The Eiffel Tower is the iconic symbol of Paris, which offers marvelous panoramic views and interactive, educational activities. Consisting of 3 levels, the structure is magnificent when viewed up close and during the night. It operates 365 days a year and you can climb it by stairs or an elevator.
Once a royal palace, the Louvre Museum is the world’s most visited museum, which displays a wide range of famous masterpieces and interesting objects. Its expansive collection of paintings, sculptures, jewelry and decorative art objects takes visitors on a journey around the globe and in time.
The Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most famous cathedrals in the world, featuring grand proportions, marvelous design and beautiful artwork. Due to excellent acoustics, the structure is a venue for classical concerts. Although closed to the public, several holy relics are located here.
Renowned for its Impressionist collection, the Musee d’Orsay is an outstanding museum, which displays exceptional paintings, sculptures and photos. Within its premises, you can find exhibits belonging to Realism, Classicism, Barbizon school and other reputable art movements of the 19th century.
Famous Arc de Triomphe boasts exceptional works of art, marvelous panoramic views over the French capital city and the recognizable design. Besides, you can visit a small museum within the arch. The iconic symbol of Paris inspired the construction of numerous similar structures throughout the world.
The Luxembourg Gardens is a beautiful park, featuring English and French styled gardens, numerous works of art and peaceful atmosphere. The place is beautifully landscaped, with walkways, floral paths and statues of prominent people. It’s ideal for relaxation and is located near the city center.
The Sacred Heart Basilica is a well-known, Byzantine-styled religious structure that defines the Paris’s skyline atop the famous hill of Montmartre. From the base of the structure, you can see the layout of the entire city. The building has huge proportions and is among the top attractions in Paris.
The Seine River, which bisects the city, is a water corridor lined with most top tourist attractions in Paris. The river is a thoroughfare as much as a leisure area, with many water buses and cruisers sailing in both directions. Thus, you can discover much of Paris by following the flow.
The Sainte-Chapelle is an extraordinary religious structure, which is renowned for incredible stained glass windows and the High Gothic style. It is a two-level edificethat boasts the oldest wall painting in Paris, exceptional carvings and narrative of Biblical stories in an interesting manner.
The Palais Garnier is a recognizable landmark of the French capital, taking pride in beautiful architecture, opulent decoration and first-class performances. One of the most elegant venues in Paris is a home of the Paris Opera, boasting the largest stage in Europe and excellent acoustics.
The Musee de l’Orangerie is a small museum displaying works of art by great artists, such as Modigliani, Picasso, Renoir, Rousseau and Cezanne among others. The museum is especially renowned for the display of paintings of the Water- lilies series, painted by an Impressionist artist Claude Monet.
The Pont Alexandre III is the largest and most beautiful bridge in Paris, decorated with works of art symbolizing the alliance between France and Russia. It lies between the Les Invalides on the left and the Grand and Petit Palais on the right bank, and was a marvel of the French industry.
The Champs-Elysees is the most prestigious avenue in the world, lined with numerous high-end stores and a couple of iconic attractions of Paris. The avenue’s restaurants offer fine dining, parks offer a relaxing break and its museums stage great exhibitions. Popular nightclubs are in the area, too. The "Paradise of Heroes" is a shopping zone.
Le Marais is a popular district of Paris, abounding with museums and art galleries, engaging shopping for each budget and an exceptionally beautiful square. Fashionable shops, cozy bars and museums alternate with one another, and the place has many preserved structures from the previous centuries.
The Musee Rodin is a small museum that exhibits a number of marvelous sculptures by a renowned sculptor Auguste Rodin and his associates. The museum is housed in a villa that is a National Monument, which is set in a beautiful pleasure garden. Some artist’s iconic masterpieces are exhibited there.
Montmartre is the artistic district of Paris, which has several big tourist attractions, winding alleys, bars and restaurants and unique vibe. The famous hill is a popular nightlife and shopping area, with shops selling souvenirs and works of art.You can order a portrait of you at the main square.
The Towers of Notre-Dame Cathedral are the main symbol of the building, decorated with many works of art and without spires that adorn other Gothic structures. You can climb the towers and experience some of the best views over Paris from there.
The Saint Germain des Pres Quarter is a shopping area and the bohemian quarter in the center of the city, whose bars are frequented by the intellectuals. Here, you can also visit the oldest church in Paris and the Delacroix Museum, which is devoted to the famous artist.
The Ile de la Cite is the historic center of Paris, a small island that is stuffed with the notable tourist attractions of the French capital. In the past, the Roman buildings were situated here, while today the Notre Dame Cathedral, Sainte-Chapelle and Conciergerie are the top attractions.
The Army Museum has an extensive collection of weapons, military equipment and memorabilia, which make it the largest military museum in the world. The museum displays the history of the warfare and exhibits from different parts of the world are part of its collection.