The French capital is one that has attracted tourists for centuries. The city of love has everything to offer, from exquisite cuisine to historic landmarks, beautiful boutiques and glorious gardens. City breaks are perfect for couples wanting a weekend away, or trip away with friends and family for some quality time spent sight-seeing, shopping and testing out tasty local delicacies. So why not incentivise some city break trips?
I'm sure we don't need to go into detail about this landmark as it's pretty well known. But the history behind it is that it was originally built for a World Fair in 1889, and it stands at 324 metres tall. It will give you the most perfect view of the Parisian skyline. In the tower not only will you find gift shops, but you will also find bars and restaurants. From the takeaway buffet on floor 1&2 to the Champagne Bar on the third floor, or if you want to live the ultimate life of luxury you can have a sit-down dinner in Le Jules Verne, 58 Tour Eiffel or Gustave Eiffel Room. If you want to see something extra special, we suggest you return in the evening to see it light up and glisten against the night-sky.
The Louvre is home to many famous paintings including Da Vinci's masterpiece the Mona Lisa. It is the world's largest museum with many spectacular pieces of art and sculptures. It was originally a royal palace.
We can't promise you'll see any hunchbacks, but the cathedral is an amazing piece. It is one of the most distinctive landmarks in Paris. It is bursting with French Gothic Architecture, completed in 1345 it is still standing proud. Make sure you go in and have a look – you won't regret it!
Arc De Triomphe
At the end of the Champs Elysees you will find the notorious Arc de Triumph. Here you can climb to the top of the panoramic terrace and gaze across panoramic views. Built between 1806 and 1836. The Triomphe is in honour of those who fought for France, in particular the Napoleonic Wars. Inside you'll find the names of Generals and Wars fought engraved. This is also the place which includes the Tomb of the Unknown Solider that died during WW1, a memorial flame burns at the same time every day.
Of course there's no forgetting Euro Disney. Walk into the Magical Kingdom where fairy-tales can be found across 5 spectacular lands filled with classic attractions, shows and parades, you can awe at an unforgettable firework display and lights over Sleeping Beauty Castle. At the Walt Disney Studios park, you can discover the secrets behind the magical movie and television scenes. Keep an eye out for numerous Disney Characters walking around, from Princesses to Mickey Mouse! Fun for all ages!
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