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Paris is divided into 20 municipal districts. 1- 16 districts are the most prestigious and busiest ones. 1st District will please fans of shopping and antiques experts; architectural parks are placed here and the main one is Louvre. The historical center is in the 4th District. The 7th one contains a symbol of the country Eiffel Tower. Day and night entertainments on Champs Elysees are intended for active young people. It is a bourgeois area with luxury houses and cars. The 13th District is one of the most calm places regardless the local Chinatown. 12th, 14th are simpler and more democratic areas, and can be called relatively safe. In the evenings there are a lot of funs at the bars in the 11th district not far from the Bastille. The perfect way to know modern Paris better is to visit La Defense. Montmartre is always associated with music and the art of the Impressionists. Moulin Rouge waits for its guests here.
Nice. In the center of Nice there is a baroque cathedral, dedicated to St. Reparata. A beautiful Promenade is a perfect place for walking and entertainment. Nice Old Town is a picturesque area with its neighborhoods, monuments, ancient temples and funny colorful houses. It is better to walk around The Old Town without a fixed route. In any case the road will lead you to the Gaulle Square, the largest city market. Public beach, which is just below the central waterfront, is not always clean. So it is recommended to choose one of 20 private beaches, located to the east. Good sandy beaches are mainly situated near Villefranche, Antibes, and Cannes. Nice is just 30 km from the Italian border. From the Old Port begins a route to Villefranche via Coco Beach and rocks, a walk along this road will be charming and picturesque.
The modern capital of the Republic of Ireland, Dublin is one of its oldest towns, and its long history and interesting sites always attract many tourists. The city was founded by the Vikings in the mouth of the River Liffey in the 9th century. Modern Dublin amazes with the splendor of its fashionable neighborhoods with a rich architecture of the 18th century, the beautiful mansions and houses of Georgian era, wide streets and squares, picturesque parks and boulevards. Its main street, O'Konnol Street, repeatedly destroyed and restored from ruins, beautifully displays the historical identity of the city, presenting a patchwork of styles, cultures and eras. Dublin is famous for its public parks, the oldest university in Ireland called Trinity College, and many other attractions.
Valencia, this nice word usually triggers associations with a famous cognominal football team and a gold coast of Mediterranean Sea. The both variants are correct, but to make the picture broad it is necessary to add the love for paella, siesta and street parties. The intermixture of avant-garde, culture and Mediterranean soul gain the visitors’ hearts. Mild climate, 300 sunny days yearly and annual temperature 19°C make Valencia ideal for visiting and having fun the whole year round.Valencia is the city where to miss your way would sooner be pleasant than frightful. Begin your acquaintance with the city at its historical centre in the square Plaza de la Virgen, then follow the map and admire Serranos Tower, Saint Mary’s Cathedral, the silk exchange La Lonja and giant Gulliver Statue in Turia park.
Toronto is the capital of Ontario province, one of the largest cities and the cultural center of Canada. The gigantic skyscrapers of banks and offices harmonize here with green beauty of parks, where friendly squirrels live and local citizens arrange picnics.The most interesting places to visit in Toronto are High Park, Queen’s Park, Grange Park, Toronto Islands Park, Trinity Bellwood’s Park, the amusement park in Ontario Square and of course the main city symbol – CN Tower, which height is 553 meters.It is worth seeing Casa Loma, eccentric castle, which was built by the baker Henry Pellatt in 1914. Other places of interest are old Fork York, Fort George, Algonquin Park, the Maple Syrup Museum and famous Niagara Waterfall, which is situated just 100 kilometers to the South of the city.In Toronto things are humming, there are many restaurants and night clubs, the young people and tourists walk around the city all day and night long.