top of page


Guide to places to travel


Economic and commercial capital of France  where stock and financial businesses are concentrated.  The density of its railway, road and airport structure and  a  center  of the French and European air network, makes it a point of convergence for international transport.  Together with London it is  one of the most important economic centers in Europe. It is also known as the "City of Light" (the  Ville Lumiere)  being destiny  tourist  world's most popular

Ancla 1

How to get around the city

Paris-Charles de Gaulle :  it is located about 26 km northeast of Paris. Arriving at this airport, we will find ourselves in one of the most important aviation centers in the world.  It is the international airport par excellence of Paris.

Train: You can use the train network to reach your destination in the center of Paris. It is the regional train of Paris that you will distinguish by the initials RER. In this case, the line you will use is RER B.

Bus: there are several companies that offer collective transport  from the airport to the center of Paris.  The  bus  it takes about 1 hour to the center.

Taxi: it is the most expensive means of transport, of course, although it is usually the fastest and most accurate since it will leave you at your exact destination; in this case you have to value what your time costs.

Paris-Orly: It is  the closest airport to Paris;  It is only 13 km from the center.

Buses: there are different lines  that take you to the city center in about 45 minutes.

The Orlybus: takes you to Denfert-Rochereau station  where you can use other transport such as the metro or train that will distribute you throughout the city.

Train: there are two train lines that can take you to the center  from Paris. RER C and RER B

Trolley car:  From Orly you can get to Villejuif-Louis Aragon station  which has a connection to the subway,   line 7. The journey takes about 35 minutes and the frequency is about 10 minutes.  

Taxi: it is the most expensive means of transport, with the advantage that it leaves you at the door of your accommodation.

How to get to Paris  from the airport

Metro: With an extension of 200 km of track, it is undoubtedly the means of  most popular public transport  in Paris. An extensive network made up of  16 lines  allow you to cross the city from end to end  quickly and conveniently. This is the means of transportation  most used by tourists  who visit Paris, since it is fast and easy to use.

Train:  there is one in paris  extensive rail network  that allows to move throughout the city. So the trains  known as RER  in Paris they function as a Metro within the city and as trains.

Bus:  is he  most common means of transport  of those who travel through Paris. There are numerous lines that cross the entire city,

Trolley car :  It has 10 lines located within the city and on the outskirts. Each line is identified by a number and a color.

Cab:  there are also a lot of vehicles with  Somewhat high rate but very efficient.  

I recommend the ParisPass which is a tourist product designed for tourists visiting Paris  providing  access to attractions and landmarks in and around the city.

What to see in Paris

Louvre Museum

One of the must-see places in Paris would undoubtedly be the Louvre Museum. A museum of impressive size where you will find thousands of works of art, you will be here for a minimum of 6 hours if you decide  that you will see only the masterpieces and very quickly.

pyramid museo louvre

Eiffel Tower

Located at the end of the  Mars field  at the edge of  Seine river , this monument  parisian , symbol of  France  and its capital, it is the tallest structure in the city and the most visited monument in the world, with 7.1 million tourists each year.  With a height of 300 meters, later extended with an antenna to 324 meters, the Eiffel Tower was the tallest structure in the world for 41 years.


Orsay's Museum

The  Musée d'Orsay, is a museum dedicated to the plastic arts of the  XIX century. and  houses the largest collection of impressionist works in the world, with masterpieces of painting and sculpture



Gothic style cathedral that after more than 850 years of existence   it has persisted as a living space. Its spiritual functions have remained intact, while it has received an average of 20 million visitors each year, at least until the unfortunate  fire on April 15, 2019, which forced the temporary cessation of its functions for restoration.


The Paris Opera  

It is a musical institution in France, successor to the one founded in Paris by Louis XIV in 1669 under the name of Académie Royale de Musique. It currently occupies two buildings: the  Opera House , inaugurated on  January 5  from  1875  and also known as "Palais Garnier", in honor of the architect who designed it  and  the palace of the  Opera Bastille , opened on  July 13  from  1989 .

opera de paris

Pompidou Center  

It is the name most commonly used to designate the Georges Pompidou National Center for Art and Culture in Paris, designed by the architects Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers. The building, completed in 1977, was inaugurated on January 31 of the same year.  


Arch of Triumph

It is one of the most famous monuments in the French capital. Built between 1806 and 1836 by order of  Napoleon Bonaparte  to commemorate the victory in the  Battle of Austerlitz , is located in the  8th District  from  Paris , on the  Charles de Gaulle square  , at the western end of the  Champs-Elysées avenue.

arco de triunfo


In the heart of the Latin Quarter stands a building with an austere exterior but its interior is anything but. It was initially intended as a church that they eventually decided to make it the final resting place of great figures in French history.


Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Sacré-Cœur)

It is an important religious temple  located on top of the Montmartre hill. It is a minor basilica dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Visible from almost anywhere in Paris, especially at night due to its illumination,  Many decorative elements of this building symbolize French nationalism, such as the main porch adorned with  equestrian statues of Joan of Arc and Louis IX.

sacro coer

fields  Elysiums

The Champs-Elysées is the main avenue in Paris. It measures 1,910 meters in length, and goes from the Arc de Triomphe to the Place de la Concorde. The name Champs Elysées comes from Greek mythology, where it designated the abode of the dead reserved for virtuous souls, the equivalent of the Christian paradise.

campos eliseos

Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles, or Château de Versailles is a building that performed the functions of a royal residence in past centuries. It has an imposing architecture and more than 800 hectares of gardens.

The palace is located in the municipality of Versailles, near Paris, in the Ile-de-France region.  


Luxembourg gardens

The Luxembourg Gardens, familiarly nicknamed Luco, are a 22.45 ha Parisian public park, located in the 6th Arrondissement.

The Luxembourg is the garden of the French Senate, whose seat is in the Luxembourg Palace.

It is a private park open to the public.

jard luxemburgo


This neighborhood is one of the most emblematic of Paris and perhaps of France and where it is located among others  the Basilica of the Sacred Heart.   It has been the home of hundreds of renowned artists (Picasso and Van Gogh would be perhaps the most representative). Social and cultural movements have developed here and it has even been the place where armed movements have started.


Latin Quarter

If you visited or plan to visit the Pantheon then you will have to come and see this neighborhood. It is an extremely picturesque place and because it is full of educational facilities, including the University of Paris (La Sorbonne; Sorbonne), in the place you will find a student atmosphere, many cafes and bistros where you can sit down for a coffee or something to eat.


Seine river

Walk to the banks of this river  It is something you must do while in Paris, but if you have the opportunity I recommend you take the boat tour, it does not last long (1 hour) and you will be able to appreciate other views of Paris .  Such is the case of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Museum, La Défense, Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral, or the François Mitterrand Library.  

rio sena

Galeries Lafayette

For 120 years they have been offering all the best of creation, from the accessible to the luxurious, through stores where commerce is also an event. Fashion and beauty, at the heart of the department store's history, bring together the most prestigious names.  The department store experience extends to the Gourmet area, where you will be offered the best of gastronomy.


Gastronomy of Paris

On  Paris , gastronomy is synonymous with art and it is for this reason that its delicacies are made with such dedication and delicacy that they cannot be compared with those of any other place. Its culinary richness is so immense that it is almost impossible to resist such exquisite food.

Entrees are lighter than other destinations and usually consist of fresh salads, pates and soups. The "plat principal", also called "plat de résistance", or main course is based on meat or fish that can be accompanied with rice, pasta or vegetables.

Duck confit:  It is prepared throughout the French territory. This culinary delight is prepared based on duck legs, which must be salted before cooking, resulting in a dish with a concentrated flavor and meat with a fibrous texture.


Reservá  los mejores Paseos y Tours por París

Coq Au Vin:  made with meat  rooster  (sometimes  chicken  ) and  came  .  When only “coq au vin” is mentioned, it is a preparation with  Red wine  .  There are recipes for “Coq au vin blanc”  but it is not the traditional recipe. 

coq au vin

Pot au feu:  delicious stew based on beef, vegetables and the typical French bouquet garni, which is a  seasoning widely used in French cuisine  of aromatic herbs that is tied with a thread, boiled with the rest of the ingredients and in this way allows all its essence to be left in the stews.

pot au feu

Moules frites: they are a very popular dish in Belgium and northern France, although today they are consumed in all of both countries. It is a dish of steamed mussels with a side of French fries. are accompanied  with beer.


escargots:  cooked edible land snails  seasoned with garlic, inside their shell. They are often served as aperitifs and are consumed by the French, as well as in Portugal, Sardinia and Spain.


Croissants:  The classic croissants or  crossaint  in French they are buttery and crunchy. They are served sweet or plain for breakfast.
They are everywhere and it is a cheap option for a simple and quick meal.


Crepe: ​ crepe,​ or crepe​ of wheat flour with which a disc-shaped dough is made  about 16 cm in diameter. It is usually served as the base of a dish or dessert, applying all kinds of sweet ingredients


Macarons:  or sweet macaroons are a kind of French biscuits of different colors based on egg white, icing sugar and ground almonds. Two cookies are held together with a gooey filling  of different flavors.


    Champagne route

Ancla 2

To the east of Paris, the Champagne-Ardenne region is an amalgamation of landscapes and history, desde donde alrededor de una hora podremos  llegar a Reims, la capital regional y emprender la gira de los productores . But without even having had a first drink, the route unfolds :  a route in the north of the vineyards,around Reims and Epernay, where the champagne vines are mostly Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier and another in the south, in the Troyes region on the Côte des Bar, the principal  isthe pinot noir.

Fully signposted, this route meanders between vineyards and steep hills to which Champenois villages,



It is a city and a French commune located in the Marne department of the Grand Est region. 

How to get toreims from Paris:

The  train from Paris Gare de l'Est to Reims Ville takes 1 hour and costs from €10.

Reims is defined as  a city of kings. From the king of wines, on the one hand. And of the kings of France, on the other. The first is found in the wineries that are based in the city.

   What to see in Reims


 Basilica  of Saint-Rémi 

Built in the 11th century and almost completely destroyed during the First World War, it is here that the relics of Archbishop Saint-Remi are found. 

Slightly smaller than the cathedral, Reims' Basilica of Saint-Remi is no less impressive. Next to the basilica, in the former royal abbey of Saint-Remi, is the museum of Saint-Remi.

saint remi

Other interesting places to visit:

The Palace of Tau, Gate of Mars, Villa Demoiselle, Parc de Champagne, Reims Champagne Automobile Museum, Basilica of Saint Clotilde, Carnegie Library, Drouet d'Erlon Square.


If the city of Reims is known throughout the world, it is not only for its magnificent cathedral: it is also an important place for wine tourism.

The second great attraction of the city is undoubtedly a visit to one of the best champagne cellars.

The best visit is undoubtedly the discovery of the chalk caves (called "crayères" in French), where the champagne bottles are placed. Their constant temperature of 10°C throughout the year makes them the ideal place to protect the champagne cellars.

Between thegreat vineyards to see: Munn, Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin, Taittinger, Pommery etc.

bodegas de champagne


It is a French commune in the French Department of the Marne and the Champagne-Ardenne region, just 27 km from Reims from where it can be reached in 30 minutes by train. City located in the land of wine, most of its history and its economy is linked to champagne, which is also the main tourist attraction. It is located in the heart of the vineyards and the forest, bordered by the river de la Marne, in the center of 30,000 hectares of vines.


What to see in Épernay

Champagne avenue

Home to the most important Maisons de Champagne, this  prestigious "Champagne Avenue", classified as an Outstanding Place of Taste in France, seduces tourists from all over the world.

We are in the Champs Elysées of appreciated nectar. Architecture and great wines meet at the crossroads of the 19th century buildings, housing an authentic national treasure, known throughout the world and possessing an aura that gives these places a unique character. It is true that behind these constructions lies a treasure of more than 200 million bottles, lying in the private cellars of the famous Maisons.


Mercier Cellars

Original and entertaining, you can tour part of the 18 km of Maison Mercier cellars in a small train, 30 meters underground from the limestone soil of Épernay; before going up to the surface  they offer you tastings. On the tour of the visit, a giant barrel requires a stop. In the 19th century, Eugène Mercier had it built, the largest in the world, and presented it at the 1889 World's Fair in Paris. Mercier won second prize behind... the Eiffel Tower!

bodegas mercier

Moet & Chandon Cellars

The Moët Chandon house was inaugurated in 1743 by Claude Moët, it has some 800 hectares of vineyards, all of them cultivated and maintained by 250 winemakers. It also has the largest cellars, a 28 km maze carved out under the avenue de Champagne in Épernay. You will see in the courtyard of the building the statue of Dom Pérignon star brand. Special mention to the tasting rooms and the shop.

mois chandon

Castellane Cellars

The house, founded in 1895, produces vintage and non-vintage cuvees, as well as a Chardonnay Champagne blanc dand whites.

The house is currently under the ownership of Laurent-Perrier. It is interesting to see its Museum of Champagne Tradition before descending to six kilometers of underground cellars.   See the Label Room, where around 5,000 labels from each period in Castellane's history are on display.   

De Castellane is touted as the "most mysterious champagne in the world", and you will learn some of the secrets of this house and how it produces its drink.

de castellane
de castellane
de castellane

Perrier-Jouet Cellars

Elegance, delicacy, quality. These are qualifiers that define the Perrier Jouët house, which since its foundation in 1811 has offered us a unique champagne.  Its 65 hectares of its own vineyards are almost entirely classified as Grand Crus, with the best Chardonnay grape from the Côte des Blancs.

pierre jouet

Other Wineries

Pol Roger,  Collard Picard, Michel Gonnet, Alfred Gratien, Leclerc Briant,  Boizel,  André Bergère,_cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_  Esterlin and Saint Chamant

pol roger
collard picard
andre bergere
saint chamant

Hautvillers Abbey

More formally, the Abbey of Saint Peter, Hautvillers, is a former Benedictine monastery in the commune of Hautvillers in the Marne department, just 6 km away. from Épernay. The abbey remained active between 665 and the French Revolution of 1789.

One of its monks, Dom Pérignon, contributed to the development of sparkling wine in this  region and has named the most famous and expensive reserve of the Moët et Chandon house, owner since 1822 of the abbey that saw its birth the invention and obligatory stop, today, in any tourist visit to the region. His tomb is in the abbey church.


Champagne route tour

It is highly recommended  to take a tour of the Champagne Panoramic Route. You will pass between the vineyards and picturesque villages such as Cumières and Damery; You will discover the town of Hautvillers  where, as I already mentioned, you will find a prestigious character: Dom Pérignon. During the visit to  incredible landscapes this unforgettable experience will allow you to discover  stories of champagne;_cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d19 visit a_cc781905-5cf58d 136bad5cf58d_ cellar; the work of the vineyard; participate in the harvest  and take the opportunity to taste the production. From the stops with viewpoint  you will be entranced by the beauty that surrounds the vines.


Gastronomy of Reims and Epernay

Truffled: It consists of cooking sliced potatoes with broken pieces of bacon, to which a drizzle of oil is added. After cooking for half an hour, the potatoes are mashed and fresh tomme cheese is added, cut into pieces and mixed until long stretchable strands are obtained.

Tripoux:    lamb belly stuffed with a mixture of strawberry and ground beef and/or lamb belly). They are served in the form of a small rolled package.

Bleu d'Auvergne:  is made exclusively from cow's milk. Lactic ferments, Roqueforti penicilium, are added to this and heated. When pressure is added and once coagulation has been achieved, the rennet is cut and tasted.

Duck, lentils and bay leaf: Duck, bay leaf and the green lentil from Puy, grown exclusively in the Haute-Loire, has a controlled designation of origin.

Rethel's white blood sausage: a blood sausage without preservatives, made in an artisanal way with quality fresh pork, milk, whole eggs, shallots, salt and pepper. All this guarantees a succulent dish.

Cookie de Reims: a specialty of the city of Reims since the 17th century, it is a delicious pink, rectangular-shaped crunchy pastry dusted with icing sugar.

This famous cookie goes perfectly with a cup of tea or hot chocolate or a glass of champagne.

B el bleu
pato  lentejas y laurel

Reservá  los mejores Paseos y Tours por Reims y Epernay

bottom of page