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The City of Light
Home to world-renowned museums, galleries and the landmark Eiffel Tower, Paris or the City of Light, is one of the most visited destinations in the world. It owes the nickname, La Ville-Lumière, to the intellectual movement that took place there in the 18th century.
Paris, not being restricted to a mere cinematic setting, has almost played the role of a supporting character in movies like Ratatouille, Pink Panther, Breathless, and Moulin Rouge. Individuals across the globe are drawn to this city throughout the year and one is bound to fall in love with its museums, churches, art galleries, and other enthralling attractions.
The Eiffel Tower is an obvious first on the itinerary, but for a truly immersive experience, make sure gems like the Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris, Sainte-Chapelle, and Arc de Triomphe are on the list as well.
For Indian tourists
A concentration of South Asians has settled in Paris' Little India, or Little Jaffna as it is called. Situated close to the Gare du Nord station, one can find Bollywood music stores, ethnic shops, local markets and even two Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha respectively in Little Jaffna.
India is 3h30m ahead of Paris in terms of the time difference and there is no Visa on arrival for Indians.
Hotels in Paris
Hotels in Paris encompass various categories like aparthotel, inns, youth hostels, and premium offerings. Areas like Montmartre and Latin Quarter are known for their budget-friendly offerings, which are perfect for students and frequent travelers. If your hotel is not adjoining any major transport hub, do not worry. Paris is anyway a city best explored on foot! Walking down its cobblestoned streets in Rue des Barres and Rue des Rosiers is an experience that will definitely add colorful memories to your trip here.
If you are touring Paris for business purposes, ideally opt for a Parisian hotel in and around La Défense since it is the Central Business District (CBD) and is located to the west of the city. Another option is the area encompassed by the 17th and 18th arrondissement, which house some of the best hotels in Paris that offer superior facilities and convenient transportation options.
Things to remember
- Being familiar with basic French can make your trip easier and more fun
- Compliment whatever staff that have served you in anyway. Not doing so would be considered very rude.
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*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.