Wander around the city of love and light, Paris!

Here are then ten places we would recommend you to visit in Paris. Be ready to fall in love!

Champs Elysées / Arc of Triumph: It is the world’s biggest monument of its sort, having been built in the nineteenth century. On the top of the arc are etched the names of 558 generals as well as major triumphs. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of France is located beneath the Arc de Triomphe. A wonderful view of Paris may be had from the panoramic terrace over the entrance. It leads to the Champs Elysees, dubbed “the most beautiful avenue in the world,” from the Place de l’Etoile. Between the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe, it spans 1.9 kilometers. There are several high-end retailers, entertainment venues, and well-known cafés and restaurants.

Cruise on the Seine: Discover the greatest way to see the “City of Light” by taking a Seine boat, especially at night. The monuments are gradually illuminated as the sunsets. You receive a front-row seat to a panoramic perspective of Paris, allowing you to take in the city’s splendor.

Disneyland Paris: Fans of Mickey Mouse may go to Disneyland Paris, which is 32 kilometers from the center of Paris and has a link to the suburbs. Disneyland (featuring Sleeping Beauty’s castle) and Walt Disney Studios are the two theme parks of Disneyland Paris. Space Mountain, It’s a Small World, and Big Thunder Mountain are the most popular attractions.

Eiffel Tower: What would Paris be like if it didn’t have its iconic Eiffel Tower? It is 324 meters high and one of the most visited monuments in the world, with almost 7 million people each year. It was built by Gustave Eiffel to mark the centennial of the French Revolution. The Eiffel Tower 58, as its name implies, is located on the first level, 58 meters above the earth. The view from the second level is the greatest at 115 meters, with a plunging perspective of the earth below. Finally, on the 3rd level, at a height of 275 meters, you can view what Gustave Eiffel’s office looked like. To reach the peak, you can use the stairs and climb 1665 steps. The climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower is a must-do if you want to get a spectacular perspective over Paris.

Louvre Museum: The Louvre is the world’s most visited art museum. This ancient edifice, which was formerly a royal palace, is located in the center of Paris. Egyptian antiquities, Oriental antiquities, Greek, Etruscan, and Roman antiquities, Islamic Art, Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Modern Times Sculptures, Objects of Art, Paintings, and Graphic Arts are the eight divisions that make up the collection.

Montmartre: Montmartre is a 130-meter-high hill on Paris’s northwestern outskirts that gives its name to the area. The white-domed Basilica of the Sacred Heart, located at the summit, is the city’s most famous feature. Visit the Square of Tertre, a few streets from the Basilica, if you’re in the region. The Place du Tertre serves as a reminder of Montmartre’s early 20th-century status as a center for contemporary art. A few meters away from the Square of Tertre lies the Espace Salvador Dal, a museum devoted mostly to the Spanish painter’s sculpture and drawings. Montmartre is home to the well-known cabaret Moulin Rouge.

Notre Dame Cathedral: It is a Roman Catholic cathedral located on the Ile de la Cité’s eastern side. It is widely regarded as one of Europe’s best examples of French Gothic architecture. With its entrances flanked by his numerous sculptures and gargoyles that cover the top, this church is a sight to behold. We recommend taking a tour of the cathedral before entering and climbing the 387 steps to the summit of the towers.

Palace of Versailles: Versailles was the center of political authority in the Kingdom of France from 1682 until 1789. It was built in the 17th century as a symbol of military force and a show of French superiority in Europe. This massive complex of buildings, gardens, and terraces is a must-see for every tourist who will be enchanted by the luxurious lodgings, opulent furnishings, furniture, and gilded Renaissance pieces of art.