Welcome to Paris !

Paris is a city of unquestionable charm: a place always ready for change but at the same time remaining recognisable and distinctive. It is a radiocentric city with boulevards representing its variou...

Défanse in Paris

La Défense is one of the most significant achievements of the late 19th Century. It is a grand platform which extends from Neuilly Bridge to the Great Arch and a true icon of the area, containing a m...

Champs-Elysèes in Paris

Champs-Elysée Avenue lies on a 7km axis which runs from Concorde to the Etoile and later extends to La Défense. The steps along this triumphant tour include the Louvre Pyramid, Concorde Square, the A...

Louvre in Paris

The Louvre is obviously one of the world’s leading museums: it was constructed in several stages under the rule of various sovereigns and was once an immense building site where the dreams and ...

Monmartre and Sacre Coeur in Paris

Monmartre Monmartre makes up one of the villages which came to be annexed into Paris in 1860. It is certainly one of the city’s most distinctive and intriguing districts, particularly noted for...

Museum of Orsay

This splendid museum was derived from the restructuring of Orsay gare (station) when it was about to be destroyed. Architect Gae Aulenti executed the project, conceiving an interior design in harmony...

Notre Dame in Paris

Notre Dame Cathedral is located on City Island. It is known as the “parish of France’s history” because it is a place linked to the most important events in the history of France...

Latin quarter in Paris

Between the St-Michel and St-Germain boulevards and the Seine lies the St-Séverin district, one of the oldest areas of the city; its large medieval streets are clearly visible around the Roman cardo ...

Tour Eiffel in Paris

The Quartier des Invalides is considered one of the city’s most exclusive areas: it brings to mind its military origins in all aspects, from its broad streets to the uniformity of its urban fab...