Adventures to Paris

Are you planning a holiday to Paris? Are you dreaming of little narrow streets, sidewalk cafes, and a skyline marked by the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame? Actually, it’s very easy to get to Paris via the Channel Tunnel. You can take the train from London and be in Paris in just three hours.

Once you get there, you have countless things to see and do. Here are just a few ways you can enjoy a fabulous holiday in Paris.

Walk Through History

With no shortage of historical sites and landmarks, Paris offers fun days jam-packed with site-seeing and learning. You can visit the historic cathedrals, such as Notre Dame and Sacre Coeur, or peruse the collections at renowned museums like the Louvre, the Musee d’Orsay and the Musee de l’Orangerie. Afterward, shop for haute couture at the many boutiques along the Champs-Elysee. Or, take the train out to Versailles and visit the historic palace. Finally, you can finish off your day with a trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower, with beautiful views of the city.

Experience the Haute Cuisine

Another reason to visit Paris is the world-famous cuisine. French chefs hold traditional recipes in high esteem, making use of fresh, local, high quality ingredients. Along with the food itself, the French place emphasis also upon the experience of a meal, with careful attention given to ambiance and presentation. Eat a meal in Paris, and you’ll remember it for the rest of your life.

Get into the Nightlife

Paris is also known for exciting nightlife. Good party neighbourhoods include Pigalle, Belleville and Oberkampf, where you can sample everything from a classy cocktail to a beer in a grungy bar.

Onward to Other Adventures

The fun doesn’t stop in Paris. You can take a short train ride to any number of other cities in Europe, such as Brussels, Amsterdam, Strausbourg and Lille. Although less well-known, these cities are just as interesting as Paris and present just as many opportunities for adventure. If you’re up for it, incorporate some of these places into you

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