We usually call it a the city of lights or a the city of love. But Paris is also a metropolis with nearly two million people. Approximately 25 million tourists come every year to visit more than 400 parks, 70 markets and 150 museums. Enough to make you lose your head. And where the hell to start in a big city like Paris? Do not worry, we're here to help.
Get ready for a quick guide to everything you should not miss in Paris. Asana is often quoted as being for or against this. Of all the beautiful churches, the Cathedral of Notre Dame is the most emblematic. He has served as backdrop for many films and books, and at night the illuminated facade view is simply amazing. Make friends with the gargoyles and upload your steps to the highest tower to get stunning views over Paris. Then stroll along the Seine River and charming footbridge crosses the Pont Des Arts.
If you have not ever been in the Louvre Museum, put it in first position on your list. It is impossible to see everything, so choose the most outstanding works: kitsch extravagance of the stays of Napoleon III, throw fire a smile on the Mona Lisa and admire the beauty of the Venus de Milo. If after this you're ready to buy some art for your own living room, come to St. Ouen to check out the flea market (Les Puces). Still retains the charm of the sites that have not been discovered by mass tourism.