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Stay Cosy In The Land Of Love

February 18th, 2013

France is the city where beauty lies. When you are planning to visit the place, you can come across the world’s most beautiful monuments and the beautiful landscapes. France is the tourism destination in the world with the first rank. You can find 37 sites of France in UNESCO’s world-heritage list, the cities of France: Paris, Toulouse, Lyon, Strasburg, and Bordeaux are featured as the cities of highest cultural interest. France has many rural areas that can intoxicate your eyes with the blush green and the charming of nature. The architecture of France also has its uniqueness and significance, the Eiffel tower is the paid monument that has highest amount of visitors.
When you are on a trip, the things that can decide your comfortable level are the accommodation and the food. France has got a good and rich cuisine and the hospitality of French is noteworthy. There are many hostels available in France that can really provide the customers with best services. You should choose the one that is appropriate for your budget but still with excellent services. You can get the details about the rate and the services provided by the various French hostels from
The famous city of Lyon has many hostels that are available with very attractive features and facilities. There is a hostel bit far away from the city centre; the hostel offers bedding for people under the age of 35. The hostel offers you with shared bathroom and toilets, free laundry, free hot shower, free internet access with wi-fi, but the reception is not available for 24 hours so you should specify the time of arrival beforehand and should inform the hostel once you reach the airport. Just you need to go through for more details.
There is a hostel that is available about 500m away from a metro station and near to Scare Coeur. You can choose this hostel if you are person who is so interested in mingling with lot of people. The hostel offers you much more than a place of stay but the basic facilities like bathroom, shower are just one available in each floor. The hostel offers you breakfast, staffs who can handle English well, it can provide you with a kitchen, a cloth dryer, locker, free hot shower, Bar etc. It provides a perfect environment to enjoy; you can approach them even without a hostel membership.
You can find hostels in Paris that are exactly located in the heart of Latin Quarter. The hostel can provide you with information regarding the travelling, kitchen, free breakfast, currency exchange, free hot shower, swimming pool, bar, common place etc. The place is so famous for its cleanliness and the friendliness of the staffs. Another hostel that can make you feel cosy is located in the Republique area which is in the 11th arrondissement at the end of Canal St.Mount. The rooms in the hostel are all bathrooms attached and Televisions are available and the hostel has lift facility too.
There are many more hostels in France, which can offer the best services for your money. Make the best choice to make your days in France cosy.


November 26th, 2010

There are innumerable historic and cultural Paris attractions, which makes it difficult for the tourists to make up their mind about places to visit when touring for a short span.

City Overview

The French capital is renowned for being the “City of Lights” as well as the “most romantic city”. Visit any place, be it the Notre Dame Cathedral or the Eiffel Tower, you will feel the love and freshness in the air.

Accommodation options

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Places which you must visit

Ø  The Eiffel Tower is visited by six million tourists every year and it is the jewel crown for the capital city.

Ø  The most renowned museum of the world, the Louvre, has got its fame due to the Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo De Vinci.

Ø  The Pompidou Centre is one of the Paris attractions that attract the lovers of modern art. It is an entertainment hub for young and the old.

Ø  The science museum, Cite Des Sciences Et De L’Indutrie is the fountainhead with regard to knowledge about science and technology.

Ø  If you are in search of impressive and historical paintings, do not miss the Musse D’orsay.

Ø  The famous arch that was started in Napoleon’s time but was completed only after his death in 1836, the Arc De Triomphe, offers spectacular sights of the city.

Ø  One of the most spectacular cathedrals of the world is the Notre Dame, which is visited by every tourist visiting paris.

Ø  Every tourist must take a boat-ride down the Seine they shouldn’t forget to take the camera along.

Ø  The Disneyland Resorts has an entertainment district as well as seven hotels.

Things which you must do

Take a ride on a double-decker tour and sightsee all the Paris attractions from the bus window, by just availing a limited or unlimited pass.

Go on a sunset cruise on the river Seine and watch the sun set over the majestic Eiffel Tower.

Take a walk at the Arc de Triomphe and Champs Elysees and enjoy the Paris beauty.

Capture your moments in the Gothic gem, the Saint Chapelle Church.

Collect as much knowledge about history by visiting Napoleon’s Tomb.

Do not miss the French Cuisine, the Bon Appetit!

Shopping and Sports in the City

If you are looking for rare fine art books, Paris is the perfect house for ancient art. If you are an extravagant shopper, you must visit the Piaget, Chanel, Chaumet and Cartier. You can explore the latest fashion and designer wear in the Paris markets. With reference to sports, the game of basketball is celebrated and upheld in name and fame. The most coveted sports vouchers are Euro league Final 4 tickets.

How to spend night life

Some of the clubs may have lost the glory, but they have still managed to retain the charm. Some of them are 8 arrondissement, Cafe Charbon, Buddha Bar and 8 bis rue Boissy d’Anglas. There are many cafes and bars too that operate throughout the night.

Famous Festivals

The land of Paris attractions celebrates many festivals which include “techno parade”, Paris Fashion Week (March for the winter collections and October for the spring-summer collections) and Six Nations Rugby.