For some of you, it seems impossible to visit Paris by staying only one night. But we, at Hotel Hor we say NO! Everything is possible ! You can see a lot, believe us.
In just 2 minutes walk, you can take the metro line 4 and get off at Etienne Marcel. Feel free to visit the Centre Georges Pompidou which is located near the metro with contemporary art pieces, including 16 scultpures in the "Fontaine Stravinsky" represented by the famous artist Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle. (Hotel Hor has one of his works: "Nana" by Niki de Saint Phalle).

Then across "la rue du Renard", take la "rue Saint-Merri", which leads you to the oldest streets of Paris. in Le Marais. Le Marais, typical for its unusual architecture, the Jewish quarter with its delicious falafel, the oldest buildings in Paris, full of restaurants, bars, and even a smaller theater Le Point Virgule with its 115 seats.

Continue in the direction of the "Hôtel de ville" and across the Seine, enjoy the beautiful view over the bridges of the Seine. In a few minutes you find yourself right in front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, known in a novel by French writer Victor Hugo, published in 1831.
Not too tired? Want to see more? Let's go...
Come to "Hôtel de Ville"and take the metro line 1 which takes you to the Palais Royal - Louvre Museum, just a few stops nearby. Take CAROUSSEL output. Won! You just exceed all visitors queuing outside to get into the Louvre.

After the visit, we recommend you take the Metro Line 1 and continue until George V (where is Champs Elysee Clemenceau) to walk to the Champs Elysees and its luxury boutiques with the Arc de Triomphe, which dominates the avenue.

Want to see the Eiffel Tower?
Once to the Arc de Triomphe, (metro station: Charles de Gaulle - Etoile) take line 6 of the metro to Trocadero. Here you have an exceptional view of the Eiffel Tower.

To get to the hotel Hor, return to Charles de Gaulle Etoile and change subway line 2 until Barbes Rochechouart and then line 4, a station Gare du Nord. For those who still have energy, go down before a station Barbes Rochechouart in Antwerp, here is the old village of Montmartre. Explore the town and its architecture so original, picturesque alleyways, traditional restaurants adorable and let the painters draw your caricature. On the Mount of Montmartre, there are also"La Basilique du Sacré Coeur", this location offers a view of almost the whole Paris.