Trip to Paris
There are places on Earth where every person strives. They are all different, but some cities, countries, mountains and seas are the object of desire of any traveler, regardless of social status, age or religion. Great artists worked in this city and famous actors loved. Here, poetry lines are especially easy to fit on paper, and sounds are strung by themselves on the thin threads of the staff. Its alleys and embankments have inspired dozens of talented fashion designers, and even the cuisine is highly regarded in the local restaurants. For any romantic, a trip to Paris is the anticipation of a special delight, and for a lover it is the expectation of happiness..
But Paris is not alive today by romance alone, and a considerable part of its guests rush to the French capital in search of cultural emotions. The city on the Seine has long been known to theatergoers and art critics, fans of the silence of the museum and a regular at cinemas. It is impossible to list all his achievements in the field of cultural recreation opportunities, but the most significant ones are worth mentioning:
- It is impossible to bypass more than 170 museums of the French capital during one trip to Paris, but the most outstanding should be on the list of "must see" of a cultural person. The Louvre is worth Mass if only because Gioconda Leonardo has settled within its walls, and the Orsay Museum is famous for the best collection of Impressionist works. And here you can spend hours wandering around the Picasso Museum and the Georges Pompidou Cultural Center.
- You can remember that it was the French capital that gave the world the art of cinema in one of almost four hundred Parisian cinemas. However, the city streets themselves have more than once been the scene of the action of many beloved cinematic episodes, and therefore, on a trip to Paris, you should just have fun recognizing the squares and palaces that have been seen on the screens more than once..
- Visiting one of the theaters in Paris and enjoying magnificent performances and equally luxurious interiors is a great option to spend an evening in the city on the Seine. Opera Garnier is the most famous theater, where since 1875 spectators have been given the opportunity to touch the classics of opera and ballet art.
A trip to Paris is also famous from childhood architectural sights, among which are the openwork creation of the Eiffel, the Arc de Triomphe and the cathedral, which became the protagonist of Hugo's novel. In this city, the pages of guidebooks and old books come to life, it is saturated with the smell of violets and roasted chestnuts, and at the tables of its cafe it is so pleasant to feel like a citizen of the world - big, free and surprisingly hospitable..