The most iconic sight in all of Paris. Do not miss this iron lady known all around the world. The views from the top are breath-taking.
The most-visited museum in the world will enchant you with its rich historical collections (35,000 objects). Don't forget to greet Mona Lisa.
A true masterpiece of Gothic architecture, both on the outside and the inside. The reliquary holds many first-class relics. Do not miss.
This arch measuring 50 meters is dedicated to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.
Stretching across two kilometres, this avenue claims to be the world's most beautiful one. Fancy cafés, posh boutiques, nice bistros, etc.
A famous square close to many important Parisian sights. The Luxor Obelisk stands in the middle - can you read the hieroglyphs?
The whole chapel is lined by 13th-century stained glass. The best visit is on a sunny day when you'll marvel at the spectacular lightshow.
This beautiful Romano-Byzantine basilica is popular not only for its looks, but also for its dome which offers breath-taking views of Paris.
This lustrous palace is a symbol of French absolutism and perhaps the most beautiful royal household in the world. Please use the free left-luggage office for your stroller, backpacks, suitcases and umbrellas. Pets and large baggage items (exceeding 55×35×25 cm) are also not allowed on the domain. Switch off mobile phones in the rooms and do not use flash to take pictures. At the entrance, audio-guides in 10 languages are distributed for free. If you buy your tickets online or are entitled to free admission, skip the cash desks and go straight to the main entrance.
Paris' second largest public park. Well designed, beautiful, calm and lined with monuments and fountains - great for a sunny day. There are many fun facilities and activities for children, such as playgrounds, pony rides, swings, a puppet theatre, and a model yacht on which they can sail in the pond. For the youngest, there are creche operating from May to mid-September (2 p.m. – 6 p.m.). Adults can play tennis, chess, bridge, or remote control boats. The garden also hosts concerts and free photography exhibitions.
The most famous cabaret in the world. It still retains its unique spirit of the Belle Époque, so come inside and see for yourself! It is necessary to pre-book your tickets, the shows sell out months in advance. You can buy a ticket only for the show, or the show and champagne, or the show and dinner. You don't have to wear a suit and tie, but sportswear, trainers and shorts are not permitted. Children under 6 are not allowed into the theatre. Under-12s get a 50% discount on the show alone.
A large, beautiful park with many sculptures and historical buildings to discover. A lovely place for a walk.
Originally a church, this Neoclassical building now serves as a mausoleum. Come and see the final resting place of Voltaire and many more. Many great French public figures rest in the large crypt, including Rousseau, Honoré Mirabeau, Marat, Jean Monnet, Victor Hugo, Émile Zola, Jean Moulin and Marie Curie.
District well-known as a home of artists and other free-spirited souls and also as the best place in Paris when it comes to nightlife. The dominant of this district is the Basilica of the Sacré Cœur. There are many other significant sights and museums in the area. In the past, many famous artists had worked in Montmartre, including Salvador Dalí and Pablo Picasso.
A traditional student quarter that still retains its lively atmosphere. Popular for its international bistros offering reasonable prices.
Building well-known for its high-tech architecture. It houses a number of institutions, including Europe's largest modern art museum.
This huge Baroque complex comprises a hospital, home for retired soldiers, mausoleum and most importantly the grave of Napoleon Bonaparte.
The heart of Montmartre and a gathering place for the district's artists ever since the beginning of the 20th century.
Built in the 30's, this palace saw the 1948's ratification of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The palace houses several museums, a theatre and an aquarium. It replaced the old Palais du Trocadéro and it was designed in the Moderne style.
This marvel of modern architecture is the belly button of La Défense. Opened in 1989, it is more than 100 metres high.
With more than 20,000 residents, this business district is a modern place with lofty buildings and a nice boulevard.