Exploring the Dramatic Backdrops of Paris

Exploring the Dramatic Backdrops of Paris

Located on the river Seine, Paris is the capital and also the largest city of France.

Whether it is bars and eateries or the fabulous sites and attractions, this city has something about it that cannot be easily rivaled.

 

Get acquainted to the city with the Open Double Decker Bus Tour

If you are visiting Paris for the first time, be sure to go on the bus tour as it will help decide how you would like to further your investigation of the place. The L’Open Tour is what you should go for as it has an open deck which gives you a clear outlook of this beautiful city. You can roam around according to your own needs, getting off and on as you wish.

 

Reach the pinnacle of the beloved Eiffel Tower

Get to Paris in order to admire the Eiffel Tower. Snagging your ride on the elevator to any of the observation podiums at the peak of this more-than-a-century-old iron icon is something you simply can’t live without while in Paris. It was constructed for the World’s Fair that demarcated the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. It welcomes more than 6 million visitors each year. The view that the highest platform offers will leave you stunned.

 

Sail aboard the Sunset River Cruise on the Seine

There is no better way to acknowledge the real Paris than by sailing across the Seine River while the sun bids farewell to the Eiffel Tower and other attractions of the city. You can even go on a Night Sightseeing cruise that embarks from near the Eiffel Tower and will keep you awed for around an hour. Dinner cruises are also available, so you can admire the enchanting city in class. Hop on and be ready to fight for the best seat on the cruise.

 

Let yourself be awed by the Notre Dame Cathedral

Paris will take you to one of the most iconic places of the region, the Notre Dame Cathedral. It is located east of the Île de la Cité. It took almost two centuries to complete, and the results are breathtaking owing to the French Gothic Architecture. The cathedral has portals enclosed by ornate cravings, a number of gargoyles on the roof and flying buttresses.

 

Please the art-lover in you at Musee d’Orsay

If you are a fan of marble sculptures and impressionist paintings, you are probably hyperventilating at the name of the Musee d’Orsay. Housed inside what used to be a railway station, this spectacular museum displays French art which can be traced back to the 1800s and the 1900s with a vast range of paintings by Monet, Manet and many others. Reward yourself with the fantastic views offered here.