10 Must Visit Locations in Paris

In the event that you needed to choose ten places, here are the ones you should visit in Paris. Simply ahead and begin to look all starry eyed at!

  1. Eiffel Tower

What might Paris be without its representative Eiffel Tower? Worked by Gustave Eiffel to remember the century of the French Revolution, it is presented at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889. 324 meters high, it is one of the most went to monuments in the world with about 7 million visitors per year.

The primary floor houses the Eiffel Tower 58 which stretches out more than two levels, 58 meters over the ground as its name proposes. On the second floor, the view is the best at 115 meters since you have a jumping view on the ground underneath. At last on the third floor at 275 meters, you can perceive what the office of Gustave Eiffel was. For the more bold one, it is conceivable to utilize the stairs and climb the steps (1,665 to the summit).

The climb of the Eiffel Tower is an absolute necessity to appreciate the magnificent perspective of Paris. Avoid the tremendous lines of the Eiffel Tower and get to the summit with this VIP Eiffel Tower tickets.


Eiffel Tower

   2. Notre Dame Cathedral

One of the most continuing images of Paris: Notre-Dame de Paris, otherwise called Notre Dame, a Roman Catholic cathedral is situated on the eastern portion of the Ile de la Cité. It is widely considered one of the finest cases of French Gothic architecture in France and Europe. Started in 1163 and finished in 1345, this cathedral is a sight with its gateways surrounded by his many sculptures and beasts that enhance the roof.

You may stroll around the cathedral, then go inside and climb the 387 steps to the highest point of the towers. The move to the highest point of the towers can be debilitating, yet you will get a panoramic perspective of the region and see the renowned figures of grotesqueness very close.


Notre-Dame de Paris

     3. Louver Museum

The Louver is the most gone by art museum in the world. Situated in the heart of Paris, this noteworthy building is a previous royal palace, with an area of 210,000 square meters including 60,600 for the exhibitions. The museum is housed in the Louver, initially a stronghold worked in the late twelfth century under Philip II. The remaining parts of the post are obvious in the storm cellar of the museum.

The collection is divided into eight departments:

  • Egyptian antiquities
  • Oriental antiquities
  • Greek, Etruscan and Roman
  • Islamic Art
  • Sculptures of the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Modern Times
  • Objects of art
  • Paintings
  • Realistic arts.

Down to earth Information: The Louver museum is open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., aside from on Tuesdays. Open until 9:45 p.m. on Wednesdays and Fridays.



   4. Champs Elysées/Arc of Triumph

Under the spell of ancient Roman architecture, Napoleon commissioned Jean Chalgrin the design of a triumphal arch dedicated to the transcendence of magnificent armed forces. Worked in the nineteenth century, it is the biggest monument of its kind in the world. Noteworthy sculptures embellish its pillars. In addition, the names of 558 officers and the immense triumphs are engraved on the highest point of the arc. Under the Arc de Triomphe is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of France.

The panoramic patio over the entryway offers a delightful perspective of Paris. 50 meters high, 45 meters wide and 22 meters deep, the Arc de Triomphe is situated on the Place de l’Etoile which prompts the Champs Elysees which is nicknamed “the most wonderful road in the world.” It stands on 1.9 km between Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe. There are numerous extravagance boutiques (Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Guerlain, Montblanc), places of ehntertainment (Lido, silver screens), well known bistros and restaurants.


Arc de Triomphe

  1. Cruise on the Seine

Locate the most ideal approach to visit the “City of Light” getting a charge out of a cruise on the Seine, particularly during the evening. At the point when the sun sets, the monuments are lit gradually. You get a panoramic view to the forefront so you can appreciate the magnificence of Paris: Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Pont Alexandre III and numerous more.You can likewise appreciate a supper cruise on the Seine on board a vessel. For around two hours, you are invited.


Cruising the Seine River in Paris

  1. Montmartre

Montmartre is a slope situated in the north of Paris, 130 meters high, having its name to the encompassing neighborhood. It is best known for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacred Heart, at the best. It was finished in 1919 and honors the French casualties of the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.

In case you’re in the area, do visit the Square of Tertre, few pieces from the Basilica. There are numerous artists setting up their easels to paint tourists or show their work. Place du Tertre is a reminder of the time when Montmartre was the center point of modern art in the mid twentieth century; numerous artists, for example, Amedeo Modigliani, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Vincent van Gogh worked there. The Espace Salvador Dalí, a museum dedicated principally to sculpture and illustrations of the Spanish painter, can be discovered a couple of steps from the Square of Tertre.

The well-known men’s club Moulin Rouge is situated in Montmartre.



  1. Palace of Versailles

The Château de Versailles is the most well known manor in France. Worked in the seventeenth century as an image of military energy of France and as a demonstration of French matchless quality in Europe, Versailles was the seat of political power in the Kingdom of France from 1682 to 1789. This gigantic complex of structures, gardens and patios is definitely an unquestionable requirement for any guest will’s identity enthralled by exceptional accommodations, rich decorations, furniture and gilded works of Renaissance art.

Visit Versailles: you will start by the State Apartments and the well known Hall of Mirrors, the Queen’s chamber. Keep in mind to walk around the well known “French” gardens.


Palace of Versailles

  1. The Latin Quarter – Luxembourg Park

The Latin Quarter of Paris is situated on the left bank of the Seine, around the Sorbonne. Known for its student life, vivacious air and bistros, the Latin Quarter is the home to numerous advanced education institutions, for example, the Ecole Normale Superieure, the Ecole des Mines de Paris or the Ecole Polytechnique. The area takes its name from the Latin dialect, which was once widespread in and around the University since Latin was the international dialect of learning in the Middle Ages.

The Luxembourg park is a private garden open to the public made in 1612 at the demand of Marie de Medicis to go with the Luxembourg Palace. The Parisians affectionately call it the “Luco”. The garden encompasses the Palais du Luxembourg, where the Senate seats. Redesigned by André Le Nôtre, it is exceptionally lovely to stroll around; you will likewise discover a plantation, a few assortments of apples, an apiary and a greenhouse with orchid collection. There are 106 statues, a bronze reduction of the Statue of Liberty and 3 delightful fountains.


Latin Quarter, Paris

  1. Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge is a men’s club known as the otherworldly birthplace of the renowned French Cancan. Situated at the foot of Montmartre slope in the heart of Pigalle, it was worked in 1889 by Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler. At first presented as a romance move, the cancan made conceivable the introduction of the nightclub, now present in numerous nations around the globe. Today, the Moulin Rouge is a tourist attraction, giving amusement to visitors from around the globe.

Its style and its name have been imitated and obtained from other dance club far and wide, Las Vegas, for instance. In addition, many movies have helped the reputation of the men’s club, for example, Baz Luhrmann’s motion picture in 2001, featuring Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor.

Book the Moulin Rouge tickets ahead of time, it offers out amazingly rapidly.


Moulin Rouge

  1. Disneyland Paris

Enthusiasts of Mickey can visit Disneyland Paris which is found 32 km from focal Paris, with a connection to the rural RER A.

Disneyland Paris has two theme parks: Disneyland (with Sleeping Beauty’s manor) and Walt Disney Studios. Top attractions are Space Mountain, It’s a Small World and Big Thunder Mountain.


Disneyland Paris

Featured Image Courtesy:  Jim Nix

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