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Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport (CDG/LFPG) Tel: +33 (1) 22.214.171.124, Fax: +33 (1) 48.62.58.02
Paris-Orly Airport (ORY/LFPO) Tel: +33 (1) 126.96.36.199, Fax: +33 (1) 188.8.131.52
Paris - Pontoise Airport (POX/LFPT) Tel: +33 (1) 30.31.03.82, Fax: +33 (1) 30.73.06.99
1st: Paris is one of the most beautiful vacation spots in Europe. When you leave one of the main airports, Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport, Paris-Orly Airport. Paris - Pontoise Airport, rent a car and drive into the 1st arrondissment. The Louvre attracts visitors from all over the world with its impressive collection of paintings and sculptures. You will find the Mona Lisa here at the Louvre. Tourists and locals, alike, often combine it with a stroll in the adjoining Tuileries gardens. Designers of haute couture, including Yves St-Laurent and Dior, have shops in Rue St-Honoré, just a short walk from the majestic Place Vendôme, home to some of the finest jewellers in Paris.
2nd: A tourist can get the true feel of the Parisian lifestyle on the little back streets home of galleries, cafés and boutiques, in this district. West of Rue Richelieu stands the theater district where there are a dozen or so playhouses. The Bourse de Paris (Paris Stock Exchange) draws its clientele from the surrounding business community, while certain clothing factories in the Sentier district are now home to new internet companies.
3rd: Continue your holiday while touring the 3rd district. The Marais district prides itself on being one of the oldest and best preserved in Paris. In keeping with this yearning for yesteryear, a museum charting the history of the capital (Musée Carnavalet) can also be found here. This is the home of trendy bars, cafés and stylish boutiques.
4th: Travel through this district and you will undoubtedly be in one of the most picturesque districts. Walk across the bridge opposite the Hôtel de Ville (town hall) and you will drift onto the capital's two islands - Ile de la Cité and Ile Saint-Louis where a visit to the stunning Notre-Dame Cathedral is an absolute must on your tour. Back on the right bank, Place des Vosges, a beautiful old square lined with ancient buildings, is a wonderful example of yester year. While the Beaubourg centre of contemporary art confirms its resolutely futuristic outlook.
5th: Drive in your rental car from Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport or Paris-Orly Airport or Paris - Pontoise Airport to the 5th district and you'll find this and the adjoining 6th district comprise the Quartier Latin (Latin Quarter), bastion of student life and higher education in Paris. Within a 320 ft. radius around the Panthéon you'll find some of the most prestigious schools and universities in the whole of France. Here is located the Jardin des plantes, Paris' botanical gardens and zoo. The Arènes de Lutèce (remains of a Roman amphitheatre) remind us just how rich the history of Paris is. Continue your tour and youll find the Museum of the Middle Ages in Cluny Square. It is here there are located the wonderful bookstalls along the River Seine, where you can buy books and prints for a good price.
6th: Rue de Seine, de Buci, Mazarine and Dauphine, along with the whole area between Boulevard St-Germain and the river Seine itself, reflect the characteristic allure of Paris. Discover the little cafés and boutiques of the chic-intellectual district of St-Germain-des-Près, and the bars and nightspots when the sun goes down. Travel to the Jardin du Luxembourg and take some peaceful time out of your tour.
7th: More commonly known as the "quartier des ministres" (ministers' quarter), the 7th district also boasts some of Paris' most beautiful monuments - the Invalides, the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars - literally meaning "Field of Mars". This was originally a parade ground for cadets in the Ecole Militaire (Military Academy). Between Quai Voltaire and Rue de l'Université, dozens upon dozens of antique dealers can be found. Go and tour the Musée d'Orsay, a museum of modern art, in this district.
8th: The 8th district starts with the most beautiful avenue in the world - the fabulous Champs-Elysées - which extends from Place de l'Etoile down to Place de la Concorde.
9th: Spend the night at the opera by renting a car and driving to the Opéra (opera house) undeniably one of Paris' most exquisite buildings. You may want to add to your tour by visiting the waxworks at Musée Grévin.
12th: Travel to the far west of the city, but still within its limits, to the Bois de Vincennes, a wonderful place to wander, especially around the lake.
13th: In the eastern part of this district is "Chinatown", inhabited by an unbelievable number of Chinese and Asian restaurants, shops and supermarkets.
15th: Drive in your rental car out to the delightful André Citroën park in this district. Its named in honour of the famous car manufacturer. A little further north, overlooking the river, you'll find Paris' skyline of skyscrapers peering down at France's Statue of Liberty.
18th: The Basilique du Sacré-Coeur (the Basilica of the Sacred Heart) is another must-see monument on your tour of the City of Light. Looking up at the basilica from the market below is sure to take your breath away.
20th: The most well-known cemetery in Paris, the Cimetière du Père-Lachaise is the final resting place of many famous artists, and is one of the most visited sites in the city.
There is so much to see and do in Paris and the surrounding area when you arrive at Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport or Paris-Orly Airport or Paris - Pontoise Airport, rent a car and spend your holiday there. For instance, for many Americans, there is the European Disneyworld which is a must see on their list of tourist objectives.