Of course, it could be that you hate the hustle and bustle of the world. But otherwise there’s really no reason not to look at Paris. Eiffel Tower, Champs Elysees, the Louvre,
the famous are the crowd pullers, but Paris also offers so much more.
About a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower of Paris and the rest will have to visit the 209 meters high (but according to many ugly) Montparnasse Tower. Other views are lovely rooftop terrace of the Galeries Lafayette department store and the Sacre Coeur.
A bit in the atmosphere of this site: perhaps the most famous public toilets in the world below surface to the Place de la Madeleine: they date from 1905 and are in perfect Art Nouveau style. For peace of mind: you can just sit.
Seine and Notre Dame in Paris
Which is about a real sewer museum? Drainage too ordinary? Skulls and bones of people can be seen in Les Catacombs, the underground cemeteries of the eighteenth century. In one part of it is a museum furnished with human remains (address: 1, place Denfert-Rochereau, fourteenth arrondissement). Who is not scary enough, the rest of illegally exploring the catacombs.
Those who are looking for rest, can an ordinary cemetery. In the 900 years old cemetery of Pere-Lachaise encountered include Dr. Guillotin (inventor of the guillotine), Oscar Wilde, Edith Piaf, Baron Haussmann, Jim Morrison and Frederic Chopin their final resting place. The cemetery has numerous unique monuments. Birdwatchers and young lovers love to relax. From Père Lachaise has a lovely view over the city. The vast tomb field is so large that it is advisable at the entrance of the flower shops to get a map.
Another spot for young lovers and others with peaceful intentions: the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont in the nineteenth arrondissement. At the lake in the park designed by Haussmann they sail with boats. On a cliff is a sort of temple, from where a magnificent view.
The Promenade offers an unprecedented view Plantée fourteen replicas of Michelangelo’s Dying Slave, on Avenue Daumesnil in Paris. The original is in the Louvre.
Those who want to discover Paris, it is undoubtedly the best in underground and two feet. For one week metro card (carte orange) rapidly cheaper than separate trips. But beware: the weekly ticket is valid from Monday to Sunday, even if you buy it until Friday!
By foot Plantée the Promenade, the Viaduc des Arts, a special experience that occurs in a few tourist guides. This walk (from near the Bastille Daumesnil along the Avenue of town) literally takes you along the rooftops of Paris and thus offers an unusual look at the city. When the Avenue Daumesnil include replicas of the fourteen Michelango’s Dying Slave.
Paris can also explore its Amsterdam: by canal boat. Here they are called bateaux-mouches. Indeed, several companies navigate the Seine and the Canal Saint Martin. This channel passes through a tunnel, but also carries along a number of monuments.
Nightlife in Paris is almost everywhere. Really cheap nowhere. Who intrusive pushers of eateries take for granted may be in the Latin Quarter (between Boulevard Saint-Michel, Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Petit Pont on the Seine) for a reasonable amount belly full of food.
Exit the cabarets in Paris together of course. Famous are the clubs with scantily clad dancers, such as the Moulin Rouge and the Folies Bergeres. Au Lapin Agile is more authentic, where the French chanson singers in honor. A century ago, it was also a gathering place of artists, including Picasso, Modigliani and Apollinaire.
Hotels in Paris are in abundance. However, camping is a lot harder. That is only in the Bois de Boulogne. The campsite there is not really clean. During the day, in the Bois de Boulogne – a famous rose garden and zoo (bears, monkeys and birds) Jardin d’Acclimatation cum-playground – good place to be. Evening and at night it is an unsafe area, where transvestites and transsexuals in prostitution. Taxi drivers take you at night rather not go to the Bois de Boulogne.s