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Paris - Heart Of The World

Catch The PLANE & get INSANE

A trip to Paris - Heart Of The World was a Christmas gift from Aunt in 2013 ❤️

Let me introduce you to today's journey with my poem.

"On the way to Paris"

Three meters under the sky - on the way to Paris.

Entering heaven, the cloud bows down.

Within arm's reach, a downy layer;

In the world of dreams, reality hides.

- Catalina Stefańska


Paris is the capital of love and fashion, as well as the most romantic city in the world.

Wrapped in magic and inspired by art.

The perfect destination for artists, but not only.

👇 What To See 👇

Eiffel Tower

They call it the "Iron Lady", rising to a height of 1,063 Feet.

At the time of its construction in1889, it was the tallest tower in the world.

Today, it's only the 5th largest in France.

TICKET €3-17

Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Avenue des Champs-Élysées  dior

The Avenue des Champs-Élysées stretches for a length of 6266 feet.

Starting the walk from Place De La Concorde along the Champs-Élysées, we'll reach Charles De Gaulle, where the Arc de Triomphe is located.


Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe in Paris stands as a symbol of victory and national pride.

Completed in 1836, it honors those who fought and died for France.


Arc de Triomphe

The Louvre

Formerly a Royal Palace, now one of the world's largest art museums.

Here, behind armored glass, is the original masterpiece by Leonardo Da Vinci - "Mona Lisa."


The Louvre

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral

The cathedral, mainly known from Victor Hugo's "The Hunchback of Notre-Dame,"

took 180 years to build.

Its enduring legacy spans literature and Gothic architecture.

TICKET 9€  Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge

Translated as the Red Mill, it's a traditional cabaret opened in 1889 by Joseph Oller.

Renowned for dance performances, including the famous "Can Can," it's located in the popular Parisian Red Light District, near Montmartre.

TICKET 90-450€  The Panthéon

The Panthéon

The Panthéon in Paris, an architectural marvel,

serves as a mausoleum honoring distinguished French citizens.

Completed in 1790, it stands as a testament to intellectual and cultural contributions. TICKET 8€ Montmarte


There are speculations that around the year 250, the first Bishop of Paris, Saint Denis,

met a martyr's death on this hill, giving rise to the name "Mons Martyrorum" (Hill of Martyrs), later transformed into Montmartre.

Montmartre's streets are cherished by artists who can paint

and showcase their art for passersby.

(In the background, you can see the famous Sacré-Cœur Basilica.)

TICKET 0-5€ The Luxembourg Gardens and Palace

The 5,382 square feet garden was created in the 16th century

at the request of Henry IV's second wife, Marie de' Medici.

The Luxembourg Gardens and Palace

In the northern part of the park, the Luxembourg Palace was built. The palace and garden were meant to remind her of the Pitti Palace and Boboli Gardens in her hometown of Florence. TICKET 0€ Disneyland


The fourth Walt Disney amusement park in the world opened in 1992.

Since then, the park has welcomed over 270 million visitors! TICKET 14-225€ Pont Alexandre III

The Alexandre III Bridge was constructed in 1900 for the opening of the World's Fair.

Pont Alexandre III

It was named in honor of the Russian Emperor,

whose son laid the foundation stone for its construction. TICKET 0€


A bit further, 25 miles from Paris, lies the Palace of Versailles, a must-see marvel expanded during the reign of Louis XIV.

Sayings like "à la Versailles" or "elegance à la française" originated here.

The best transport from Paris is the train — affordable and fast.

Palace of Versailles

How to travel in Paris

I used the HOP-ON HOP-OFF bus throughout the day,

and I think it's the best way to get around Paris.

A 24-hour ticket costs around 20€.

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You can also rent a bike, but you might not see much in just one day.

Daily bike rentals are around 15-20€.

car in paris

Fun Facts

⧫ The theme of Paris has appeared in many movies, including "The Da Vinci Code," "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer," "District 13," "Ratatouille," "Moulin Rouge," and "Midnight in Paris"

⧫ 54% of children born in Paris are of African or Afro-Caribbean descent

⧫ Paris is often referred to as the "Heart of the World"

⧫ There's an artificial tropical beach along the Seine River in Paris

⧫ One of the oldest universities in the world, Sorbonne, is located in Paris


People in Paris

During this one day, I noticed that Parisians carry themselves with a sense of superiority,

and quite a bit of it. They can be impolite, and if we don't speak their language they'll say

"Speak French", lift their heads, and that's it – an offense.

The nicest Parisians I met were in one of the less affluent neighborhoods.

Employees of small shops, as well as passersby, were very kind and willing to help.

man with a crown

Morning coffee and dinner taste different here 💕☕

A cup of favorite coffee alone, a book, and relax...

I was surprised by how soothing it can be; sitting in a café on a busy street and observing the pace that's hard to keep up with.

This city truly ignites inspiration!

I highly recommend everyone to stop at a café with a garden or choose a table by the window and surrender to a moment with coffee or another drink.

Top 3 Most Popular Cafes

Le Procope - the oldest café in Paris.

In the 18th century, it was a meeting place for the Parisian intelligentsia.

Café de Flore - in the past, a frequent meeting place for philosophers.

Les Deux Magots - a place loved by literature enthusiasts.

Regular guests included Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso.

PRICE +/- 3€

Where To Eat

While in Paris, I recommend treating yourself to dinner with a view of the Eiffel Tower –

it's a marvel!

This is possible in restaurants such as:

6 New York

L'Oiseau Blanc

Les Ombres

+ few more, and the prices aren't insane.

PRICE: +/- 50€

paris restaurant


Let me know in the comment - have you ever been in Paris?


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