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    Paris is not only a megacity that forms the center of France; At the same time romance is the capital of the world. The famous city, which has been subject to w...
    Paris is not only a megacity that forms the center of France; At the same time romance is the capital of the world. The famous city, which has been subject to works of arts in different genres for centuries due to its unique details such as wide boulevards, impressive buildings of Gothic architecture example, Sen River, Eiffel Tower, Victory Jewelry, is visited by more than 30 million people every year because of all these features and thus " city "title.
    Of course, the details that make Paris so precious are not just the perfect city planning and the architecture of the school. The capital city of Paris, which is also a center of entertainment, shopping, art, culture and taste, besides France's management, finance, economy, health, education, is home to the most refined examples of the country in every respect. You can savor French delicacies that make up the western kitchen of Paris's chic restaurants, cafés and bars, visit the Louvre Museum, one of the top 10 museums in the world, and have fun at Disneyland. Paris offers a variety of accommodation options that can appeal to every expectation and budget in terms of tourist. You can stay in the area of your choice thanks to the metro which provides easy access to all parts of the city; you can browse Paris hotel options to find the right option for you.
    Where to stay in Paris?
    In Paris the Champs-Elysees, Montmartre, Bastille or St. The Germain region is the ideal place to stay. These regions are located in the heart of the city.
    Where to stay in Paris is the first question that comes to mind in organizing Paris trips with their own means. If you have already visited France's capital city and the most beautiful city of Paris, you have little or no idea of the places to stay. If you are going to Paris for the first time, it would be wise to do some research and listen to old experiences.
    1. Le Marais & Louvre Museum
    Le Marais and the Louvre are located in the very center of the city, between 1-4. This place, considered the geographical center of Paris, is close to most places to visit. Prices are naturally high. This area is one of the most colorful and popular places in Paris. It has restaurants, boutiques, various stores, squares and so on. The old Jewish settlement Marais and the surrounding area are famous for its lively nightlife.
    Our hotel recommendations in this area: 2 ★ Hôtel de Roubaix, 3 ★ Hotel Choiseul Opera, 4 ★ Novotel Paris Les Halles, 4 ★ Best Western Premier Marais Grands Boulevards
    2. Latin Quarter & Saint Germain Des Pres
    The Latin Quarter and Saint Germain Des Pres are places where you can feel most of French culture. Boulevard Saint-Germain and Saint Michel are Paris's most important shopping malls.
    Sorbonne University, founded in the 13th century, and many students and educational institutions are active in this region. There are facilities in the Latin Quarter, where you can make economical accommodation, from local and foreign students and from the most favorite French destinations. In this bohemian part of the city there are boutique shops, local markets, art galleries, cute cafes. Where Paris is a place to stay, a place where a little more intellectual societies can choose this region.
    Our hotel recommendations in this area: 3 ★ Europe Saint Severin-Paris Notre Dame and 3 ★ Hotel Abbatial St Germain
    3. Around of Eiffel Tower
    For many, Paris means Eiffel Tower. If you want to stay around Eiffel in the 7th district during your Paris travel, you need to keep some budget high because the hotel in this area is a bit expensive. Also, the area is a bit more quiet than the other two areas above. There are not too many sightseeing spots outside the Eiffel. But still if you want to stay close to Eiffel, even if you have a sight with Eiffel view, this is for you.
    We recommend the hotel in this area: 5 ★ Pullman Paris Tour Eiffel
    4. Transmission
    As for places to visit, the first thing that comes to mind is the Eiffel, and in Paris, shopping is the first thing to come to mind. It is famous for its luxurious accommodation options, especially in the 8th district, where important sights such as Champs Elysées, Concorde Square, Grand Palais and Petit Palais are located. Although hotels in the region are expensive and luxurious, if you catch the discounts, you have a chance to stay at affordable facilities. You can walk to some of the places to visit in Paris, and some of them can be found on metro stops abounding in the area. If you do not have budget trouble, you can set your hotel to this area.
    Our hotel recommendations in this area: 3 ★ Elysées Ceramic, 4 ★ Hôtel Beauchamp, 4 ★ Hôtel California Champs Elysées and 5 ★ Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe
    5. Gare du Nord
    Gare du Nord, one of the 6 most important train stations in Paris, is located in the 10th district. The major esporters of this region are being transported to major European cities such as London, Brussels and Amsterdam via this train station. There is also a direct service from the Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to the train named RER. So if you prefer this region you can reach to the hotel from the airport both economically and easily with one vehicle.
    Our hotel recommendations in this area: 2 ★ District République, 3 ★ Gare Du Nord Suede and 3 ★ Libertel Gare de L'Est Francais.
    6. Bastille
    Bastille, one of the most important regions of the French Revolution, is located in the 11th district. It is located in the east of the Marais and is particularly rich in eating and drinking. Surrounded by contemporary architectural works, the quarter of the region hosts various concerts, performances and events throughout the year. This is also where the youngest generation hangs out most.
    We recommend the hotel in this area: 3 ★ Hotel Alhambra
    7. Gare de Lyon
    Gare de Lyon, another important train station in Paris, is located in the 12th district. The area where the public transport is quite easy is hosting many hotels. The subway stations in the area provide easy access to places to visit in the city. If you are at RER station, which is the train station, you can easily reach Disneyland by one means. Hotel prices in the region are more reasonable than the center.
    Hotel recommendations in this area: 3 ★ Palym, 3 ★ Hotel Terminus Lyon, 4 ★ Novotel Paris Gare De Lyon and 4 ★ Holiday Inn Paris Gare de Lyon Bastille
    8. Montmartre (Painters) Hill
    Montmartre, one of the oldest and oldest settlements in Paris, or Painter's Hill, also known as 18th, is located in the 18th district. Famous for its romantic places such as Montmartre, Renoir, Degas, Picasso, where the Basilica of the Sacre Coeur also takes place. Popular with Amelie, Montmartre is famous for its old and narrow streets, charming buildings and magnificent scenery.
    Although the area is so touristy and popular, some places outside the touristy areas of the area may not be very unique. Also on the lower side, there are many sex shops etc around Pigalle stop. It can also be a bit more difficult than other places I recommend during the summer where the transport is located in Paris, as it is a bit far from the center. Nevertheless, this charming area with its own air can be preferred for accommodation.
    Our hotel recommendations in this area: 4 ★ Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur and 4 ★ Hotel Pulitzer Paris
    Places to Visit in Paris
    1. Eiffel Tower
    The Eiffel Tower, the symbol of not only the city but the whole of France, is the first place that comes to mind when it comes to places to visit Paris for many travelers. The three-storey tower belonging to the design Gustave Eiffel was built between 1887 and 1889 as the gateway to the Expo 1889 Fair, which was held on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. Although temporary at first, the steel structure has become a permanent part of the city skyline since it has received a lot of attention after its completion.
    Especially if you are going to Paris for the first time, do not leave the city without watching one of the viewing terraces in the Eiffel Tower and watching Paris. There are a total of 3 viewing terraces and restaurants on different floors of the 324 m high hoist. You have to use the elevator to get to the top of your head, so you have to go through long ticket queues. To save time, you can purchase your ticket on the web or join the organized tours before the week.
    Address: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France
    Visiting Times: Elevator: summer period 09.30-00: 45, other months 09.30-23: 45, last lift in summer-winter top 23.00. Stairs: summer season 09.00-00: 45, other months 09.30-18.30
    Admission Fee: Top adult 25 euros, 2nd cata elevator 16 euros, 2nd catapult 10 euros
    Web: toureiffel.paris/en
    2. Notre Dame Cathedral
    Known as France's most important religious structure, the Cathedral of Notre Dame was built between 1163 and 1334 in the area along the banks of the River Sen, considered sacred by the Celts and the Romans. The dazzling cathedral with its gothic style has twin towers of 69 meters high. The most interesting parts of the road that passes through the front of the main gate after the buildings of the religious building named as "Kilometer Zero" are the Western Front, Gülpencereler, Virgin Fort, Flying Payangalar, Galerie des Chimeres and Treasure. Hz. Jesus' thorny cacophony is the most precious treasure that the 9,000 people can worship at the same time.
    You can see the beautiful view of the city from here. Just remember, you can only go out with reservations. You can download the application named "Jetfile" and make your reservation.
    Address: 6 Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France
    Visiting Times: 07: 45-18: 45 (Saturday, Sunday closing at 19:15)
    Admission Fee: Free entrance to the cathedral, 10 euros to the departures. You are required to make a reservation using the Jefile application.
    Web: notredamedeparis.fr/en/
    3. Louvre Museum
    The Louvre Museum is not just Paris, but one of the most important museums in the world. I. M. The Louvre Museum, designed by Pei as the entrance to the Glass Pyramid, is the first museum to be opened after the French Revolution. The building in which the cultural facility in District 1 was located was first built by Philippe Auguste for defensive purposes in 1204 to stop the Viking raids.
    In the 14th century the palace, where the royal family rested, received its final shape in 1934. Richelieu, Sully and Denon have three wings named Mona Lisa, Milo Venus, and Marly Horses.
    It may take weeks to see all of the works in the museum. For this reason, you can focus on the most important works during your visit to the museum. You can get rid of long queues by taking your ticket online. If you do not have enough time to visit the museum, do not leave the city without taking a photograph at least around the museum.
    Address: Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
    Visit Times: Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday (09.00-18.00), Wednesday, Friday (09.00-21.45), Tuesdays are closed.
    Admission Fee: Adult online 17 Euro.
    Web: louvre.fr/en
    4. Montmartre Hill (Painters Hill)
    Montmarte, also known as Painters Tepesi, has become popular with its beautiful houses and streets full of arts, as names like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh host the studio they used in the past.
    It is also the ideal spot for those who want to see the landscape at the same time as the highest point of the 130 meter high hill town. The most magnificent building on the site of the world famous entertainment places like Moulin Rogue and Lapin Agile is the Basilica of the Sacre Coeur.
    One of the easiest and fastest ways to visit Montmartre is to take the excursion train called Les Petits Trains de Montmartre, which leads from Moulin Rogue. The train, which costs 6,5 Euro for adults, works between 10.00-18.00 hours. The tour takes about 40-60 minutes.
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