Anyone dreams of visiting Paris. The city is filled with historical sights. Walking through its streets, you feel a special atmosphere of romance, and many people consider Paris to be one of the most, and perhaps the most, beautiful city on Earth.
Paris has a lot of sights, which takes you at least three or four days to see. You`d better start you acquaintance with the capital of the world from Cite where you can visit the famous Notre Dame de Paris and Saint Chapelle. Also, you may walk around the island itself, to stroll along its romantic embankments and cross the oldest Parisian bridge (Le Pont Neuf).
Then you may go to the Louvre. However, you`d better visit it later or otherwise you will have to spend the rest of the day inside this wonderful museum, while there are a lot of interesting places beyond its walls, such as Jardin de Tuileries, Rue de Rivoli, and the Seine Embankment. You must cross Pont des Arts giving you a picturesque view of the central Paris.
Having passed Jardin de Tuileries you go to Place de la Concorde. Then you may go down the famous Champs-Elysees until L’Arch de Triumph and beyond to the Eiffel Tower. It takes at least two or three days to see only the main sights of Paris, to say nothing about the multitude of other curious spots, which are not mentioned here. Also, if you have enough time you should visit Montmartre and Luxembourg Garden.
You must spare a day for museums and galleries of Paris. Surely, the most interesting of them are the Louvre and impressionist exposition of Musee d`Orsay.
There are also a lot of tourist attractions in the suburbs of Paris. And some of them are even more interesting than Paris itself. Certainly, you must plan a trip to Versailles. You can go there by a RER train. It takes the larger part of the day to visit this famous palatial & parking complex, built by Louis XIV.
Also you may go to Chartres and Fontainebleau. The main attraction of Chartres is its famous cathedral, while Fontainebleau is noted for its beautiful royal palace. You consider a trip to the valley of Loire to see its medieval castles, such as Chambord, Chenonceau, and Blois. Of course, you may visit them all for a day, but a two-day with a stay in Blois would be much more interesting. And finally, you can make a trip to Bretagne to see the St. Michael`s monastery.