Le Wagon Bleu
The ‘Blue Wagon’ set inside a real 1920s carriage from the famous Orient Express and is the spaceship back in time experience that you were dreaming as soon as you got to Paris. The atmosphere is intimate and very unique as you are actually in a ‘wagon’ and the menu is full of timeless French classics. There is also a bar, if you’re not too hungry, and still want to bask in the Art Deco inspired 1920s décor. Along with classic French cuisine there are also many Corsican influences in many of the dishes. The chef’s put together simple yet elegant dishes that go together well with the history of the restaurant and French traditions.
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Palace of Versailles
One of the hallmarks of a trip to Paris or even to France in general is visiting the Palace of Versailles. You’ve surely seen pictures of this magnificent and breathtakingly beautiful French spectacle, so now is the chance to see the artwork in person. The French royals knew how to create their own work of luxurious art in a form of a palace. The fine artistic details cover ever corner and the paintings and other works of art will leave you speechless. Versailles is a symbol of the absolute monarchy system of the ancient French regime. Go see how the French kings lived and ruled in pure luxury.
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Le Bon Marché
A high end department store at it’s finest. A store with a lot of history embedded in French and Parisian roots. Originally founded as a store for assorted goods, now turned into full on modern department store with a traditional twist. Offering many different designers and styles, Le Bon Marché is a luxury shopping experience. With all the trendiest fashion and accessories, available in the beautiful store.
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