PARIS – the name has a sensual feel when listening! A novel city which presents romance to visitors with its natural and man-made beauty. Paris is truly impressive and exceptional compared to other places in the world. The Eiffel Tower is always the first choice for tourists visiting Paris. The Champs-Elysées, the Invalides, Notre-Dame, the Louvre, the Opera, the Arc de Triomphe, and many more unseen spots you can discover in this historical city.

This luxurious country is waiting for you with so many attractions and opportunities. You can explore a variety of historical sites, religious buildings like the Sacre-Coeur Basilica & the Notre Dame Cathedral, famous bridges like the Pont Alexandre III, commemorative monuments as Arc de Triomphe, countless attractive official buildings, eye-catching & picturesque gardens and many other iconic scenic places in this city.

The word ‘culture’ originates from the stunning country of France, which is a famous center of art, architecture, fashion, the largest opera houses, and cuisine in the world. You can enjoy many colorful festivals that are celebrated in Paris, such as Bastille Day, film & music festivals, the open-air cinema event (Parc de la Villette), etc. The gorgeous city is also very popular for festive winter celebrations: Christmas, Foire de Paris, and New Year parade, are just a few to mention. Paris is famous for starting fashion (dressmaking and exporting) for the first time in the world. Paris Fashion Week takes place twice every year in which hundreds of fashion stylists, models, and designers participate .


The French feel proud of their attractive and yummy cuisines (and rightly so) which signifies many cultures and regions. A mixed salad, some terrine or paté, soup, rice, pasta, meat or fish, and vegetables are a typically French lunch menu. Also, they select a delicate local cheese or dessert for lunchtime.


If you get a great chance to visit Paris, then you can’t miss choosing first a variety of delicious chocolates, exclusive pastries (Vanilla, Coffee, Raspberry, and Chocolate flavors) and extraordinary cheeses. This spectacular city offers types of famous cuisine for travelers. You will be confused when deciding which to try first 🙂 Roast chicken, Steak Frites, Macaroons, Falafel, Lemon tarts, Éclairs, and many more deliciously appetizing dishes are available for your choice.


An appealing fruit dessert, Cédric Grolet’s Patisserie looks like an orange. This dessert is delicious and astonishing for every food lover. On slicing its shell, you can find a very special surprise inside! It is filled with mandarin and timut pepper compote. The dish takes a week to make completely. You can enjoy the orange colored outer shell, which is made with cocoa butter and then consumes the mousse, and compote inside.

Be cautious about your watery mouth! This super savory menu, Duck confit is cooking duck thigh in its own fat which is cured and preserved in salt with other spices, frequently garlic and thyme. A well-done confit has crispy skin which is spectacularly moist and fork-tender. It’s a classic dish and is available in most Parisian restaurants. Now, the time is yours for taking a taste!

Are you a street food lover? Then you can go to one of the most culturally diverse streets in the city that is Rue du Faubourg. Indian, Turkish, Lebanese, and other countries’ food are available on this street. If your lunch is half-done without a burger then Marché Saint-Honoré Street offers a big hot burger for you. Also, you can visit Rue des Rosiers street for yummy falafel and shawarma sandwiches. The great news is that the food is soundly priced and served fresh.

Do you need more? Apparently, you should be traveling to Paris… right?

Rashada Yesmin. Photo: 1zoom


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