Beyond its countless postcards and its image immortalized in the seventh art, Paris is an eclectic destination and perhaps also the most visited city in the world. Over the past year, around 27 millions of tourists have surrendered to the charms of the French capital. From romanticism to sophistication, from cliché to unexpected suppression on every little street, square or garden, this place rich in history rarely disappoints its visitors. Finding accommodations for all budgets and touring this city on foot, bicycle or bateaux mouche is easy and delicious at all times of the year.
Culturally effervescent, in its agenda what is not missing are shows, spectacles, exhibitions. Polo of creation, here there is space for the most diverse forms of artistic manifestations, either in the metro or in the exquisite halls of the Opera Garnier. Its haussmanien-style buildings and their large boulevards give the impression that time has not passed, even though we are walking in a hectic European capital. A stroll through Montmartre or the Seine River does not leave anyone indifferent. Its fairs to the free, restaurants and authentic cafes reveal a bit of Parisian life, where food takes place of honor. Grand monuments point out that Paris was the residence of great historical personalities. From the Eiffel Tower to the alternative neighborhood of Belleville, Paris inspires and continues to inspire everyone who has made it their home, even for a few days.