Honoré de Balzac, the renowned french writer, used to say "The person that doesn't come often to Paris will never really be elegant". Don't miss an opportunity to come to the City of Lights, for it is magnificent. Romantic walks on the Seine docks to the Champs de Mars dominated by the Eiffel Tower since 1889, the city offers itself and doesn't ask anything in return.
Architecture enthusiasts and classical literature experts will be charmed by the elegance of the Notre-Dame Cathedral, inexhaustible source of inspiration to big names such as Balzac, Hugo or Shakespeare. Discover the sinuous streets birthing from the Jean-Paul II square to get to the Louvre and admire its treasures. Mona Lisa and Venus, heritages from long past artists, inspire new generations of craftsmen from Saint-Honoré, the Place Vendome or the Champs-Elysées.