The best way to explore Paris is having a tour of the city on foot. You can get to know the city from close quarters. The French capital is known for its edifying culture, architectural splendor, luxurious hotels, museums, art galleries, theatres, good food, music and busy nightlife. In a nutshell, Paris has everything that can give you an unmatched and unforgettable travel experience. Famously known as ‘The City of Lights’, Paris is a wonderful place that every tour buff wants to be at once in their life.
Paris is enviably blessed with bounty of ‘must-see’ tourist spots. Most of these places are close to each other and so you can visit them without feeling fatigue at all. Paris is incomplete without the mention of the Eifel Tower, the towering landmark of this prosperous city. With the highways being flooded with street lights, Eifel Tower looks stunning at night. You can see a small gathering of travellers and shutterbugs near the tower who are busy capturing its beauty in frames.
Sling your camera on the back and take a leisurely walking tour. Visit the Pere-Lachaise Cemetery, the Sacre Coeur, the Pompidou Center, the Arc de Triomphe, the Sainte Chapelle, the Basilique de Sacre, Montmartre region. Do not get bored or tired, hope you will never feel that way as there are lot to see. Drop in the Basilique de Sacre, the Grand Arche de la Defense, Chateau de Versailles. Each of them is a real stand out in its own right.
And yes, how can you forget visiting those beautiful churches? You can see a glimpse of architectural brilliance in those church structures. Don’t believe my words; get a first-hand experience by visiting Notre Dame Cathedral, Basilica of Sacre C’ur, Sainte Chapelle. You must take at least 15 days off your busy schedule for walking tour Paris; I think so. This city is the Mecca of art and culture. So, galleries and museums should be on your ‘must-visit’ list. Paris houses several celebrated museums such as the Musee d Orsay, Musee de Louvre, Centre Georges Pompidou, Rodin Museum, Pacasso Museum, Invalides, Jeu de Paume.
You can discover a throbbing city life in Paris at midnight or crack of the dawn by wandering through the shopping zones, malls, street food corners. French cuisines are a real delight and digging into the superb dishes will be an addition to your wonderful walking tour of Paris. Still the best to come! Paris offers a tranquil beach life too. Cap Ferret, Sete Nice, La Grande Motte, Saint-Jean de Luz are some most popular Parisian sea beaches. Walking bare-footed on the sandy stretch at moonlit night – do you have a better idea to romance with Paris?