Visit These Locations to Make Your Paris Trip Memorable

Even though one does not need more reasons to visit Paris, he/she might get confused about the numerous attractions located in this beautiful city. We have compiled a list of the most scenic destinations in the entire city of Paris for your comfort.  

Eiffel Tower

Paris is not complete without its iconic Eiffel Tower. Completed in 1889, the 324-meter high monument is one of the most visited and filmed locations in the world.

The second floor of the tower portrays a diving view of the city while the more daring ones can climb the steps after passing the third floor. Those who reach the top of the tower can see a magnificent view of this romantic city.

Notre Dame Cathedral

The Roman Catholic cathedral also comes under the city’s more cherished places. Situated at the eastern side of lle de la Cite the cathedral is regarded as the finest piece of French Gothic architecture in the entire continent. 

After ascending the 387 steps of the building, you will get a panoramic view of the region and also of the popular gargoyles.

Champs Elysées

Constructed at the order of Napoleon the ancient Roman architecture showcases the glory of imperial armies. Its pillars have been carved to display impressive sculptures with the name of all 558 generals and their victories.

Also known as “the most beautiful avenue in the world” the place is flourished with famous restaurants, cafes, luxury boutiques and places of entertainment.

Louvre Museum

Being the most visited art museum of the world, the centrally located building is a royal palace of the bygone era. It is housed in the Louvre which was once a fortress itself. You will be able to experience Islamic art, Egyptian antiquities, graphic art, sculptures from Renaissance, Middle ages and modern times, etc.

Montmartre

Montmartre is a 130-meter high hill named after the surrounding neighborhood. The exemplary white-domed Basilica of the Sacred Heart is a recognizable monument which glorifies the French victims of the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.

You must pay a visit to the Square of Tertre where artists paint portraits and also showcase their work. Back in the days, it was the hub of modern art with artists like Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani.

Moulin Rouge

Known as the spiritual birthplace of French Cancan, Moulin Rouge is a cabaret. Built-in 1889, the place now serves as a place of entertainment for tourist and locals alike.

Disneyland Paris

This place does not require an introduction as the theme park is well known as a hotspot for fun and amusement around the world.

Cruise on the Seine

The city of light is best witnessed from a cruise on the Seine on a new moon. After the sun sets, you will witness lights slowly kindling across the mountains while experiencing a panoramic view of Paris. To complete the journey on a high, have dinner on one of the boats across the Seine.

There are many other destinations given you have ample time left. Bon Voyage!

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