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Popular Paris Hotels

Clarion Collection Etoile Saint Honore

  214 Rue du Faubourg Saint Honore

  Score from 140 reviews: Good, 7.8

 Grate Location Excellent service Tasty breakfast


Champs Elysees Plaza Hotel

  35 Rue De Berri

  Score from 237 reviews: Great, 8.8

 Relaxing bath Boutique Well-equipped gym


Agora Saint Germain

  42 Rue Des Bernardins

  Score from 541 reviews: Very Good, 8.4

Comfortable room Good for shopping Excellent service


Paris Marriott Hotel Champs-Elysees

  70 Avenue Des Champs Elysees

  Score from 332 reviews: Very Good, 8.5

 Good for shopping Quiet rooms Superb dining


Hotel Plaza Athenee

  25 Avenue Montaigne

  Score from 158 reviews: Great, 8.7

 Fantastic bar Wonderful views Good for shopping


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Paris is the capital city of France and one of the most popular cities in the world, visited by large numbers of tourists annually. Paris is a center of the most valuable French and global works of culture and art. the are many museums, galleries and historical buildings.

Here is a list of places of interest in Paris:

Notre Dame - The Notre Dame is a Gothic church located in the center of Paris - on the Île de la Cité (an island in the Seine River). The twin towers of Notre-Dame are visible around the city. Notre-Dame Cathedral was built on the site of an ancient Roman temple.

Eiffel Tower - More than  six million people are visiting the Eiffel Tower every year. The Eiffel Tower is the most famous Paris landmark which means that it is a must see while in Paris. The Eiffel Tower was built in 1889 for the Universal Exhibition, and  was for a while the world's tallest building (more than 1,000 feet high).

The Pantheon - The Pantheon of Paris is a church that looks like the Pantheon in Rome, the Pantheon was completed in 1790. Some of the famous people of France are buried in the Pantheon, including  Victor Hugo, Voltaire, Emile Zola, and Louis Braille.

The Arch of Triumph - The Arch of Triumph is Napoleon's triumphal arc. It was begun in 1806 to celebrate Napoleon's victory at the Battle of Austerlitz.

Champs Elysées  - The Champs-Elysees is a seventeenth century avenue connecting the Concorde and Arc de Triomphe. It is also one of the famous vacation spots in Paris and a major shopping street.

The LouvreThe Louvre, is the world's largest museum with the world's most important collection of art and antiquities.

Invalides - The Invalids was built as a hospital and a retirement home for war veterans in Paris. It was completed in 1678  and served as a home for wounded soldiers. Now it contains three museums and many monuments, all relating to the military history of France.

Pompidou Center – It is interesting fact is that the architects placed many items like the escalators, lifts, air channels and water plummery outdoors, It enabled them to create a spacious and convenient interior for the national museum of Art. The museum’s collection includes works of art of Matisse, Picasso, Miró and Pollock. Outside the building there are many street shows.

Other places that can be visited are: The Montmartre, The Sorbonne and the Latin Quarter, Père Lachaise Cemetery and even take a Boat Tour of the Seine River.