Paris is actually composed of several villages, and during this particular tour, the guides will share all kinds of fascinating historical information with you. You will be cycling through quiet areas full of flowers, visit beautiful art galleries as well as stunning monuments.
During this cycling tour you’ll cycle through centuries old districts and small pittoresque streets of Marais. The tour proceeds past the Halles and the Palais Royal, after which it continues towards the Louvre, ending at the Notre Dame.
This is an incredible combination of everything that Paris has to offer. During the day you’ll cycle to all the main atrractions in Paris such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe. At the tip of the day you’ll be in a position to enjoy a romantic cruise on the Seine.
I think it is Paris that receives the most number of tourists yearly. Well, Paris deserves it. With the most up to dates to the most out of dated monuments, Paris has it all to lure any sane man. Let’s take a look on 4 attractions of Paris.
Eiffel Tower is the most famous attraction of this city. You can never say you visited Paris without seeing it. Well, no one can miss it because apparently is visible from every room’s window in Paris. There are 5 billion lights on the Eiffel Tower. Simply amazing! The Eiffel Tower weighs 10,000 tons.
Louvre Museum is one of the largest and important museums. The museum has a fabulous collection of works of art over 1 million. It originally was a Royal Palace. Collection includes Egyptian antiques, ancient Greek and Roman sculptures and old paintings, Simply WOW! It is one of the city’s biggest tourist attractions.
Notre-Dame Cathedral is the religious centre of the city, also among the famous of all Cathedrals of the world. It’s one of the first Gothic cathedrals ever built. From the lookout you have a just a superb view of city.
Champ Elysees is the famous avenue in Paris and possibly in the whole world. It is the same street where all celebrations are made. It beams with lightning as French celebrate New Year’s Eve, Christmas and all the military parades. It stretches all the way from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe.
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