Luxembourg Garden
The Luxembourg Garden, located in the Latin Quarter next to the Sorbonne, although it is not the largest park in Paris, is certainly among the favorite recreation areas of Parisians…

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Castle Aze-le-Rideau
I can not say that I am a fan of palace type locks. I prefer coarse, weathered stones of German fortresses, covered with wet moss, which keep the memory of…

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Tour Montparnasse
The Montparnasse Tower is the tallest skyscraper in the Paris region. The height of the 59-story building is 210 meters. This is the only skyscraper located within Paris, and not…

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How to severely save on food in Paris

I was pushed to write this post by several entries in this community that food is expensive in Paris.

In general, this post was thought of as a long-beautiful list of places to eat, without killing the budget, with addresses and photos, but until I reach my feet, hands, and camera … For now, rather a list of general recommendations: Continue reading

See Paris and fly away
Airport "Charles de Gaulle" - like a science fiction novel by a talented author, opened at random on the best page. Multi-level silver pipe transitions, a special transfer system, uneven,…

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Place de la Bastille
Place de la Bastille in Paris is known to the whole world, first of all, by its fortress, which was destroyed in the Great French Revolution.The modern square has become…

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Moulin Rouge
The Moulin Rouge Cabaret is considered to be one of the most famous sights of Paris. Enchanting show, unusual costumes, beautiful dancers, the famous French cancan, which was first performed…

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France: leave to return
Even the French themselves, when they talk about France, often cannot resist epithets. And the main one is "belle"; "Ma belle France", "My beautiful France" ... It is really beautiful,…

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