What’s There

Paris, the capital of France, also known as the “city of lights” is the top of our list. From the sparking Eiffel Tower to incredibly famous works of art in the Le Louvre museum such as the Mona Lisa, this city has plenty to offer any visitor. Be sure to visit Arc de Triomphe, the french national monument situated on the famous Champs-Élysées avenue which has some of the finest shops in the world! Also located in Paris is the stunning Palace of Versailles which was the home of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Paris is also known for its world-class cuisine and you’ll be finding something new and delicious to eat. Be sure to check out some of the many cafés and bars and people-watch while you’re there sipping your café au lait.

Who’s There

This city is home to some of the world’s most rich and famous as well as up and coming artists, musicians, poets, and other creatives of all kinds. Known as an international fashion capital, Parisians dress very well and take great pride in a graceful and dignified appearance. However, outside of the ritziest neighbourhoods, some regular people live and work in the city. Paris has been a destination for cultured and creative minds for centuries so it’s no surprise to find some of the world’s best art, food, architecture, and fashion here.

Getting There

Fly to the largest airport in France, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, also popularly known as the Roissy Airport from almost any part of the world be it Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada. North Americans can get direct flights to Paris from most popular cities like New York, Los Angeles, Montreal, Toronto, San Francisco and many more.