There are many sides to Paris. It's a city that wears its heart on its sleeve and is impossible to pigeonhole - and that, of course, is an essential part of its charm. For a first-time visitor, its A-List attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Louvre Museum take top billing, but that's only scratching the surface. You'll find that each neighbourhood has its own distinct personality and comes with a plethora of cafes, shops, and attractions - enjoy the grandiose boulevards of the Champ-Élysées, the quaint bistros of Montmartre, the art galleries of Le Marais, and the bookshops of the Latin Quarter. Then engage in a little shopping, and see why Parisian chic is famed the world over for being the epitome of style - duck into the vaunted Galeries Lafayette or Printemps where you will find gourmet food, designer clothes, jewellery and homeware. However, it's food where Paris really excels, experience fine dining in one of 100 Michelin-starred restaurants that have made a home here. However, you can also simply stroll along the River Seine and Paris will reveal itself to you - see Île de la Cité, the Musée d'Orsay, the Bastille, and the Grand Palais all nestling against its sun-splashed banks, and wind your way to its most famous attraction, the Tour Eiffel.