Bassin de la Villette: summer swimming in Paris

July 20, 2017 / Travel

Air temperature in Paris is really summer so there is nothing surprising in that city dwellers and guests of the capital want to refresh themselves and swim. Of course, going to Paris, we realize this city does not belong to the number of water resorts – its charm is based on absolutely different things. But, nevertheless, having the opportunity to plunge into the cool water (without buying a ticket for a special pool) is always a good moment when we have a heat on the streets.

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Tour Saint-Jacques is open again

July 18, 2017 / Travel

Another good news from Paris that has to gladden tourists coming to the city on the Seine. The famous 62-meters Saint-Jacques Tower (Tour Saint-Jacques) opens its doors. Read more

To a park in Paris at night? Easily!

June 28, 2017 / Travel

As is generally known, parks in Paris are open for visitors in the day and evening time, while at night they are closed. But we are in a hurry to gladden residents and guests of the capital.

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Hyperloop: From Amsterdam to Paris like the wind

June 5, 2017 / Travel

Ladies and Gentlemen, we continue our transport news. 🙂

Hardt Global Mobility company has opened the centre on testing Hyperloop system in Holland, where specialists are checking the basic technologies that provide movement of superhigh-speed trains, traction and safety.

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From Paris to Brussels for 10 Euros

May 30, 2017 / Travel

Paris and Brussels – two beautiful European capitals. Do you want to get from one city to another for only 10 Euro? It is already possible!

The railway company Thalys offers its passengers this opportunity as a part of Izy service.

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TOP-1 – Paris Beauvais Tille Airport – The most punctual one in Europe

May 2, 2017 / Travel

Aircraft on ground Company has conducted a research of passenger air traffic and made its rating of the most punctual airports in Europe. And the winner is Paris Beauvais Airport – located 80 kilometers to the north of the capital. Even if anyone doesn’t consider Frenchmen punctual, their airport is the most “honest” for the last year.

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Rives de Seine – Paths for all

April 24, 2017 / Travel

Presidential elections in full play but it’s not a reason to stop Paris City Hall’s work for people! 🙂 It got warmer outdoors and we are happy to share a pleasant news with you – in Paris Rives de Seine (Banks of the Seine) Park was opened.

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Top 20 Things to Do In Paris

March 20, 2017 / Travel

Everyone loves to take a holiday once in a while and what better place to go than Paris, France. This is one of the most renowned cities throughout the world that has a rich culture and heritage and welcomes people from around the world.

Paris which started off as the Paris Basin in 52 BC, which was conquered by the Romans started off as one of Rome’s Western front that quickly became prosperous thanks to the location and trade throughout the empire. Originally, the city’s name was Parisius in Latin, which later became Paris in French.

Many people love to go and see the sights in Paris like the Pantheon as it has a 360 degree panoramic view of all of Paris, the Centre Pompidou with its modern art treasures, and its famous for its street performers. Of course, these are only a couple of places to visit while you are in Paris.

Today, we will look at 20 things that you should do when you go to Paris. Let’s get started!

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Top 20 Places to Visit in Paris

March 14, 2017 / Travel

Top 20 Places to Visit in Paris

Bonjour! Welcome, all tourists and sightseers alike. Today we are going to take you on a journey of the top 20 places to visit in Paris, France. From the looming Eiffel Tower to the royal Conciergerie, you will see astonishing views full of knowledge, culture, and adventure. Without further ado, strap on your walking shoes and pull out your camera because our first stop is the Eiffel Tower!

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The Eiffel Tower’s modernization

February 21, 2017 / Travel

Recently we’ve written on bulletproof wall construction around the Eiffel Tower – someone liked this news, someone – not. But Parisian authorities are going to modernize the main symbol of the city and planning to invest really big money for it.

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