Paris, France; the Most Wanted Vacation Spot

As soon as the name of vacation comes in a conversation the very first question that rises is where to go to and maximum people think of the place that almost every person wants to visit at least once in a lifetime that is Paris. Being known as the city of love, the place also has a large collection of best architectures in the world. Even if a person spends the entire month at this vacation spot, it’s next to impossible that they’d be having a scratch of the same in hand by the end. The beautiful night lights and the monuments along with the wonderful people residing, hotels and cuisines are so less in the list of attraction that Paris offers to the people.


Containing world-class museums, fashion, cuisine, and an atmosphere all its own, Paris is also a city of “many splendors,” as Ernest Hemingway recalled in his memoirs, A Moveable Feast. Visit the Centre Pompidou, enjoy gourmet pastries, shop couture on the Champs Elyse’s or boutiques in Les Halle’s, and take in the view atop the Eiffel Tower, or even daytrip to Versailles Palace.” Travelling lovers can dig in more at


The City of Light pulls millions of tourists every season with its unforgettable atmosphere. Obviously the heavenly cuisines and varied art collections has the rights to take credits as well. Strolls through the city is the gentle River Seine, in line with the museums, churches being centuries old and rococo blocks and Neo classic pattern architectures, all the more decorated by the beautiful trees and sparkling streetlamps. Peppering is the walks probably towards the market, cinema halls or other such entertainment spots that enhance the live experience of the city further. Wherever you decide to go, Paris will always be the number one vacation spot of all times.


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