Strange Facts About Paris!

Paris is one of the few European cities that record over 80 million visitors a year, so there’s certainly some fascinating facts and history about the French capital that makes it one of the top tourist destinations in the world. Although the spectacular architectural structures like the Eiffel Tower, as well as the amazing museums, […]

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It’s Easier Than It Looks: The Paris Metro

Visiting a new place or country can be a daunting experience in itself, without having to navigate through complicated underground or subway structures. However, if you want to explore Paris as quickly and efficiently as possible, then the only way is by using the Paris Metro system. This guide will give you tips and hints […]

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Exploring the city of Marseilles

Marseille is easily one of the largest cities that is found in France with a history that reaches back thousands of years. Some people think that Marseille is a bit of a dirty city given the fact that its rough past is still evident in the buildings of today, but at the same time that […]

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A look at the many museums of Paris

Paris is one of the most visited cities anywhere in the world. From its many museums and art galleries, to various monuments and landmarks it is no surprise that the city is thought of as central to many cultural and art histories. One of the most visited museums in Paris is the Musée d’Orsay which […]

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Paris 4 nights for the price of 3 with Kirker Holidays

Combine city sightseeing with cultural enrichment on a four-night break at the three-star Victor Hugo that includes tickets to ‘Degas and the Nude’ at the Musée d’Orsay (until 1 July), Eurostar, private hotel transfers, accommodation with breakfast, a 48-hour museum pass, guide notes, Metro tickets and a Seine river cruise. Call AITO member Kirker Holidays […]

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