Rare is the region of Western Europe that was not once occupied by the Romans. The city of Paris is no exception. While the site along the river Seine was settled by the Gauls hundreds of years prior, it wasn’t until the Gallic Wars of Julius Caesar and the subsequent Roman domination of present-day France [...]
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Filled with fascinating statues, state-of-the-art sculptures, rostrum columns, majestic dimensions, impressive fountains and rich history, the majestic Place de la Concorde is perhaps the most famous public space in all of France and one of the top tourist attractions in the heart of the City of Lights. Ideally nestled at the eastern end of the [...]
When planning a trip to the enchanting city of Paris, the first question that comes to your mind is likely to be ‘When is the best time to go?’ Situated in the midst of the Ile de France region, which has a temperate climate and receives the lowest rainfall, Paris is a year-round destination visited [...]