Paris – L’art de vivre
“A boat trip on the Seine is as much a part of a trip to Paris as a croissant for breakfast Not just any trip, though. I would recommend a cruise along Canal Saint-Martin. The combination of underground passages and open-air routes makes the tour something special. On the way, you will pass through various locks, go under beautiful brides and have time to admire picturesque promenades shaded by 100-year-old trees and dotted with vibrant cafés.”
The fine Hapimag resort Paris was built in the 19th century and is a listed building. It is located just a few minutes' walk from the Louvre and Centre Pompidou and is the ideal starting point for exploring the City of Love and its unequalled cultural attractions. The Champs Elysées, Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe and Notre Dame are on your doorstep.
L’art de vivre – the unique Parisian way of life! Set out early in the morning to explore the city from your holiday apartment at the Hapimag Resort Paris in the Premier Arrondissement: Buy a fresh baguette and croissants at the bakery, sit in a bistro, browse though Paris Match magazine, watch the street artists and passers-by and eavesdrop on French conversations. Then continue your walk, stroll through the weekly markets and check out the Mona Lisa at the Louvre. Saunter along the Avenue des Champs Elysées and take a photograph of the Arc de Triomphe. Climb the Eiffel Tower, take in the staggering view and, with a little bit of luck, grab one of the coveted spots in the Jules Verne Restaurant and clink champagne glasses over a dinner at these lofty heights. The time-honoured Bouillon Chartier restaurant is a must for fans of nostalgia. Virtually nothing has changed here since 1896. In the evening, attend a theatre performance or a concert. The Hapimag Leisure Consultant knows the city's best insider tips and will gladly obtain your admission tickets for exhibitions and concerts. Whether you are enjoying shopping at the Galéries Lafayettes, listening to classical or modern music at the opera, experiencing the ancient surroundings of Notre Dame, looking for prêt-à-porter fashion on the Champs Elysées or perhaps something more affordable from an up-and-coming young designer: With its unique charm, Paris gives you all of this and much, much more. A boat trip on the Seine from Pont Neuf around the Ile de la Cité (Notre Dame) and the Ile St. Louis is an unforgettable experience for the entire family. On a guided tour, the Palace of Versailles will reveal itself to you in its entire splendour. The fairytale world of Disneyland is also not far away – an experience for young and old. Holidays in the French metropolis can never be long enough.