Paris is indeed an amazing city to explore in any season. Paris is the city of Love and Romance. The old saying is held true in the case of Paris that “Love Is In The Air.” Holiday in Paris feels like flowers blooming in the garden; you get rejuvenated and fresh after having a glimpse of it. Following are some places that you can visit while on a Holiday in Paris.
One of the Wonders of the World, The Eiffel Tower is such a Parisian landmark that embraces the blue skies and enhances the beauty of the city. On clear days, this 324m-tall tower stands firm looking stunningly beautiful from every angle. And having the glass flooring on the 1st floor, you can have a glimpse of Paris beneath your feet with sharper views.
The City of Romance is also home to many tiny islands such as Île St-Louis and Île de la Cité, both the locations are perfect for a romantic springtime walk. These two islands are said to have car-free streets that are full of boutiques having ancient items. Starting with Cathédrale Notre Dame you can go and relax on a bench beneath the pink cherry blossom tree in the garden of Square Jean XXIII.
JARDIN DU LUXEMBOURG:
The Jardin du Luxembourg, also known in English as the Luxembourg Gardens, is located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. The garden contains just over a hundred statues, monuments, and fountains, scattered throughout the grounds. Surrounding the central green space are twenty figures of French queens and illustrious women standing on pedestals. It is listed among the most amazing and beautiful gardens of the world.
The Musée Rodin in Paris, France, is a museum that was opened in 1919. Rodin’s sculptures are the work of an artist who chose to defy the norms of his time. It’s the paradise for museum lovers.
Café culture of Paris is indeed the pure one. Many people go to café nowadays to hang-out with friends and family, but Café culture of Paris is significantly different from what we are living today. It’s a once in a lifetime experience to sit, having a cup of coffee on the street watching the sunset and people greeting each other.
The Canal Saint-Martin is a 4.6 km (2.86 mi) long Canal in Paris, connecting the Canal de l’Ourcq to the river Seine. You can experience watching the canal boats passing through the locks and below vintage swing bridges.