On my trip to Paris I didn’t really have a place to sleep (very smart when it’s already 10 pm) so I somehow ended up in a rather dodgy hostel in the heart of Montmartre. Well done! I had absolutely awesome room mates from Australia, America and England: There was loads of stuff to talk about, we had some exciting cultural exchange conversations and just explored Paris together… That is why I’m excited to finally share some photos with you (there are many more to come!)
We visited the Opera House that opened in 1875, (Palais Garnier) spotted a little rehearsal inside the theatre and just wandered around in awe of the beautiful architecture and the carefully designed library. Additionally to today’s vastness of classical performances, the Palais Garnier has also been the main stage of the origins of the Phantom of the Opera musical.
The other photos are just coming from different corners throughout the city – Notre-Dame, Louvre, Ile-de-France and last but not least, many seemingly insignificant streets and gardens that are the home of immense beauty and therefore are responsible for the romantic twist that makes Paris the most aesthetic city I’ve ever seen.