The city of love and arts & culture. You'd be lying if you say Paris is not on your bucket list of dream destinations. With iconic architectures, eclectic cuisines, trend-setting boutiques and artistic masterpieces almost everywhere, Paris is one of the most instantly recognisable cities in the world. Nothing has already been written about the French capital that you will find here; you'll be doing yourself and your partner a favour by going for a Parisian honeymoon.What a couple must do while here: Visit the Eiffel Tower and get yourself clicked in front of it. Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris is an exotic gothic church and will be fascinating for both believers and non-believers.Recommended duration & average expenditure: 7 days will cost approximately Rs. 2 lakh.Paris is not as expensive as is usually perceived. You can book these Parisian hotels and decide for yourself. Read more on Paris here.
6. France- Paris 'the city of love' truly deserves that title. Although I've been to multiple similar cities in Europe what sets Paris apart is the art, culture and heritage of the city combined with the french language making it a delectable combination.
From the charming Audrey Tataou roaming around the tantalizing streets of a hill-side Parisian town in Amelie to Ethan Hawke and Julie Delphy taking a boat ride on the Seine in a series of vivid scenes in Before Sunset- France has not just caught the fancy of filmmakers around the globe but it has also always defined romance, opulence and intimacy for many including myself.
It was time for us to pack our bags and leave for Amsterdam in an early morning Euro Rail. While we were feeling excited at the thought of seeing another buzzing European city but leaving behind Paris wasn't easy. With it's grand monuments, enthralling scenes, unique urban flair, tongue tickling cuisine, unparalleled night life, envious collection of local cheese and wine, swanky shops and prized artistic treasures; France is truly like a good wine, it keeps on getting better, it grows on you as each day passes by and it can truly pass off as the most seductive travel experience of your entire lifetime.
Our short sojourn to Nice came to an end and we flew back to our good old Paris. Yes, that's how connected we felt with the French vibe. You cannot help it, France is so capable of casting a magical spell. It's truly captivating in every sense. My last day in Paris was reserved for one and only- Jim Morrison. I spent the entire day at Cimetière du Père Lachaise, the world's most visited cemetery. And rightly so, after all Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, composer Chopin, poet Apollinaire and writer Balzac- all have been buried here.
The fourth day we started feeling like Parisians. We had picked up a few French words, we were well accustomed with the train routes, we knew how to pronounce Champs-Elysees and we knew which wine to order. After whipping a lazy breakfast, we all headed to the Northern part of Paris. We decided to spend a large chunk of the day enjoying the lofty views of Montmartre. Crowned by the Sacré-Cœur basilica, Montmartre is the city’s most erected quarter. This part of Paris reeks of old-world, fairy-tale charm courtesy it's deviating architecture.
Visit Paris Airshow 2017 Last time, it was the Martin Jetpack that debuted at the Paris Airshow. If you had been there and pre-ordered your personal jetpack, you’d be the most smug-cool cucumber with your own Bond-like jetpack by now (deliveries for the fi rst lot of jetpacks are zooming out of Martin’s Christchurch facility this month). In addition, the Paris Airshow is by far the sexiest and edgiest aviation and tech event you could witness. Held every other year at the Le Bourget Airport in North Paris, France, the first few days of the event are closed to the general public, but the following Friday, Saturday, and Sunday welcomes in spectators of all ages. See in person a Dassault Rafale fighter jet flying display, creative design studios put up extraordinary exhibits, see gorgeous air displays by Boeing’s F16, crazy looking helicopters, and more. siae.fr
The city of love and arts & culture. You'd be lying if you say Paris is not on your bucket list of dream destinations. With iconic architectures, eclectic cuisines, trend-setting boutiques and artistic masterpieces almost everywhere, Paris is one of the most instantly recognisable cities in the world. Nothing has already been written about the French capital that you will find here; just do yourself a favour and go.Free or inexpensive things to do while here: Visit the Eiffel Tower and get yourself clicked in front of it. Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris is an exotic gothic church and will be fascinating for both believers and non-believers. Cimitière du Père Lachaise is an ancient cemetery where you can see the graves of many literary geniuses such as Proust, Oscar Wilde and Balzaf. Jim Morrison also lies in this cemetery.Where to eat: Here are the three cheap but outstanding places to eat in Paris: 1. L’as du fallafel at Rue des Rosiers, 2. Breizh Café near Rue Vieille du Temple, 3. Krishna Bhavan at Rue Cail. The third option serves delicious Indian food.Where to stay: Following are two beautiful options within your tight budget.
This time its about this city which I describe as Romantic, Fashionable, Arty, Expensive, and Classical..Yes! PARIS!!!Situated in the north west of France, the capital and the epitome of beauty in all its forms has made Paris the most famous destination among travellers in Europe.From fashion to food, architecture to gardens and home to one of the most famous wonders of the world, metropolis Paris is filled with endless discoveries and suprises. One who comes here gets a treat to see and a chance to be lost in the true sense and feel of the cultural capital.