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An iconic structure that captures the eye and the heart in the centre of Paris.
Magnificent views and impressive architecture await at this world-famous arch in the heart of the city.
This internationally renowned museum houses some of the most famous art in the world, from the enigmatic Mona Lisa to the ancient Venus de Milo.
This imposing masterpiece of French gothic architecture, sits in the heart of Paris, providing a serene place of worship for devotees of religion and art.
Step away from the hustle and bustle of Paris’ streets into a leafy oasis, where Parisians come to relax and enjoy art and music.
Take a trip back in time on a chilling journey underground to visit the remains of more than 6 million Parisians.
See Oscar Wilde’s tomb, visit the flamboyant burial site of Molière and pay your respects at the three World War I memorials.
This bright white cathedral is said by many to be one of the most visually stunning constructions in Paris.
This modern building houses the second-largest collection of modern and contemporary art in the world, with masterpieces from all over the globe.
Experience one of the most idyllic parts of Paris in this grassy park in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.
Whether you fell in love with the film or are a fan of the iconic architecture, don’t miss one of the greatest stage shows and most well-known landmarks in Paris.
At the heart of much of the city's rich history, this magnificent town hall is an architectural triumph.
Dine at the Paris of the Sky for a rare chance to look out over the sprawling City of Lights beneath you.
Watch the neighborhood happenings from a café and inspect the artwork of a commanding monument at this vast public square.
One of two islands within Paris, the Île de la Cité holds some of France’s most historically significant and outstandingly beautiful features.
Enjoy superb views of the Eiffel Tower, visit museums and wander around an ornamental garden at a square that commemorates the Battle of Trocadero.
Exquisite floral arrangements and world-class artwork make this garden an excellent detour from the busy streets of central Paris.
Attend a performance, browse museum exhibits and marvel at the opulent design of one of the world’s most celebrated opera houses.
This neoclassical masterpiece is the home of five prestigious French educational institutes, the tomb of a respected cardinal and a superb library.
Located in the heart of Paris, this bridge is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy views along the River Seine.
Sublime architectural sites and some of the best shopping in Paris ensure that you can happily spend a day or two exploring this famous street.
With numerous boulevards, bars, retail shops and entertainment venues, you’ll discover why this is one of the liveliest areas in Paris.
Browse the masterpieces of one of France’s finest sculptors in the rooms of an 18th-century mansion and its stunning garden.
One of the city’s lesser visited gems features awe-inspiring stained-glass windows and one of the biggest collections of funerary art in Europe.
Marvel at the craftsmanship of a triumphal gateway built by Napoleon to commemorate his victory at the 1805 Battle of Austerlitz.
Facing the Eiffel Tower is France’s elite military academy, where Napoleon Bonaparte enrolled as a cadet in the late 18th century.
Appreciate panoramic city views from the top of this Gothic tower, which is the last vestige of a 16th-century church.
Admire historic and architectural marvels and visit one of the largest museums of modern art in Europe in the 3rd and 4th Arrondissements of Paris.
This elevated quarter to the north of Paris is home to the architectural masterpiece that sits at the highest point in the city on the top of the hill.
Visit this district’s well-known attraction, the iconic Eiffel Tower, and its other superb historic buildings and museums.
Featuring the most famous street in Paris, this district is strongly linked to Napoleon’s rise and France’s dark years of revolution.
Read about Parisian intelligentsia, discover the lively Latin Quarter and enjoy scenic gardens and bohemian café culture.
Watch ballet in a Baroque palace, visit a wax museum and peruse stalls in the bohemian former red-light district.
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