Paris. City of love and culture. Unique and inimitable. Bourgeois and aristocratic. Old-fashioned and modern. People say when you see Paris, you can't forget it. Paris is equal and different at the same time. For who sees Paris for the first time, the districts which are not to lose are l'Ile St. Louis and l'Ile de la Citè, the most antique heart of the city, where is worth stopping : Notre Dame, the splendid Gothic Cathedral and the Sainte Chappelle. Le Marais is also not to lose, with its palaces and its steps (the most famous is the Bastiglia) and the museums. On the right side of the Senna, dominated by the modern Forum des Halles (the old food market and today a big Commercial Centre) and from the centre Pompidou (where is the museum of the modern art) there is the Beaubourg, which is always crowded with tourists. And the Tuilleries with the famous and vast Museum of Louvre; St. Germain des Prés on the left side of the Senna; the "Quartier Latin" with the Sorbona (one of the oldest University) and the Pantheon.; Montparnasse; la Tour Eiffel; the famous Champs Elysées (from Place de la Concorde till the Place de l'Etoile); l'Opera; Pigalle with its Moulin Rouge (the cabaret theatre famous for its dancers) and Montmartre, the famous artists' district.