The city of Paris is situated on the river Seine, in northern France. There are 37 bridges connecting the two banks of the river Seine in Paris. The city and its river inspired many artists in the last two centuries.
All along ‘la Seine’, there are many famous monuments, streets, parks and shops to visit. Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most visited among these historical monuments.
The most popular place to seek picnic space, iron chairs for reading, fresh air and sun, stroll, and play is at the Jardin du Luxembourg, a wonderful garden established by Italian monarch Marie de Medicis in the mid-17th century.
For centuries, the city of Paris had been a labyrinth of narrow streets and half-timber houses, but with the urban remodeling project of the city, entire districts were leveled to make way for wide avenues and boulevards. The 1.91 km (1.18 mi) avenue of Champs-Élysées is one of the most beautiful streets in the world for upscale shopping and is a principal tourist destinations in Paris.