Paris Hotels, France
Enjoy and be lovely at the hotels of this most romantic city in the world. Explore Paris based on your hotel to see how Parisians live their daily lives, and also learn its revolutionary historical development making what the city is now.
Fraser Suite le Claridge Champs Elysees
Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport Hotel
Madeleine Plaza Hotel
Le Grand Hotel de Normandie
Hyatt Regency Paris Etoile
Shangri-La Htoel, Paris
Best Western Premier Opera Faubourg
Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel Hotel
Fouquet’s Paris Hotel
Fraser suites le Claridge Champs-Elysees
Aparthotel Adagio Paris Tour Eiffel
Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris
Four Seasons Hotel George V Paris
Mercure Paris centre Tour Eiffel
Hotel Bourg Tibourg
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Paris Brief Introduction
Paris is the capital of France and considered the most 'romantic' city in the world. Paris is located on the Seine River in the northern part of the country.
Being the most popular city, Paris has the most populated urban area among the European Union nations. It has over two million people and counting, except foreign visitors and tourists.
Paris is thought to be founded in the 3rd century by Celtic people called Parisii - Iron Age people that lived on the Seine River. Paris then became the largest city in the West by the 12th century where education and trade prospered.
Nowadays, Paris is famous and center of finance, business, fashion, arts, science and various fields and aspects of the modern world.
Paris Hotels & Tourism
Gorgeous Attractions & Tourism
Paris is one of the most popular travel destination in Europe. In the past years, Paris has had over 30 million tourists from other countries. Most of the figures are counted based on the Paris hotels occupancy.
The following are the most popular monuments and attractions where people visit:
Basilique du Sacre-Coeur
At the heart of Paris you can easily enjoy the most popular monuments. These landmarks include:
Notre Dame Cathedral and the Louvre
Les Invalides (tomb of Napoleon)
banks of Seine River from the Pont de Sully to the Pont d'lena (UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Tuileries Gardens, the Luxor Column in the Place de La Concorde, the Arc de Triomphe, the Grande Arche of La Defense
Basilica of St Denis - birthplace of the Gothic style of architecture
Palace of Versailles in the west
Chateau de Fontainebleau in the south
Medieval Fairs site of Provins in the East
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