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    A popular destination for romantic escapes, cultural weekends, shopping excursions and business trips.

    It hosts some of the world’s most famous museums, such as Museé d’Orsay and the Louvre, where legendary art works and historic pieces can be found. Its attractions are world-famous wonders, such as Notre Dame de Paris and the Eiffel Tower. On top of all this, Paris is an influential centre of culture, fashion, art, cuisine and design. It was – and still is – the home of many emblematic artists, and they have left an atmosphere of creativity and inspiration, especially if you walk around Montmartre.

    With breath-taking monuments and beautiful river banks, this is a city you will not want to miss, and to not miss a thing, Farol City Guides will be there for you.

    Eiffel Tower

    This legendary masterpiece of architecture from Gustave Eiffel is an icon of Paris and France since it construction for the 1889 World's Fair. Its spectacular overlooking to Paris makes it worth to go up.

    Arc de Triomphe

    This famous monument honours those who fought and died for the Country. With such historical significance and with the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, it will give you an unforgettable feeling.

    Notre Dame

    Famous for being one of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world and the scenery of one of the most claimed novels from Victor Hugo. Breath-taking, going inside is a unique experience.

    Musée du Louvre

    The value of what you can see in this museum is incalculable. Mona Lisa, Islamic art and Egyptian antiquities are some examples of what you can find in this world-famous museum.

    L’Astrance

    The three Michelin-star chef Pascal Barbot brings us the best of the best of French haute cuisine. The results are spectacular dishes, fantastic drinks, and a once in a lifetime experience.

    Le Petit Cler

    Are you near the Eiffel Tower and looking for an affordable place to eat? Here it is. Its specialties include cheese, open sandwiches and roasts. The locals love it, so we advise you to book a table.

    Café des Deux Moulins

    One Parisian experience is to relax and eat in a café, and what better place to go than the café where the film Amélie was recorded? Located in Montmartre, you can go there after exploring this hill.

    Chez La Mère Catherine

    In this restaurant, next to the Sacré-Cœur, everything is gathered for a lovely evening: classic French cuisine, wine, champagne, and talented musicians performing traditional French songs.

    Montmartre

    This hill once welcomed the bohemian life of great artists, like Dalí and Monet. Today is a must go because the Sacré-Cœur is there, as well as attractions that celebrate the artists who passed by.

    Bateaux Mouches

    If you love open excursion boats, you’ll have to take a “bateau mouche”. From these boats you’ll see Paris from another perspective, while travelling in the waters of the Seine.

    Fashion

    Paris is a destination no fashion lover can miss. It hosts a Fashion Week every January and July, it’s the home of haute couture and of large fashion houses, such as Dior and Channel.

    Cafés and Brasseries

    If you want to experience what it is to be a local in Paris, then we suggest taking some time to relax and enjoy a traditional café or brasserie. Have a drink or a cake and appreciate the surroundings.