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Known to be a paradise on the earth, Paris is the most populated and the capital city of France. Dating back to the ancient times Paris was seen to be the major hub for the overall development of the country, from economy and agriculture to arts, fashion and education, the city has set ultimate goals in the entire country. Seen to host approximately 18 percent of the entire population in France, this city is noted to be the second most expensive city in the world after Singapore.

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This city is considered to be a perfect amalgamation of fashion, rich art, architecture and a bit of everything that makes a place ideal for attracting tourists from all around the world. However, the architectural landmarks and the antique museums still remain the major cause of attraction, one of the most evident examples of which is Louvre which witnesses the highest visits in the year 2019. Paris is now declared to be the World Heritage Site due to its ethereal beauty and jaw-dropping sightseeing places. A perfect day trip to the gothic Lavish chapel of Sainte-Chapelle and Eiffel Tower will set your day just right. Paris has the second busiest underground public transport facilities in the world which makes wandering around in the city very feasible.


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Home for various sports that recollect the pride and adventure in the country, Paris also attracts a large number of tourists due to the adrenaline junk that it offers to its visitors in the form of sports. Paris Saint-Germain is one of the most popular football clubs in the world, due to the annual FIFA WorldCup that takes place in the outskirts of the city. Paris is known for its charming nature amongst the visitors, with a power to please the wide range of audience, one can never fall short of places to explore in the city. For an ideal day out, you can tuck into the French Macarons or spend some ideal time in Disneyland. The city also features some of the best vineyards in the country so all the wine lovers out there can prepare their taste buds to receive elixir in the form of the purest wine that the world offers.


Best Time To Visit The City 

The best time to visit the city is from the months of June to August and from September to October. June to August is said to be an ideal time if you want to visit the city when the ambience is the mirthful and cool wind blows by. The only drawback of visiting this time is that the summer season is seen to be the most crowded and the most expensive time to visit when the hotel rates are higher than usual. If you want to go easy on those extra bucks then it is advisable to plan a trip during the fall when the tourism rate is low hence there is a wide availability of the rooms in a comparatively cheaper price. Make sure to plan your visit according to your budget to experience the city at its best

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Eiffel Tower

Imagine Paris without its world-renowned Eiffel Tower, all we can imagine is a huge void, isn’t it? This jaw-dropping sight is crafted by Gustave Eiffel in the memories of centuries of the French revolution. The tower is 324 m high and is one of the most visited buildings in the world. The first floor is home to the Eiffel Tower 58 which goes up to 58 m as the name suggests. The second floor is at 115 m and provides an ecstatic view of the surrounding, however, 315 m is what will take your breath away with its ethereal beauty. Adventure lovers will find this place the best one they can explore in Paris.

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Cruise on the Seine

When the day starts touching the beauty of dusk and the monuments are lit dimly, it sets just the right time to make a visit to this cruise on the Seine. Serene seekers will have to brace their hearts as this place has the power to make them fall in love with them. Numerous sights will pass by as you float over the water layer, you might be able to witness Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower and much more. At night, you can enjoy the local cuisine that is served to its visitors, the boat hosts its passengers for about two hours before it departs to take another bach.

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How would you feel about witnessing the royal castles, huge buildings ornated in a fairy style in real? This is not a place, it is a feeling for many of us. Situated 32 km away from the heart of the city, Disneyland displays two theme parks one with the Sleeping beauty’s castle and the other one with Walt Disney Studio. This place is crafted in a manner to drive your breath away and give the best time of your life.

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Moulin Rouge

Situated at the bottom of Montmartre hill right in the centre of Pigalle, Moulin Rouge is a famous tourist attraction built in 1889 by Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler. If you want to enjoy the nightlife at its best, make sure to pay a visit to this place. Uniting all the party fanatics under one roof, the food, drink and the ambience will help you have the best time of your life.

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The Latin Quarter - Luxembourg park

Dating back to 1612, this beautiful park is a must-visit place for every traveller in the city. With more than 100 statues lingering in the area, the park also features a garden, statue of liberty and 3 alluring mountains. The park was built with a motive to accompany the luxurious Luxembourg palace. Make sure to book a ride with Rydeu to have a laid back Sightseeing transfer in Paris.

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Notre Dam Cathedral

Built in the year 1345, this cathedral is regarded as one of the finest architectures in the world. This Roman Catholic Cathedral is situated in the northern part of the Ile de la Cite and is considered to be one of the most significant examples of French gothic architecture with a blend of Baroque style. To soak in every bit of the beauty that this place offers, it is highly advisable to take a walk around the cathedral and then climb the many stairs that the cathedral features. There are a total number of 387 steps that will lead you at the top of the building, make sure to put on comfortable shoes as the journey is going to be a bit tiring but the scenic view will make the climbing absolutely worthy.

If we had to choose a place that has the power to entertain tourists at its best, we’ll have to go to Paris. With a power to give adrenaline in the back of your throat to throw the nature lovers in the tepid arms of the green warmth that the city provides, there are places that keep surprising you with more magnificent places as soon as you are done with one place. The most recommended places by Rydeu to explore in the city are mentioned below.


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Château de Versailles

The baroque architecture blended with a classical design makes the formation of this palace. The royal apartment has numerous luxurious household materials that will make you drop your jaw just by catching a sight. For an ideal day out, you can consider visiting the park which features a fountain, numerous statues and buildings such as Grand Trianon and Petit Trianon. Book a ride with Rydeu to assure a comfortable trip to Château de Versailles

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If you are in France and you haven’t visited Chablis yet, you do not have any idea what you are missing. The Chablis region is the northernmost wine region of Burgundy. The cool wind blowing throughout the day and the fruity Chardonnay wine is something that you simply can not miss. The villagers will offer you to smell the rarest white wine while slowly sipping onto the mouth-drooling liquid filled with all the taste that the world offers.

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Chartres is known to be the capital of Eure-et-Loir department and is situated at a distance of approximately 90 km away from the capital of the country, Paris. Dating back to 1250, this quaint cathedral is one of the most visited places in France due to the magnificent architecture that it offers to the art lovers and keen observers out there. A walk around the beautiful town of Chartres is all you need to soothe your mind.

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Calling out all the history lovers to witness the richest history that the country possesses and is known to be of the most renowned landmarks in France. Gourmet lovers can meander around to find the best cheese that the region offers, the seafood and the sea-scallop are just some addons to this magical city. Make sure to explore The Mont Saint-Michel while in the region.

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Campagne Region

Situated in the south west direction of the country, this is a small village located in the department of Dordogne. The village is quite quaint and wouldn’t provide you with the fancy restaurants and high end shopping experience but will definitely give you a glimpse of old France. Make sure to take a day trip to this village to get a better taste of the country.

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Who said time travel isn’t possible? There are numerous places in France that have the power to make you travel back in time with their medieval history and the rustic culture thriving in the city and Bruges is indubitably one of those places. This compact territory has some gothic castles that must be explored by every traveller, for an ideal day out, you can consider sailing along the canals to soak the beauty of Bruges.

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Loire Valley

Squatting in the heart of the Loire river in central France, Loire Valley expands upto 800 km and offers a picturesque sight of the greenery and raw nature to its visitors. Also known as Cradle of French by the locals, this place offers many vineyards with the purest wine in the country, fruit gardens and the serene river to sit by in the search of peace and tranquility. In the year 2000, the central part of the Loire river was declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

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If you want to get away from the chaos of Paris and enjoy some laid back time far away from the electronic devices, wrapped up in the greenery, this place is perfect for you. Giverny is a village situated in the Normandy region of the northern part of the country and is approximately 75 km away from Paris. The lush green garden and the rare flora will draw your breath away with its magnificent scent and scenic beauty of the sun painting in the background.

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Situated in the western suburbs of the capital of France, Versailles is a city situated at a distance of 17 km from Paris. The city is known for its world renowned Palace and has been marked as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to the ethereal beauty that it offers. The city is known for the ruck history that it possesses, the visitors might be able to witness numerous rare parks and gardens while visiting Versailles.

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