Paris is the city of love, croissants, wine and architectural phenomena. Visit the most significant places, see how modern France get along with its ancient descents and enjoy every minute in its atmosphere.
This amazing walk through the city streets will show us the way Parisians see Paris. Luxurious passages that were once considered luxury boutiques gave way to the Champs Elysees, but retained the charm. The city of the time of the King of the Sun - Louis the fourteenth will show us the famous Bursa and feed us with the most unusual street food. The era of magnificent baroque will end on Victory Square with a monument similar to the Bronze Horseman and a modern film about the small victories of boys and men. Moving to another part of the city through the most famous culinary store and elegant music school will show you the way Parisians love Paris. We will find ourselves in the Paris quarter Les Halles and we will understand why Emil Zola called this part of the city the Womb of Paris. Next, we will find a completely stunning center of Pompidou and the Stravinsky Fountain, which are likely to cause a lot of controversy in relation to contemporary art. Well, in conclusion, we look at the most pleasant interior design store and end our journey in the Jewish quarter of Marais. Paris, as Parisians see it.
A romantic evening in the Latin quarter will begin from the bridge near the Notre Dame de Paris, through the fountain of Saint Michael, the University of Sorbonne, the pantheon, the house where Hemingway lived and will end with dinner in one of the most romantic schoolyards
The route begins not far from the famous opera house, runs along Richelieu Street, the garden of the royal palace, the secret square of Valois, the new bridge, the statue of Henry the fourth, the st. Shapel, the Citte, the Notre Dame de Paris, St. Louis island, the embankments and bridges and ends in Latin quarter
Short shopping trip in Galleries Lafayette and observation visit to grand Opera of Paris
It was a brightful day. We walked through the squares and parks of old mansions, visited the Picasso Museum, the art galleries, had lunch at the Place des Vosges, visited the Place de la Bastille and completed the walk by the princely and quiet boardwalk of the River Seine, where live swans and peace reigns.