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Travel to sophisticated Paris, the most prized tourist destination in the world
You will be spoilt for choice of things to see in Paris, one of Europe’s largest cities, with 2.2 million inhabitants living in this political, cultural and culinary capital. The entire centre of the city, including the beautiful river Seine and its banks, has the honour of being a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Nicknamed the City of Light and Capital of Fashion, Paris hosts the world’s most luxurious fashion designers and cosmetics, including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint-Laurent, Lancôme and L’Oréal. Stroll around this walkable, Hausmann designed city and visit its many majestic sites, including the Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe, from which you can have majestic views of the city. Do not forget to travel underground to the famous Catacombs. You’ll quickly see for yourself why the city is the most popular tourist destination in the world, with 45 million tourists every year. With 20 different districts, or arrondissements, to visit, spiralling out from the Kilometre Zero at the city’s very centre, you’ll never have a moment to be bored. With the Paris Museum Pass, you can soak up culture stress-free, with the opportunity to visit more than 70 museums, including the world-famous Louvre, and monuments around the city.
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There is always something to do in Paris, whether it be the spring Salon international de l’Agriculture with its wide variety of farm animals and regional produce, the celebrity-packed Spring Fashion Week, the French Tennis Open, or the many festivities surrounding the national-fete of Bastille Day on 14 July. Later in the summer, the Rock en Seine transforms Paris into a world-class music venue, where the best rock acts come to strut their stuff on barges transformed into stages. When all the tourism leaves you hungry, be sure to enjoy one of the city’s many Michelin starred restaurants. You won’t have to worry about finding one – the city has the second highest number of them in the world.