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What to see in Paris in 12 days

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Paris, one of the most famous and tourist cities in the world, which you can not miss. In this guide of what to see in Paris in 12 days we will be making routes through neighborhoods to be able to make the most of the time. The best way to get around Paris is by subway for long distances and walking to enjoy all its charm.

Day 1: GERONA - PARIS


Once the visit is over, we go down and there begins the Avenue of the Champs Elysees where there are the best shops, jewelry stores and antique dealers. At Christmas it is all very well decorated, after touring it all and stopping in the shop windows, we arrive at the Place de la Concorde, it is characterized by an obelisk in the middle, it is pink granite more than 3,000 years old it was a Gift of the viceroy of Egypt. Around the square there are 8 female statues representing the eight largest and most important cities in France, there is also a large ferris wheel.
Nearby there is the Louvre Museum, one of the places what to see in Paris, we toured this area and went to Tuileries Gardens for a walk, in the afternoon we went to the Pompidou Center, it is a good area to listen to street musicians and jugglers, it is a huge museum of contemporary art, and inside There are many exhibitions of all kinds, but what caught our attention is the outer structure full of tubes.
When we left we went around the neighborhood and we went to the hotel.
If you do not have much time a good option to have a good first contact with the city and know its history is to book this guided tour in Spanish that includes a cruise on the seine and the climb to the Eiffel Tower.

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Day 3: PARIS - VERSALLES - PARIS

Saturday, December 22, 2007

It was Sunday and we took the opportunity to visit Versailles with its famous palace and gardens, to get there you have to take the train, the RER known in France, the journey takes half an hour. Another option is to book an excursion to the Palace of Versailles with a guide in Spanish and by bus.
The palace was ordered to build the monarch Luis XIII in 1623. We visited the interior of the castle that is huge, it is worth mentioning the Gallery of Mirrors, the most impressive room of the Palace of Versailles, and that served as an example room for the signature of the Treaty of Versailles.
Inside the palace, there are also the Halls of Peace and War and the rooms of the king and queen, in addition to the Queen's Chamber, which is preserved as left by Marie Antoinette after leaving Versailles in 1789. Also The Chapel is important, where Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI attended daily Mass, and the Opera is a surprise, a place where monarchs enjoyed concerts for their entertainment.
What most attracts attention are the gardens that are immense where there are a lot of ponds, fountains and forests. The views of the outside of the palace towards the gardens are the most beautiful.

Defense Arch


We went to eat and after a few intense days played the farewell of the romantic Paris. Au revoir Paris.

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