The magic of the City of Light is so great that it has always been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. And one of the most important economic centres in Europe. Museums, architecture, gastronomy and shopping.

 The essentials:

  • Champs-Elysées
    One of the most elegant and beautiful avenues in Europe. Exclusive brands have their stores here, a symbol of luxury and glamour. And of all, it is the final stages of the Tour de France, where every year the champion is crowned. During Christmas, it is even more attractive, with the Christmas lights on the trees on both sides of the avenue.
  • Eiffel Tower
    City icon, it does not leave anyone indifferent. Created for the 1889 World Fair, a must-see. The views of the city are impressive. You can also enjoy a romantic lunch or dinner at one of its restaurants. At night, the flashing lights are quite a spectacle to see.
  • Pont de Lalma
    Famous all over the world since Lady Di's accident. The bridge was built in 1854 by order of Napoleon III. There are four statues, of which the Zuavo was formerly a reference for measuring the floods of the Seine. Very close to the bridge is the replica of the flame of the statue of Liberty, which spontaneously became a place for people to pay homage to Princess Diana.
  • Louvre Museum
    One of the largest concentrations of art. You can find everything from Early Netherlandish painting, Italian, Velázquez paintings, to rooms full of Egyptian sarcophagi, Greek, Etruscan and Roman sculptures. You won't be able to see everything, but I'm sure we won't leave without greeting the Mona Lisa.
  • Pont Neuf
    The oldest and longest of the Parisian bridges and the first to be built in stone. To contemplate its 385 masks carved by the French sculptor Germain Pilon, the best way is to do it from one of the "Bateaux mouche".
  • Odéon
    Bohemian quarter, enjoy the flow of passers-by, sitting at one of the terraces of its typical cafes. Historic facades, winding queues in front of the cinemas... That's the atmosphere of the Odeon neighbourhood at any time of the day.
    A true concentration of life and culture!
  • The Cathedral of Notre-Dame, Paris
    One of the main reasons to visit the Île de la Cité, where the Gothic cathedral was built. This temple has seen very important events: coronation of Napoleon as Emperor of the French, the beatification of Joan of Arc and the coronation of Henry VI of England. If the exterior stands out for its beauty, when you enter, you will be amazed by the spaciousness and height of the building. If you have enough time, you must not miss its towers and the bell tower to enjoy the views of Paris and the famous gargoyles.
  • Montmartre
    The Montmartre district hides treasures, one of them is the Wall of Love. The Abbesses subway stop is the starting point and it is only a few steps away from the subway. The words "I love you" are written in more than 300 languages on a 40 m2 wall. This was the idea of the artists Frédéric Baron and Claire Kitode. Our journey continues to Café des 2 Moulins, where Amélie Poulain worked in the film of Jean-Pierre Jeunet; we will have a snack there before continuing to le Sacre Coeur and enjoy the panoramic view of Paris and then admire the paintings of the painters in Tertre square.
    Maybe you can be persuaded into getting a nice portrait to remember your visit. Around the square there is a maze of alleys, filled with restaurants, cafes and colourful shops.

Travel to Paris in the most sustainable way: by train. The Renfe - SNCF cooperation trains run directly to Paris, connecting the Spanish and French Alta Velocidad (high-speed) networks. They have a buffet car and bilingual crew to help you with anything you may need.

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