Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair, Eiffel Tower became the world's tallest man-made structure until the Chrysler Building…
The largest art museum in the world is located inside the Louvre Palace which was once the residence of the French kings.
One of the best-known churches in the world is also a true masterpiece of French Gothic architecture.
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…
The beautiful Romano-Byzantine basilica is (together with e.g. the Eiffel Tower) one of the best-known icons of the City of Lights.
Concorde is the largest square in Paris and it is located right at the center of it - close to many important Parisian sights.
This 13th-century Gothic chapel is a true gem of Paris. Not only is it an imposing example of Gothic architecture but it is also a place of…
This iconic red cabaret is with no doubts the most famous one in the world.
Paris' second largest public park. The gardens are very beautiful and you can find many interesting monuments and fountains there.
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.
Originally built as a church, this 18th-century Neoclassical building now serves mainly as a mausoleum.
The Beaux Arts bridge, which was built in the last few years of the 19th century, is one of the prettiest bridges in Paris.
This Baroque complex of buildings was constructed during the reign of Louis XIV. The construction was finished in 1678.
This ginormous five-storey department store has everything you can think of from fancy boutiques to designers' stores.
A large and beautiful park with many sculptures and historical buildings to discover.
This lovely park stretches across the 24,5 ha area between the Eiffel Tower and the École Militaire.
This square is the true heart of Montmartre and a gathering place for the district's artists ever since the beginning of the 20th century.
A truly haunting sight - underground tunnels decorated with the remains of around six million people.
The imposing Beaux-Arts building was erected for the 1900 World Exposition.
Situated on a man-made islet on the Seine called Île aux Cygnes, the statue was erected to remind people of the fact that the American one…