Places to Visit
Paris which is also known as the capital of fashion and also the city of light has many places you can visit. You can consider any of the following;
- The Eiffel Tower: no other landmark symbolizes Paris like the way Eiffel tower does. Security is majorly provided for the staffs and patrons, but as visitors be vigilant of your surroundings.
- Catacombs: It stores about 6 million bones exhumed from the overflowing Paris cemeteries. Only 200 persons are allowed at the catacombs at a time. So if you just arrived, you have to wait for your turn with other 199 people.
- The Louvre: This is one of the most visited and finest museums of culture and art, it is the home of the Mona Lisa and other artworks. It has an enormous building and art collections.
- Musée d'Orsay: If you have a love for 19th-centuryartworks, this is one of the few museums you can catch a glimpse of the best artist of that period. You will see Renoir's "Bal du moulin de la Galette, Monet's "Blue Water Lilies” and “Whistler’s "The Artists Mother".
- Arc de Triomphe: If you yearn for a total view of the city, the arc will provide it’s in totality. It exhales and exudes grandeur.
- Sacré Coeur: It is the highest point in Paris, and it houses a church. At the back of the church is the artist area which provides a spectacular and breathtaking view of the whole city.
- Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie - La Villette: If you are going with children, Paris also have a perfect memory for them at this science museum for children. It is often credited as the biggest science museum in Europe.
- Quartier Saint-Germain-des-Prés: If vintage clothing is your thing, you will find clothing that belongs to the 20th-century fashion vogue at the Quartier. It carries stuff like couture and sunglasses from this period.
- Clignancourt Flea Market: This is the meeting spot for lovers of antiques, retro fashion, and second-hand goods. The best days to visit is on Saturdays and Sundays as this is the period the sellers are allowed into their stalls.
- Château de Versailles: If you visit France, this is must see for you. It is easily visited by trains on the outskirt of the city. It is France most exquisite chateau and was once home to Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette.
Climate and Weather
Recording an average temperature of 41°F (5°C), January is the coolest month in Paris and July might be a bit hot with an average of 68°F (20°C). Parisians experience a warm and pleasant summer with a temperature of 25°C (77°F). If you want it wet and cold, spring and fall are for you. But in overall, the best time to visit is the pleasant summer.
Paris has a cheap, ever-expanding and efficient Metro and RER train systems that will take you wherever you want to go. The train tickets cost $2 for single and day passes is from $14 if you have many places to go. Taxis and Cabs which is very accessible are also available. You can also rent a bicycle or walk, as most of the locals do if they are not going too far
Events and festivals
Something is always happening in Paris all year round except February and August when almost half of Parisians go to the Alps and west. In January, there is Maison and Object which is furniture and interior decorating trade fair. In February, Chinese New Year is observed due to a large number of Chinese in France. From the last Sunday in May to June, the French Tennis Open is in the air. Other events include Tour De France, Nuit Blanche, Fashion week, Six NationsRugby Tournament and several others.
When to Visit Paris
There’s no right time to visit Paris; it has huge crowds in parks for picnics during warm months. During cold months, there is grey skies and less crowd. There is always an event all year round, which means there’s always something that will catch your fancy.
Hotels and Accommodations
There are several lovely and charming hotels in Paris which are of your spec. For hotel reservations and bookings, contact airohub to get the best. We assure you of affordable prices.
Three international airports serve the city of Paris; Charles de Gaulle International Airport, Orly International Airport, and Beauvais. All these airportsconnect the passengers by rail and other form of transportation to the city centers and important places.