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My trip to France

France is the country of history, culture, dreams and beauty. As you walk through its suburbs, you feel as if a soul has come out of a magician’s hat. France is distinguished by its strategic location in the center of Europe and closeness to Italy and Spain. This has given it a place in which it sits on the throne of global tourism with the number of its visitors, which amounts to 85 million tourists annually. France is decorated with about 1,200 historical and art museums, and more than 1,500 open tourist places throughout the country, which gives a special character to the places of tourism in beautiful France, in addition to countless charming natural areas and picturesque beaches, thus representing one of the unique and unrepeatable tourist experiences. It is the center of culture and art in the world and the first place that preoccupies the minds of travel and tourism enthusiasts, as it is the destination for relaxation and the most distinguished vacations among many age categories. In the charming capital, “Paris” or “City of Light”, beauty abounds from everywhere. The city, rich in definition, was the talk of international novels and stories. It has many world-renowned landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees, the Louvre Museum, the Arc de Triomphe, and others, it has been classified as the most beautiful tourist city in the world.

When visiting beautiful Paris, it is best to start from “Ile de la Cité” or the city island, which is the ancient cradle of Paris, formerly known as Lutetia. Here, in this very place, sits the cathedral “Notre-Dame de Paris”, the jewel of Gothic art. Not far from it, in the Latin Quarter, ruins, the Baths of Cluny and the Roman Amphitheaters of Lotus relive ancient history while the streets, led by Muftar Street, evoke the Middle Ages. We also enjoy the village atmosphere among the cafés and food stalls. Next, you arrive at the Jardin des Tuileries, the symbol of the French garden, where we encounter statues of Maillol or Rodin followed by exploring the collections of the nearby Louvre. You cross it on foot to reach one of the galleries of the Grand Palace. From Place de la Concorde, we overlook the Champs Elysees, which stretches between terraces and elegant shops for nearly two kilometers to the Arc de Triomphe.

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