Things to do in Paris

Things to do in Paris

Every person like to travel! It is fun, interesting and you can see many new things! The right question is where to travel? If you like the sea and beaches, islands are the best. But if you prefer history or architecture, European cities are better decision! Although, everybody thinks that Italy and Venice are the best places to visit, I will add France, especially Paris. The ‘’city of light’’, is a beautiful metropolis, where you can see and do many interesting things!

Of course, first you must see is the Eiffel Tower. This magnificent structure was finished in 1889, it is 365m (same number as days in one year) height and it is the main attraction of Paris. If you don’t visit it, it is like you haven’t visited this city! You can climb using the stairs to the top or use an elevator. If you are hungry, you can eat in a restaurant or rent an apartment in the Eiffel Tower, but one night in this apartment is $5000!

When you have finished with the Eiffel Tower, I recommend visiting the Musee du Louvre. It is one of the most popular museums in the whole Europe! You probably know for several masterpieces which are held in this museum. If you don’t like museums you can visit other places, like: Notre Dame Cathedral, Luxembourg Gardens, Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris and many more.

You must know that official currency in Paris is the euro and the official language is French. Although many young people are studying English language, it is not frequently used, so, if you don’t speak French, you will need a guide or interpreter.


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