What says 'romance' more perfectly than a moonlit trip to Paris? If you're looking for a truly unforgettable escape courtesy of Royal Holiday Destinations, Paris is the destination on everyone's must-see list. From its architectural wonders to its incredible museums to star-lit nights by the Seine, there's no danger of running out of attractions in the City of Light. When it comes to making your Parisian adventure truly luxurious, Royal Holiday has you covered. From sights to scenes to some of the best shopping around town, here's a guide for getting the most of the city's treasures during your Royal Holiday vacation.
Hit the Museums
When most people think of Paris, they think of its many points of visual splendor from the Eiffel Tour to the Cathedral of Notre Dame. Staying at Royal Holiday's Citadine Les Halles or Citadine Bastille Gare de Lyon will get you to both historic sites in no time via metro or by foot. But when it comes to taking in the sights, don't forget about Paris's incredible selection of artwork, from the treasures of the Musee d'Orsay and the Louvre to the rare collections of the Centre Pompidou, located just minutes from Royal Holiday's lush Citadine Les Halles hotel in the 1st arrondissement.
Don't Forget the Restaurants
All that sightseeing is bound to make you hungry. Whether you decide to hit up the world-famous Le Chateaubriand in the Republique district, dine on street food in the Marais, or take in noon tea at La Duree, you'll always want to save room for dessert. Paris is famous for its sumptuous sugary treats and rich pastries, and a trip to the city simply wouldn't be the same without a healthy bit of indulgence.
Catch the Catacombs
The city of Paris is one of the most historically fascinating locations in the world. During your Royal Holiday vacation, you won't want to miss out on some of the cultural tours and experiences Paris has to offer. Your first stop? A tour of the city's intricate underground burial chambers that have run beneath the city's streets for centuries. For those of you who'd prefer to stay above ground, the famous Pere Lachaise cemetery has brought travelers to the city for decades to pay homage to their favorite celebrity grave sites, such as those of Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde.
Stroll Along the Seine
The great river Seine is more than just a body of water separating the left bank of Paris from the right. It's a beautiful stretch of river that has defined the city for ages, and a place where lovers still go to feel the romance of Paris at night. The Seine travels along the banks of Paris, exposing tourists and travelers to some of the city's best eating, shopping, and sightseeing for miles on end. Even if you feel like you've taken in all the sights, stopping by the Seine, especially on a rainy evening, is just the thing to give you that fully romantic Parisian experience. With both Royal Holiday locations, the Seine is mere blocks away on foot, offering visitors a chance to see the magnificent river up close.
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