Paris Cheap Hotels in Paris

There is no denying Paris is the most popular tourist destination in the world. Discover romance here through culture, art, history, fashion, or food, and enjoy staying in any one of the luxurious hotels in its 20 district.

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With 28 million tourists visiting yearly, Paris ranks high when it comes to dream destinations. Some of the most recognized landmarks in the world are found here, with the Eiffel Tower the icing on the cake. Aside from iconic landmarks, Parisians seem to have found a formula for high quality of living. There are beautifully landscaped parks, wide boulevards lined with ostentatious Belle-Époque buildings, a thriving café culture, and the finest cuisine in the world.

Key attractions
If you are going to see the major attractions only, then start with the Eiffel Tower. You can climb it or just relax in the Champs de Marc Park in front. Another landmark worth seeing is the Arc de Triomphe, found at one end of the shopping mecca that is the Champs-Elysees. Two must-see churches, Notre Dame in the fourth quarter and Sacre Coeur in the 18th quarter, make for great photographs. The Louvre museum, home to da Vinci's Mona Lisa, and the Orsay Museum, which has works by Monet and van Gogh, draw art lovers from across the globe.

Having fun
Being Europe's perennial capital of culture, there is always something to do in Paris. In fact, Paris has its own Opera district - the ninth quarter. Home of the Paris Opera, the beautiful Palais Garnier is found here. In the 12th district is the Opera Bastille, a more modern temple to opera, ballet, music, and dance. To experience Paris' nightlife, you can choose from many neighborhoods. The restaurants and bars in Canal St Martin in the 10th district have a friendly vibe, while the Marais neighborhood has some of the hippest and trendiest spots in town.

Die-hard shoppers will find it hard to resist the quality and diversity of products on offer in this city. Paris is, after all, one of the world's capitals of fashion, food, and arts. Large shopping malls, including Galeries Lafayette and Printemps, can be found in the ninth district. Those looking to score art pieces can head to the galleries in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés quarter. This area also has major fashion brands, like Gautier, Versace, and Chanel. Antiques and second-hand items are sold at the Puces de St-Ouen flea market.

There are two UNESCO World Heritage sites right outside Paris. The Palace of Versailles sits immediately west of Paris and is an easy daytrip. Aside from being one of the most beautiful buildings in France, it is a historic site. It was built by Louis XIV, one of the most infamous kings of France. The other UNESCO World Heritage site is the Palace of Fontainebleau. Many important events in French history transpired here, from the birth of many members of the French nobility to its time as the residence of Napoleon Bonaparte.


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