Paris, the city of light and love. Discover the 10 must-see places in Paris to visit on your trip to the city. Free Free Tour!
Did you know that Paris is the City of Light? It was so named because it was the first European city to illuminate its streets with electric light and was the world capital of the Enlightenment. In addition, it is also known as the city of love. It is also known as the city of love, as it has been the setting for many films such as Amélie. We discover the 10 must-see places in Paris that you can't miss. The city besides being the most visited city in the world, has museums, gardens, monuments and churches, everything you need to make it an unforgettable experience.
Built thanks to the Universal Exhibition of 1899, it is the symbol of the city, one of the most visited in the world. It can be seen from almost anywhere in the city and the views from it are breathtaking. We recommend you to buy your ticket in advance.
This great avenue connects the Arc de Triomphe with the Place de la Concorde, is full of stores, bars and restaurants. It is the busiest avenue in Paris.
It was ordered to build by Napoleon in 1806 to commemorate his victory in the battle of Austerlitz. It is inspired by the Arch of Titus in Rome.
They are located on Paseo de Gracia 500 meters from each other. They are buildings designed by Gaudí and both are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
It is one of the oldest Gothic cathedrals in the world. Surrounded by the Seine River and dedicated to the Virgin Mary is one of the most visited monuments in Paris.
Ordered to build by Napoleon III and designed by the architect Charles Garnier is one of the most characteristic buildings of the city.
This is the second largest square in France, located at the beginning of the Champs Elysees. During the French Revolution many people were executed in it and you can also see an Egyptian obelisk with more than 3 centuries old.
Taking a cruise on the Seine is a way to see many monuments, usually last about an hour and include audio guides in almost all languages. We recommend above all, do the Night Cruise, as it is wonderful to see Paris and its monuments like the Eiffel Tower illuminated.
Montmartre is the most bohemian neighborhood of Paris, where you can see many artists painting their paintings. It is home to the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur, the park surrounding the basilica is magnificent to enjoy a great view of Paris and a dreamy sunset.
The best known cabaret in Paris, located in the Red Light District. In the Belle Époque it was the favorite entertainment place for Parisians. Moulin Rouge offers a unique show