Paris metro. Guide
As in any major European city, Paris has its own metro. But here it is not a luxury, as in Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin or, say, Vienna, but actually a means…

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Montmartre
Montmartre is one of the picturesque areas of Paris, which is located in the north and is the 18th municipal district of the capital of France. The famous Montmartre is…

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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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celebrating Beaujolais Nouveau

Feast of Beaujolais Nouveau in France. What is his drink?

“Le Beaujolais Nouveau est est!” (“The time has come for the young Beaujolais!”) – With these words, the French annually greet one of the most cheerful and traditional holidays, the Beaujolais Nouveau. It is on the third Thursday of November, starting at midnight, and for the next few days it is customary to taste the harvest of the young Burgundy wine Beaujolais. Continue reading

Take a walk in paris
Christmas in France (as well as any other western country) is a family holiday. Wherever the French are, they always return home for Christmas to meet with their families, sit…

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The Louvre
No museum in the world can compare in popularity with the Louvre, which is visited annually by about 10 million people. First of all, visitors seek to see the mysterious…

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Field of Mars in Paris
The Champ de Mars is a world-famous French park in the seventh arrondissement of Paris, and is a landmark place for national events and celebrations. The park is located on…

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Place de la Concorde in Paris
Place de la Concorde is called the heart of Paris for a reason. It is located in the 8th arrondissement of Paris in France in a picturesque location next to…

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