10 Must-go Destinations in Paris
Known as the city of love and lights, Paris’s beauty is for many wonderful landscape and monuments. Visitors to Paris are often impressed by amazing culture art, dishes, and locals.
1. Eiffel Tour
The crown jewel of the Paris skyline is even more spectacular up close. To avoid standing in the long queue of crowd tourist, we suggest that you should booking tickets in advance.
No Parisian landmark embraces springtime blue skies so enthusiastically as the Eiffel Tower – its spire is frequently half-lost in fog in winter. The 324m-tall Eiffel Tower can be seen from further on clear spring days.
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For a panorama of the city from the tower, lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel or Michelin-starred Le Jules Verne. Les Ombres or Café Branly is the wonderful destinations for the beautiful landscape that is imprinted on blue sky.
2. Musée du Louvre
Louvre museum is so large that if you want to discover all inside, you may spend up to 9 months. So, let’s choose in priority and it can be much easier with the instruction of a tour guide.
The Louvre can be proud of its pyramid façade made of glass. Undoubtedly, it’s a wonderful place for visitors who are a fan of art history.
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The Mona Lisa and the Renaissance masterpieces will attract your eyes.
3. Seine River Cruise
Does it get any more romantic than a boat cruise down the Seine, taking in the sights and drinking champagne?
Get a unique perspective of Paris on the river with the Seine River Cruise. Spend time for a journey under Pont Neuf, The Musée d’Orsay and Notre Dame bring you the admiration of the historic landmarks and the capital’s history.
4. Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame de Paris as the “Our Lady of Paris,” with one of the first flying buttress design in architecture.
Being designed with Gothic landmarks, it attracts much impressive from people all over the world since the initial of 1160.
With a backdrop of the Seine, Notre Dame is a must-see attraction. Don’t miss the chance to climb the 422 steps up the tower for an unforgettable extensive city landscape.
5. Palace of Versailles
There is no greater luxury than seeing this ornate splendor up close. Bike through the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, tour the king’s apartments, and takes as many photos as they’ll let you!
The start of Les Grandes Eaux Musicales (Musical Fountain Show) in the magnificent gardens of Château de Versailles is leaded in late spring.
Its seasonal ‘dancing water’ fountain displays – set to music composed by baroque- and classical-era composers – are unique, magical and a highlight of any day trip from central Paris to Versailles