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Paris — France’s capital enjoys la crème de la crème for just about everything from architecture and art to fine cuisine and fashion. Discover Paris' charms by sipping a café au lait or citron pressé at a sidewalk café, strolling its atmospheric hidden rues or imposing avenues and boulevards, and flitting about between its many monuments and museums. Whether the skyline boasts baroque mansards or classical facades, the Eiffel Tower’s thousand-foot spire, or the leafy tops of horse chestnut trees in the city’s many parks, you’ll feel enchanted wherever you look.

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For the romance, culture, history, fashion, food, wine, theater, music, shopping, art – Paris has it all.

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