Photos by Leonardo Nelva Stellio
Let’s take a look at la Ville Lumière from the eyes of someone that was actually there, wandering around the little Parisian streets.
Once again, The Golden Scope put together a photo-collection, this time featuring the timeless city of Paris.
Surely everyone who hasn’t been there yet, must have heard of the beauty and wonder of Paris, which not only is considered the city of love, but it also holds some of Europe’s most beautiful historical monuments.
When there, there are several things you could do and see, and the ones that you should not miss are:
- A tour of the Eiffel Tower
- Walking along the riverbanks, especially at night when the tower is brighten up by colorful lights
- Visit the Louvre museum
- Go on a walk in Les Marais district
- Visit the Quartier Pigalle and watch a show at Le Moulin Rouge (yes, it actually exists)
- Go to the Cartier Latin (it’s a district—Latin Quarter) for a bit of bar-hopping
- Walk up the Arc de Triomphe and admire the view from there
- Go shopping on Les Champs Elysée
- Go visit the Musee de Pompidou (it’s a museum of modern art)
- Watch a show at l’Opera
All those tips are given by a person who actually experienced them all first-hand, so they are all really worth doing.
While you are taking notes on what to do when in Paris, enjoy the following photos capturing the beautiful, romantic and fascinating Ville Lumiére.
Photos taken with a Canon EOS 60D
(All photos belong to Leonardo Nelva Stellio, if you want to use any of them, please email us first. Thank you)