Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair, Eiffel Tower became the world's tallest man-made structure until the Chrysler Building…
This 50 meters tall Neoclassical arch is dedicated to the soldiers who lost their lives during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.
This two kilometres long street (which is supposed to be the most beautiful one in the world) connects Place Charles de Gaulle and Place de…
Concorde is the largest square in Paris and it is located right at the center of it - close to many important Parisian sights.
Paris' second largest public park. The gardens are very beautiful and you can find many interesting monuments and fountains there.
This Baroque complex of buildings was constructed during the reign of Louis XIV. The construction was finished in 1678.
This lovely park stretches across the 24,5 ha area between the Eiffel Tower and the École Militaire.
This inside-out building with its pipes of different colours (specific colour always matches a specific type of pipe) is a love/hate…
Admire the oldest bridge in Paris constructed between 1578-1607. See the sculptured faces of people and the statue of King Henry IV, too.
The famous Bastille prison which was stormed by the rebels in 1789 during the French revolution used to stand here.
The Art Deco palace was built on the same spot where a similar palace already stood before that.
Designed by Charles Garnier in the Beaux-Arts style between 1861-75, this remarkable estate used to serve as the first opera house in Paris.
Place Vendôme is a square dominated by a decorated column which is dedicated to the famous Napoleonic battle of Austerlitz.
This exquisite neo-renaissance building no longer serves as a city hall, it is still an administrative centre though.
Looming in the Montparnasse district, this 210 meters tall tower used to be the tallest skyscraper in France until 2011.
One of the most popular spots for a peaceful stroll or a date night. The gardens were created thanks to a wish of the Duchess of the House…
Initially meant to be a work of Baroque architecture, this building has come through a lot of changes and reconstructions.
The French flag is flapping here for a reason. This is the residence of the French president.
This mill (sometimes referred to as Moulin Blute-Fin), built in 1622, was immortalized by Renoir's well-known painting Bal du Moulin de la…
In this cemetery, the largest one in the Paris center, you can see many beautiful tombs and gravestones.
This tiny cemetery, dating back to the 19th century, is a resting place for both French and foreign composers, painters, architects and…