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Bem-vindo ao blog de Pariscityvision, o especialista em visitas turísticas em Paris e na França. Temos o prazer de compartilhar com vocês o nossos conselhos e dicas !

Photo spots: the best places to shoot Paris!

Posted on February 21, 2019 by Hailey (No Comment)

The beautiful architecture and the charm of the French capital are so blindingly obvious that there are so many places you want to photograph when you visit Paris. However, other discreet places of Paris are worth the photographers’ attention. PARISCityVISION prepared for you a list of not-to-be-missed flagship places in Paris to photograph: Duperré basketball field Crémieux Street Dénoyez Street The façades of the Canal Saint-Martin Rapp Square Bir Hakeim bridge Alexandre III bridge Opéra Garnier Parc de Sceaux The spots for colorful pictures! Visiting Paris is a great opportunity to take gorgeous pictures in the places that the influencers […]

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The 10 best unusual restaurants in Paris

Posted on October 31, 2018 by Hailey (No Comment)
TOP 10 Unusual restaurants in Paris

You don’t want to eat in a traditional restaurant where you always eat the same dish? It’s time to have dinner in an unusual place to live new experiences. PARISCityVISION presents its top 10 unusual restaurants in Paris, where you can eat as a couple, with family or friends.

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The success of Catacombs in Paris: advice to the more adventurous

Posted on January 24, 2018 by Hailey (No Comment)
Catacomb Paris

Looking for thrills in the very heart of Paris? The Catacombs have become a popular place for visitors who love darkness and atypical discoveries. The increase in attendance has even allowed the site to open three more hours, from 10 am to 8 pm. Today, more than 350,000 people a year discover these underground places. But what secrets locked in this ossuary are so much sought after by the visitors of the Paris catacombs? Here are some explanations. The Catacombs: enter Paris 20 meters underground It is a place full of history that gives off a surprising atmosphere. To change […]

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Discover the most beautiful pools in Paris

Posted on July 17, 2017 by Hailey (No Comment)

Spring is coming, the parasols aren’t out yet at Paris Plages, but there’s no reason to wait: find the best spots to take a dip and cool off. Discover a selection of the best public pools in Paris, open to all Parisians and anyone traveling through the city. Pontoise Pool: take a dip in Art Deco This pool, located in the heart of the Latin Quarter, was built at the beginning of the 1930s. This Art Deco gem, a landmarked historical monument, was the decor for several films including Amelie.

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The most beautiful covered passages in Paris

Posted on December 1, 2016 by Hailey (No Comment)

The covered passages of the French capital, mainly located on the right bank of the Seine river, near the Grands Boulevards, represent a series of paths crossing the buildings and usually contain shops, restaurants and theaters. If you have the opportunity to stroll through these passages, you will see that they are often covered by a canopy that brings them a special light. They are both an architectural curiosity typical of Paris and also make Parisian charm.

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The best pastries in Paris

Posted on August 18, 2016 by Hailey (No Comment)

France is world renowned for its great cuisine, excellent wines, multitude of cheeses and especially delicious pastries. You can say it, the French love their food! In recent years, highly talented young pastry chefs have decided to bring a modern touch to the time-proven Paris-Brest, Saint-Honoré, mille-feuille, éclairs, lemon tarts and other sweet treats. They have been revisiting the great classics but are also inventing new desserts. To help you find your way around, we’ve chosen the best places of the moment in Paris for you. Enjoy!

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The I Love You Wall

Posted on September 16, 2014 by Hailey (No Comment)
Picture of I love you Wall in Paris

Ah, Paris! City of eternal love, romanticism and passionate declarations! The proof is the superb Pont des Arts, where lovers come by their thousands to seal their love with a padlock, throwing the keys into the Seine… For Frédéric Baron, a dreamer who, inspired by Phileas Fogg, wanted to go around the world in 80 ‘I love yous’, Paris was the ideal city! This is how the superb, unique artwork in Paris’ Square Jehan Rictus was born, I Love You: The Wall. ‘How did he do it?’ we hear you ask. Simply by asking his brother, then his neighbour, then […]

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5 unusual places to discover in Paris

Posted on June 10, 2014 by Hailey (No Comment)
Germain Paradisio

Whether you’re a born and bred Parisian or a tourist visiting for the day, few can resist the desire to amble through the streets of Paris, night or day, and discover new, unusual places off the beaten track. A good thing too, because the city is immense and abounds in spots begging to be explored! But where to start? Luckily for you, we are there to guide you through the meanders of a city that never sleeps. If you’re looking for a funky bar or restaurant, an out-of-the-ordinary hotel, or have already been to the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre […]

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5 unusual things to do in Paris

Posted on May 30, 2014 by Andreas (No Comment)
Paris in a 2CV

Discover in this article ideas of unusual things to do in Paris ! Visit Paris in a Citroën 2CV Paris in a 2CV, striped mariner’s shirt and beret, how French can you get! The “French way of life” is what the “4 roues sous 1 parapluie” (“4 wheels under an umbrella”) agency offers with its services for individuals or companies. Choose from the itineraries on offer, or customise your route to fit your fancies and hop on board the 2CV to explore the city! 22, rue Bernard Dimey, Paris 18th Official Web Site Who wants to follow the Paris trail? Visiting […]

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The ghost stations of the Paris underground

Posted on May 2, 2014 by Hailey (No Comment)
Sainte Croix

The vast network of the Paris underground has no less than 302 stations open … and 14 stations closed! These places, which we like to call the ghost stations of the Paris underground, presumably to increase the aura of mystery that surrounds them, are little known to the public, even Parisians. While most were either moved or closed during the Second World War following the occupation of Paris, other ghost stations such as Haxo or Porte Molitor do not have any outside access and therefore have never been opened! Today, some of these stations are no longer completely unused, which […]

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