Travel The Country Of Love
Paris is one of Europe’s largest cities, best known as the Romantic capital. It is also the capital city of France which lies on the Seine River. As one of the world’s largest generating and cultural hubs today, it has earned its reputation as one of the world’s largest regional cities.
GASTRONOMY IN FRANCE
A new restaurant is being opened in Paris by the renowned Michelin-starred chef Alain Ducasse In the new construction at Les Halles, the Champeaux brasserie will open its doors underneath the Canopée in early April.
The traditional English tradition of tea has made its way across the canal and gained ground in the luxury hotels in the capital, which are now welcoming visitors to have tea and delicious pastries.
Over the last few years cocktail bars have been popping up all over Paris. Here are a few of the cozier ones, just right for getting in the seasonal spirit.
Paris can be easily identified and is one of the world’s most popular cities. Several of the best features in France clash here: leafy boulevards. Filled with elegant houses, lush parks, sculptures of world renown, fashionable boutiques. Throughout the area nightlife is vibrant. During the warmer months it’s natural to see a lot of people showing up late in downtown communities.
Paris, the City of Lights of France
Eating in France
Prices for restaurants are relatively high in general. A better choice is a meal in the hostel ‘s kitchen. The best choice for a nutritious lunch is a traditional baguette filled with meats , cheeses, vegetables and various dressings. Another cheap and common option that can be sweet or savory is the super thin French pancakes or ‘crepes.’