All About Paris: Luxury Guide for a City Trip to Paris

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Its easy to plan your trip itinerary with endless things to do in Paris on your next trip to Europe. First time or seasoned travelers can use the Carnet travel guide for insider access to Paris luxury travel reviews for culture rich entertainment, art museums, galleries, fine dining, luxury hotels and fashion designer shopping addresses. At Carnet our guides are designed for culture seekers and foodies who like to walk the best neighborhoods in a city when they travel. Our pedestrian map of Paris is made for savvy travelers who plan on attending the opera and paris sightseeing.

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all about paris
     Eiffel Tower |  Trocadero

Visiting Paris is something every luxury traveler should do at a least 3 times. The center of the city is divided into walkable neighborhoods and there is always something new to discover. To get acquainted with how the city of lights is divided by the Seine, visit the Trocadero to get the best view of the Eiffel Tower, then walk across the Seine and scale up to either the restaurant or the third level observation deck of the Eiffel tower to view all there is to treasure about Paris, France. In the evening the lights along the structure make an amazing spectacle. .


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     Booking Online |  Luxury Hotels

Hotels in Paris can offer many types of accommodations. From luxury suites and modern design to charming rooms with antique furniture your choices are endless. Remember that location is essential. Your shopping breaks will go much smoother when you can hand your bags to your bellman and return to sightseeing.


restaurants in paris
     Haute Cuisine |  Michelin Stars

The top Paris restaurants require advance reservations, so spend a little time browsing our restaurant reviews and be sure to dine at at least one Paris michelin restaurant. The experience of the service, preparations, technique and beautiful dining rooms is a souvenir in itself.  Some of the famous Paris restaurants include Guy Savoy, Joel Robuchon, Thiery Marx, Alain Ducasse, Arpege, and Senderens. For a departure from haute cuisine you can try French brasserie Lipp, cafe at Ralph Lauren or trendy Paris Italian restaurants like Stresa.

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coffee break alternative
     Laduree | Tea Salon

For a quintessentially Parisian experience, try Ladurée's tea salon on the Left Bank. Nibble on delicate yet decadent macaroons in a faux colonial setting.  These macaroons are crunchy outside with soft ganache inside. The intimate rooms of the tea salons are uniquely decorated and the all day menu is perfect for lunch, afternoon tea, or even a relaxing breakfast before the bustle of the day.


     Le Cenerentola | Opera de Paris
Rossini tale of Cinderalla is performed in Italian at the Palais Garnier. Also Carmen by Georges Bizet will be on stage at Opera Bastille with the return of Philippe Jordan returning to Paris Opera.

art on display
     Grand Palais | Champs Elysees

Take a stroll through the gardens of the Champs Elysee to visit the art paintings by Edward Hopper on display at the Grand Palais. Until January 28, 2013, the exhibit space showcases his talent of taking simple subjects and transforming them to sophisticated compositions. The exhibit also includes works he created during his stay in Paris.




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