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Top 3 must-see places in Paris 2022


1) Go up to the Eiffel Tower 



Arriving in Paris, it splits the sky with its immensity. The Eiffel Tower, symbol of France, is available to you from all sides. From the top of its 324 meters, this wrought iron tower has dominated the landscape since 1889 at the time of the Universal Exhibition. Its construction in 2 years, 2 months and 5 days was a real technical and architectural achievement. Intended to last only 20 years, it was saved by its immense popular success and by the scientific experiments of Gustave Eiffel. Indeed, its creator proposed to use it as an antenna for the first radio transmissions. Although very controversial during its construction, this masterpiece ends up winning the hearts of even the most skeptical. Today, it is the scene of many international events. The sensations begin as soon as you climb this monument. Each year, approximately 7 million visitors climb the three floors of the tower. Paris seen from the top offers a panorama that is worth the detour. The higher you go, the more the city reveals itself: the monuments are revealed, the cars swarm and the landscapes change. Every evening, the Eiffel Tower sparkles. To continue enjoying this magical setting overlooking the City of Light, you can taste the gourmet dishes of one of the tower's restaurants, the 58 Tour Eiffel on the first level and the Jules Verne on the second floor, or choose to treat yourself to a coupe at the champagne bar at the top. Eiffel Tower: Champ de Mars, 5 avenue Anatole France. Every day from 9:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to midnight in summer.


2) Appreciate Paris by night with the Moulin Rouge 



The Moulin Rouge is the number 1 entertainment venue in Paris, if not all of Europe. For 126 years, the most legendary French cabaret has welcomed millions of spectators, who have come to admire the famous French Cancan. The Moulin Rouge is a place loved by artists from all over the world. Mistinguett, Edith Piaf, Jean Gabin, Franck Sinatra, Liza Minnelli have performed on this mythical stage... The most famous cabaret in the world was moreover immortalized by the famous painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, whose posters and paintings ensured at the Moulin Rouge a rapid and international notoriety. The lights in the room go out, the curtain rises... The entire troupe enters the stage and from that moment the spectators let themselves be intoxicated by the beauty of the Doriss Girls and the Doriss Dancers. The 80 artists, recruited from all over the world, adorn themselves with their 1,000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins made by the greatest Parisian workshops. The show is made up of sumptuous sets in shimmering colors and unique designs made by Italian artists. It's time to attend exceptional numbers, and even the return of the giant Aquarium, to intoxicating original music. Not to mention the famous leg lift of the most beautiful girls in the world! Moulin Rouge: 82 boulevard de Clichy. Two shows in the evening at 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.



3) Visit the Louvre Museum 



The glass pyramid located in the Napoleon courtyard quickly became emblematic of the museum. The fortress of Philippe Auguste (13th century) which surrounds it was remodeled to become a royal residence for several centuries. It was in 1793 that the Central Museum of Arts, the first national museum, opened within its walls. From year to year, the collections expand and gradually invest the palace. Today, the vastness of the Louvre Museum is striking: it is estimated that it would take nine months to see all of its works one by one. It is also one of the largest museums in the world with an exhibition area of ​​73,000 m² where 38,000 works are presented to the public, out of the 460,000 that the museum keeps. The exceptionally rich works are divided into 8 departments: Oriental Antiquities; Egyptian Antiquities; Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities; Islamic Arts; Art ; Sculptures; Paintings and Graphic Arts. You do not want to miss the masterpieces of the Louvre? Know that the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo and the Victory of Samothrace get the preference of visitors. Among the most famous pieces are also the Crouching Scribe, the Code of Hammurabi, the head of a female statue of the type of "idols with crossed arms", the diamond called "The Regent" or the remarkable Egyptian collection. The Louvre: 99, rue de Rivoli. Every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. except Tuesday (evening until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesday and Friday).




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