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Who doesn’t want to visit Paris? So many people in this world have been dreaming of visiting this magnificent city for years and years. Many reasons have caused Paris to be one of the dream cities of the world. Its wonderful architecture, well-known history, and rich culture, romantic atmosphere along with famous culinary are some of the magnetic pulls that attract people to come. Too many interesting places in Paris can confuse you of where to go first. You can follow this Paris Vacation guides to to make sure that you don’t miss the best of all of Paris.
The Eiffel Tower is the first destination that you know you wouldn’t miss. There is no use of telling you how majestic this tower is. Everyone in this world has known about it. What you need to know is that some great tourist destinations around the tower you can explore as well. Hotel des Invalides is the place where you can find the golden dome of Napoleon’s tomb. Along the river, you can also find the Palais Bourbon or the French Parliament is a magical building of ancient Greek architecture which was built in 18th-century.
To the east of the tower, you can walk along the Seine until you find the unique museums in Paris. Les égouts (the Sewers) and the American Church are two of the city’s most attractive places beside the Pont Alexandre III. The last one is the city’s most ornate bridge, which was built from 1896 until 1900. Spanning the Seine from Invalides to the Grand Palais, this bridge is the best place to see the beauty of Seine along with glided sculptures, Art Nouveau lamps, and cherubs.
The Bastille is another must-see place in Paris. Being the monument of the French Revolution, this place offers you a glimpse of the French’s great history. Yet, there are more to see here. The narrow streets around the area are lined with music clubs and bars as well as the Opera Bastille that can cheer up your night. A bit farther away, you will find the Canal St-Martin, an area that becomes one of the hottest destinations in Paris because of its lively cafes, bars, art galleries, and boutiques. To the south, you will find Rues Oberkampf, St-Maur and Jean-Pierre-Timbaud. Those are the area where talented artists and designers of the city set up their shops.
If you have plenty of time in this city, still many more destinations, you can visit. You can head to the Louvre and the neighborhood around it to see some of the city’s favorite attractions. Champs-Élysees is the most famous avenue of Paris, and possibly the world, that you shouldn’t miss either. While you are around the Seine, don’t miss the two islands of Ile St-Louis and Ile de la Cite. Both are wonderful places that you should not visit without bringing a camera with you.