If you are visiting Paris and wondering which places you should go to and what are the things you could do, here are some handpicked amazing places and activities for you. Take a look at these 3 things to do in Paris.
1. Visit the Eiffel Tower
Paris, being a beautiful place overall, has some exceptionally delightful places, and one of them is the Eiffel Tower.
It is such a delightful experience to visit the Eiffel Tower early in the evening. With a soothing view of the sun about to set, you can notice the sky in golden to change it's color to a light brown amber. Each level of the tower has it's own perks! With each level the panoramas become more magnificent as the sun drowns in the sky changing to red, with the city's beautiful monuments sparkling and the gorgeous Seine river reflecting the colors of the sunset. You can also make your experience even more special by watching the sunset while dining at one of the Eiffel Tower restaurants. With a breathtaking view and a good delicious meal, you might find it impossible to forget such an amazing memory.
2. A boat tour on the Seine river
Going on a cruise ship in the Seine river is a relaxing way to see all the top sites Paris offers. Sailing past the Place de la Concorde, the Louvre, the Musée D'Orsay, the Notre-Dame Cathedral and other landmarks along the way. Tourists can choose among a variety of boat tours, including daytime boat tours, brunch and lunch tours, romantic dinner cruises. At night time the Seine river and the monuments are illuminated, creating a magnificent captivating impression.
3. Exploring the Old quarters of Paris
The Quartier Latin, the Île Saint-Louis, and Le Marais are eye-catching neighborhoods where the visitors can feel the ambiance of medieval Paris. The best place to start is on the Left Bank in the Latin quarter. Visitors can cross the Seine river, the Petit Pont bridge and head to the Île de la Cité to visit the Notre-Dame Cathedral (what is left of it), and then cross the Pont Saint-Louis to reach the Île Saint-Louis. Visitors can surely feel the old-world charm while walking in the gorgeous quiet pedestrian streets of the Île Saint-Louis and checking out the inviting boutiques on the Rue Saint-Louis en l'Île. A self-guided tour can be continued by walking across Seine to the Le Marais, which is a historic district full of old beautiful palaces and mansions. Tourists should not miss the chance of having a look around the Place de Vosges, a beautiful square lined with Renaissance aristocratic residences, and then move along the Rue des Francs-Bourgeois, a narrow street with many attractive fashionable shops.
These are only 2 things you can do in Paris, but no matter how long you stay in Paris it will never be enough for you, and Paris will surely be one of the most enjoyable places you have ever been to.
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