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Paris City Guide

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By cabincrew.com on Monday 5th Sep, 2011 at 11:40

Well known as the world’s most romantic city; Paris is a million different things to a million different people. There’s culture, fine dining and brilliant sights to see, so read our guide on how to make the most of your trip to Paris.

Must see sights

Eiffel Tower: An obvious recommendation but no Paris guide would be complete without at least mentioning the Eiffel Tower. The structure itself took more than two years to complete and used over 12 thousand pieces of individually made iron to create it. There are so many Eiffel Tower tours around you probably won’t need much guidance as to how to go about booking one – just make sure you visit the Eiffel Tower restaurant if you get the chance.

Paris church – Montmartre: Sacre-Couer (Paris Church) can be found at the top of the Montmartre Hill which is one of the highest peaks in Paris. It is a stunning piece of architecture and well worth seeing – what’s more, you’ll get a brilliant view of the rest of the city while you’re up there.

Musee Cluny (middle ages museum): Located at the Latin Quarter the Musee Cluny is filled with all things culture; you’ll learn a lot about the history of the city and surrounding areas; there are loads of ruins and artefacts to have a nose at – any history buffs will feel right at home here.

Paris Eighth Area – Right bank: To put it simple; this is the widest street in Paris – it really is massive, and massively impressive. There is loads to see along the way and it is definitely worth a visit.

Places to eat and stay

Elysees Ceramic Hotel: Central location and typical Parisian chic can be found here.

Regina Hotel: A little pricey for most budgets but if you can afford it you won’t be disappointed – this hotel is everything regal and you will be sure to feel pampered here.

Warwick hotel: This centrally located hotel was renovated in 2002 and is now a modern take on typical French style.

Le Relais de l'Entrecôte Restaurant: You’d be crazy to miss out on this well known steakhouse – served with a secret sauce and some of the best French Fries you’ll ever have, this is definitely a must.

Aux Trois Éléphants: ‘At The Three Elephants’ can only be described as a unique dining experience; the exotic dishes match the extravagant waitresses perfectly. The squid salad and the steamed fish wrapped in a banana leaf are well worth a try.