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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Five Hidden Attractions of Paris

Catacombs of Paris
Catacombs of Paris (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
By []Henri Barbusse

Everyone knows about the most famous sights for a holiday in Paris: Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe. It's true that no trip to France's capital should pass up the big sights, especially if it is your first visit. But there's more to Paris then just these big five - it is a city that rewards careful exploration with a number of hidden highlights. As a Paris airport transfer driver, I've been all over the city, and hear plenty of visitors talking about the highlights of their trip. Away from the major sights, there are some hidden gems that people consistently rave about (when they can find them!): here are five of the best unusual sights to see on a holiday in Paris.   

Top Five Paris Attractions

Paris Sunset from the Louvre window
Paris Sunset from the Louvre window (Photo credit: Dimitry B)

By []Natalie Ray

Like many cities, Paris is a popular destination to spend a long weekend. This can often mean that you only have two or three useful days there and leave the City disappointed that you didn't manage to fit it all in. A little bit of research and planning can overcome this because you can go with a clear mind as to what you want to do and how you're going to fit it all in. Here are five of the best things to see and do in Paris to get you started.

Tourist Attractions in London

An aerial view of the Tower of London as seen ...
An aerial view of the Tower of London as seen from the SwissRe Tower. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Author: abhishek

Tourist Attractions in London
The attractions of London are some of the most exciting and interesting in the world. From top museums which cover a range of topics to some fascinating historic buildings and monuments, there is something to please every visitor. Some of the famous tourist attractions of London have been described below: