Tag: FR – Paris Banks of the Seine

UNESCO to conduct an Advisory mission to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris; Unesco

Photo: Ko Hon Chiu Vincent

Source: UNESCO to conduct an Advisory mission to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris

Solo Travel in Paris: Traveling Alone in the City of Love; Trixie Pacis; Passion Passport

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Your guide on how to best experience Paris while traveling alone.

Source: Solo Travel in Paris: Traveling Alone in the City of Love | France | Passion Passport

10 of the best things to do outdoors in Paris this fall; Allison Tibaldi; USA Today

Photo: Jacques Lebar

Travelers are continuing to spend as much time as possible outdoors, though that doesn’t mean you need to cross urban destinations off your vacation list. If you’re ready to consider European travel, Paris is an excellent idea.

Source: 10 of the best things to do outdoors in Paris this fall

The 10 best parks in Paris; The Lonely Planet

 

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How To Spend A Day Island Hopping In Paris; Alison Browne; TravelAwaits

Ile de la Cite and Ile Saint-Louis are two of the oldest villages in Paris brimming with treasures to explore, and Ile aux Cygnes, a little further down the river, has a gem of its own. These islands in Paris can be visited in one day or more leisurely over a few days. And as with all things Parisian, they can be returned to over and over and each time bring new, captivating discoveries.

Source: How To Spend A Day Island Hopping In Paris – TravelAwaits

When We Travel Again: 5 Things To Do In Paris, France; Femina

Check out these 5 places you must visit in Paris, France…

Source: When We Travel Again: 5 Things To Do In Paris, France

First Time in Paris: 3 Day Art & History Itinerary; Thomas Dowson; Archaeology Travel

A beginners guide to Paris: 3 days of self guided walks, guided tours and a day trip to make the most of your time to see the best art and historical sites…

Source: First Time in Paris: 3 Day Art & History Itinerary | Archaeology Travel

Ode to the Seine, River of Romance; Elaine Sciolino; Literature Hub

She goes to the sea

Passing through Paris. . . .

And . . .  walks between the quays

In her beautiful green dress

And her golden lights.

–Jacques Prévert, “Chanson de la Seine” *

The Seine is the most romantic river in the world.

Source: Ode to the Seine, River of Romance

Take a tour of the City of Light; Melo Villareal; Out of Town Blog

La Ville Lumière, or the “City of Light,” is one of many nicknames for Paris, France and was bestowed on the capital for two reasons.  During the Age of Enlightenment in 18th century Europe, intellectuals sought to promote science and the exchange of ideas, as opposed to intolerance and superstition.  Paris was regarded as a leading light of the cultural movement because of the city’s strong support of Enlightenment ideals.

Source: Take a tour of the City of Light – Out of Town Blog

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