Planning a trip to Paris, but unsure about organizing your journey ? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s an itinerary that highlights the must-visit places in Paris !
Welcome to the most romantic city in the world, called the City of Love but also the City of Lights ! ✨
Paris has attracted visitors from all over the world for centuries. For good reason, Paris has become one of the most visited cities in the world. Let us tell you what are the main tourist sites to see during your trip…
Get ready for a romantic and unforgettable getaway. Let yourself be captivated by the charm, culture, and gastronomy of the capital of France. 🍷🥐 🎨
The Eiffel Tower – Illuminating Your Journey
The first stop on your Parisian adventure inevitably has to be the Eiffel Tower. The Iron Lady, as it’s affectionately called. This emblematic building is in everyone mind and must be seen during your trip. The Tower offers the best point of view of the city, with its 324 meters tall, since 1889. Being on the top or below it in one of the parks, you will enjoy the unique architecture of the famous building.
Notre Dame De Paris Cathedral – A Gothic Masterpiece
Notre Dame, erected on the Île de la Cité and surrounded by the Seine river, is the religious heart of the city, since 1345. This Gothic Cathedral attracts many tourists, who come to see its majestic architecture, its gargoyle and stained glass. Don’t forget to look up at the imposing towers that seem to touch the heavens. the charm and magic of Notre-Dame will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a real-life fairy tale.
So, be sure to include this iconic landmark on your Parisian adventure, Notre-Dame is not just a cathedral, it’s a piece of Paris’s soul.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Montmartre – Spiritual experience
Incorporate a visit to the Basilica of the Sacred Heart into your Parisian journey, and you’ll not only experience a place of spiritual significance but also a breathtaking vantage point.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart (Basilique du Sacré-Cœur) is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The Basilica is located on the top of Mont Montmartre, one of the most famous quarter of Paris for the Art, narrow streets and stairs.
The Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe – Parisian Glamour and Triumph
Prepare to as you step onto one of most famous avenues : the Champs-Élysées. Often referred to as “the most beautiful avenue in the world,” this grand boulevard stretches for nearly two kilometers, lined with luxury boutiques, elegant cafes, and iconic theaters.
You can walk and reach another of the city’s top attractions, the Arc de Triomphe, built in 1806 to celebrate Napoleon’s victory at the Battle of Austerlitz. If you climb the 300 stairs to the top of the building, you will have an incredible view of Paris and it is also one of the best sunset spots in Paris.
The Louvre Museum – You, Art, and Love
The Louvre Museum is the most visited museum in the world !
You will appreciate the Art collection, in the former royal palace, and see some of the most iconic pieces of art in history, so most well-known being the incredible Mona Lisa of Leonardo da Vinci. There is so much to see, so many exhibits, that you will need to take your time and maybe plan in advance to be sure to see everything you want.
If you’re afraid of getting lost in this artistic labyrinth, don’t worry, it’s a great opportunity to hold your loved one’s hand while pretending to search for the exit 😉
Many other museums are here, in this city, for our greater pleasure, like Le Musée d’Orsay, Le Grand Palais, le Musée de l’Orangerie, le Musée Grevin and so many more.
The Opéra Garnier – Where Elegance Meets Artistic Grandeur
As we established, Paris is the city of the Arts and of the best example of that is the Opera Garnier. An incredibly beautiful Beaux-Arts building, today used for ballet.
Don’t miss on the gardens and parcs. The Jardin des Tuileries and Jardin du Luxembourg are the more famous large gardens in Paris, where you can spend some time walking, reading, eating or drinking, as the locals do on a sunny day.
Including a visit to the Opéra Garnier in your Parisian adventure is like stepping into a bygone era of artistry. Whether you’re attending a performance or exploring its exquisite architecture, the Opéra Garnier promises an experience that combines culture and luxury in the heart of Paris.
Versailles – History, Luxury, and Gardens
Even if it’s not in Paris, being located nearby, Versailles is worth discovering. This iconic destination embodies the history and natural beauty of Paris. The Palace of Versailles, a reflection of French grandeur, takes you back to the time of the Sun King, with its Hall of Mirrors and the royal apartments.
Versaille also known as the world-renowned historic site where the Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919, ending the First World War.
You must at least spend a half day visiting the magnificent palace, the cosy estate of Trianon and walking around the astonishing gardens. If you can, take the full day and be sure to see everything.
Versailles promises an unforgettable experience that sums up the cultural and royal heritage of France.
Get lost in the streets of Paris
The best way to discover Paris is to get lost in its streets. This iconic city hides beautiful cultural surprises at every corner. By venturing into it, you will discover authentic neighborhoods, artisanal bakeries, cafes, and even tranquil little parks. Stroll along the Seine and wander through the cobbled streets of Montmartre, and this is how you will experience Parisian life.
Paris is an exceptional city, rich in history, culture, and iconic places to explore. If you dream of experiencing this adventure, know that Paris is waiting for you, ready to welcome you 🙂
Let us guide you to make you trip unforgettable !
By Emma Roger