• Dior Gallery
    At the entrance to La Galerie is a grand white marble staircase and display cases that house more than 1,874 creations from the French house, including dresses, accessories, bags and shoes. Included are miniatures of iconic designs by the seven couturiers who
  • Districts of Paris
    1st arrondissement: The least densely populated of Paris’ 20 arrondissements is located in the geographic center of Paris, hence the presence of many historical attractions. The Louvre Museum, the Royal Palace, the Tuileries Gardens, the aristocratic Place Vendôme, Les Halles, the main
  • Montmartre
    Montmartre is one of the districts of Paris located near the Seine, precisely positioned on a hill of about 130 meters high. This charming neighborhood has been the scene of many important events in the history of Paris, such as battles, the
  • Disneyland Paris
    Located a few kilometers from the center of Paris (in Marne-la-Vallée) is the only Disney park complex in Europe. With two theme parks, Disneyland, Walt Disney Studios and the Disney Village with its stores and restaurants, you can enjoy attractions and take
  • Cluny Museum in Paris
    Reopening in spring 2022. The Musée de Cluny in Paris, also known as the Musée des Thermes de Cluny, is dedicated to medieval art and contains one of the world’s most comprehensive collections on the subject. The museum contains a vast collection
  • Arc de Triomphe
    The Arc de Triomphe Etoile, called Arc de Triomphe, is located in Paris, on Place Charles de Gaulle or formerly Place de l’Etoile, at the western end of Avenue des Champs-Elysées . In addition, it is located northwest of Place de la