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Get to know the best places to visit, the historical curiosities, its architecture, things to do and the most interesting legends of Paris, while enjoying a walk through its streets.

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About the city of Paris: Your comprehensive guide

Get ready to be swept off your feet by a city that's a living museum of history, culture, and jaw-dropping architecture! Stroll along the Seine, explore world-class museums, and don't forget to snap a pic at that world-famous iron tower. Whether you're here for the art, the history, or the 'je ne sais quoi,' you're in for an unforgettable experience. Now, let's talk food—no visit is complete without indulging in some croissants, escargot, and of course, a fine Bordeaux wine. Enjoy your time here to the fullest!

Gastronomy: Delicious Discoveries

Paris, the culinary capital of the world, is a treasure trove of unique and exquisite gastronomic experiences.

Firstly, the Croque Monsieur is a staple you must not miss. It's a grilled ham and cheese sandwich usually topped with bechamel sauce, found in most bistros and cafes around the city. Savor this dish with a glass of French wine or a light beer.

Secondly, Escargots de Bourgogne is another Parisian specialty. These are snails cooked with garlic, parsley, and butter, offering a distinct and rich flavor. Pair this dish with a glass of white wine, like Chablis, to enhance its taste.

Next, no trip to Paris is complete without tasting the iconic Duck Confit. This dish is made with duck leg slow-cooked in its own fat until tender and is usually served with crispy skin, accompanied by potatoes cooked in duck fat. A bold red wine like a Malbec would make a fitting companion to this dish.

For those with a sweet tooth, Crème Brûlée is essential. This rich and creamy dessert is a concoction of vanilla custard topped with a layer of hard caramel, often finished with a touch of liquor. It pairs well with a sweet and aromatic dessert wine like Sauternes.

Equally essential is the Tarte Tatin. This upside-down caramelized apple tart is delightful and is a must-try. It pairs beautifully with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a glass of Calvados or a similar apple-based spirit.

Another sweet treat is Macarons, delicate and colorful almond meringue cookies sandwiched together with ganache or buttercream. These are enjoyed throughout the day, perhaps with a cup of tea or coffee.

Moreover, a Cheese and Baguette tasting is also essential. With an array of French cheeses available, ranging from creamy Camembert to pungent Roquefort, pairing them with fresh baguette is a simple yet satisfying experience. Complement this pairing with a glass of robust red wine, like Bordeaux.

For drinks, beyond wine, savor the unique Parisian cocktail, the Parisian Blonde – a concoction of French beer, lemonade, and grenadine, available in most local bars.

Finally, indulge in a classic Parisian breakfast with a Croissant and Café au Lait. The buttery, flaky pastry, paired with a creamy mixture of coffee and hot milk, makes for a delightful start to your day.

Comment: At each spot in the audio guide, we’ll provide you with the nearest recommended restaurants and eateries according to Google's users' opinions, ensuring you experience the best culinary delights Paris has to offer.

Transportation and getting around the city

Landing in Paris, you've got a couple of straightforward options to reach the city from the airport. If you land at Charles de Gaulle, the RER B train is a solid choice, getting you downtown in about 30-40 minutes, and it's pretty cost-effective. Just follow the signs to "Paris par train," and you'll find it easily. If you're at Orly, hop on the Orlyval light rail, and that'll link you up with the RER B as well.

When you're in the city and looking to get around, the Metro is your best friend. It's extensive, reliable, and will get you pretty much anywhere you need to go. Grab a Navigo card or some t+ tickets, which you can get from the machines at any station, and you're good to go.

If you prefer being above ground, buses are a solid option too, offering some nice views of the city while you travel, and the bus stops usually have maps showing the routes. For an even better view, the Batobus is like a bus but on the Seine, and it hits several major sights.

Paris is pretty walking-friendly, especially around areas like the Marais, Latin Quarter, and Montmartre, which are packed with cafés, shops, and little hidden gems. It's a delightful way to soak up the vibe of the city.

And then, of course, there’s the classic taxi. They're around, and they’re an easy, though not the cheapest, choice for when you’re feeling a bit tired of walking or the public transport. Uber operates in Paris as well, if that’s more your style.

Oh, and for those who love a bit of sightseeing without the effort, check out the hop-on hop-off tour buses. You can catch them at major tourist spots like the Eiffel Tower, and tickets are usually available right there or online if you want to book in advance.

So there you have it, a few casual pointers on getting around the City of Lights. Enjoy your visit!

Key spots included in our audio guide and grouped for your 1, 3, 5-day trip or more:
1d : Tour Eiffel . Musée du Louvre . Arc de Triomphe . Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris . Sacré-Cœur Basilica . Avenue des Champs-Élysées .

3d : Tour Eiffel . Musée du Louvre . Arc de Triomphe . Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris . Musée d'Orsay . Sacré-Cœur Basilica . Avenue des Champs-Élysées . Le Jardin du Luxembourg . Palais Garnier . Sainte-Chapelle . Panthéon .

5d : Tour Eiffel . Musée du Louvre . Arc de Triomphe . Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris . Musée d'Orsay . Sacré-Cœur Basilica . Avenue des Champs-Élysées . Le Jardin du Luxembourg . Palais Garnier . Sainte-Chapelle . Panthéon . Château de Versailles . Palais du Luxembourg . Montmartre . Canal Saint-Martin . Quartier latin .

All : Tour Eiffel . Musée du Louvre . Arc de Triomphe . Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris . Musée d'Orsay . Le Centre Pompidou . Château de Versailles . Sacré-Cœur Basilica . Avenue des Champs-Élysées . Le Jardin du Luxembourg . Jardin des Tuileries . Palais Garnier . Sainte-Chapelle . Pont Alexandre III . Place de la Concorde . Panthéon . Champ de Mars . Hôtel des Invalides . Jardin des Plantes . Musée de l'Orangerie . Musée Rodin . Shakespeare and Company . Domaine National du Palais-Royal . Grand Palais . Parc des Buttes-Chaumont . Fondation Louis Vuitton . Pyramide du Louvre . Place des Vosges . Pont Neuf . Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac . Pont des Arts . Tour Montparnasse . Parc Monceau . Cimetière du Père Lachaise . Jardins du Trocadéro . Château de Versailles . La Villette . Bois de Vincennes . Musée de l'Armée . L'Atelier des Lumières . Palais de Tokyo . Musée National Picasso-Paris . Musée Carnavalet . Conciergerie . Musée Grévin . Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle . L'église de la Madeleine . Église Saint-Sulpice . Musée Jacquemart-André . Palais du Luxembourg . Coulée verte René-Dumont . Musée d'Art Moderne de Paris . Jardin du Palais Royal . Musée des Arts et Métiers . Musée national des arts asiatiques Guimet . Montmartre . Grande Arche de la Défense . Île de la Cité . Avenue Montaigne . Rue Crémieux . Rue de Rivoli . Canal Saint-Martin . Quartier latin .

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