Those looking for "vintage Paris" begin their day by enjoying a leisurely Parisian breakfast at the foot of Butte Montmartre to admire the exceptional panorama over the city and its monuments (this is also a treat so see at night). Couples then enjoy a leisurely stroll down to the Eiffel Tower along the avenue Marceau, passing the famous flame of the Pont de l’Alma where you are treated to an unrestricted view over Paris. The rue des Martyrs is a place to visit the interesting boutiques, as far as the Saint-Georges district where you’ll find the Musée de la Vie Romantique.
A visit to the Marais, one of the oldest parts of the city, is just the thing to complete your day. filled with private mansions, the Picasso museum, the latest boutiques, the many hidden spots and the peace and quiet of the Place des Vosges are all here. What a better way to end your day than a romantic dinner by candlelight on the Seine River.
The Louvre, the former residence of the kings of France, has for two centuries been one of the biggest museums in the world and the Château de Versailles is one of the most famous monuments of world heritage.