Paris tourist map

Paris top tourist attractions map. Paris tourist map (Île-de-France - France) to print. Paris tourist map (Île-de-France - France) to download. With about 42 million tourists annually in Paris and its suburbs, Paris is the most visited city in the world. Paris receives around 28 million tourists per year (42 in the whole Paris Region), of which 17 million are foreign visitors. Paris museums and monuments are among its highest-esteemed attractions as its shown in Paris tourist map; tourism has motivated both the city and national governments to create new ones.

Paris top tourist attractions map

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A world of discovery awaits in the distinctive quartiers of Paris (neighborhoods): the winding labyrinth of old streets in the medieval Latin Quarter, the legendary café scene in Saint-Germain-de-Prés, and the Bohemian village atmosphere of Montmartre as you can see in Paris tourist map. In every hidden corner and at all the famous sites, Paris casts a spell of enchantment. One visit may inspire a lifelong love affair for tourist.
While the Seine is the most striking feature of the urban landscape as its mentioned in Paris tourist map, Paris is more prominent on higher points - its mounds - as one moves away from the river; embellished with parks and gardens, Paris boasts an exceptional architectural heritage on both the right and left banks. Major projects currently underway (redevelopment of Les Halles, Place de la République, riverside streets, Paris-left bank, Batignoles eco-neighborhood, etc.) will change its face in the near future to attract more tourists.
For centuries Paris has been one of the world most important and attractive cities for tourists from all over the world. It is appreciated for the opportunities Paris offers for business and commerce, for study, for culture, and for entertainment; its gastronomy, haute couture, painting, literature, and intellectual community especially enjoy an enviable reputation. Its sobriquet “the City of Light” (“la Ville Lumière”), earned during the Enlightenment, remains appropriate, for Paris has retained its importance as a centre for education and intellectual pursuits (see Paris tourist map).