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Paris Arr. 14 (Montparnasse) Travel Tips
Enjoying Parisian Culture with 14th Arrondissement Vacation Rentals
When planning your next vacation to Paris, France, consider booking one of the 14th Arrondissement vacation apartments to fully enjoy everything that "The City of Lights" has to offer. Paris is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the entire world with more than 45 million visitors choosing the city as their vacation spot each year. With the upscale features and amenities available with the various apartments for rent in Paris, visitors can experience the culture and tourism opportunities in this popular city.
Appreciate French Architecture with 14th Arrondissement Vacation Apartments
The architecture throughout Paris is some of the best French designs in the world. When staying at the 14th Arrondissement vacation rentals, you are close to places like Notre Dame de Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, the Vaux-le-Vicomte and several other buildings that exhibit architectural greatness. The Chartres Cathedral is another display of French architecture with spiraled towers, flying buttresses and other characteristics that are popular in French culture. This cathedral has withstood a damaging fire in 1194 after which it was rebuilt by a master architect whose name remains a mystery even to today. It is, however, one of the most magnificent buildings in Paris and one of the most visited and photographed by tourists.
See the Eiffel Tower with 14th Arrondissement Vacation Rentals
The most recognized tower in all the world — the Eiffel Tower in Paris — is a display of French ingenuity and architecture. The Eiffel Tower was nominated as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. It was built in 1889 following the trend of the Industrial Revolution and its increased use of metals. Gustav Eiffel designed and engineered the tower for the 1889 World Fair and to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the French Revolution. It continues to stand today as one of the tallest structures in the entire world and one of the most visited tourist attractions on the globe.