PARIS - Always a good idea!

PARIS - Always a good idea!

It starts with a simple “Bonjour!” and ends with a love for Paris that you will always carry in your heart. Paris is a good idea for everyone.
At least once in your life you must inhale the romance around the Eiffel Tower, enjoy a delicious croissant in the morning, and get lost in the stylish streets of the French capital.
Eiffel Tower

Paris's main landmark has been and will always remain the Eiffel Tower. It should be in your top list of places to see, and must not miss. We suggest that right after you complete your check-in at the hotel, you get out for a walk around the Eiffel Tower. This is the best way to feel the Parisian vibe and also discover its romantic side.

Kissing in front of the tower remains a must for every couple, so do not hesitate to share kindness and love everywhere.

Louvre Museum

Once in Paris, you have to schedule a full day to visit the Louvre Museum. Visited daily by thousands of tourists from all over the world, the famous museum that houses the Mona Lisa is a landmark which should not be missed. Also, young people under 26 living in Europe can visit every wing of the museum for free.

The Louvre is closed on Tuesdays, so make sure to plan your schedules in Paris accordingly. Our suggestion would be to buy the tickets online to avoid the endless queues at The Big Pyramid entrance.

Versailles Palace

Versailles Palace is about an hour away from Paris and it promises every tourist a spectacular journey back in time. After you pass the massive gold gates, you will have the chance to discover gradually the story of Ludovic, the King of the Sun. The Hall of Mirrors will leave you speechless.

The h-u-g-e palace and the garden are perfect for a few hours walk. Include Chateau du Versailles in your plans, you will not regret it!

When you get ready to discover the city of love, make sure you include in your luggage the secret of velvet mornings and nights full of comfort and tenderness: Nördlich pajamas.
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