Paris is inarguably the city of love, lights, a thousand and one delights, the global centre for art, culture, fashion and gastronomy. The city has a plethora of attractions; The Eiffel Tower constructed in 1889, Notre Dame and the Arc de Triomphe await to be explored in their astounding glory. Musée du Louvre is the home of the enigmatic and enticing Mona Lisa herself. A magnificent amalgamation of more than a hundred monuments and museums leaves you with not even a single lifeless moment, which will bewitch you with the immense treasure of history, art and literature they hold within. The Champs-Elysées, named the world’s most romantic boulevard of over 2.4 km, becomes delightfully aglow with sunset. The Seine River offers a chance to embark on cruises for one, to indulge in a splendid view of the city, during both day and night. The delectable food of Paris can be enjoyed not only at restaurants all over the city but also on the first & bottom floors of the Eiffel tower and even at the vanilla-scented boulangeries.
Paris is an all-season city. During spring and summer, the climate is mild. Due to the geographical location of the city, Paris is still bright at 10 o’clock in the evening during summer, leaving you with more time for sightseeing. Winters are chilly but awesome. For shopping, the best time is marked by the winter sales, which run from early January through mid-February, and the Summer Sales, which extend from late June through July. However, because discounts are rare and limited, expect Parisian shops to be extremely crowded and chaotic during these times, especially on Fridays and Saturdays.