At the top of the Eiffel Tower there’s Gustave Eiffel’s office, which has been restored to its original condition. When he designed the Tower, he included a private apartment for himself at the top and barelly no one could go there.
Until Sunday, visitors will be able to feel adrenaline in the most iconic place in Paris. The ride, that allows people to have a stunning view of the area, is only open for a limited time to coincide with the French Open Tennis Tournament, currently taking place in the city.
On the official website of the Colosseum, you can find a bunch of prohibited items, but they’re not in one specific area of the website, so, to help you avoid trouble, I put it all together.
Usually, when we see animals at museums, they’re on expositions as fossils or at zoos, but when I last travelled to Europe I found two types of animals that live in important museums, but are not for expositions or at a zoo.
If you’re going to Paris for tourism, I know the perfect hotel! Not expensive, modern, good elevators, and, most importantly, near almost everything that’s important for a tourist.
When you’re looking for a place to travel on an special ocasion, it can be hard to choose one, so I made a list of 10 places I believe to be the most romantic places on Earth.
In july I was onboard the Jewel of the Seas on a trip to the Greec Islands and we passed one day in Santorini. I had high hopes for it, but, honestly, I was kinda disapointed in the end of the day… There are those beautiful churches and stunning views, but to see them like … More A day in Santorini – Greece
7. Flamme de la Liberté The Flame of Liberty (Flamme de la Liberté) in Paris is a full-sized, gold-leaf-covered replica of the new flame at the upper end of the torch carried in the hand of the Statue of Liberty at the entrance to the harbor of New York City since 1886. The monument, which measures … More 7 Unmissable things in Paris