Paris is so rich and precious that it is difficult to explore the entire city in a few days. But then, what to visit in Paris?
From art to glamour, from the mysterious Eiffel Tower to the beautiful Seine, the wonderful city of Paris has it all. When it comes to art and architecture in the city, Paris has many desirable monuments in the world.
For example, Napoleon’s outstanding Arc de Triomphe (an architectural work in the center of the carousel); the Luxembourg Garden (known for its statues and fountains) and the magnificent Egyptian pillar called the Luxor Obelisk. The Eiffel Tower also has its own story. Counted among the two wonders of the world, the tower measures 300 meters and weighs more than 7,000 tons.
Paris is a city has many small neighborhoods that contribute to the pleasant diversity of the place.
The Marais district in Paris reflects the city’s rich history and traditions. The Marais, the land where King Henry II breathed his last breath, is home to many of Italy’s most archaic buildings. The Carnival Museum is full of archaeological finds, historical paintings, sculptures, etc. Outstanding museums include the Cognac J. Museum, the Castle Museum, the Museum of Hunting and Nature and the famous Picasso Museum, which has the largest collection of Picasso paintings in the world. The Jewish quarter, nestled in the Marais region, which introduces you to Jewish customs and traditions, has always been a favorite for Parisian visitors as well.
The Latin Quarter of Paris is a paradigm of unity and diversity because people of all castes and creeds live there. There are activities 24 hours a day with many markets, restaurants, gardens, etc. in this place that has streets dating back to Roman times.
The famous Parisian district of Montmartre is not to be missed during your stay in Paris. It is adorned by the Sacré Coeur church, which reaches as high as the Eiffel Tower. This place is also visited more often because famous artists such as Zola, Van Gogh, Turgeney and Degas have visited here. There is also an exclusive cemetery in the Montmarte area, where great souls of Degas, Stendhal, La Gaule, etc. rest. There is also the famous Montmartre Museum, where people such as Renio, Dufy and Suzanne Valade once lived.
The Louvre Museum is an exceptional and fascinating place located in the city of Paris. This museum has a large number of sculptures, paintings and other antiques that are among the most valuable in the world. If there is Leonardo da Vinci’s highly prized Mona Lisa, then there are three giant winged bulls that were once used to guard the palace of Sragon II and the Code of Hammurabi (a Babylonian legal text dating from about 1750 BC). Other antiquities from Babylon, Mesopotamia, etc. can be seen. Among the many galleries, the sculpture gallery also graces Michelangelo’s charming courtyard. Overall, the Louvre Museum is a stunning place to visit.
The Musée d’Orsay is the true opus of such art masters as Renoir, Cicely, Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, Degas and Pissarro. Here you will see exclusive primitive sculptures.
Also worth seeing are the delightful gardens of Paris. For example, the Ronde Point, the Grand Palais, the Petit Palais, etc.. It is a city of many attractions. However, this text is still not enough to appreciate and express the splendor of the extraordinary and amazing city of Paris, whose charm and charisma can bring back the dead.