It doesn't matter what time of year it is because Paris is the sort of mindblowing destination that you need to visit regardless of whether it is raining, snowing or the sun is shining.

The French capital is a wonderful place and while there are certainly reasons to go elsewhere or maybe not put it at the top of your bucket list, there are even more reasons to book your flights as soon as possible.

Today we want to take a look at the positives surrounding Paris that make it the haven of hope and tourism that it is today, and that it has been for quite a few years now.


Sure, you can go to the Eiffel Tower and have a wonderful time, but that's not all they've got to offer - even though stereotypes would suggest that the ET should be your primary goal when visiting.

So sit back, listen to the music play and just embrace the vibrant nature of a city that has more history than we can possibly fathom.


While it may be on the outskirts of Paris itself, the Palace of Versailles, and Versailles as a whole, is stunning.

It serves as an escape hatchet from the standard day to day operations of mainland Paris which, in many ways, can prove to be a bit much more often than not.

Versailles is tranquil, peaceful and marks a different era within the history of this great country. You almost certainly won't find so much as a speck of dust, either.

The Parks

Drifting through what many regard to be a concrete jungle is the problem with most cities, because there's no real sense of creativity or, well, countryside.

Paris tends to buck that trend more often than not, though, and their parks are a huge reason for that. You could sit and enjoy a meal, watch the world go by or just soak in your surroundings and maybe even have a quick nap on your lunch break.

The world is your oyster.

Cheese & Wine

With around 50 to 60 million hectolitres per year of wine being produced, is it any wonder that the French absolutely adore their wine?

Red seems to be the preference for most but there are certainly options out there, and when it comes to French cheeses, there are almost too many great ones to list.

P.S: Camembert is the undisputed king and we won't have anyone tell us any different.


Fans of the national team for both football and rugby are crazy dedicated, Paris Saint-Germain has an incredibly loyal fanbase, the Tour de France is one of the biggest cycling events on the planet, and the French Open is one of the most important dates on the calendar in the world of tennis.

With a keen interest in motorsports within the city alongside the likelihood of a surge in their mixed martial arts scene, Paris is the place to be for sports fans, and that trend is set to grow in the immediate future.

Other Landmarks

The Louvre is a masterful piece of work that still stands tall as a beacon of hope and cultural excellence to this day. Notre Dame is as historic as it is special to the French people, and we can't quite picture a scenario in which that'll cease being the case any time soon.

Then there's the Arc de Triomphe which has been a national monument through some of both the brightest and the darkest of times that this country has endured.

These people haven't always had the easiest of rides, but they certainly know how to make a statement.