Paris for seniors – Beauty, Light & Joy Are for Everyone
Paris, with its traditional glory and irresistible charm is a destination for all including the senior tourists. It is possible for the senior citizens to avail some good discounts on air fare, lodging and restaurant bills, thereby saving a tidy sum on travel expenses.
Paris is dotted with so many sight-seeing spots, that every turn and twist will lead you to a new place to explore. As far as the senior citizens are concerned, they should have a good mix of the regular must-visit spots and rarely frequented places on their tour chart. Let us start with the Pantheon as a part of ‘Paris for Seniors’ exploration. Walk straight to its crest and step outside. Walk along the perimeter of the dome. You will have a breathtaking beauty of the city from this place.
Look down the main road, Jardin de Luxembourg will be in full glare. It is the next place you will be heading to. A walking tour of the Latin Quarter & Sorbonne is an experience to cherish, spectacular beauty, undoubtedly it is! Visiting Paris without ever dropping in bar or restaurant? A great miss if you ever try to be exceptional. So, head to Le Violon Dingue. This bar is seated on the Rue de la Montagne St Genevieve and offers good classy ambiences to enjoy a complete relax.
Next on your list should be Jardin the Luxembourg. This is a world famous park and draws tourists in hordes. The major attraction is the boat on the fountain pond. Slowly make your way through the crowd to Avenue de L’observatoire. You may be feeling tired and a great place to lunch is Closerie des Lilas. Walk your way down to the Eglise Saint-Sulpice. You will see the rose line along with a wonderful church and mountain. Get out of the church, take a right turn, walk down Princesse and you will be in front a good line-up of cafes.
Won’t you buy some souvenirs from this wonderland of light and joy? Look straight, you will find a shopping district. The shops have plenty of decorative pieces and other beautiful gift items. Boulevard Saint Germain, another street to wander along and feast your eyes on what lie on two sides. Visit Saint Germain church; it is a beauty in its own right. The church can be seen once you hit Boulevard. Head straight and you will stumble upon Rue de Seine. Wonderful art galleries are lined up; don’t miss to make a visit to.