Truly one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Paris is a place everyone should visit at least once. It is an unforgettable experience to walk around and peruse the art galleries, clothing stores, bookshops, outdoor cafes, and of course some of the most famous museums in the world, such as the Louvre. For a foray into French history, take a train ride to Versailles, the home of Marie-Antoinette, famous cake connoisseur. The Jewish quarter in Paris, known as Le Marais or the Pletzl, has been a Jewish neighborhood for hundreds of years and is today both extremely fashionable and still distinctively Jewish. Kosher restaurants, seforim stores, shuls and shtiebels abound, and around every corner is a uniquely Parisian vista.