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Brussels Midi/Zuid

Station Brussel-Zuid/Midi (IATA: ZYR) is the largest railway station in Brussels, Belgium. There is a subway station at the train station. Every day, 1000 trains pass through the two stations in Brussels.

The station has 22 months of trains, including the Eurostar, Hercules high-speed train, TGV, ICE and so on. This station is the terminus of the HSL 1 railway route. To the east of the train station is Fonsny / Fonsnylaan Avenue and to the west is Rue de France / Frankrijkstraat. The subway station was named Gare du Midi / Zuidstation and was opened in 1988. Since 1993, the station has also provided premetro (underground tram) services on different platforms. The shuttle service to Brussels South Charleroi Airport departs from the stop at Rue de France / Frankrijkstraat.

The tallest building in Belgium, the South Tower, is located in front of the main exit of the station (Fonsny / Fonsnylaan Avenue and the intersection of Rue Couverte / Overdektestraat), next to the Pension Service Centre (FPS).

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Paris North

Gare de Paris-Nord is one of the train launching stations of the French National Railways (SNCF) in Paris. It is located in the 10th district in the north of the city of Paris and contains a variety of rail transport services and urban rail services. Such as the Paris Metro, Regional Express Rail (RER), Transilien Railway (Transilien), Interprovincial Train (TER), TGV, Eurostar and so on. Gare du Nord is the busiest railway station in Europe.

Paris North Station is the stopover of RER Lines B and D. It is also the starting point for the northern suburbs of Paris. Passengers can take the trains to and from the northern suburbs of Paris, the southern suburbs, and the Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports. The main airport of the district. The Paris North Station has a variety of inter-provincial trains and domestic high-speed rail services to facilitate passengers to the provinces of northern France. The station also has Eurostar and Thalys international high-speed rail services, which are convenient for passengers to travel to the UK, the Netherlands, Belgium and other countries.

Arrival: Paris North Station has an underground passage connecting to a deeper underground RER station in the east - Gare de Magenta, which can be transferred to the RER E line; Metro Line 4 and 5 underground in the Gare du Nord The line goes to all parts of Paris; the middle-class interchange also has a long corridor leading north to the La Chapelle station on line 2; there is also a corresponding bus stop on the grounds of the Gare du Nord station, which is convenient for passengers to take the bus lines. Travel to all parts of Paris.

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Brussels (French: Bruxelles [bʁysɛl] or [bʁyksɛl]; Dutch: Brussel [ˈbrʏsəl] ), officially the Brussels-Capital Region (French: Région de Bruxelles-Capitale; Dutch: Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest), is a region of Belgium comprising 19 municipalities, including the City of Brussels, which is the capital of Belgium. The Brussels-Capital Region is located in the central portion of the country and is a part of both the French Community of Belgium and the Flemish Community, but is separate from the Flemish Region (in which it forms an enclave) and the Walloon Region. Brussels is the most densely populated and the richest region in Belgium in terms of GDP per capita. It covers 161 km2 (62 sq mi), a relatively small area compared to the two other regions, and has a population of 1.2 million. The metropolitan area of Brussels counts over 2.1 million people, which makes it the largest in Belgium. It is also part of a large conurbation extending towards Ghent, Antwerp, Leuven and Walloon Brabant, home to over 5 million people.Brussels grew from a small rural settlement on the river Senne to become an important city-region in Europe. Since the end of the Second World War, it has been a major centre for international politics and the home of numerous international organisations, politicians, diplomats and civil servants. Brussels is the de facto capital of the European Union, as it hosts a number of principal EU institutions, including its administrative-legislative, executive-political, and legislative branches (though the judicial branch is located in Luxembourg, and the European Parliament meets for a minority of the year in Strasbourg) and its name is sometimes used metonymically to describe the EU and its institutions. The secretariat of the Benelux and headquarters of NATO are also located in Brussels. As the economic capital of Belgium and one of the top financial centres of Western Europe with Euronext Brussels, it is classified as an Alpha global city. Brussels is a hub for rail, road and air traffic, sometimes earning the moniker "Crossroads of Europe". The Brussels Metro is the only rapid transit system in Belgium. In addition, both its airport and railway stations are the largest and busiest in the country.Historically Dutch-speaking, Brussels saw a language shift to French from the late 19th century. The Brussels-Capital Region is officially bilingual in French and Dutch, even though French is now the de facto main language with over 90% of the population speaking it. Brussels is also increasingly becoming multilingual. English is spoken as a second language by nearly a third of the population and many migrants and expatriates speak other languages.Brussels is known for its cuisine and gastronomy, as well as its historical and architectural landmarks; some of them are registered as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Main attractions include its historic Grand Place, Manneken Pis, Atomium, and cultural institutions such as La Monnaie and the Museums of Art and History. Because of its long tradition of Belgian comics, Brussels is also hailed as a capital of the comic strip.

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City Overview

“Je t'aime, Paris!” Paris, the land buried under the sea level in prehistoric times, today, more than 2,000 years after the city was built, the name will not be unfamiliar to anyone. This world famous historical and cultural city is known as Huadu, the city of light, the capital of romance, the capital of fashion, the capital of food. Maybe you just want to go shopping on Montaigne Avenue, maybe just want to go for a walk on the Seine, maybe You just want to go to the Michelin restaurant to try a French meal, maybe just want to go to the left bank for coffee, maybe you just want to go to the Louvre to see the smile of Mona Lisa. Maybe only Paris on earth can satisfy everyone. Expectation.

From the earliest river island in Paris to the right bank on the left bank by the Seine River, after several expansions, Paris now has the distinction of “Little Paris” and “Great Paris”; Little Paris refers to 20 In the downtown area of Paris, the “Paris” of the French population and the “Paris” shown in the address generally refer to the urban area of Paris, with a zip code of 750xx, most of which are located in the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, etc. Little Paris, the attractions are relatively concentrated, so walking is also a good choice. Grand Paris is a small Paris plus seven suburbs of the surrounding Île-de-France (Ile de France), there are also many places worth visiting, such as Versailles, Fontainebleau, Disneyland and so on.

Must visit attractions

  • ##### Louvre Museo del Prado

The Louvre Museum, the former residence of the French king, has been one of the largest museums in the world for the past two centuries. It is divided into eight pavilions: Oriental Antiquities, Egypt, Greece, Etruscan and Roman artifacts, paintings, sculptures, selling art, Islamic art and painting art from the Middle Ages until 1848.

The Louvre, which began in the late 12th century, was only a castle in Paris when Philip Augustus was. At the time of François I, the Louvre was converted into a palace. Out of his love of art, he invited European artists to live in France. Da Vinci was one of them and collected many famous Italian paintings. After the expansion of Henry II, Henry IV, Louis XIV, etc., a large number of art treasures were added, which became a museum after the French Revolution. After Napoleon and Napoleon III returned to the emperor, the collection increased substantially, and the Louvre was repeatedly expanded. In the 1980s, the glass pyramid designed by the Chinese architect Pei Ming once again added to the Louvre.

Transportation: Metro M1, M7 to Palais-Royal-musée du Louvre station; buses 21, 24, 27, 39, 48, 68, 69, 72, 81, 95; bus to Louvre station; car park for Carrousel Du Louvre   * ##### Eiffel Tower Eiffel Tower

Built in 1889, the Eiffel Tower was originally designed to greet the World Expo and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the victory of the French Revolution. It is 324 meters high and is a symbol of the industrial revolution that swept the world at that time. However, after it was built, it was questioned by many French people. Such a huge steel structure is so incompatible with the whole of Paris, and many people even proposed to demolish her. Today, however, it has become the undisputed symbol of Paris and even France.   Transportation: M6 to Bir-Hakeim station, M6, M9 to Trocadéro station; RER C line to Champ de Mars-Tour Eiffel station, bus 42, 69, 82, 87 to Tour Eiffel or Champs de Mars station.

  • ##### Notre Dame Cathedral Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris is a church building in the heart of Paris, on the island of Laguna, and the cathedral of the Catholic Diocese of Paris. Notre Dame was built between 1163 and 1250 and is a Gothic building. The 850-year history has transformed the church from the historical changes of Paris. It also witnessed the coronation of Napoleon and the wedding of Napoleon III. Victor Hugo’s novel of the same name, Notre Dame de Paris, has attracted many people to climb the clock tower to find the clock tower geeks. Of course, when it comes to the peak season, it takes an hour or two. At 3 pm on the first Friday of each month, you can also see three sacred objects on display here. You can feel the piety of Catholics on weekday mornings or religious holidays; the "Midnight Mass" on Christmas Eve may be a better choice.

Transportation: Metro M4 to Cite station; RER B, C to Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame station; bus 21, 38, 47, 58, 70, 72, 74, 81, 82, 82

  • ##### Paris Sacred Heart Cathedral Basilique du Sacré Cœur

The Sacred Heart Cathedral is a Catholic sacred sanctuary in Paris, France. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It is located in Montmartre, a highland in the north of Paris. It is one of the famous landmarks of Paris. It was built in 1914, but for the first time. The world war broke out, so it was not officially started until the end of the war in 1919.

The overall style of the Sacred Heart Church is very rich in Roman-Byzantine colours. Many of the designs contain elements of nationalism. They have three arches and are decorated with statues of Joan of Arc and Louis IX on either side. The Sacred Heart Church is built from the limestone mined by Château-Landon, which continuously exudes calcite, ensuring that the Sacred Heart Church maintains a white appearance even under the influence of weathering and pollution. The dome of the church has a huge mosaic called the Christ in Majesty, one of the largest mosaics in the world. Surrounded by the Sacred Heart Church, there is a garden for people to meditate and have a fountain.

Transportation: Metro Line 2 to Anvers Station, Line 12 Abbesses Station or to Pigalle Station, the cable car Funiculaire of the Sacred Heart Cathedral is a public transport, ordinary subway ticket transportation card; bus 30, 31, 80, 85   

Gourmet & Accommodation & Shopping

  • #### Gourmet

In Paris, many cafés look like ordinary people. Inside, there are crouching tigers, literati, artists or political and business celebrities. After centuries, Paris has developed a unique café culture, and the romantic charm makes it hard for tourists to resist. .

There are a wide variety of restaurants in Paris, from taverns, fast food restaurants, light meals, international restaurants to Michelin-rated star-rated restaurants, which you can choose according to your personal preferences and budget.

  • #### Accommodation

In Paris, where prices are high, it is not easy to find a reasonably priced accommodation. Fortunately, the Paris Metro network is dense, and it is convenient to go in and out. You may wish to travel to the east or the left bank of Paris on the border of the first/second zone of the Metro/RER. There will usually be a relatively inexpensive option.

  • #### Shopping

Paris is the world's top fashion destination. How many fashion-related topics and trends are detonated and fermented from here. Therefore, when you come to Paris, you have to arrange a trip of “shopping”, especially for France. The brand can not only enjoy the cheapest price, but also the tax rebate for tourists. It is definitely a smart choice to buy French goods in Paris.

Urban traffic

Public transport in Paris is developed, and companies such as RATP and SNCF operate the entire Paris metropolitan area. The developed Metro (Metro), RER, Transilien, Bus and Noctilien, as well as the Tramway and the water bus form the Paris bus network.

The Paris Metro is the earliest subway in the world, referred to as M, which has a history of more than 100 years. Although the subway in Paris is slightly worn out, the buskers, fruit stalls and subway posters in the subway are also a Parisian culture. At present, 16 lines in the city, M1-14 (plus 3bis and 7bis) have been opened, and 4 lines (15, 16, 17, 18) in the suburbs have been planned. Each line is marked with different colors to facilitate passengers. Metro M6, you can visit Paris on the subway.

Another special mode of transportation that Paris complements the subway can be called the Inter-Express Express, which runs mainly between the suburbs of Paris. RER is recommended for the two major airports, Disney and Versailles. At present, there are five lines of A, B, C, D, and E. Each line has multiple branches, pay attention to the branch line of the destination. The running time is from 4:30 to 0:30 in the next day, and the peak period is 2 to 3 minutes. Under normal circumstances, each sub-branch is in the direction of 10 to 15 minutes. The operating hours are not extended on weekends and holidays. RER inbounds need to check in, and you need to check in the outbound. Every time you transfer to the subway, you need to check the ticket. The same RER ticket can be transferred to the subway.

There are 9 light rail lines in the Paris area (T6 and T8 are expected to open in 2015). Except for T3a and T3b, the other 7 lines are located in the suburbs of Paris. T7 connects Orly Airport and Metro Line 7. The first bus is 6:30, and the last bus is 0:30 in the morning, usually 10 minutes. The same ticket cannot be transferred to the subway.

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