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Most famous places to visit in Paris

Paris is a city of love, romance, entertainment and other fun things. Here a place will find romantic couples, a friends’ company, and parents with young children. Free entertainment in Paris is available to everyone, some are paid – but worth every money spent. Visit Paris!

  • Eiffel Tower

What would Paris be without its most famous symbol? The tower was built in 1889 in the Mars fields (Champ de Mars). The Eiffel is equipped with 1665 steps and three platforms for observation and cafes. The first platform is 58, the second is 115 and the third is 275 meters high. The first and second floors you can reach by the stairs or lift, and in order to reach the summit, the only lift can be used. The unique panoramic view of the city opens from the tower, and in good weather, it is seen even in 60 km distance. Tickets can be purchased online.
  • Notre Dame Cathedral

It’s not a less significant Parisian symbol. The Gothic Cathedral, completed in the middle of the 14th century, is an architectural monument. In the Cathedral, the kings of France were crowned, even the Napoleon Bonaparte himself. Visiting the church is free. At the church, you can enjoy paid audio guide services.
  • Louvre Museum

It is the most famous and most visited museum in the world. The Louvre Museum has more than 380,000 works of art, with permanent expositions of 60,000 square meters. Also presented are sculptures, archaeological finds and architectural details, engravings, prints. The oldest protected works date back to the 7th millennium BC.
  • Arc de Triomphe

Paris Architectural Monument in Charles de Gaulle Square, on the western edge of the Champs Elysees. The Arc de Triomphe is built to honor the battles for France, especially Napoleonic times. The triumphal arch is abundantly decorated with reliefs and sculptures. It is possible to get into the observation deck.
  • Champs Elysees (Avenue des Champs Elysees)

The most famous Parisian street is described in a variety of books, where you will meet a lot of people in the restaurants, cafes, and shopping in trendy shops. A wide and straight alley stretches to the Arc de Triomphe.
  • Montmartre

The Paris area located on the highest hill in the city (130 m), with a view of the panoramic city of the Senna River Valley. The tourist attracts here from the many places in Paris visible St. Heart Basilica on the hill, the steep, sloping streets. This area is decorated with the famous cabaret – Moulin Rouge. Take to Montmartre by stairs or funicular.
  • Palace of Versailles

It is a former residence of the kings of France and is perhaps the most visited castle in the whole country.This palace, located about 20 km from Paris, is one of the most famous masterpieces of French classicism. Today, the Palace of Versailles with luxurious gardens are considered to be the most magnificent and to this day have best preserved the symbol of the French absolute monarchy. 1979 The Versailles Palace is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
  • Luxembourg park

It is one of the most popular parks in Paris. Founded in the 17th century as King Henry IV’s wife Marie de Medici’s private park, and in the 19th century opened to visitors. The Luxembourg Gardens are characterized by the exact planning of the alley, flower beds, fountains. It’s a great place to go for walks, and it’s not for nothing that Parisians and tourists love it.
  • Disneyland

A huge amusement park for both little ones and adult people. Especially when traveling with children – Disneyland must be included in the list of attractions to visit. You probably need all day for the Disneyland.
  • Mont Saint-Michel

There is settled the whole little town in the mount with plenty of cafes, restaurants, boutiques.Climbing up the hill can be seen the endless variety of gadgets. Above is a wonderful panorama. The St Michel Hill is a rocky, almost round-shaped islet on the Mont Saint-Michel Gulf between Bretagne and Normandy. When the water flows, the mountain becomes like an island.
  • Seine Cruises

You can continue to explore the city by sailing along the river Seine. On the way, you can see the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, the Museum of Orsay, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, and other Parisian celebrities. Vessels are sailing from several Paris ports. They can be found at the Eiffel Tower, near the Notre Dame Cathedral, as well as at the Pont de l’Alma and Pont Neuf bridges. Cruises are performed every half hour from 10:00. until 22.30 Cruise price is around 8-12 EUR.
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