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Car Hire Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport

The city of lights. The city of love. The fashion capital of the world. Paris is all these wonderful things and so much more. As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and certainly one of the most popular, Paris has a strong reputation for being a romantic and culturally rich metropolis. From exquisite architectural expression to vivacious art displays; luscious emerald green gardens, world-famous boutique fashion and delicate Parisian cuisine. Draped in colour, history, elegance, and beauty, this stunningly vibrant city is one place that is sure to tick all the right boxes.

Tick off the bucket list at the Iconic Eiffel Tower with your Car Hire

With so much to do and so much to see, it can be hard to know where to start. The iconic Eiffel Tower, Paris’s most powerful and distinctive symbol of French imagination, literature, art, poetry, and expression was designed by French engineer Gustave Eiffel and opened at the Paris World Fair in 1889. Standing as the world’s tallest building for four decades, this historic masterpiece is one of the most famous structures in the world and a must-see on your next adventure to the French capital. 

Only a stone’s throw away in your rental car, Musée du Louvre or Louvre Museum is an opulent palace of classical French antiquity and artwork. The resting place of some of the world’s most famous and prized artistic displays including Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the ancient Greek Venus de Milo sculpture, the 2,200-year-old Winged Victory of Samothrace and Liberty Leading the People, a neoclassical delineation of the 1830 Parisian uprising. With a collection of over 460,000 pieces, even allocating just 30 seconds to each would take you 35 days to view them all. 

Set to re-open at the commencement of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games after a devastating fire in 2019, Notre Dame Cathedral is one of Paris’s most famous historical and religious landmarks. Taking some 300 years to build, this stunning example of French Gothic architecture intertwined with the French renaissance and Naturalism era showcases an array of mediaeval artwork, furniture, and valuable Neo-Gothic depicted designs. Other incredible attractions to experience include the Musee d'Orsay for its vast collection of impressionist paintings, the Arc de Triomphe a renowned monument honouring soldiers of war in the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars and Versailles Palace the former royal residence of three 17th-century Bourbon Kings.

Ignite your taste buds with some French culinary classics

Break up your days touring the city’s iconic attractions by dipping your toes in some French culinary classics. The perfect blend of sweet and savoury, there is sure to be something on the menu to stimulate your palate. Kick off your day with a tried-and-true Parisian croissant. Eat on the run or dine in, but be sure to order fresh from true artisan bakeries such as La Maison D’Isabelle and Boulangerie Utopie. If the thought of eating a snail sends you pale, then you have yet to try Paris’s national symbol – escargot. An old French classic for generations, this mouthwatering delicacy soaked in garlic, herbs, and butter is best served at the 200-year-old L’Escargot Montorgueil or Chez Fernand Christine near the Notre Dame Cathedral. For those of us with a sweet tooth, French macarons are sure to get the taste buds wagging. With chocolate, vanilla, raspberry, salted caramel and so many flavours to choose from, be careful not to slip as you salivate over the menu. For the best in town, Pierre Herme and Christophe Roussel are the places to be, and only a short trip in your car from the Paris city centre - Bon appétit. 

Paris is the fashion capital of the world and heart of boutique fashion. A gold mine for bargain hunters, window shoppers and designer divas alike, there is something to suit every budget in this wildly popular fashion mecca. Take a walk on the wild side at some of Paris’s most popular shopping districts including Triangle D'or for designer fashion; Boulevard Saint Germain for gourmet food, home décor and fashion boutiques and The Marais for trendy fashion brands, vintage stores, and high-end jewellery. 

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