orsay or Louvre, and literary fans can pay homage to favourite haunts of Hemingway, Sartrea and Joyce in the Latin Quarter neighbourhood. After sundown, party the evening away in Le Marais, catch a cabaret show at the Lido on Champs Elysees or take an Eiffel tower night tour to enjoy Paris by night.
The main attractions of Paris can be explored conveniently with a hop on hop off city bus tour. Several guided tours and bike tours are available to hunt out lesser-known gems. There are many popular day trips out of town, including the iconic Palace of Versailles and Monet’s hometown Giverny.
Frequently Asked Questions about Paris
French, the official language, is the first language of 88% of the population. Most of those who speak minority languages also speak French. However if you don't speak French, you definitely need to speak English.