The city of Paris is a city that has many nicknames, but do you know if the most famous nickname is La Ville-Lumiere (The City of Lights)? A nickname that emerged thanks to his fame as a center of education and modern thought during the Age of Enlightment, which was then used because of the stunning city lighting as it enters the present era. The city of Paris is the capital of the French State, and one of the most populous cities on the continent of Europe. A city that became an essential center of government for more than two millennia. The city of Paris has become one of the leading centers of culture, business, education, entertainment, media, science, fashion and art in the western world. So that makes it one of the destinations that you must visit.
As one of the largest cities in Europe, Paris offers a variety of activities that you can do. You and your family can visit the funfair at Jardin d’Acclimatation. A playground set up in 1860, which has a Normandy-style breeding theme accompanied by various animals. In addition, this place also has a night market, rollercoaster rides, flying chairs, magic house and mini golf.
While you are a picnic, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont is a suitable place, as it is full of beautiful plants. And if you want to exercise while admiring the beauty of Paris, bicycle rental is available at Velib, with nearly 20,000 seps, spread over 1,500 points for 24 hours. Or you can join the Pari Roller, you can work along with other roller bladers for 3 hours. This activity is open to the public, you are quite present at 10 pm at Raoul Dautry, right in front of Tour Montparnasse.
For those of you who like shopping, flea market Les Puces de Montreuil provides various options at a very affordable price. If you want more fashionable, you can visit Boulevard Haussman, Rue Charlot or Montaigne Market. While at Merci – a Concept Store like a big attic located at Haut Marais – you can buy anything you want; Ranging from furniture, clothing, jewelry, perfumes, accessories and books. Uniquely, the revenue from the sales they earn will be donated to charity. For those who want more trendy, Kitsune, a Concept Store offers quality products ranging from tartan shirts, slim-cut jean, cardigans to pleated schoolgirl skirts.
While a place to hang-out or just social interact with Parisians, you can visit Silencio, a club named for a place in David Lynch’s Mullholland Drive movie this is the newest and frequently visited hangout spot. At any given time, only those with membership can login. After midnight, Silencio is open to the public, so you can see the A-listers who visit the club. For those of you who like the rhythm of disco or minimal house come to the Chacha Club, or Le Rex Club, where the DJ will play his turn table with a solid sound system. Jazzed up you life by visiting Morning Star, a low key club offering jazz experimental music, or Au Duc des Lombards, featuring international jazz musicians.