Paris is an intoxicating and beautiful city, known for its romantic ambiance and culinary delight , its grand historic architecture and wealth of cultural attractions. You ‘ll find attractions to suit pretty much every interest. Beyond the world-renowned major museums, the Eiffel Tower, and the Arc de Triomphe are myriad delightful smaller specialty museums and exciting interactive exhibits and activities. You’ll discover unusal tours – history brought to life through visits to the prison cells of the Conciergerie and the regal Hall of Mirrors used by kings and queens at the palace of Versailles. And when you need a break from the city streets, you’ll have plenty of places to come up for air, whether you want to rent paddleboats, head up in a hot-air balloon, or just romp in the grass.
This walk include a stroll through Monet’s Normandy house and gardens, the American museum, and a meal at the Hôtel Baudy, once an artists’ haunt. This walk is best after visiting the Musée de l’Orangerie or Musée Marmottan in Paris.
If you take just one trip out of Paris, make it this journey to the home of the Sun King. If the weather is fine, allow a whole day so you can visit the château and make the most of the park.
Take children to see where the kings and queens of France are buried, and let future soccer stars make their international debut at French national stadium.
Take a trip to the Far East with exotic food, and visit an underground temple in Paris’s Chinatown.