The most interesting places in Paris you have to visit!
If you are in Paris for the first time, you may not know where to start from, and which places are better to see in this city. Here are the sights for visiting to get the best impression about the capital of France.
Top 10 places to visit (well, it’s just impossible to imagine that you came to Paris and have not been here):
1) Eiffel Tower;
2) the Louvre;
3) Arc de Triomphe;
4) Sacre-Coeur Basilica;
5) Luxembourg Garden;
6) Notre Dame de Paris;
7) Alexander III Bridge;
9) Paris’s Tuileries Garden;
10) House for the Disabled.
There is a lot of information in the Internet and everyone knows about these places. If you finished this to do list and visited the most famous places in Paris, it’s time to go on a non-tourist route.
Where are hiding the most “non-obvious” places in Paris? Stroll through the unknown capital of France, find quiet corners, unusual sights and interesting places of Paris, which many tourists don’t get to.
Where to go in Paris for free? Square Jean Ritkus
A small quiet space attracts not only poetry lovers, but also passionate couples. Moreover, one of the facades is decorated with a wall with the phrase “I love you” written in several hundred languages. This unusual sight of Paris was called the Wall of Love.
Uncharted Places of Paris – Abbevoire Street in Montmartre
This steep street with an intricate route more than once became the heroine of films made in Paris. It appears in the romantic comedy Amelie, dedicated to an extraordinary girl who is able to work wonders in our time. The atmosphere of the film is set by quiet streets, like the Abrevoire: with picturesque mansions, an old pavement and ivy-covered facades.
Ice Kube Bar – Paris Ice Bar
Popular place in Paris and a tribute to fashion trends, popular throughout the world. Ice Kube Bar invites guests to have a good time in a cool atmosphere, warming themselves with a glass of a cocktail based on premium French Gray Goose vodka.
Le Wagon Bleu – an unusual cafe in Paris
This is the blue wagon of the legendary Orient Express, which once was traveled by Elizabeth II, Charles de Gaulle, Agatha Christie and other famous personalities. It was in service for more than 20 years, after that it was restored and began to be used in the filming of feature films. Recently, the original room turned into an unusual French restaurant.
Party in Paris – club in the tunnel “Faust”
“Faust” is very interesting institution with a favorable location near one of the most beautiful bridges in Paris – Pont Alexandre III. The club, the terrace and the restaurant – in this place everyone will find entertainment they like more. Fans of club music should visit this spot in the tunnel where famous DJs often play their tracks. Table is better to book in advance. The cost of the ticket in the “Faust” is about 10-15 euros.
Paris is rich with a lot of interesting places and they are at every turn. There you will not be bored. Paris is waiting!