The city of Paris has a new hidden exhibition, corner, or under-seen architectural masterpiece to discover. If you are tired of the old haunts, discover a treasure trove of unanticipated Paris points of interest. One place to visit is the Musee Carnavalets, a remarkable 100 room visual presentation of people’s life from old times until the 20th century.
Spend your afternoon getting lost amongst treasures in the Musee des Arts Decoratifs, situated between the Tuileries and Louvre on Rue de Rivoli.
Another amazing landmark to visit is the Palais Garnier, the world’s most renowned opera house developed in the year the 1870s on commission from Napoleon III.
Situated at the spot of a past 18th century precious metals factory in the middle of le Marais, Jules & Jim are a stunning mélange of natural materials, simple decoration, and attention to detail, with every room, features bespoke artwork, fanciful design, and romantic sights over the Paris rooftops.
If you want a discreet stay surrounded by modest elegance, the chic and lavish Hotel Dupond Smith is a haven of comfort and tranquility. Attractively stark with sleek style touches, this accommodation also provides indulgent services, which include en suite massages as well as all-day breakfast treats.
A current style-conscious refurbishment has ushered the aristocratic Hotel Vernet into the twenty-first century. Situated a few minutes from the posh Golden Triangle, all suites are stylishly spacious affairs.
Cocktail customs has been enjoying a showy renaissance in current years with upscale accommodation bars and niche sports as well as speakeasies combining inventive concoctions and craft specialties. One place to visit is the Experimental Cocktail Club which is regarded are the crème de la crème when it comes to quality tipples;
it is a small gay bar with a remarkable vibe and unequaled bartenders eager to go the extra mile to serve you the best drink. Retro-chic in flavor and feel, Bar Le Coq is a softly and faintly lit, black-walled stunner that aims to re-introduce France to time-honored spirits with a contemporary twist.
Marche des Fuertes LGBT or Paris Pride is a festival and parade held yearly at the end of June in the city of Paris, France, to commemorate the gay, bisexual, lesbian, transgender people as well as their friends and allies. The grand parade begins yearly at Tour Montparnasse and will end at Place de la Bastille. After the colorful parade, the celebration or party will keep on in Le Marais, a gay district. The city was the place of Europride in the year 1997. This is one of the best things that you shouldn’t miss when visiting Paris.