Return the theme of the trip, this time I wanted to share stories and tips to the city streets of paris.
the fashion capital of the beauty that offers a million. Not just in
the holiday season but in seasons of "work" even paris is always crowded
by visitors. We had a chance to visit the French capital this past
I also feel lucky to be given the opportunity to visit the beautiful city and never deserted it.
Maybe I gave the following experience to be a reference if you want to visit Paris
The first location that was our destination is the symbol of the city of paris, eiffel tower.
get there, from Gallieni station we can take metro line 6 and stop at
the metro stop Bir Harkeim or it could be up to the train RER C station
Champs de Mars Tour Eiffel.
From there we just walked about 200
meters to the location. My advice if you want to visit the Eiffel Tower
came early in the day because you are guaranteed to queue up for hours
to buy tickets.
Even in times of holiday visitors queue to the Eiffel Tower into the evening.
Eiffel tower consists of 3 floors. Available on each floor ticket counter turnover.
reach the first floor of the ticket price is 5 euros, for 2 floor
tickets 8 euro, and to get to the top of the tower's highest floor we
have to pay another 12 euros.
Floors 1 and 2 can be reached by stairs or elevator, but to get to the top floor should be using the elevator.
save energy use elevators, but for those of you who want to exercise
all please take the stairs to get to floor 1 and 2.If fatigue, thirst,
or hunger, do not worry because in the first and second floor there is a
small restaurant that provides food and beverages .
From the top of the tower with a height of 325 meters, we can see the view of paris are incredibly beautiful.
2.Arc De Triomphe
The next location we visited the Arc De Triomphe.
Gate-shaped building is located right in the middle of Place de Etoille.
In the Arc De Triomphe English means "gate of victory".
To get there we can take metro line 1 and get off at metro stop Charles de Gaulie Etoille.
Arc De Triomphe was built by order of Napoleon Bonaparte to commemorate the victory of the war.
As a tribute to his greatness military service, their names engraved on the Arc De Triomphe this gate.
From the Arc De Triomphe we continue the journey to the Champs Elysees.
Yes, for those of you who want to shop in paris, it's here.
Champs Elysees Paris is the city's shopping center and is also referred to as one avenue tepopuler in the world.
get there we can walk away from the Arc De triomph or can take the
metro line 1 and get off at metro stop Clemencau Champs Elysees.
along the 2 km can be reached by walking about 20 minutes. On the left
and right along the road there is a luxury toko2, cafe, restaurant,
Travel in the Champs Elysees to end the first day of our adventure in paris.
4. Musee de Louvre, Notre Dame
The second day we went on a visit to one of the largest and most famous museums in the world, the Musee de Louvre.
To get there we can take metro line 1 and stop at the metro stop musee de Louvre.
In this museum there are many world famous artists' work.
Musee de Louvre once was king, so do not be surprised if all the room filled with works of exceptional art.
is a painting of leonardo da vinci monalisa work. On the outside of the
museum there is a large glass Pyramide was built in 1989.
is the main entrance to the museum. Admission to the musee de Louvre is
10 Euro. The museum is very broad, we spent half a day to explore all
parts of the museum.
Though sore and tired, but it paid off with the beauty and historical value of the artwork there.
Purpose of the next visit Notre dame is located in the Ile de la Cite.
get there we can take the metro / RER to metro stop St.Michel Notre
dame. Notre Dame is a Catholic Church that was built since the 12th
Large gothic-style church is mentioned as a church with the best architecture in Europe.
Currently used as a tourist but notre dame is also still used for mass.
5.Versailles Palace and Park
The third day in Paris, we visited the palace of Versailles. Palace of Versailles is located 20 miles from the center of paris.
To get there we can take the train RER line C and stops at station de
versailles Rive Gauche.From there you can walk 10 minutes to get in
front of the palace. Palace of Versailles is a palace built during the
reign of King Louis XIV.This palace is one of the silent witnesses of
the French Revolution in the 18th century.Unfortunately, access / visit
to the palace of Versailles is closed on that day.