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Coming to visit the city of lights. Paris is perhaps one of the most beloved, well-known cities in the world, and an equally popular tourist destination. Because it is such a popular tourist destination, there are many cheap flights to Paris which are great to look at. Also known as the" City of Lights" and the "Capital of Fashion," Paris is the ultimate city for lovers, a city of fashion, fine art, museums, heritage and culture.
Come visit one of Paris' most famous landmarks, the Eiffel Tower. Built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel, the French cultural and artistic bourgeoisie automatically hated it, and called for its demolition, which almost actually happened in 1909! To date, it is the most visited paid landmark in the world, and a true symbol of Paris, France. With 1,665 steps (although not all floors are open to the public), visit one of the world's most romantic destinations and the ultimate proposal spot, if you're looking to pop the question.
Would you believe that the Louve, the artistic Mecca and home of the renowned Mona Lisa, used to be a fort, and then a palace? In 1793 it was finally turned into a national museum, and is now the largest, most widely regarded and most visited art museum in the world. With over 35,000 individual pieces of art, you can start at the Mona Lisa and get to see other treasures, like Egyptian mummies, the Venus de Milo and other works of sheer artistic brilliance by such artists as Renoir, Rembrant and Delacroix. Spending a full day at the Louve wouldn't be enough time to savor the magnificence, but you can certainly try.
Nothing can come close to the effect of standing under the colossal elegance that is the Towers of Notre Dame, the site of the critically acclaimed novel by Victor Hugo, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. This testament to fine French architecture and literature took nearly 200 years to complete, and was built in the French Gothic style. It It is considered widely to be the home of French Catholicism and is still today a practicing church. While it's free to enter this grandiose cathedral, taking the stairwell to the top will cost extra. Despite the cost, the astonishing view is well worth the extra expense.
A stroll by the Seine River is another 'must' for any trip to Paris. Why locals may find it a bit clique, it's an experience in French romance, with a number of tourist stalls, perfect for buying everything from postcards to fine art prints. There are also a number of boat cruises which make the experience ever more enjoyable.
If a fine piece of steak is your forte, L'entrecote de Paris is your destination. A staple in French cuisine since 1959, L'entrecote serves perhaps one of the finest meals of steak-frites, or steak and chips that the world may ever know. Come eat a sirloin steak, cooked to perfection alongside fries, both in a creamy herbal butter sauce. Vegetarians beware; this is the only meal on the menu, and an extremely tasty one at that.
Visiting Paris is akin to being in a wonderful dream, with all of the art, architecture, culture, food and fashion that the heart could desire. Also don't forget to follow our Flighthub Google + page for our recent deals to Paris. Check out cheap flights to Paris, and you'll definitely be looking at the world through rose colored glasses.
Père Lachaise Cemetery
No other cemetery is so good at name dropping than Cimetiere du Pere-Lachaise in Paris, France. It is the final resting place of many famous personalities. The list of the persons buried there looks like the Who's Who of over two centuries' worth.
The Musee Rodin in Paris is, as the name suggests, a showcase of the works of the renowned French sculptor, Auguste Rodin. In addition, you will find here many aspects of Rodin's life – Rodin the art collector, Rodin the painter, Rodin the person and of course, there is a collection of sketches he made prior to transforming these into sculptural masterpieces.
Opera de Paris
Another landmark in Paris, a city filled with great landmarks, is the Palais Garnier, also called the Opera Garnier, Opera de Paris or the Grand Opera House. Designed by the renowned Charles Garnier, this splendid structure is of the tradition of the Neo-Baroque style and is a grand masterpiece in architecture.Source