Have you seen already the sights such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre? Read here more about the attractions which you still can look at in Paris. You want to travel again to Paris? But walk on the Champs Elysees and enjoyed the view from the Eiffel Tower? Here are some tips on what you can still see and how you can still spend your vacation in Paris. Important for a perfect holiday, of course is perfect accommodation. It is not satisfied with this holiday is also often destroyed. You should inform himself in any case previously in the Internet about the accommodation. Often there is to read through the possibility of customer reviews.
Maybe you should try a Paris apartment. Paris, it is said, is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and also one of the most popular tourist destinations. The charming end of Palace of Versailles is especially beautiful. The magnificent Castle is in a suburb of Paris, Versailles. The castle was originally built as a hunting lodge for Ludwig XIII. built, and later rebuilt in 1661 Louis XIV. the French Sonnenkonnig from designs by Louis Le Vau and Jules Hardouin-mansard to one of the most magnificent castles. Gene famous wieds Castle is also the impressive garden with fountains and the Wassbassins.
By the mid-17th century until the outbreak of the French Revolution, the baroque palace was the residence of the French Royal family. Since 1979, the Chateau de Versailles, part of the UNESCO world cultural heritage. The Pantheon, which is situated on the sacred hill of Tom, is the Hall of Fame and the resting place of famous French figures such as Jean-Jacques Rosseau, Emile Zola, Marie Curie, Jean Moulin, Victor Hugo, Jean Jaures, Voltaire and many others. Louis XV commissioned the construction of the Pantheon in 1764 and sixteen years later it was finished. At that time, it served as a church later after the French revolution it was used as a Hall of Fame, until today. There are not Napoleon Bonaparte and Charles de Gaulle however. Napoleon was buried in Les Invalides and Charles de Gaulle in his hometown in Colombey-les-deux-Eglises. Here there are also very few people and the decision is solely the President of France. In 2002, more than 130 years after his death of Alexandre Dumas in the Pantheon was enclosed. The Invalides in Paris or the “Hotel of des Invalides”, is a monument to the French army. Here museums, monuments and burial grounds, which have to do with the military or the military history of France, are housed. As already mentioned here, too, the famous military leader Napoleon is buried. The stairs to Napoleon’s crypt is located behind the main altar. So come to Paris and don’t miss these sights also!