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Paris, France

Of all the cities I have ever visited in Europe, who would choose to live in Paris. Large sufuciente not to get sick and small enough not to become chaotic.

So is Paris, a city that manages to integrate people from different races and backgrounds who like their natives are always around with a good book in hand.

A coexistence of perfect harmony between office buildings, whose structures are more modern and the historical and cultural monuments of Gothic and Renaissance architecture.

A complete city with culture, music, education, excellent infrastructure of public transport and leisure.

The transport network is so efficient that never stops. When the subway stations close, the night buses continue to operate and so you’re covered for 24 hours walking around.

There is also a large supply of hotels around the city and suburbs, but even so, in periods of high season they fill up quickly.

Prioritize location when choosing a hotel and be careful because the metro network is divided into five zones. So sometimes more worth paying a little more in a hotel best location and spend less on transportation. Of course, if you want a hotel overlooking the Eiffel Tower or the Champs-Élysées, get ready to shell out good money. Here’s how to use the subway in Paris.

Besides the Big Five: Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Champs-Élysées, also visit other places such as the Luxembourg Gardens, the “worldly” street where you will find the Moulin Rouge (lol) with her sexy shops and cinemas Prives, climb to the church of Montmartre and have a splendid view of the city.

Let even as tip, even if it is “good” together, buy a wine and wait for nightfall in the garden in front of the Eiffel Tower until their lights come on. It’s really a sideshow.

When I visited Paris, it was spring there. We had returned from Versailles and stop to see the tower lights come on. It was amazing the color of that sky, 22h were when it started to get dark.

Take also a boat tour of the Seine River and walk, walk yourself through the streets of Paris. Always say it’s better than being on a bus “aquarium”. You know much more the city.

I also wrote other posts by the site talking specifically of some important sights such as the Notre Dame Cathedral , Eiffel Tower , Arc de Triomphe and the like.

I hope you enjoy the information and leave your tips too.

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