Do you know geography?

Capital of France is beautiful Paris. It is the most romantic city in the world.


Elegant, romantic, exciting, unforgettable... It can only be Paris. Founded in the third century, on what is now the Île de la Cité, Paris did not become France's capital until the 10th century.

Throughout its history, the city has prospered and has been at the forefront of cultural and political innovation, most notably during the French Revolution of the late 18th century. In the early 1900s, the halcyon years of the belle époque ushered in the Art Nouveau movement, bringing with it advances in the arts and sciences.

As capitals go, Paris is relatively small, with a population of just over two million. In the warmth of the spring and summer, explore its plethora of landmarks on foot and you'll quickly work up an appetite for the superb cooking for which its restaurants and cafés are famous. But keep that umbrella handy for unexpected showers! And don't fear the frigid winters; simply duck into the city's many cafes or museums to escape the cold.

For all those who plan to travel to France we recommend Hotel du Louvre to stay in. There you can really enjoy beautiful French sideviews. The Hotel du Louvre is located close to the capital of France and its gives you some additional bright possibillities.