Paris Aquarium – what to expect, tickets, prices, timings

Paris Aquarium

The Paris Aquarium is a captivating destination with an impressive collection of marine life and exhibits offering an immersive and educational experience for both young and old alike.  Also known as CinĂ©aqua, the Paris Aquarium takes you on a fascinating journey to the mesmerizing realm of the oceans and the underwater world.  Whether you are … Read more

Top 5 Seine River Cruises – Which One is Right for You?

Top 5 Seine River Cruises

The Seine is one of the famous rivers of France that flows directly past Paris. Since all the major tourist attractions are located close to the shore of the Seine, numerous travel agencies offer riverboat services to tourists looking for a unique experience. They all come with different activities and facilities; you only have to … Read more

Aquaboulevard – what to expect, tickets, prices, timings


When one thinks of Paris, images of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, and charming streets lined with cafes often come to mind.  However, nestled in the southwestern part of the city lies a hidden gem that offers a completely different experience – Aquaboulevard.  Aquaboulevard is Europe’s largest urban water park and a paradise for … Read more

Grand Palais Immersif – what to expect, tickets, prices, timings, FAQs

Grand Palais Immersif

Grand Palais Immersif, located in the heart of Paris, combines a historical site’s grandeur with innovative technology. Originally built in 1900 for the Exposition Universelle, this architectural masterpiece has long symbolized artistic excellence. The Grand Palais Immersif has undergone an incredible transformation in recent years, embracing the concept of immersive art experiences.  Paris Grand Palais … Read more

The Ultimate Parisian Evening – Seine River Cruise with Dinner

The Ultimate Parisian Evening

Northern France’s Seine River is 777 kilometers (483 miles) long.  It begins in Source-Seine in the Langres plateau in northeastern France, 30 kilometers (19 miles) northwest of Dijon, then it flows past Paris and into the English Channel at Le Havre (and Honfleur on the left bank) Thirty-seven bridges cross the River in Paris (the … Read more

Louvre Museum to Eiffel Tower – by Metro, Bus, Taxi and walk

Louvre Museum to Eiffel Tower

Many tourists holidaying in Paris choose to visit the Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower on the same day.  As for which attraction they visit first, well, it depends.  Because of all the required walking, some tourists prefer to visit the Louvre when they are most energetic.  Many others prefer to explore Eiffel Tower first because … Read more

Louvre facts – Fun trivia about the Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum facts

A holiday in the French city of Paris can’t be complete without a visit to Louvre Museum. After all, it is the World’s most famous art museum. The French call it MusĂ©e du Louvre, while its official name is Great Louvre. Did you know the fact that the museum has 380,000 objects, out of which it only … Read more