The Seine river runs through the oldest part of Paris, and divides it into two parts, known as the Left Bank and the Right Bank. It is surrounded by many forests.There’s something about Paris that stays with you. From your very first bite of an authentic buttery flaky croissant, to strolling along the Seine.
...Breaking a fresh baguette under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower to your very first peek at Laudree's gorgeous window display. Laduree is most well known all over the world for their amazing selection of French macarons and pastries.C'est magnifique!
The Museums, the gardens, the elegant boutiques and road side cafes where you can sit all day and watch the world go by.
The famous French Crepes...
And of course the great french perfume houses. Chanel, Creed, Caron, Guerlain, Fragonard, Dyptique to name just a few.
The home of great perfumes is undoubtedly France. And the village of Grasse in the south of France (and nearby Eze) are synonymous with French Perfume. Grasse is a pilgrimage for all great perfume lovers - as well as many perfumeries to visit, the countryside is laden with the scented flowers that characterise the classic French fragrances. Here grows Jasmine, Tuberose, Roses, Irises and Lilies especially cultivated for their scent.
Paris, of course, also has long associations with perfume, and many of the great French houses are still to be found head-quartered in central Paris
And of course, no trip to Paris can be complete without a visit to the world famous Galeries Lafayette
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