Top-Rated Tourist Attractions
The Eiffel Tower was designed for the Exposition Universelle, a world fair held in Paris in 1889. It is currently the most famous symbol of Paris.
Built between 1163 and 1245, Notre Dame de Paris is one of the oldest gothic cathedrals in the world. Find out more about this magnificent cathedral.
The Arc de Triomphe is one of the main symbols of Paris. The construction of the monument began in 1806 commissioned by Napoleon.
The Panthéon was the first major monument in Paris. Built between 1764 and 1790, it’s necropolis was used to bury famous French citizens.
The magnificent Hôtel national des Invalides was designed during the seventeenth century as a home and hospital for retired French soldiers.
The Palais Garnier and the Opéra Bastille make up the Paris Opera. The magnificent Neo-Baroque building was built by Napoleón III.
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart, known in French as the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur is one of the most important religious buildings in Paris.
The Sainte-Chapelle (Holy Chapel) is a gothic style church built between 1242 and 1248 to house the relics of the Passion of Christ.
Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO over thirty years ago, the Palace of Versailles is one of the most famous palaces worldwide.
There are over thirty bridges, footbridges and different types of walkways along the River Seine. Find out which ones are worth visiting.
Tour Montparnasse (Montparnasse Tower) has one of the best observation decks of Paris. Find out about one of the tallest skyscrapers in Paris.
The Catacombs of Paris are a network of tunnels that stretch for over 300km which were used as an ossuary for millions of people from various periods.
The Basilica of St Denis is the burial site of the French Royal Family and the first Gothic church of Paris. Find in-depth information about the temple.
L’église de la Madeleine (Madeleine Church) is one of the city’s most curious temples due to its classic Greek design. Find in-depth information about it.
The Church of Saint Sulpice is one of tallest churches in Paris and is one of the most popular thanks to its role in the novel The Da Vinci Code.
The Chapelle expiatoire is a commemorative monument constructed on the grounds where Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were buried.
The Palais Royal (Royal Palace) is located to the north of the Louvre. Curiously, the palace was built as a residence for Cardinal Richelieu.
Built at the end of the twelfth century, the Château de Vincennes is the only Royal residence built during the Middle Ages that is still intact.
Built as a Royal Family residence and seat of the French Parliament, the building was turned into one of the worst prisons of the period