Paris is the capital and largest city in France, and situated in northern France.
Tourist can't leave Paris without visiting The Eiffel Tower. There is no other monument that better symbolizes Paris.
Another must see is the Notre Dame Cathedral. It is an impressive gothic cathedral that was the inspiration for Victor Hugo's novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
It is impossible to turn down a street without finding a gallery. Most offer the benefit of complimentary bottles of wine and are open until late on Friday nights. For art lovers, be sure to check out Quartier Saint, which is renowned for its galleries.
For the lovers, don�t forget to do some french kissing on a bridge overlooking the Seine River.
Paris International Airport
Flying to Paris means that you will be landing at Charles de Gaulle International Airport. It is a major airport hub and can be notoriously confusing, so allow plenty of time for transfers.
There are many shops and restaurants at the airport that will allow you to do some shopping when you arrive. Do note that everything at this airport is very expensive, especially food.
Getting to and from the airport is also easy with available car hire and taxi transfers to and from your hotel.
There are many hotels & guest houses in and around the city, and range from 3 � 5 stars depending on your budget.� Some of the more famous hotels in Paris are The Ritz and The Four Seasons.
Paris has a typical Western European oceanic climate. Paris' climate can be described as mild and damp. Summer temperatures range from between 15 and 25�C. There are a couple of days in summer where the temperature rises above 32 �C. Spring and autumn boast mild days and fresh nights. In winter, sunshine is scarce and days are cold. Temperatures are around 7�C. Snowfall is rare, but the city has seen its fair share of light snow showers.
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