Paris and Venice – Two amazing cities

The capital of France and “city of love”, Paris has over 3,800 historic buildings, many of them part of a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage. It kept its youth and attractiveness for tourists worldwide and is currently the most visited city in the world.

Paris is divided by the Seine River in the south and north. On the quays of the Seine, especially on the left side is the famous air bookstalls, vendors of books, cards, postcards, old photos, and posters. The 20 districts that make up Paris are numbered in a spiral with the first district in the city center and urban agglomeration is the first in Europe and the sixth largest worldwide. Considered as one of the most expensive cities, Paris, and its region for more than a quarter of gross domestic product of France.

Paris is today one of the largest economic and cultural centers of the world, and its influence on art, culture, history, fashion education and contribute fully to the status of one of the most important cities in the world.

Historic bridges of the Seine, the famous Champs Elysees, Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe in the center of Place de L’Etoile, Notre Dame de Paris, Place de La Concorde with the Obelisk and Guillotine, Les Invalides and Arms Museum where the tomb of Emperor Napoleon, the Louvre and Versailles Palace in Paris are a city symbol.

Venice – journey through the lagoon of love

Rialto Bridge, the oldest bridge in Venice, Bridge of Sighs, hundreds of bridges with names, gondolas and gondoliers, palaces and buildings that are reflected in the water guarding the Grand Canal, the islands of Murano, Burano, Torcello, Lido di and Pellestrina Venezia, Mestre and Marghera coast are the sights and places that should not bypassing. Because the lagoon is unique in the world that shows the history and art lovers alike. The crowd of tourists, especially Japanese, are the common image of Venice, preferred by stars, but also of great directors.

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