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19 BEST Things to Do in Paris + How to | 2023

You know you need to see the Eiffel Tower, Louvre, and Versailles, but this round-up also shows you how to do them in the most exclusive line-skipping ways. On top of that, we’ve included free attractions and must-see parks such as the Luxembourg Gardens which is magical at one particular time of the day. These are the top things to do in Paris from the people who know the city best!

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Top 19 Things To Do in Paris

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5 Gardens & Parks

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19 Things to Do

19. Indulge at a Great Wine Bar

It’s no mystery that the libation of choice in France is the nectar of the gods: wine. When I was in Paris, I found a small interesting wine bar known as Chez Nous and fell in love with it. Why?

First of all, they don’t feature a menu. You tell the waiters what you’re looking for and your budget and they go to work. They have a great wine selection and plates that will make your taste buds come alive. The food and wine are from all over, not just France, which makes for a very eclectic sit-down.

You may be a wine connoisseur or new to the world of wine—either way, this is a great option. They’ll walk you through couture wine options, which could turn you onto a new producer you hadn’t heard about. I consider myself a wine snob and was shocked when I did not recognize the three wines we tried, which is the way I like it!

Not ready to book a food tour? Check out our Paris Guide for more resources.

18. Visit the Palais Garnier Opera House

Garnier Opera House in Paris, France

Paris’ opera house is an awe-inspiring monument that is largely skipped over by tourists. Built during the mid to late 1800s, it isn’t hard to understand why this was the place to be seen at the height of its popularity. The interior of the opera house is filled with rich decoration and excessive ornamentation—think gold everywhere!

Guided and unguided tours are available, but if you really want to learn all the history of this amazing place, make sure to stick with a guide. Who knows, you might even catch a glimpse of the famous Phantom of the Opera.

17. Walk Through Place des Vosges in Le Marais

Place des Vosges is one of the most beautiful squares in Le Marais or even Paris. If you heard someone describe it as a, “small park completely enclosed by four walls of houses that look exactly the same as one another,” you may not really want to go there!

Obviously, you could describe it much better than that. They aren’t just houses that look exactly the same as one another, they’re some of the most beautiful buildings in all of Paris. If you happened into this square without knowing anything about it, you’d most definitely know you were somewhere special.

Not ready to book a tour? Check out our Paris Guide for more resources.

16. Visit the Beaches of Normandy

The beaches of Normandy and Pointe du Hoc bunker are synonymous with World War II and visiting them in-person puts things into perspective. The beaches are in no way “close” to Paris. Considering their importance, however, many people make the pilgrimage if they have an extra day in Paris.

It is around a 3 hour drive and there are lots of things to see along the way including some pretty amazing cider (beer) breweries. We offer a great full-day trip to the “D-Day” beaches of Normandy, which includes transportation and lunch. You’ll visit Omaha Beach, Utah Beach, Pointe du Hoc, and make a stop for cider! We also offer this as a private tour with an additional price tag!

Not ready to book a tour? Check out our best Paris tours to take and why.

15. Visit Daniel Buren’s Columns in Palais Royal

Ever heard Jack Johnson sing that famous line, “pave paradise and put up a parking lot.” Well, Paris must have an extended version, “after you put up a parking lot call a famous artist and make it a monumental modern art installation.”

Would a park full of trees be more beautiful? You decide when you go to Paris and visit Palais Royal. Inside there is a courtyard, free to enter, where you’ll find 260 marble-painted columns. It’s a cool site and definitely an interesting photo!

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Royal Louvre Palace Tour with Mona Lisa & Crown Jewels

The Louvre is the largest art museum on Earth and the crowning jewel of Paris, which is why it’s on everyone’s bucket list. Don’t be left out of an incredible opportunity! Join a passionate guide for a tour of the most famous artwork at the Louvre. Skip-the-line admissions included.

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Skip-the-Line Palace of Versailles and Gardens Tour from Paris

Versailles isn’t that difficult to get to by train, but why stress over the logistics? Meet a local guide in central Paris who will purchase your train tickets and ensure you get off at the right stop. Then enjoy a guided tour of the palace and the unforgettable gardens. Skip-the-line admissions included to the palace and gardens.

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Not ready to book a tour? Check out our Paris Guide for more resources.

14. Dive Deep into Impressionism at the Musée d’Orsay

In any other city, the Musée d’Orsay would be the must-see mega attraction but in Paris, the Louvre undoubtedly casts a shadow! That said, visiting this impressionist gallery may be the highlight of your entire trip. Why?

The gallery is home to some of the world’s greatest artists that re-shaped the canvas of the modern art scene. Influential artists like Van Gogh, Monet, Cezanne, and more are all featured in this renovated train station. There are lots of great works of art from mega-famous artists that you’ll likely recognize such as:

  • Card Players by Paul Cezanne
  • Bal Moulin Galette by Renoir
  • Luncheon on the Grass by Manet
  • Starry Night by Van Gogh

For a complete list with a description, read our article on the top things to see at Musée d’Orsay! If you want to maximize your experience, book a private Musée d’Orsay tour, which will take the guesswork out of booking and deep-dive you into the history, anecdotes, and art with a passionate guide.

Not ready to book a tour? Find out how to visit the Musée d’Orsay.

13. Explore Les Passages Couverts

Best Shopping in Paris Galerie Vivienne, Paris

Les Passages Couverts are beautiful covered passageways with glass ceilings in the Galerie Vivienne department store. These were some of the first modern department stores and honestly, things have gone downhill from there.

You can walk through these beautiful works of art and window shop, which almost always leads to real shopping and spending money. For more shopping tips, read our article on the best shopping in Paris.

12. Visit the Louvre with a Guide

The Louvre is the world’s largest museum and home to the very fabric of western civilization, which makes it incredibly important to society. Licensed tour guides of Paris and the Louvre study their entire lives in tribute to the great artists, sculptors, and even warlords that have molded our society.

Joining a guided tour allows you to dive below the surface of the artwork to really understand the thoughts and feelings of these world-famous artists. It adds so much to the experience of visiting the Louvre and will definitely make your trip more memorable.

Our small group Louvre walking tours have received thousands of five-star reviews and we offer them at many different price points to meet every budget!

Not ready to book a tour? Find out if a Louvre Museums tour is worth it.

11. Les Duex Magots

Les Deux Magots

You may pony up a little more than you wanted to for your drink, but sitting and having a drink at Les Duex Magots or Le Procope is a right of passage in Paris. Each café is on the ritzy Boulevard Saint-Germain and both are emblematic of what a french café or bistro should be.

You will immediately have something in common with almost everyone who has visited Paris as these two spots are popular! Your drinks won’t taste much different than anywhere else—but these places are more about their history and service.

10. Visit the Sainte-Chapelle Chapel

The Sainte Chapelle (Holy Chapel) in Paris, France. The Sainte Chapelle is a royal medieval Gothic chapel in Paris and one of the most famous monuments of the city

Sainte-Chapelle is a royal chapel built in the Gothic style. While the architecture of the building is admirable, the real star is its 1,113 stained glass windows. The windows measure 49 feet (15 meters) and depict scenes from the Old and New Testaments.

Even on a cloudy day, when the sunlight that comes through the chapel windows is limited, the stained glass is stunning. Sainte-Chapelle is only about a five-minute walk to Notre Dame Cathedral, so kill two birds with one stone and visit both beauties one right after the other.

9. Take a Tour of the Paris Catacombs

Paris Catacombs Tour

Did you know that underneath the City of Light there are tunnels full of bones? The Catacombs of Paris might seem a little spooky or gross, but they are a fascinating part of Parisian history.

One of the best things to do in Paris is to tour the creatively-stacked tunnels. Containing the bones of over six million people, the Paris catacombs are officially the world’s largest grave.

Going on a skip-the-line Paris Catacombs tour is your best option if you don’t want to risk waiting a long time to get in. However, if you want to go it alone, the Catacombs also offer audio guides.

Not ready to book a tour? Find out if a Paris Catacombs tour is worth it.

8. Visit Montmartre and a Vineyard in Paris

Yes, there is a vineyard in the center of Paris. Vignes du Clos is likely the smallest vineyard in the entire world and it’s right in Montmartre.

The vineyard is not owned by a rich family or a business. It is owned by the 18th arrondissement, which is referred to as Montmartre. Vignes du Clos is basically a park that produces local wine and uses the proceeds for social initiatives. It’s a beautiful way to bring the local Parisian community together around something as sacred as wine.

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Privileged Access Eiffel Tour with Champagne on the Seine

Sometimes the most amazing moments happen by chance. Other times, they are orchestrated by professionals. Our Eiffel tower tour cruises by the famed monument as it lights up and you drink champagne. After, you’ll have tickets to enter the tower and ascend to the 2nd level with an elevator. Admissions included and we’ll take care of the details… you simply pay and show up!

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Le Marais Paris Food Tour with Champagne & Local French Food!

Embark on a culinary journey in Le Marais, one of the hippest neighborhoods in Paris. Enjoy a feast of French cheese, street food, boeuf bourguignon and crème brûlée, and more. This three-hour food tour combines the best of Paris’ culinary heritage.

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Not ready to book a tour? Check out our Paris Guide for more resources.

7. Eat at La Maison Rose

Before or after you pop into the tiny vineyard above, you should grab a bite to eat at La Maison Rose. The two stops combined will make you feel like you are in a small wine-producing village outside of Paris that just happens to have a killer view of Paris!

6. Explore the Parks and Gardens of Paris

Jardins du Luxembourg in Paris, France

A favorite Parisian pastime is to flâner, or to stroll about aimlessly. So why not use this excuse to act like a local and check out Paris’ parks and gardens?

Among the city’s most manicured and impressive gardens are the Tuileries Gardens next to the Louvre museum and the Luxembourg Gardens in the sixth arrondissement (featured photo). This is definitely one of the more romantic things to do in Paris but it can be anything you want it to be.

If you’re looking to escape fellow tourists, head to the Buttes Chaumont park in northeastern Paris, where locals go to enjoy great views of the city and relax. Paris takes great pride in its green spaces and considers them gems, so taking some time to enjoy them is definitely one of the best things to do in Paris. Check out our post on the top gardens and parks in Paris for more options.

5. Take a Trip To the Château de Versailles

Palace of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles is undoubtedly one of Paris’ most visited attractions for good reason. While revolutionaries might have ousted the last kings and queens of France, we’re glad they left this magnificent piece of architecture unscathed.

Retrace the footsteps of historical figures like Marie Antoinette and admire the grandeur of the former royal palace. In the Hall of Mirrors, beautiful chandeliers reflect in over 300 mirrors.

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When you visit the palace, make sure you visit the enchanting Gardens of Versailles. The meticulously-manicured gardens occupy a total area of almost 2,000 acres. Destinations like Versailles are brimming with history, gossip, and stories.

Check out our Versailles small group tour for a great tour at a great price. The line at Versailles is also crazy long for at least eight months of the year, so you’ll appreciate the skip-the-line access. See our posts on the top things to see in Versailles and how to visit Versailles for more inspiration.

Not ready to book a tour? Find out if a Versailles tour is worth it.

4. Walk Through Montmartre

Where to Eat Montmartre and sacre Coeur

Sometimes described as a village because of its winding streets and small-town feel, Montmartre is a neighborhood in Paris perched on a hilltop in the northern part of the city. Make sure you pay a visit to the Sacre Coeur Basilica, an often-overlooked religious monument.

Rather than mapping out every detail of your visit, get off at a nearby metro station (Anvers or Abbesses) and wander your way through the streets of Montmartre. This is the best way to get a feel for this charming neighborhood. Our Paris in a Day tour covers Montmartre as well as Notre Dame, the Louvre, and the Eiffel Tower.

Not ready to book a tour? Check out our best Paris tours to take and why.

3. Join a Food Tour in Paris

Food Tour Paris La Marais

Paris is one place where you should definitely indulge in local cuisine. You might have heard people say that bread tastes better in France, and it’s not a myth. Food is the key to every culture and the French believe they know the key to food.

Their belief may or may not be true, but their passion for the culinary arts is unmistakable and definitely admirable. You can witness this for yourself in many ways, but we believe the best way is to join a food tour—and ours is the best!

Why? We have tested many food tours in Paris and most did not enter a single restaurant. Our food tour goes to 4 or more locations and includes a sit-down dinner, crepes (salty), and a wine and cheese bar, which is really cool! Not to mention it’s in the trendy Le Marais district of Paris! Take a look at out our Le Marais food tour in Paris. Also, check out our article on the best Patisserie in Paris.

Not ready to book a tour? Check out our Paris Guide for more resources.

2. Stroll through a Parisian Food Market

Market stall with fresh spring season vegetables at Parisian street farmers market. White asparagus, tomatoes, cucumbers.

One of the best things to do in Paris is to take in some of the local culture by visiting a neighborhood market. Located in the upper Marais neighborhood, the Marché des Enfants Rouges is Paris’ oldest covered market.

If an outdoor market seems more up your alley, visit the Marché d’Aligre in the 12th arrondissement. This bustling market offers pretty much anything you can think of, and behind the market, there are multiple specialty food stores that are fun to explore.

While our Le Marais food tour does not go to a vegetable market, it does take you through most of the quintessential French dishes. Oysters, cheese, crepes, a hot entry, and more! Wine and champagne included!

1. Watch the Eiffel Tower Twinkle at Night

Cityscape of Paris France - Eiffel Tower at night lit up

Pretty much everyone will plan to see the Eiffel Tower at some point during their trip to Paris. And while it might seem obvious that the Eiffel Tower lights up at night, did you know that every evening the Eiffel Tower twinkles for five minutes every hour on the hour?

It’s a magical sight, and it’s even better when you’re standing close to the tower. The time the ‘twinkling’ starts depends on the time of year you’re visiting, since it begins after sundown.

You’ll hear exclamations of “ooh!” and “ah!” when the twinkling begins—it will take your breath away! We also run tours of the Eiffel Tower with a Siene river cruise included.

31 Best Places To Visit In Paris For A Dreamy Vacation In 2022!

Places To Visit In Paris

Paris is a picturesque dream destination. Spread over the banks of Seine River in Northern France, it stands out for being one of those glitzy metropolises of the world. Its cityscape sparkles with iconic architecture of historical monuments and vintage palaces, art museums, cathedrals, expansive landscaped gardens, and stylish shopping hubs. The fascinating points of interests, defining the timeless beauty of Paris, dazzle a frequent visitor as much as they amaze a first-timer. It is because of all these spectacular places to visit in Paris that it is considered to be one of the most beautiful places on the face of the planet. A visit to Paris can give you a whole new travel experience.

The iconic Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Art Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Paris Fashion Week, French Open Grand Slam and Tour de France are some of the extremely popular and exciting attractions that attract couples, families, historians and photographers to visit Paris from all over the world. These are the places that holds the true beauty and the glamour of the city. To put it in other words missing out one these places will make your trip to Paris an incomplete one.

Of all these sites and events, here is a list of 15 picture-perfect places to visit in Paris, France. Tourist spots, as you may call them, that will take your breath away and will stay etched in your memory till you visit them again!

31 Places To Visit In Paris, France

Paris is one destination that no traveller can resist visiting, be it for its fashion week, or simply roaming around in the flashy streets and the places to visit in Paris will be exciting if you are trying the various delicacies which will be an extraordinary experience in this city. Read on to know what all awaits you!

1. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

Among all the best places in Paris t he first thing that pops in our head when talking about the city, is the Eiffel Tower, one of the most popular places to go in Paris. Named after engineer Gustave Eiffel, Eiffel Tower is a lattice tower made of wrought iron and is considered to be the most important places to see in Paris. Built in 1889 as the main doorway to World Fair, it is now a cultural icon of not only Paris but entire France. The tallest structure in Paris – 1063 feet tall with 3 levels open for visitors – tops the list of must see tourist attractions in Paris. The first two floors have restaurants and shops while the top level boasts of the most magnificent and best bird’s eye view of Paris.

This is a place that is worth visiting. This is a place where you can have a completely different experience. It is not only one of the topmost tourist attractions in the city but it also one of the most beautiful places in the whole world. Without visiting this place your Paris trip remains incomplete. Make sure that you have enough time while visiting this place.

Don’t miss: A fabulous view of Paris from the transparent new first floor and second floor, Eiffel Tower Shops for souvenirs, and exotic dine and wine at Le 58 tour Eiffel and Le Jules Verne
Opening hours: Mid June to early September: 9 am to 12 midnight and Rest of the year: 9:30 am to 11:30 pm
Entry fee: Entry Fee to Eiffel tower for kids below 4 years is free. Rest of rates are as follows:
Lift Entrance upto 2nd Floor – INR 861 (€11,00) for adults, €8,50 for children (12-24) years, €4,00 for children ( 4-11) years, differently abled and French job seekers
Lift Entrance upto Top Floor – €17,00 for adults, €14,50 for children (12-24) years, €8,00 for children ( 4-11) years, differently abled and French job seekers
Stair Entrance upto 2nd Floor – €7,00 for adults, €50 for children (12-24) years, €3,00 for children ( 4-11) years, differently abled and French job seekers

2. The Louvre

The Louvre

Situated in the heart of the city, Louvre is the most visited and most popular art museum and gallery in the entire world. It is also amongst the most beautiful places to visit in Paris. Spread over sprawling 21,000 hectares, this museum is located in a royal fort, also called the Louvre. The relics of the same are still visible in the basement area.

As one of the most crowded tourist places to see in Paris, this lavish and exotic museum is divided into several sections – Egyptian antiquities, oriental antiquities, Islamic art, Greek and Roman art, paintings, objects of art, sculptures of medieval period, and graphic art to name a few.

Don’t miss: Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Michelangelo’s Dying Slave, Lamassus, and Great Sphinx of Tanis
Opening hours: 9 am to 10: 30 pm on Wednesday and Friday and rest of the days from 9 am to 6 pm. It is closed on Tuesday.
Entry fee: €12

3. Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame is a famous and beautiful Roman Catholic cathedral – one of the top places to visit in Paris. The Gothic style architecture, the amazing sculptures and gargoyles fascinate every traveler. Its beauty lies in its ruins and domed roof. f you want to witness the beautiful architecture in Paris then this the place to be. The place has a unique charm to itself which is simply hard to ignore. No wonder the place is treated as one of the most visited places in Paris.

Local guides reminisce and impart tales about different points of interests. Small shops and eateries in the neighborhood see heavy inflow of tourists, just because of traveler’s piqued interest in the Cathedral. The place has a lot to offer so make sure that you are ready for a great experience at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Don’t miss: Superb architecture and wood carvings of internal décor, ‘Parvis de Notre Dame’- the front court and statute of Bas Relief and Jeanne D’Arc (Joan of Arc)
Opening hours: 8 am to 6:45 pm
Entry fee: None

4. Arc De Triomphe

Arc De Triomphe

Built in the honor of imperial army in the 19th century, Arch of Triumph is an excellent structure and one of the famous places in Paris. The amazing sculptures, pillar carvings and engraved victory tales on the arc are the elements of beauty here. The beauty of the place lies in its beautiful architecture. It is guaranteed that you are sure to get mesmerized by the amazing architecture of the place. It is because of its a beautiful architecture that the place is so popular among the tourists. Throughout the year thousands of tourists visit the place. Make sure that you check the place on your list.

Don’t miss: Tomb of Unknown Soldier of France and breath-taking view of Paris city from the panoramic terrace
Opening hours: April to September: 10 am to 11 pm and October to March: 10 am to 10:30 pm. It is closed on Monday.
Entry fee: € 8

5. Montmartre


Montmartre is a hillock located north of Paris. Known for white-domed Basilica and the bustling Square of Tertre, this highland attracts plethora of tourists, thus qualifying as one of the best places to visit in Paris. This cross road always has painters and sculptors creating fascinating creations inspired by their surroundings. In fact, Montmartre has been an inspiration to many eminent artists like Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh and Amedeo Modigliani in the past. This is truly a paradise for all the art lovers out there. If you wish to witness beautiful artworks in the city of Paris then this is the place to be. Witness the great artwork around the place and get inspired by it.

Don’t miss: Basilique du Sacré-Coeur, Musée du Montmartre, Place des Abbesses, Espace Dalí and Bateau-Lavoir: A Famous Artists’ Atelier
Opening hours: May to September – 8:30 am to 8 pm and October to April – 9 am to 5:30 pm
Entry fee: None. Charges needs to be paid for audio and video guide.

6. Palace Of Versailles

The rich and exemplary interior of Glass House in Palace of Versailles at display

Built as an emblem of French Supremacy, Palace of Versailles is one of the most popular world heritage and cool places to visit in Paris. This gigantic and awesome structure boasts of landscaped gardens, exotic décor, amazing terrace and charming display of artwork of the Renaissance era. This amazing place as listed as a World Heritage Site for 30 years. This is also considered to be one of the greatest achievements of the 17th French art. The palace today contains over 2,300 rooms each of which is designed in a unique way. The magnificence of the palace is truly hard to ignore.

Don’t miss: Hall of Mirrors, Museum of the History of France, Garden, Queen’s Chamber, Chapelle, Royale, The Grand Trianon and Musical Fountain Shows
Opening hours: 9 am to 6:30 pm
Entry fee: €18 or €25 on the days of the Musical Fountains and Garden shows

7. Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier is a famous opera house in Paris

Palais Garnier is an age old opera house in Paris, formerly known as Salle des Capucines. Often referred to as Opéra Garnier, this was the chief centre of Paris Opera – a famous group of opera artists in the city. Presently it mainly stages mesmerising ballet shows. The mesmerising and pretty wooden carvings, paintings and artwork displayed in main façade, stairway, stage fly tower, grand foyer and pavilions make it major Paris points of interest.

Don’t miss: Salon du glacier, Foyers, Bassin de la Pythie, and Grand Escalier, The Auditorium, the library and any one of the magnificent ballet performances.
Opening hours: 10 am to 4.30 pm from September to June and 10 am to 5:30 pm from July to August
Entry fee: €9

8. Quartier Latin

Quartier Latin

Located on the bank of Seine, Quartier Latin tops the list of must-see tourist attractions in Paris. It houses many renowned educational institutions like Ecole des Mines de Paris, Schola Cantorum, Ecole Polytechnique and Ecole Normale Superieure. Luxembourg Park is the private landscape garden surrounding the Senate House known as Palais du Luxembourg, known for picturesque fountains. The garden also hosts many sports championships including championship of France Tennis.

Don’t miss: The beautifully landscaped garden, apple orchards, Medici fountain, the Orangerie and the Pavillon Davioud and bronze made miniature of Statue of Liberty
Opening hours: 7 am to 1 hour prior to sunset in summer and 8 am to 1 hour before sunset in winter.
Entry fee: None

9. Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge

As the birthplace of French Cancan, Moulin Rouge is a vintage and classic cabaret venue, located at the base of Montmartre highland. Formerly a seat for courtship dance, Moulin Rouge now is a nicely decorated and extravagant cabaret house. And of course, one of the most fascinating Paris tourist places. The well illuminated building, sizzling music and romantic décor makes it one of the best places to go in Paris at night. Also, if you’re looking for unusual places to visit in Paris, France, this might top some of the travelers’ lists.

Don’t miss: A superb and exhilarating cabaret performance.
Opening hours: 9 pm to 1 am
Entry fee: €9

10. Disneyland


A vibrant, colourful, cheerful and always bustling amusement park – Disneyland is one of the immensely popular tourist destinations and best places to visit in Paris. Disneyland in Paris is not only popular among kids but also among adults.

Originally known as Euro Disney Resort, this one of the most famous places to visit in Paris is known for super fun rides, shows, animation movies, rallies and exciting moments of meeting your favourite characters. From exploring the Disney arcade, roaming in horse drawn street vehicles, discovering ‘the little word’ to visiting the princess pavilion or clicking with favourite characters like mickey or pooh- the list has it all. If you are looking forward to spend a fun-filled day with your kids in Paris then this is the place to be.

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Don’t miss: The galore of thrilling and super fun rides like Crush’s Coaster, Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast, Autopia, Arcade Beat’em Disney Animation, Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups, Dumbo the Flying Elephant and Orbitron , Disney parade and fireworks and crazy selfies with your favourite Disney character.
Opening hours: 10 am to 11 pm
Entry fee: Ticket for one day costs £36.00 for adults and £30.00 for kids. Besides daily tickets, there are annual passes and holiday packages. To know more click here.

11. Place De La Concorde

Place De La Concorde

Place de la Concorde is the largest square in France built in honour of King Louis XV’s recovery. This is considered as one of popular points of interest in Paris. Initially there was a statue of the king. But later the statute was replaced by a statute of freedom known as Liberté. Presently the square surrounding the statue of the king is a busy and bustling one decorated with fountains and other figures.

Don’t miss: Luxor Obelisk, Fontaine des Mers and Fontaine des Fleuves
Opening hours: Throughout the day
Entry fee: None

12. Sainte-Chapelle

The colorful Gothic architecture of roof at Sainte-Chapelle - one of the most charming places to visit in Paris

As a perfect and glorious example of Gothic style architecture, Sainte-Chapelle was the former residence of king of France. It is now a beautiful Chappelle with marvellous décor and display. A restored national historic monument, it is mostly visited by history enthusiasts and photographers, and is considered as one of the most charming places to visit in Paris. Today, the place is one of the most popular places to visit in the city. The Chappelle is known to house several Christian relics which includes the Christ’s thorn acquired by Saint Louis. You can witness all of these precious possessions only at the Sainte Chapelle.

Don’t miss: Christ’s Crown of Thorns, Fragments of the Cross and the mind blowing décor of the Chappelle with colourful stained glass and wood carvings.
Opening hours: 9:30 am to 6 pm
Entry fee: €10

13. Centre Pompidou

Centre Pompidou

Located at the Beaubourg area, Centre Georges Pompidou is a fascinating and complex structure designed with superb intelligence and expertise. Also known as Pompidou Centrefv, this building houses a library, a museum and centre for music and acoustic research. It is also the venue for several renowned exhibitions of France, organised every year. The collection of vintage as well as contemporary art here is truly amazing.

Don’t miss: Public information library and museum of modern art. Do not miss the enthralling sunrise and dusk at Georges- the rooftop bar and restaurant.
Opening hours: 11 am to 10 pm
Entry fee: €10

14. Musee D’Orsay

Musee D’Orsay

Musee d’Orsay is one of the most popular museums of Paris, displaying some magnificent artwork and sculptures. Paintings of eminent artists like Berthe Morisot, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Eugène Carrière and Johan Barthold Jongkind etc are put up here for visitors. The place is a hot favourite amongst art enthusiasts, culture followers and history buffs. And truly one among the most famous tourist places in Paris.

Don’t miss: Georges Seurat, The Circus, Auguste Renoir, Bal du Moulin de la Galette, Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet and Auguste Renoir.
Opening hours: 9:30 am to 6 pm on all days and till 9 pm on Thursday. The place is called on Mondays.
Entry fee: None

15. Sacre-Coeur


Popularly known as Sacré-Coeur Basilica, this is located on the upland of Montmartre and is one of the most gorgeous tourist places in Paris. Reflecting Romano-Byzantine features, this Basilica has immense spiritual significance. The portico, arches and walls show off nationalist themes while the garden area for meditation and fountain are perfect for solemn serenity and mental peace. Use of camera is strictly banned inside the basilica.

Don’t miss: Roman-Byzantine style architecture, mosaic (read the largest mosaic in France) designed ceiling and 360-degree view of France from the top of the dome.
Opening hours: 6 am to 10:30 pm
Entry fee: €5

16. Tuileries Garden

Tuileries Garden

This is yet another place that is worth visiting in Paris. Located next to Louvre, this is a beautiful place to visit in the city. Majority of the visitors visit the garden to enjoy the afternoon sun while gazing at the French formal garden design. The garden has a beautiful view which is going to calm your mind. If you wish to spend some quality time with your loved ones then this is the place to be. The garden also has a small amusement park which is a perfect spot for you to enjoy with your kids. This place is ideal for travelers on vacation with their families. When in Paris, you must visit this wonderful place once.

Location: 113 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Timings: 7 am to 9 pm
Things to do: You can have a lovely time in the garden or enjoy with your kids in the amusement park inside the garden.

17. Musée De L’Orangerie

Musée De L

Image Source If you are an art lover then this is the ideal destination for you in the city of Paris. This impressionist art gallery is located in the west corner of the Tuileries Garden. The gallery is mainly known for hosting the eight water lilies murals by Monet. Other than that you can also enjoy viewing other masterpieces by famous artists like Picasso and Renoir. Art happens to be an important part of the French countryside and therefore, there is every need for you to visit this beautiful art gallery. Visiting Paris and not exploring any art gallery basically makes your trip an incomplete one. So make sure that you squeeze in some time to visit this wonderful art gallery in Paris.

Location: Jardin Tuileries, 75001 Paris, France
Timings: 9 am to 6 pm
Entry Fee: 9 Euros

18. Pantheon


Located in the dynamic Latin Quarter houses is a crypt that contains the tombs of famous French figures. Tombs of Victor Hugo, Marie Curie and Voltaire are contained at this place. This is one of the most important places to visit in Paris. By visiting this place you also get to explore the surrounding of the Latin Quarter. Latin Quarter is basically a lively student neighborhood which is mainly known for bookstores, bistros and cheerful cafes. You can explore all of these by visiting this place.

Location: Paris, France
Things to do: Explore the place and the tombs. You can also enjoy some quality time at the numerous cafes and restaurants located in and around the area.

19. Jardin Du Luxembourg

Jardin du Luxembourg

Located on the left bank of River Seine, the Luxembourg Park is a beautiful place to visit in Paris. The place has a charm of its own which never fails to impress its visitors. If you are a sucker of beautiful views then this is the place to be. The place is ideal for a family picnic. The lush green surroundings of the place are the best way to take a break from the busy life of the city. The serene beauty of the place is going to provide you with relief from the hustling and bustling city life. If you wish to spend a nice cozy afternoon with your loved ones then you can very well visit this place. Inside the park is the Palais du Luxembourg which too worth a visit. Overall, this is a great place to spend some quality time with your family.

Location: 75006 Paris, France
Timing: 7 am to one hour before sunset
Entry Fee: None

20. Saint Germain Des Pres

Saint Germain Des Pres

This place is too located along the River Seine. This Parisian neighborhood is mainly known for its galleries, upscale shops, trendy cafes, and restaurants. The place has a lot of things to offer. If you are to visit this place make sure that you spend a full day here. You can explore a lot of things in the area. You can enjoy a nice cozy time in one of the cafes or restaurants in the area after long hours of exploration. Visitors should also be informed that the place is also famous for it’s thriving nightlife. So if you want to have a memorable night in Paris then this is the place to be. In short, this is one of the must-visit places in the city of Paris.

21. Musee Picasso

Musee Picasso

Musee Picasso or the Picasso Museum is one of the most visited museums in Paris. The main attraction of the museum lies in the fact that it houses more than 5000 works along with tens of thousands of archives pieces. All of these pieces are known to demonstrate the creative process of the Spanish cubist master Pablo Picasso. If you are an art lover and have always been admiring the work of Picasso then this is a must-visit place for you. You can also explore the different artworks of the artist. Starting from drawing to sculpture to engraving, you can view it all in here. The museum is known to have a unique collection of works of the great artist. If you wish to see the whole works of Pablo Picasso then this is the place to be. By visiting this place you also get to learn a lot about the artist as well.

Location: 5 Rue de Thoringy, 75003 Paris, France
Timings: 9:30 am to 6 pm
Entry Fee: 12.50 euros, entry is free on the first Sunday of every month.

22. Musee Rodin

Musee Rodin

Located in central Paris, Musee Rodin is yet another must-visit museum in Paris. This particular museum is dedicated to the French sculptor Auguste Rodin. In the museum, you can witness some of his extraordinary works including The Kiss, The Thinker and The Gates of Hell. This is a place where you are guaranteed to get amazed by the works of the great sculptor. If you are someone who loves to appreciate art then this is the place for you. You can explore plenty of great works in the museum. This is a good way to learn about the art of sculpting in Paris.

Location: 77 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
Timings: 10 am to 5:45 pm
Entry Fee: 12 Euros

23. Le Marais

Le Marais

This is a place where you can explore plenty of things. The medieval streets of Le Marais are worth a visit. The place is filled with unique small shops, hip cafes, trendy galleries and restaurants. It can be said that this is a neighborhood of great interests where you can have a great time with your loved ones. This is actually a must –visit place for all the visitors. The place is known to have an Avant-garde reputation. If you want to spend a cozy afternoon in Paris then this is the ideal destination for you. So make sure that you don’t skip out this place from your list.

Things to do: Enjoy the numerous shops and cafes located at the place.

24. Galeries Lafayette


If you want to have the ultimate shopping experience in Paris then there is no other place that can be better than the Galeries Lafayette. The dazzling galleries of Lafayette feel nothing less than a paradise for the all the shopping lovers. The place is located in the posh Opera neighborhood. The grand department store is known to feature 3 blocks of buildings. This is the place where you can explore the shops of some of the top most brands in France. The big brands that you can explore include Hermes, Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Other than that you can also get other brands as well. You can also visit the last floor in order to have a great view of the city. In short, this is a place which is worth visiting in the city of Paris. If you want to have some luxury experience then this is the place to be.

Location: Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, France
Timings: 9:30 am to 8:30 pm

25. Catacombs Of Paris


This is yet another world-famous destination to explore in Paris. The significance of the place lies in the fact that it holds a huge collection of bones and ossuaries under the city. The place was formed in the 18th century when the overpopulation of the cemeteries was a rising problem. More than 6 million people were moved to the ossuary. The place is really worth visiting. If you want to experience something unique on your trip then this is the place to visit. Here you can witness whole underground tunnels and caves filled with bones and skulls. This place is an ideal a spot for all the adventure lovers.

Location: 1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris, France
Timings: 10 am to 8:30 pm

26. Seine River

Cruise boat on the Seine under Alexandre III bridge in Paris

Amongst the most beautiful and popular places to visit in Paris, Seine River is also known as the heart of Paris. The river is 777 km long is the major source of water in the city. While there’s not much to do at the river, there’s definitely a lot to see around the banks of the river.

Timings: NA
Entry Fee: Free

27. Île De La Cité

Île de la Cité shortly before sunrise, West View

The very center of Paris, this island is one of the only two remaining isles in Paris. This is the place where the original Parisian tribes founded the city. There are only 981 residents in the area since only the northeast and western region of the island is inhabited. There are many canon’s houses in the area, all developed by in 16th century. There is a memorial here for the people who were deported from Vichy to Nazi concentration camps during WW2- Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation.

Don’t miss: Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation.

28. Musée Jacquemart-André

Musée Jacquemart-André

This museum, under the wing of Institut de France, is a privately-curated museum in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. The museum has 5 parts and was designed by the famous French architect, Henri Parent. Before being turned into a museum, it was the residence of Édouard André and his wife, a famous society painter, Nélie Jacquemart. They collected famous art pieces their entire lives and put them up here for the world to see.
Don’t miss: Paintings by Sandro Botticelli, Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin Neri di Bicci, Rembrandt, Pietro Perugino and many more.

Opening hours: 10 am–6 pm; Be here at least 30 mins before it shuts down.
Entry fee: Between € 7–11

29. Le Manoir De Paris

Le Manoir de Paris

Image Source Do you like the idea of haunted houses? Then you will love Le Manoir de Paris. Spread around 1000m², it is one best places to visit in Paris at night. The 30 artists who work here bring 14 Parisian legends to life – most of which are based on facts. The 23 rooms offer stories of horror told in 5 levels of fearfulness that visitors can choose from. There are 3 animatronics, a rabid dog and a garish gargoyle added to the fleet of “horror” objects.
Don’t miss: The dark night which is held on Halloween, Valentine’s Day, Christmas and every Friday 13th

Opening hours: 6 pm to 10 pm; Open only on weekends. (Fri-Sun)
Entry fee: Adults 29€, 10 to 15 years old 20€ and Fast Pass at 37€

30. Louis Vuitton Foundation

Louis Vuitton Foundation

Owned by the LVMH group, the main aim of the Louis Vuitton Foundation is to promote art and culture. It is one of the places you have to visit in Paris, not only because of the fancy label but because of its incredible design as well. Situated on the Mahatma Gandhi Avenue in Paris, it is one of the places you should not miss out on when in Paris.

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Don’t miss: There are 11 galleries in the building, all of which are of different dimensions. You can also check out the huge auditorium that can seat about 350 people
Opening hours: 11am–8pm
Entry fee: € 2.00

31. Pont Alexandre III Bridge

Pont Alexandre III Bridge

Touted as one of the most beautiful bridges in the entire world. It connects Champs-Élysées and Les Invalides and its foundation stone was laid in 1896. It was built for 1900 Exposition Universelle, the fair that saw the introduction of radio, escalators, talking films, and the world’s most powerful microscope. Named after the Russian Tsar Alexander III, it commemorates the alliance of Russia and France in 1892. The Tzar was quite loved in France since he could speak French as fluently as a native.

Don’t miss: The various statues sculpted on and around the bridge

So, what are you waiting for? Planning a trip to Paris is no longer a hassle for travelers all across the world! Why not treat your wanderlust for a thrilling holiday to this dreamy city too and indulge in the finest experience that this French capital has to offer!

Narrowing down your Paris attractions wish list can be tricky, with so many sights and so little time to see them. If our words aren’t able to conjure up images in your head, watch our Paris travel video to get an up-close look at the architectural grandeur of the ‘city of love’.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Paris

What is the best place to visit in Paris?

Also known as the city of love, Paris is a place where you cannot select one beautiful place because the city is lined with several attractions. If you are planning to explore Paris on your next expedition then make sure that you visit The Louvre, Eiffel Tower, and Notre Dame Cathedral as they are some of the most beautiful places to visit in Paris.

How many days do you need in Paris?

Cities like Paris require at least three to five days to explore the main attractions and traverse the lanes of Paris. Apart from this, you can also hop on to clubs, restaurants, and coffee shops to live like Parisians.

How should I dress in Paris?

You should dress according to the weather so if it’s sunny pack loose clothes with shades & sunscreen. If it is rainy weather then wear full sleeves clothes & carry an umbrella.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Paris?

If you want a budget trip to Paris then consider months like April, May, June, October, and early November to grab heavy discounts with less crowd on the streets of Paris.

Can you drink the tap water in Paris?

Yes, the tap water in Paris is totally safe to consume and you don’t have to use the money to buy bottled water. So, the next time you go to Paris, feel free to drink the tap water.

Is tipping customary in Paris?

Tipping in hotels and restaurants is a common practice in Paris and porters expect a little tip for their efforts. So, make sure that you give tips at restaurants, hotels, and to your guides.

Is a taxi expensive in Paris?

One can’t define if the taxi fares are cheap or costly in Paris. The rates are moderate including the taxi fare and tip.

What should I buy in Paris?

A trip to Paris is incomplete if you do not buy French Macarons, souvenirs, Baguette accessories, and many other things.

15 Best Places to Visit in Paris, France

It is probably cliche for some to like Paris or to want to visit the city. But it is indeed gorgeous and it’s easy to understand why it remains to be among the most visited cities in the world.

It is also one of the most beautiful cities in France, and it’s easily accessible to the rest of the world via its two major airports – Charles De Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport.

In Paris, there’s beauty everywhere that inspired artists, composers, and writers. And it’s definitely not just the Eiffel Tower, but the gilded history represented in nearly every part of the city.

Whether it’s your first or seventh time in this exquisite city, here are the best places to visit in Paris, France that you should include in your itinerary.

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15 Best Places to Visit in Paris, France

1.Cathédrale Notre-Dame, Pari

Notre-Dame Cathedral Paris

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While the Notre-Dame Cathedral’s majestic spires were destroyed during the April 2019 fire, it remains to be among the most beautiful sights in Paris. The cleanup just finished months ago and it is still about to be restored.

Still, you can still admire this French Gothic beauty from afar. This cathedral was consecrated to the Virgin Mary and considered one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture.

This historic cathedral was built in 1160 and completed in 1260, and it played a big role in the history of France.

It is where the coronation of Napoleon I was held, along with the funerals of many French presidents. It was also the main setting of the popular book of Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

‪2. Louvre Museum‬

Louvre Museum

‪You cannot visit Paris and not see Louvre. You don’t even have to get in, the facade is an artwork in itself. This former royal palace now houses the best museums in Paris and the most visited museum in the world.

Built-in the 12th century as a fortress, Louvre now houses some of the world’s most important art and antiquities.

Be sure to visit while you’re in Paris and explore Egyptian, Oriental, and Greek antiquities.

Be sure to also check out Islamic Art, Sculptures of the Middle Ages, as well as art from the Renaissance and Modern Times. ‬

Opening Hours:

Monday- Sunday (except Tuesday) 9:00 a.m- 6:00 p.m

Evening until 9:45 p.m on Wednesday and Fridays. Free admission on the first Saturday of each month.

Contact Information:

Address: Musée du Louvre, 75058 Paris – France
Métro: Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre (lines 1 and 7)
Phone: +33(0)140205317

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3. Place du Trocadéro

eiffel tower from trocadero gardens

This is one of the best places to get an epic photo of the Eiffel Tower. You didn’t have to brave the crowds or break your neck trying to get that perfect shot.

Just head onto ‪Place du Trocadéro‬, where you get to enjoy not just the iconic tower.

This elevated, open space also offers stellar views of the city of lights, especially at night. And it’s also one of the best free things to do in Paris.

4. River Seine

Seine River

The River Seine has been immortalized in works of art, and will always be a must-visit when in Paris.

The Seine borders half of the French capital’s arrondissements, so it’s pretty accessible anywhere.

See it while on a cruise, from a floating hotel, or the pedestrian-only walkway. It’s a different face of the city that’s just as gorgeous. It is also one of the best places for romance and it’s the reason why the city is often called the “City of Love”.

5. Musée Rodin

Musée Rodin

This light-filled estate with a picturesque garden is a lovely alternative to Paris’ more popular museums. One doesn’t even have to go inside, as the serene garden offers respite from the city hustle.

Here, you’ll be in the company of sculptures like The Thinker and The Gates of hell. Intimate and relatively uncrowded, ‪Musée Rodin‬ is a lovely discovery.

Opening Hours:

Monday- Sunday (except Tuesday) 9:00 a.m- 6:00 p.m
Evening until 9:45 p.m on Wednesday and Fridays. Free admission on the first Saturday of each month.

Contact Information:

Address: Musée du Louvre, 75058 Paris – France
Métro: Palais-Royal Musée du Louvre (lines 1 and 7)

6. Montmartre‬

Sacré Cœur

‪Situated in the north of Paris at 130 meters high is Montmartre. It’s a fascinating area that’s known for the white-domed Basilica of the Sacred Heart and as an artist hub.

A must visit in the area is the Square of Tertre, not too far from the basilica. This is where artists set up their workspaces or showcase their art.

This part of Montmartre is a reminder of how this very same place was the hub of modern art in the early 20th century.

It was where artists such as Amedeo Modigliani, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Vincent van Gogh worked.‬

7. ‪The Latin Quarter‬, Paris

Latin Quartier

‪Located in the left bank of the Seine is the vibrant Latin Quarter.

This neighborhood is home to many higher education institutions, such as the Ecole Normale Superieure, the Ecole des Mines de Paris, and the Ecole Polytechnique.

It is a great place to just take in the atmosphere, walk around and enjoy the sights or have a drink at a cafe or bistro. ‬

8. ‪Luxembourg Park, Paris‬

Luxembourg Gardens

‪Luxembourg Park was built in 1612 at the request of Marie de Medicis to complement the Luxembourg Palace.

Fondly called ‘Luco’ by the locals, this is a great place for a leisurely stroll. It is one of the prettiest parks in Paris decorated with sculptures and fountains.

It also has an aviary, an orchard, different varieties of apples, and an orchid garden. ‬

9. ‪Moulin Rouge‬

Moulin Rouge

‪For a dose of the colorful French culture, visit the Moulin Rouge. This cabaret is known as where the French Cancan started.

It is located at the foot of Montmartre and built in 1889 by Joseph Oller and Charles Zidler.

This place is now a tourist attraction with its larger than life facade, which also provides entertainment for visitors from all over.‬

Contact Information:

Address:82, BD de Clichy 75018, Paris Montmartre

10. Jardin des Tuileries

Tuileries Garden

Jardin des Tuileries is a beautifully landscaped park that’s strategically located and it’s one of the best parks and gardens in Paris.

It is an ideal place to go if you want to relax a bit after exploring Paris’ most popular sights.

This garden is easily reached from both the Louvre and the Place de la Concorde.

Jardin des Tuileries is also another great place for a stroll as it’s like wandering around a 17th century French formal garden.

11. Musée de l’Orangerie (and Monet’s Water Lilies)

Musée de L

You’ll find Musée de l’Orangerie at the far end of the Tuileries Gardens, and a definite must-visit.

This is another small museum that’s probably as important as the Louvre. Get in and you’ll quickly find out why.

The Musée de l’Orangerie is the only place where you can marvel at Monet’s famous ‪Nymphéas‬ (Water Lily) murals.

Opening Hours:

Monday- Sunday 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. Late access- 5:15 p.m. Closed on Tuesdays

Admission Fee:

Adult-9 €
Free for children under 18
Free for children under 26 (EU members)
Free the 1st Sunday of the month

Contact Information:

Address: Tuileries garden Place de la Concorde 75001 PARIS

12. Père Lachaise Cemetery

Père Lachaise Cemetery

It is safe to say that everywhere in Paris is beautiful. That includes the cemeteries, such as the Père Lachaise Cemetery – one of the eeriest but interesting places in France.

It looks more like a garden or park that’s perfect for an early morning or late afternoon stroll. The atmosphere was more laid back than somber.

Spanning 108 acres, this is where you can pay your respects on the graves of Gertrude Stein and Oscar Wilde.

13. Place de la Concorde

place de la concorde paris

The Palace de la Concorde was the venue for guillotine executions during the French Revolution. This public square is now among the most gorgeous places in Paris.

You’ll also find landmarks like the Luxor Obelisk and mermaid fountain in this public square. It is one of those perfect spots for taking photos do make sure your camera is fully charged.

14. Pont Alexandre III, Paris

Pont Alexandre III

The ornate Pont Alexandre III connects the Left and Right banks of Paris. This ‪Beaux-Arts–style bridge‬ is a magnet for photo ops, with those gilded statues and great views of the river.

It’s also a great place for a relaxing stroll especially in the late afternoon where you can also watch the city come alive with lights.

15. Eiffel Tower

effiel tower paris view

And last but not the least, Eiffel Tower. Eiffel Tower is one of the most popular landmarks, not just in France, but also around the world.

It was built as an entrance for the World’s Fair (Exposition Universelle) in 1889 to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the French Revolution.

Several companies and artists submitted their plans and designs but it was given to Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel – which the monument was named after.

It was meant to be just a temporary structure for the exposition and was supposed to be scrapped.

But the city officials saw its value as a radiotelegraph station and they chose to save it.

Today, Eiffel Tower has become one of the most iconic landmarks in the world. You can also enjoy the Eiffel Tower from the comfort of many hotels near the area. You can check this list of the best hotels with an epic view of the tower.

So, that’s our list of the best places to visit in Paris, France. I hope this helps if you’re planning a trip to Paris. Do you have any other suggestions for Paris? Let us know in the comments below!

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