Paris in One Day Itinerary

Are you going on a one day trip to Paris? Then you'll probably want to make sure you don't miss any of the highlights of the City of Light. This one day itinerary includes the main Paris sights and attractions and offers some tips on how to make the most of Paris in just one day.

Once in Paris, start off your one day trip at the Triumphal Arch. Then take a stroll along the fancy shops of the Avenue des Champs-Élysées making your way to the Eiffel Tower. Take a while to admire Paris from above. The Concorde square follows up on your itinerary. Walking along the Seine river, you soon end up in front of the Louvre. You don't have time to go inside, but you can still take a while to adore its greatness. Cross Pont Neuf, the oldest bridge in Paris, and end your day at the Notre Dame Cathedral.

Day 1: Paris in One Day Itinerary

Triumphal Arch

This arch measuring 50 meters is dedicated to the soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the French Revolution and Napoleonic Wars.

Champs-Élysées Avenue

Stretching across two kilometres, this avenue claims to be the world's most beautiful one.

Eiffel Tower

Built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 World’s Fair, Eiffel Tower became the world's tallest man-made structure until the Chrysler Building…

Concorde Square

Concorde is the largest square in Paris and it is close to many important Parisian sights.

Louvre Museum

The largest art museum in the world is located inside the Louvre Palace which was once the residence of the French kings.

Seine River

A stroll along Seine's waterfront is a must while in the city of lights, no matter if you have a sweetheart or not.

Pont Neuf

Admire the oldest bridge in Paris constructed between 1578-1607. See the sculptured faces of people and the statue of King Henry IV, too.

Holy Chapel

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…

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame is probably one of the most well-known churches in the world and is a true masterpiece of French Gothic architecture.

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