With summer just around the corner, Heart of Paris Hotels invites you to discover our enchanting French capital with the help of our new partner. Whether it’s a guided tour to all the classic Paris attractions or a visit to the less trodden paths of the city, Ultimate Paris Guide aims to show you an unforgettable good time on your holiday here.
When you come for your holiday in Paris, every French will undoubtedly tell you to visit the Latin quarter. They shrug when you ask them why. Because it’s steeped in history and impressive architecture. Because it’s lively, young and hip. Because its sidewalk cafés are practically home to budding writers and other artistic geniuses. For all these reasons and many others, we not only recommend a stop at the Latin quarter, but we encourage you to stay within its walls for a complete immersion in the spirit of the neighbourhood. …read more.
The international Labour Day on 1 May 2013 is a very important public holiday in France. Most museums, monuments and attractions in Paris are closed on the day the French call la Fête du Travail. Locals and visitors welcome this wonderful occasion to take a break from work and spend time sightseeing in the French capital. But where do you go in Paris on 1 May 2013 if most places are closed? Here’s a shortlist of attractions in the City of Lights that you may consider visiting on Labour Day: …read more.
Now that spring is here in Paris, sunny days, blue skies and warmer temperatures with a cool refreshing breeze invite you to discover our French capital. Strolling through the luxurious Tuileries Garden or just picnicking along the Seine are wonderful ways to enjoy sightseeing in Paris. For free. But what if you’d like to visit several museums and monuments, take in a bus tour as well as a Seine river cruise? When you add these activities to the cost of your hotel stay in Paris, the expenses begin to add up quickly. We may have a solution: the Paris Pass.
Part of the full experience of visiting the City of Lights includes living within the city walls or Paris intramuros as the French say. Walking down the streets of Paris with its beautiful sculptures and incredible architecture simply transports you back through centuries of history, and you’ll never return the same again. …read more.