Cold Weekend In The Heart Of
Millions of visitors have been captivated by the timeless charm of the City of Love. From the iconic Eiffel Tower to world-class museums, Paris is a city that exudes culture, history, and romance. Let’s delve into the enchanting allure of the city and explore its many breathtaking sights in winter coat.
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Leonardo Da Vinci
The most visited museum in the world not only houses the famous Mona Lisa. From October 2019 to February 2020, it was also home to the world largest collection of Da Vinci paintings. Photography was unfortunately allowed for private use only.
Lady Of Paris
This iconic cathedral standing on Île de la Cité in the middle of Seine is considered to be one of the best examples of French Gothic architecture. Sadly, in April 2019 it caught fire that destroyed the spire so it has been under reconstruction since then.
The Icon Of France
324 metres high, the Tower offers sweeping views of the city from its 3 levels. It was constructed by Gustave Eiffel for the Paris world’s fair in 1889 and became the most-visited paid monument. The entire city seems to be within your reach.
Over The Étoile
Built in the early 19th century at the peak of Emperor Bonaparte’s fortune, nowadays the Arch offers unique views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower from its 50 meters high viewing platform. The site is accessed from the underground as the road junction is too busy.
The business district is located at the west end of Axe historique – a line of sites, which starts at Louvre and goes all the way through Champs-Élysées to the iconic monument of La Grande Arche. The Arch houses offices but also offers views from the very top.
From the late 17th century until the French Revolution, the Palace was the main royal residence of French monarchs. It’s part of the UNESCO list and especially notable for the Hall of Mirrors. The interiors and extensive gardens make it a great half-day visit.