Travel Across Paris

Paris is a city of "many splendors," as Ernest Hemingway wrote in "A Moveable Feast." Visit Versailles Palace, the Musée d'Orsay, the Champs Élysées, Le Marais, and the Eiffel Tower. Don't miss strolling the beautiful arrondissements or eating street crepes.

Eiffel Tower

In time for the 1889 International Exposition, Gustav Eiffel's 1887 design was constructed. Wrought iron was used to build the 1,063-foot tower, which was revolutionary.

The Louvre

Paris' Louvre is the world's largest art museum. The museum opens at night twice a week in its ancient structure on the Seine. The Mona Lisa is best seen at night.

Palace Of Versailles

Visitors should see Louis XIII's Palace of Versailles. Classical architecture makes Versailles a stunning sight. It features sculptures and a pond.

Arc De Triomphe

One of Paris' most stunning monuments is at the western end of the Champs-Élysées in Place Charles de Gaulle. All French Army victories are listed here.

Paris Street Art

Like street artists today, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet raised eyebrows in the 1800s. Spray-painted art on Paris's walls and buildings has converted several neighborhoods into galleries. 

Pompidou Centre

Georges Pompidou's name is on the Beaubourg center. It houses the world's largest modern arts museum and the stunning Stravinsky fountain, which has unusual moving and water-spraying sculptures.

Luxembourg Palace

Luxembourg Gardens is a great place to rest on a Paris vacation. In crowded Paris, it's the most attractive, elegant, and delightful park. Local picnickers enjoy puppet theater, pond play, and pony rides.

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