Paris has dominated the high seas of tourism for more than three centuries, and it still holds the title of world tourism center. If you’re looking for the best tourist spot to spend your vacation or to have some quality time, there is no chance that you will regret your take. Grab your plane ticket to Paris and few cozy outfits, such as a legend look dress, and embark on an exciting tour of the city’s most beautiful sights. Although there is a long list of places to visit in Paris, we will focus on the most significant ones. Let’s take a look at a couple of Paris’ most stunning spots that should be on everyone’s bucket list.
1. Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower (325 meters or 1066 feet tall) is the landmark of Paris. Gustave Eiffel built the Eiffel Tower for the 1889 Paris World Exhibition. It kept the world record for the highest building until 1930, till the Chrysler Building in New York City was built. It is possible to use the stairs and ascend the steps for a more adventurous view (1,665 to the summit). The climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower is a must-do if you want to see a spectacular view of Paris.
The Eiffel Tower ticket costs 17€ for adults, 14.5€ for teenagers between the ages of 12 and 24, and 8€ for children under 12.
2. Louvre Museum
The Louvre is the world’s most populous and most visited art museum. This landmark house, a former royal palace, is situated at the heart of Paris and has 210,000 square meters, including 60,600 square meters for exhibitions. The museum is located in the Louvre, originally a fortress founded by Philip II in the late 12th century. In the museum’s cellar, you can see the fortress’s remains.
3. Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris is a theme park in Paris, France. Mickey fans can go to Disneyland Paris, which is 32 kilometers from central Paris. Disneyland (with Sleeping Beauty’s castle) and Walt Disney Studios are the two theme parks at Disneyland Paris.
Space Mountain, a Small World, and Big Thunder Mountain are the most famous attractions. There are two theme parks, multiple resort hotels, a shopping, dining, entertainment complex, and a golf course on the 4,800-acre land.
4. Notre Dame de Paris
Take long walks from the Louvre to Notre Dame; it will take you about 20 minutes and will take you past beautiful views of the Seine River, buildings on the Left Bank, and the entrance to the Louvre palace complex, providing the best view of French culture.
The twin-towered Notre Dame is one of the world’s most popular cathedrals, and vibrant glass paintings have enthralled visitors to Paris for decades.
Notre Dame’s entrance is free, except for the towers and crypt, which have a fee. If you want to climb the building, you must reserve a time slot in advance.
5. Seine River Cruise
If all of this walking has made you tired, I recommend going to the Seine River Cruise. This would be the most efficient way to see Paris. The cruise next to the Eiffel Tower is easily accessible. You may also opt for a cruise dinner to round off your day with delectable French cuisine.
Alternatively, you can take a cruise from Notre Dame and end it at the Eiffel Tower, where you can relax and enjoy the city’s majestic beauty.
You weren’t mistaken if you equated the city with a never-ending romance. Luxembourg is one of many spots that re-establishes this fact – a stroll through the town will persuade you to believe us. It also houses the old design used to build the Statue of Liberty in the United States.
Some other worth visiting places:
Montmartre & Bateaux-mouches
This location is up a hill, but it is well worth the effort. You’ll enter the door of a cathedral at the top of the stairs, but you’ll also get a view of Paris like you’ve never seen it before.
Bateaux-mouches are open-air excursion boats that provide tourists with a spectacular view of Paris from the Seine River.
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