Paris is one of those classic destinations that always attracts, a city everyone wants to visit. You soon discover that one visit is not enough, not even two.
You are happy to return to Paris time and time again, to discover everything you have missed and everything that has happened since the last time.
It feels good to know that it is easy, fast and relatively cheap to get to the romantic city by Seine. There are flights to Paris from several airports and you can choose from both low-cost airlines or regular airlines.
Paris is the worlds most visited city, and the record stands year after year. That Paris holds this particular record is no mystery, the city has everything you could wish for. A lot of world famous attractions to see like the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre and the Nôtre Dame.
If you travel with children, a visit to Disneyland is a given. The American amusement park is located about 30 km from central Paris. From Étoile or Luxembourg you can easily take the train.
Paris is a mecca for the food lover, to put it mildly. Prices are very varied, you can get a meal for only 10 Euro, but also tenfold.
French cuisine is considered one of the finest in the world. This opinion is shared by many people of different nationalities as well as the French themselves, and they are proud of it. Going to Paris is a great opportunity to explore all that France's food culture has to offer. Here you can taste everything from simpler soups to more exciting delicacies such as escargots and cuisses de grenouilles - snails and frog thighs.
Paris is the organizer of a lot of big sporting events. The French Open, one of the world's largest tennis tournaments, is held at Roland-Garros Stadium in Paris for two weeks at the turn of the month, May-June. It is the only one of tennis' four Grand Slam tournaments to be played on clay.
The Tour de France, the annual cycling competition held for three weeks in July, is divided into about 20 stages that are around 200 km long. The competition has its final stage on the Champs-Élysées in Paris and this last stage is always extra prestigious to win.
The Paris Marathon (Marathon de Paris) is one of the most important marathons in the world: about 40,000 runners from over 145 countries run along the streets of Paris, past the Champs Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe and the Notre-Dame Cathedral. About half of the participants are foreign visitors looking for a different experience of Paris.
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