First timers to Paris usually fall irrevocably in love with its food. It totally makes sense to do a separate food tour in Paris if you want to know more about the unique gastronomic antecedents of the city. Food tours in Paris will include area specific food tours, food tours on a gourmet bus, cheese… Read the full article
Paris Travel Guide You Need At Every Step
As Audrey Hepburn famously remarked “Paris is always a good idea”…there are few cities in the world which enjoy such fandom, popularity or are as awe inspiring and bewitching as the capital of France. From the iconic Eiffel tower to the magnificent Louvre to the tempting Champs Elysses to Disneyland to the historic Notre dame… Paris is a continuous visual and sensory feast.
Full of gorgeous parks and fountains and shopping arcades and beautiful boulevards Paris has a very robust local transport system which makes it a highly accessible city. Every step down the left and right banks of Siene offers new pleasures and each arrondissement (district) has its own world of attractions.
The best hotels of France and its most sophisticated restaurants dwell in Paris besides a legion of cafes that date back to ancient times… the intellectuals of Europe have all converged and fallen in love with the cafes of Paris.
The city of light is always glittering and its immense tourist footfall has not managed to jade the Parisian who always remains elegant and cocooned in a spirit of joie de vivre. This is not a city which will go all out to please you…. it will stand aloof with its charms with the sure knowledge that you will be drawn to it.
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Top Seine River Cruises Paris
What To Expect Parisian tours on a cruise ship gliding down the Seine can be one of the best experiences ever and probably the most relaxing way to see the city. The cruise offerings, prices and details differ from operator to operator but they are all mostly a hour long with add on variations like… Read the full article
Top Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours Paris
What To Expect First timers to Paris usually choose the convenience and utility of a hop on hop off bus tour. Lots of attractions can be covered in a short time if you take the hop on hop off tour and usually there is no limit on the time you can enter or exit the… Read the full article
Top Paris Sightseeing Bus Tours
First timers to Paris usually choose the convenience and utility of a city tour by Bus/ minibus. A bus tour will be less expensive than a mini bus tour but the latter is apt to be more comfortable and can navigate the deadly Parisian traffic quickly. Also a minibus allows a smaller group inside so… Read the full article
Top Paris Sightseeing Tours You Don’t Want To Miss
Paris is so full of charms that diving in its sea of delights may be confusing if you don’t know what you are looking for. Paris is known for almost everything; its history, architecture, fashion, culture, food and people. Seine and its banks and bridges are revered and the cafes and bars of Paris have… Read the full article
Saint James Paris (4 Star): A Review
Style & Character The Saint James like most other luxury hotels of Paris is inspired by the French Royalty but it goes a step further and differentiates itself by creating an exclusive ‘chateau experience’. In fact this might be the only living Parisian Chateau…all the others are in the countryside. Originally built by the widow… Read the full article
La Maison Favart, Paris (4 Star): A Review
Style & Character The Maison Favart eulogizes the names of the Favart couple; the ones who founded the comic Opera. This boutique 4 star establishment is caught in a time warp and celebrates its precious artsy antecedents with gusto!! The hotel front stares out to the Comique opera and the lovely adjacent square. The theme of… Read the full article
Hotel d’Aubusson, Paris (5 Star): A Review
Style & Character As the well initiated already know….the St Germain neighbourhood has precious literary antecedents which makes residing in the Aubusson a treat for lovers of literature and arts. The gorgeous D’Aubusson is housed in a 17th century mansion and all its rooms radiate a timeless elegance. The hotel is named after the south… Read the full article
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris (5 Star)
Style & Character Commanding one of the best addresses of Paris the lavish art deco establishment ‘Four Seasons George V’ is perched in the Paris Golden Triangle… a stone’s throw away from the iconic Champs Elysees. Designed in 1925 this sumptuous hotel is known for its delightful floral arrangements, classic and luxuriant French décor and… Read the full article
Hotel de Berri, Paris (5 Star): A Review
Style & Character The De Berri dazzles anyone who crosses it by its stunning glass façade created by the star French architect Maurice Novarina. Some say that this was the very first official block in the 8th arrondisment and hence is listed as a historical monument. The exterior doesn’t look like a hotel though; it’s… Read the full article