PARIS

The only city of light where it never stops raining.

EIFFEL TOWER
LIBERTÉ, LEGALITÉ, FRATERNITÉ
LOUVRE

Paris is well known as the city of love. The thing is, you fall in love with the little things, the details. And those are in Montmartre.

Also known as the home of a lot of bohemian artists, it is a hill in Paris (its name meaning 'the mount of Mars'), where you can do as many things such as: eat great French food (both in tourism destinated restaurants or those cosy traditional ones), see one of Paris most known monuments after the Eiffel Tower, take a walk on its' beautiful streets or even stoping for a coffee in one of those Parisian cafes.

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MONTMARTRE

MONTMARTRE

Montmartre is hands down the mental Paris we have all dreamed about. It has the Boulangeries with delicious pastries, the street Cafés, and the most beautiful streets of all Paris. What makes it even better is that is not crowded at all, not even in September, which is the time we chose to visit Paris not knowing it was the highest season. The more you approach the center of the city, the more metropolitan it becomes, as Paris is a very important business city as well.
THE SACRÉ-COEUR BASILIQUE

THE SACRÉ-COEUR BASILIQUE

If you want to see the Basilique, which we recommend very much, know you will have to climb a hell lot of steps,237, because it is placed in one of the higher places in Paris (if you are feeling specially lazy, there is also a funicular that takes you to the top). Let me warn you, it is very crowded, as it is one of the main atractions of the city. However, you don't need such a close up picture, and you will delight in finding that you can see the Basilique from many streets, which are also full of painters. Ah, Montmatre, you have my heart!
THE LOUVRE MUSEUM

THE LOUVRE MUSEUM

The Louvre is a masterpiece in itself, inside and outside as well. During the day, it is a very crowded place, with up to 8.1 million visitors in 2017, but during the afternoon (they turn on the lights) it is absolutely breathtaking. One could spend hours walking the hallways without seeing the same artwork twice. Paris is your city if you like visiting museums: the Museé d'Orsay is said to contain even better pieces than the Louvre, so don't let the Louvre's fame keep you from discovering others...
THE EIFFEL TOWER

THE EIFFEL TOWER

The Eiffel Tower itself is pretty spectacular. Depending on which side of it are you coming from, you will meet a totally different scenario. If you want to get on the Tower, we suggest you take all of your pacience with you on that, as few times have I seen so many people in a queue. It is so touristy that many pickpocketers dwell arond the tower, so be extra careful the more you get close to it. If you only want to see tha tower without actually going up, it is highly recommended to go through Champs-Élysées Avenue instead!
ARC DE TRIOMPHE

ARC DE TRIOMPHE

We weren't even going to visit it! Having the Eiffel Tower, who was going to get a better view than from above it? It turned out that the best views in Paris are from the Arc de Triomphe, as you can see all of Paris from it's roof, whereas from the Tower, you can as well but you are missing Paris most important monument on the landscape.
SAINTE CHAPELLE

SAINTE CHAPELLE

A royal chapel in the gothic style, on the Ilê de la Cité in the River Siene. The most famous features of the chapel, among the finest of their type in the world, are the great mid-13th century stained glass windows, with the walls used only a framing decoration. They represent one of the largest collections in the world, and they tell the story of the Old and New Testament,as well as some history of Paris as well. You can't miss it.

Wondering where to eat in Paris? Whether you want to have a great traditional crêpe in one of the most emblematic spots in Montmartre (Paris) or you prefer a tasty tartiflette in a hidden gem of this city, this is your post.