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Reputed for being the most beautiful and romantic city, Paris is one destination you can use to earn plenty of points with your partner. Where accommodations are concerned, hotels near Gare de Lyon and other tourist hotspots are good places to start touring the city from.

Visitors will find themselves drawn to the inherently beautiful architecture of ancient buildings and ornate artifacts, while famous landmarks and museums provide the crowning touch for explorers of the country’s culture and history.

Things to see

It is almost a necessity to view the famous landmarks that have placed Parisian tourism on the map, which include the Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral and who can forget the Eiffel Tower. No other landmark better symbolizes Paris than this tower, which is also a familiar sight on several television shows and movies.

The museums and galleries here are huge hits with tourists, especially the Louvre, one of the finest museums in the world of art and culture. It is also home to the world-renowned Mona Lisa and several other works of art. The Musee d’Orsay is another museum that boasts works by great artists of the 19th century, including Monet’s ‘Blue Water Lilies’ and Whistler’s ‘The Artists Mother’.

Hotels in Paris

Paris hotels can range from budget to mid-range and of course, luxurious 5 star hotels. Even in popular places like Gare de Lyon, Paris hotels never fail to provide options for all travelers. Other lodging options include hostels and rental apartments. Since Paris is well connected via metro, location is hardly a major concern. Most of the major sights can also be reached by walking.

Where to stay

The 1st arrondissement (district) is full of attractions and provides travelers of all sorts with plenty to see and do. Here you can find some of the finest parks, museums and bars in the city. Staying in this area assured excellent accessibility, making your tours very effortless.

A slightly quieter part of Paris is the 3rd arrondissement, which is possibly one of the best places to live in. Here visitors can find good open air markets, a massive flea market and several specialty food stores. The museums found here are the best available, and getting around is easy thanks to the metro system.

How to get to Paris

Paris is served by 3 international airports, the main and busiest being Charles de Gaulle International Airport. Those coming in by bus have three main options, mainly Eurolines that go across Europe, Megabus that travels from London and iDBUS, which is the luxury option for travelling from London to Paris.

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