When you plan for the dream destination most beautiful Paris is always on top-notch of everybody’s list. This picturesque dream destination is heaven on earth. Sparkling sunshine, boulevard, incomparable beauty, majestic monuments and ambiance of Paris what else can inspire you to make Paris your dream destination. When you talk about Paris, you need to appreciate the beauty of the ultimate Eiffel Tower, the Louvre Art Museum, Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Paris Fashion Week, French Open Grand Slam and Tour de France some of the extremely popular and exciting attractions for all ages.

Paris being the most beautiful and populous city of France has a lot of wondrous attractions to add in your list while heading up to Paris.

Grab Your Glasses and Read The Best Places to Visit in Paris to Know More About This Beautiful Land and Its Ever-green Attractions

Eiffel Tower

  • If you are praising Paris for its majestic beauty then do not forget to praise the beauty spot. Of course, I am talking about the iconic Eiffel Tower. Just stepping into the Paris and one Eiffel Tower starts popping in your head.
  • The iconic Eiffel tower was created by Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel for the Paris Exhibition of 1889.
  • The tallest structure of Paris is 1063 feet tall with 3 levels open for visitors and is a must-see attraction.
  • The tower consists of 18,000 sturdy iron sections held together by 2.5 million rivets. This innovative structure is now considered a masterful architectural achievement and is the most symbolic view in Paris.
  • Visitors can take an elevator (charges applicable) or walk up the 360 steps to arrive at the first level at 57 meters and 344 more steps to the second level at 115 meters.
  • This place is worth your time and money. You will have the most amazing and completely different experience of your life. 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.
  •  There are all the things available, those who’d like to indulge in a gourmet meal, the Jules Verne Restaurant is on the second floor.
  • Purchase your tickets in advance especially if visiting during the main season. To ensure the best experience possible, tourists can sign up for the Eiffel Tower Priority Access Tour.
  • A marvelous view of Paris from the sheer new first floor and second floor, Eiffel Tower Shops for souvenirs, and exotic feast and wine at Le 58 tour Eiffel and Le Jules Verne what else do you need?

Eiffel Tower

The Louvre

  • If you are an art lover than Louvre is what you cannot miss, the most visited and most popular art museum and gallery in the entire world which is situated in the heart of the city is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Paris.
  • The Louvre is surrounded on one side by the Jardin des Tuileries, one of the largest and loveliest parks in Paris.
  •  Spread over lounging 21,000 hectares, this museum is located in a royal fort. The traces of the same are still visible in the foundation.
  • Visitors enter the museum in the courtyard of the palace at the glass pyramid. The Louvre Museum occupies more than 30,000 artworks from antiquities to European paintings of the 15th to 19th centuries.
  • As one of the most crushed tourist places in Paris, this lavish and exotic museum is divided into several sections such as Egyptian antiquities, oriental antiquities, Islamic art, Greek and Roman art, paintings, objects of art, sculptures of the antiquated period, and graphic art to name a few.
  • The most famous piece is the Mona Lisa or La Gioconda painted by Leonardo da Vinci in 1503-1505. Other outstanding performances are the ancient Venus de Milo sculpture, the monumental Victory of Samothrace of the Hellenistic period, the immense Wedding Feast at Cana painting by Veronese (1563), and Botticelli’s frescoes.
  • The well-known panorama architect André Le Nôtre created the Tuileries Gardens in the traditional French style. The formal gardens feature perfectly manicured trees; two ponds; and statues by Rodin, Giacometti, and Maillol. Park benches offer a place to relax and enjoy the scenery. There are also several café-restaurants with outdoor seating.
  • Do not miss the ancient artifacts such as Michelangelo’s Dying Slave, Lamassus, and Great Sphinx of Tanis
  •  You cannot see it all in one visit, but tourists can focus on a particular gallery, such as classical sculpture, Italian Renaissance art, or 17th-century French paintings, or take a self-guided tour to see the Louvre Museum’s highlights.
  • Liberty Leading the People (1831) by Eugène Delacroix, depicting the Parisian uprising of July 27th to 29th, 1830 known as “Trois Glorieuses” -Three Glorious Days.

The Louvre

 

Notre Dame Cathedral

  • The Gothic style architecture, the amazing sculptures and gargoyles fascinate every traveler are relics of Notre Dame, beautiful Roman Catholic cathedral is one of the top places to visit in Paris. Its beauty lies in its ruins and domed roof. If Paris is known for its architecture then Notre Dame is the essence. The place has a matchless charm to itself which is simply hard to ignore.
  • Notre Dame has a lot to offer so make sure that you are ready for a great experience.
  • Superb architecture and wood carvings of internal décor, ‘Parvis de Notre Dame’- the frontcourt and statute of Bas Relief and Jeanne D’Arc -Joan of Arc is worth your notes
  • Tourists are immediately struck by the ornamental design of the facade, with its profusion of sculptures and gargoyles, while elaborate flying buttresses provide structural integrity for the enormous building. Look out for the 21 figures above the doorway in the Gallery of Kings, who lost their heads during the Revolution.
  • An island in the Seine River, the Ile de la Cité is the historical and geographical center of Paris. On this miniature division of land, the Romans built the Gallo-Roman city of Lutetia, and from the 6th century to the 14th century, the Kings of France resided here.
  • The Notre-Dame Cathedral was founded in 1163 by King Louis IX (Saint Louis) and Bishop Maurice de Sully, and the construction took more than 150 years. The cathedral was first created in Early Gothic style, while later additions-the west front and the nave show the transition to High Gothic style.
  • After admiring the decorative doorway, enter the sanctuary to take in the grandeur of this immense vaulted space. The sanctuary seems almost endless and beckons visitors with the light of flickering candles. The interior is illustrated by majestic stained-glass windows. The most noteworthy window is the rose window in the north transept.

Notre Dame Cathedral

 

 Arc De Triomphe

  •  Arch of Triumph is an excellent structure and one of the famous places in Paris popularly built in the honor of the sovereign army in the 19th century. The marvelous sculptures, pillar carvings and engraved victory tales on the arc are the elements of beauty here. It is promised that you are sure to get hypnotized by the amazing architecture of the place.
  • It is because of its 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 forget to praise the Tomb of Unknown Soldier of France and breath-taking view of Paris city from the panoramic terrace.
  • This four-hour sightseeing journey departs near the Eiffel Tour, and guests are treated to a gourmet three-course meal.
  •  The Seine River bridges, Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame Cathedral, and the Louvre Museum look stunning from the standpoint of a riverboat.
  • While a daytime cruise allows tourists to appreciate the glory of the monuments brightened by sunshine, the most romantic experience is an evening cruise. After sunset, the city’s milestones are interpreted, which creates a special effect, and somehow the city seems more enchanting.

Arc De Triomphe

Montmartre

  • A hillock located north of Paris known as Montmartre. Majorly known for the relics of white-domed Basilica and the bustling Square of Tertre, this highland attracts a surplus of tourists, thus tempering as one of the best places to visit in Paris. This crossroad always has illustrators and sculptors creating fascinating creations.
  • Montmartre has inspired eminent artists like Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh and Amedeo Modigliani in the past. This is honestly heaven for all the art lovers.
  • If you wish to behold magnificent 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.
  • Do not forget to praise the beauty of Basilique du Sacré-Coeur, Musée du Montmartre, Place des Abbesses, Espace Dalí and Bateau-Lavoir: A Famous Artists’ Atelier.

Montmartre

Palace Of Versailles

  • Emblem of French Supremacy, Palace of Versailles is one of the most celebrated world heritage and serene places to visit in Paris.
  • This marvelous place as classified as a World Heritage Site for 30 years and considered to be one of the greatest accomplishments of the 17th French art.
  • Hall of Mirrors, Museum of the History of France, Garden, Queen’s Chamber, Chapelle, Royale, The Grand Trianon and Musical Fountain Shows are worth your time and money.
  • Palace Of Versailles is an enormous and impressive edifice boasts of decorated gardens, exotic decor, amazing patio and charming display of artwork of the Renaissance era. The palace today contains over 2,300 rooms each of which is designed uniquely. The magnificence of the palace is truly hard to overlook.

Palace Of Versailles

Luxembourg Gardens

  •  Best known park in Paris after the Tuileries are The Luxembourg Gardens.
  • The fundamental feature of the park is the large octagonal fountain-adorned pool, which is fringed by two terraces lined with statues, restrained geometric rows of flowerbeds, and polished bushes and hedges.
  • The gardens were laid out in the 17th century when the Palais du Luxembourg was built, but they were given their present form in the 19th century by the architect J.F. Chalgrin. This part of the park exemplifies French classical style, with many chairs disseminated about for visitors to use.
  • Nearby is the Pavillon de la Fontaine, a little cafe with pleasant outdoor seating in a shady forest setting
  • One of the key features is the charming 17th-century Fontaine de Médicis, a fountain basin hidden under trees opposite the east front of the Palais du Luxembourg, the palace that King Henri IV created for his wife Marie de Medici.
  • For French-speaking children, the traditional marionette shows at the Théâtre des Marionnettes are a beloved pastime. The Théâtre du Luxembourg, in the southwest of the park near the tennis courts, presents adorable puppet shows in French.
  • The park is everybody’s preferred speck for relaxing and having fun. The most popular activity for the blossoming visitors is steering miniature sailboats around in the octagonal pool.

Luxembourg Gardens

 Palais-Royal

  •  Palais-Royal was created as a palace for Cardinal Richelieu during the reign of King Louis XIII and later became a royal place.
  • It was a seat of power for four centuries. Illustrating prestigious French architecture, the Palais Royal is made up of 60 pavilions surrounding a lovely garden, the Jardin du Palais-Royal.
  •  A favourite place for locals to take a comfortable stroll, the Palais-Royal is open to the public every day, free of charge.
  • The Palais-Royal “village” incorporates the Palais-Royal theater and Comédie-Française theatre, as well as modern sculpture insulation in the main patio. Guided tours are available in English, French and Spanish.
  • The buildings are equated by a collonaded broadway and arcaded galleries filled with exclusive boutiques.

Palais-Royal

Moulin Rouge

  •  If you are fascinated by unusual places to visit in Paris, France, this might top on your list. Moulin Rouge a vintage and traditional cabaret venue, located at the base of Montmartre highland is a birthplace of French Cancan.
  • Heretofore a seat for courtship dance, Moulin Rouge now is a nicely decorated and flamboyant cabaret house and one of the most captivating Paris tourist spots.
  • The well-illuminated building, sizzling music and passionate decor make it one of the best places to go in Paris at night.

Moulin Rouge

Disneyland

  • Originated as Euro Disney Resort, this is one of the most famous places to visit in Paris is known for majestic fun rides, concerts, animation films, gatherings and thrilling moments of meeting your desired characters.
  • Exploring the Disney arcade, roaming in a horse-drawn street vehicle, discovering ‘the little word’ to visiting the princess gazebo or clicking with favorite characters like mickey, mini or pooh the list has it all. Disney parade and fireworks and crazy selfies with your favorite Disney character.
  • 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 is for what you are in Disney Land
  • An energetic, eccentric, and always cheerful recreation park, Disneyland is one of the immensely popular tourist destinations and most harmonious places to visit in Paris. Disneyland in Paris is popular among all ages.

Disneyland

Panthéon

  • In 1756, King Louis XV commissioned the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot (1713-80) to build a new church on the site of the ruined abbey of Sainte-Geneviève, and the church was completed in 1790.
  • Built as a rival church of Saint Peter’s Basilica in Rome and Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London, the Panthéon is the national mausoleum of France’s most prominent citizens.
  • 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. You can explore all of these by visiting this place.
  • Many influential men are buried here, including philosophers Voltaire and Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the writers Victor Hugo, Alexandre Dumas, Emile Zola, and André Malraux. More recently (since 1995), several of France’s most esteemed female citizens have been buried in the Panthéon including the physicist Marie Curie, a two-time winner of the Nobel Prize. Four other women are buried at the Panthéon.
  • 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 a lively student neighborhood which is mainly known for bookstores, bistros and cheerful cafes.
  • From April until October, visitors may sprout to the Panthéon’s dome, where a collonaded porch provides a breathtaking view of the city’s memorials.

Panthéon

Palais Garnier

  • An age-old opera house in Paris, formerly known as Salle des Capucines is famous with the name of Palais Garnier. Frequently introduced as Opéra Garnier, also was the chief center of Paris Opera a popular group of opera performers. You can enjoy mesmerizing ballet shows for it is now mainly known for.
  • The awestruck and attractive wooden carvings, paintings and artwork displayed in main façade, stairway, stage fly tower, grand foyer and pavilions make it popular among travelers.
  • If you are at Palais Garnier than you must see any one of the magnificent ballet performances in the library Salon du glacier, Foyers, Bassin de la Pythie, and Grand Escalier and The Auditorium.

Palais Garnier

Place de Vosges

  • The Place des Vosges is Paris’ oldest public square, brilliantly placed out harmoniously in a uniform technique in enchanting Marais district. Place des Vosges worked as a model for other squares such as Place Vendôme and Place de la Concorde.
  • The Place des Vosges was created between 1605 and 1612 and was incipiently called Place Royale because it was filled with aristocratic habitations.
  • The well-known courtesan of Louis XIII’s reign lived at number 11, and the future Madame de Sévigné was born in 1626 at number 1 on the square.
  • The Place de Vosges offered a splendid setting for festive occasions in the 17th century, such as competitions, state gatherings, and court marriages.
  • The Place des Vosges is at the heart of the Marais Quarter, a memorable area with ancient and Renaissance palaces. In one of the neighbourhood’s stately mansions, the Hôtel Salé, the Musée National Picasso amaze modern art lovers with its incredibly comprehensive acquisition of Picasso’s artwork, including some of his most iconic masterpieces.
  • The Marais has become a trendy quarter and has a significant Jewish community. To learn more about Jewish culture in Europe, tourists can visit the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, which presents a history of various Jewish communities in Europe along with artwork by Jewish artists such as Chagall and Modigliani.
  • Nearby, the Jardin Anne Frank is a peaceful secluded garden with an orchard.
  • The Marais is one of the areas of Paris where the shops and boutiques are open on Sundays.
  • If you are in quest of a processed Parisian experience, the Mariage Frères is the place to go. This tea gallery assists its aromatic beverage with savoury and sweet delicacies, its neighbouring shop sells a wide selection of the finest teas in Paris. Many tourists wait in line to try the authentic falafel at L’As du Fallafel.

Place de Vosges

Conclusion

Paris is a huge city and is abundant with activities and exercises to do. It doesn’t matter if sunshine is sparkling on the cafe terraces of Boulevard Saint the magical ambiance of Paris has its own way of romancing and comforting visitors.  An absolute open-air museum, the city building are works of art, and the Parisians’ everyday fashion is not only worthy enough to boast through word of mouth but the magazine praise. This exceptional land is filled with flamboyant monuments and majestic picturesque places like the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Panthéon, Sainte-Chapelle, Centre Pompidou, Musee D’Orsay, Sacre-Coeur, Tuileries Garden, Musée De L’Orangerie, Saint Germain Des Pres, Galeries Lafayette and many more. Though the charm lies in the core of the elegant tea salons, picturesque cobblestone streets, absolutely polished trees, Belle Epoque brasseries, and avant-garde art galleries.

If it’s your first visit to Paris and you want to make sure not to miss any of the best visits of the city? This article is the answer to your question. Comment below and let us know when are you packing your bags and heading up to Paris? But before that create the bucket list of your favorite spot to visit in Paris.

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