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Paris is home to all the marvels that make a traveling spirit soar. Home to the Louvre and many other museums, art galleries and opera houses, the city enjoys a rich cultural base. Perfect examples of timeless beauty are the picturesque gardens and majestic churches. The fashion hub of Europe, Paris is truly a shopaholics paradise. Explore the quaint bistros on the famous Avenue des Champs Elysées or discover fine gourmet cuisine. With an assortment of options to choose from, Paris is any tourist's dream come true. Get in touch with the tourist information center on their toll free number +33 8 3668 3112 or visit their website for more information.
Take your family or friends along for this walking trip around Paris. The History of Art Department of Paris organizes regular walking tours, especially emphasising the architecture of the city. It includes a tour of the Bastille, the Quartier Latin, the Moulin Rouge and the Sacré-Cœur. A detailed informative exercise is also on the offer.
This lovely church, in addition to its role as a religious sanctuary, serves as a musical mecca. Classically trained musicians make there way here from the far corners of the region to ply their trades - be it violin, viola or otherwise.
The fastest and easiest way to get around Paris is by using the subway (called the Metro). The city's 108-year-old underground rail system issues individual tickets, each valid for one journey, which are also accepted by the RER, buses and trams within Paris and in the suburbs close-by. You can also buy a carnet, a booklet of ten single tickets for frequent subway travel.
Paris is a city that is well connected by the Réseau Express Régional (RER). Most Parisians prefer to travel by this mode of transport as it connects different parts of the city and the suburbs. The Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame is a an important station of the RER line. For further details, do call the tourist information center at +33 8 3668 3112.
Église Notre-Dame-des-Blancs-Manteaux was constructed between 1685-1690 to replace an old convent of the 13th Century built by Servites de Marie. This imposing structure dedicated to Blancs Manteaux comprises a facade that was built by Victor Baltard in 1863 and its interior is decorated with a painting by German Flemish painter Joachim von Sandrart belonging to the middle of 18th Century. Besides, the organ placed at the center of the choir was registered by organist Louis Thiry in 1972, is another feature of the church. The church is a religious landmark of the city and has been classified as a historic monument in 1983.
Espace Vit'Halles Fitness Club, also spelled Vit-Halles is one of the popular gyms in Paris and finest too. With five locations across the city, it provides services to both, a younger and older crowd. Located in the heart of Les Halles and close to Chatelet, the club provides personal training, weight training, yoga classes, sauna etc. Visit the website for more.
This ancient church in the 5th arrondissement of Paris was once the site of a Roman crossroads in the 6th Century. It was reconstructed after the Normand invasion in 886, although vestiges of the ancient foundations still stand. St-Julien le Pauvre hosts frequent classical and choral concerts.