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France is all about world-class art and architecture, Roman temples and Renaissance châteaux, iconic landmarks known the world over, and rising stars few yet know. Stroll the lily-clad gardens Monet painted and savour un café at the Parisian café where Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir met to philosophise.

Avenue des Champs-Elysees
Champs Elysees - one of the main streets of Paris, which held national holidays, festivals and town parades, it stretches nearly two kilometers - from the Concorde and up to the Arc de Triomphe.
Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris
Notre Dame is largely known for the novel by Victor Hugo, set out to re-ignite in the French love to the cathedral. Cathedral was built almost two hundred years, so there is no single style of building - there are elements of Romanesque and Gothic. It was assumed that the cathedral will be so great that it will be able to accommodate all the people of Paris, which at that time was about ten thousand. The cathedral is so huge that the average aisle would be to place a twelve floor home.
Paris Disneyland amusement park is located in the far suburb of Paris - in the town of Marne-la-Vallee (43 km from the city). It was founded in 1992 and comprises two theme parks Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, as well as a variety of restaurants, hotels, golf course and even a residential area and a business center. The territory of the amusement park is divided into five thematic areas, similar to the California Disneyland located around the castle of Sleeping Beauty. Inspect all you can out of the train window, which extends through all sectors with a minimum rate. And not to get lost and to save time, we offer support and a photo shoot at Disneyland.
Eiffel Tower
Present Paris without the Eiffel Tower is now impossible and most Parisians if they did not like it, then, in any case, failed to come to terms with it. But it was not always - after the construction of the tower the vast majority of residents were dissatisfied, they believed that the tower did not fit into the urban landscape and is extremely awkward.
Montmartre - the highest point of the city, a popular tourist attraction and most romantic street of Paris in the early 20th century, Montmartre was called the cradle of bohemian and because of the many unusual visitors - it is always born of history and legendy.Polovina plastered on the walls of the tiny cafes and cabarets posters alerted events held long before the birth of the current owners, all the pictures on the walls are carefully preserved for decades, and by playing and singing musicians here you will never hear anything but the traditional French songs.
Musee du Louvre
Louvre by numerous ratings and surveys are the most famous museum in the world, is the symbol of Paris, France, is an enigmatic Mona Lisa and Venus de Milo. Museum dimensions are impressive - imagine 22 football fields at once; fill this space with tens of thousands of sculptures, paintings, jewelry, ceramics and decor designs - in short everything that humanity has produced over the last 5000 years! At a time in the museum can be up to 30 thousand people!
Opera Garnier
Grand Opera and Opera Garnier - the world-famous theater in Paris. The first formulation, presented to the audience, was the musical tragedy "Pomona," written by Robert P. Perrin and Camber. In the aftermath of the French Revolution, the Academy has repeatedly changed its official name, and only in 1871 the great theater was named "Grand Opera". In 1875, construction was completed and the building acquired its present shape. author of the project was made by architect Charles Garnier, construction, begun in 1862, continued for more than 10 years.
Promenade des Anglais
The Promenade des Anglais now has simply become the Promenade, where on Sundays, bicyclists, baby strollers, and whole families can be seen out for a stroll along the Promenade. It has also become a favorite place for skateboarders and in-line skaters. Aside from numerous events such as the annual Nice Carnival, the Battle of Flowers, etc. that take place along the Promenade, the Promenade has its blue chairs (chaises bleues) and cabanas perfect for a lazy time along the Mediterranean and for contemplation of the azure water of the Bay of Angels.
Quartier latin
Latin Quarter - one of the oldest districts in Paris, located in the city center on the left bank of the Seine around the famous Sorbonne University. Guests of the French capital's attractions here are many attractions, the best restaurants and coffee shops, exquisite narrow streets, keeping the charm of the old architecture.