Attractions in Paris

Here is a variety of Attractions in Paris For a perfect vacation. We recommend hurrying up and reserving rooms as soon as possible, equals are snatched up quickly. All hotels with instant booking. Have a nice vacation, come back in peace, your perfect vacation starts here:

5-star hotel in the area of the Champs Elysees / Champs Elysees / Eighth District – Elysees, located 0.1 km from Louis Vuitton Camps. Price range: 355$ – 768$ per night. recommended!
Pampering at an international level!
1-star hostel in the area of the Saint-Martin Canal / Jura / St. Louis Hospital / Tenth District – Entropo, located 0.2 km from the Saint-Martin Canal. Price range: 46$ – 262$ per night.
Pampering for the price
4-star hotel in the Paris area, located 0.3 km from the Paris Dome. Price range: 137$ – 300$ per night.
Very indulgent

The capital of France also known as the “City of Lights” is the largest city in France and is located on the banks of the Seine. Beyond being one of the world’s most famous tourist destinations, it is also one of the main centers of religion, economy, and education in Europe and a major transportation hub for the entire continent.
Visitors will be able to be impressed by the spectacular and well-preserved history and heritage sites, some of the most impressive art collections in the world, gardens and palaces, mesmerizing cabaret performances, and some of the best culinary in the world.
It is a perfect destination for loving couples, and families with children, and also for single travelers looking for magical corners to dream about.
Arriving in Paris and do not know where to start? We have put together for you the must-see sites that every tourist must visit at least once.


The Louvre Museum (Musée du Louvre)

A museum with a magnificent structure that was built in the 12th century. It is the largest in Paris and one of the oldest and most famous museums in the world. The building used to be a fortified royal palace designed to protect against the Vikings and from the 16th century became the residence of the kings of France, who in turn renovated it and built new wings in it. In the 18th century, the building became a museum and was opened to the public.
Today, more than 8 million tourists and locals visit the place every year and wander between 3 wings displaying various collections, over 35,000 works of art, and from time to time host rotating exhibitions.
Among the most famous works that can be found at the place: the Mona Lisa, The Wedding at the Barrel, The Madonna and Child, and more.


Pompidou Center (Centre Georges-Pompidou)

A building with a modern architecture that shows its guts (all its systems, including the plumbing and stairs) to the outside. It stands in the heart of Paris and also serves as the residence of the French National Museum of Modern Art and as a public library. The place is named after the president of France in the late 1970s, Georges Pompidou, but some locals call it “Beauvoir” after the district in which it is located.
In place of 6 floors dedicated to culture and art where more than 60,000 works are displayed and at the top of the building is a famous restaurant and an impressive panoramic vantage point over the entire city, including the Notre Dame Church and the Eiffel Tower.
Among the most famous works that can be found at the place: the breakfast table, the statue of silence, and many more.


Gate of Victory (Arc De Triomphe)

The gate, built in the 19th century by order of the ruler of France, Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, is one of the most famous monuments in Paris and is located in the famous Charles de Gaulle Square. In the square, formerly known as “Etoile Square” due to its star-like shape, 12 major boulevards of Paris intersect, such as the Champs Elysees.
The gate is decorated with impressive stone reliefs that commemorate important events in the history of the country to visit it one has to reach through an underground tunnel and then one can tour the place on foot or by elevator. From the top of the building, which rises to a height of 50 meters, a panoramic view of the entire area of ​​the square and the roads that meet in it, and below it is the “Tomb of the Unknown Soldier” (Tombe du Soldat inconnu).


Eiffel Tower (Eiffel Tour)

The most famous symbol of France and one of the most famous and touristy sites in the world is the Iron Tower which was built in the late 19th century on the Great Seine River. The building rises to a height of 324 meters (which at the time was the tallest building in the world) and marks 100 years of the French Revolution.
You can just take a peek and a photogenic photo from the side or go up for a breathtaking view of the city of Paris, but those interested in the second option should take into account the long waiting times – the site is visited by more than 7 million visitors each year.
In order to reach the top of the tower, the best walkers will be able to climb no less than 1665 steps or climb one of the 7 elevators that operate on the site. Either way, entry to the observation decks is for a fee and in order to save a long wait in line, it is advisable to purchase tickets at least a week in advance through the website.


Boating on the Seine River (Seine)

A unique way to experience Paris is by boating on the river that flows along its entire length and divides the city in two. On the cruise, you will be impressed by a slightly different perspective on the city’s historical and cultural sites and hear interesting anecdotes from an experienced guide, in one of 15 languages.
There are many options to participate in the attraction, depending on your preferences – Hop-Off cruise where you can get on and off the ship near the tourist attractions (similar to a tourist bus), combined offers that also include entry to sites and even skipping the queue, a cruise that includes a jazz show, a cruise that includes a chef’s meal or Champagne tasting and more. In order to enjoy an explanation in a language that suits you and at the desired time, it is recommended to book tickets in advance.


Disneyland Paris (Parc Disneyland) / Eurodisney (Euro Disney)

Who would not want to visit the Sleeping Beauty Castle, the magical world of Peter Pan, or watch fireworks and colorful processions in which the heroes of his childhood delight? Disneyland is where dreams come true. A large amusement park opened in 1992 by the Walt Disney Company, owned by Eurodisney, opens its gates to anyone who is a real child, or a child at heart.
In a park visited by more than 11 million guests a year, you can fully enjoy less than 50 facilities – about half of them are for small children, and the rest, except for about 10 with height restrictions, are known for the whole family. The facilities are scattered in several kingdoms (Wild West, Fantasy Land, Adventure Land, and Land of Future and Science) and for those who do not purchase a fast transit ticket in advance, it is recommended to spend at least one full day in the park from closing until closing.
Adjacent to the park is another park, Walt Disney Studios Park, which is smaller but also has spectacular facilities and is dedicated to everything related to the studio work behind the movies – stunts, animation, and scenery.


Versailles Palaces and Gardens (Château de Versailles, Jardins de Versailles)

The palaces and gardens adjacent to them are one of the most famous monuments in the world and constitute a lasting relic of the French monarchy in the 17th and 18th centuries. The palaces house royal estates and apartments, the Royal Opera, the Hall of Peace and War, the Hall of Mirrors, and the Museum of the History of France.
In fact, it is a heritage site located outside Paris and some see its location, which is not random, as a symbol of the gap between the abundance and ostentation of the aristocratic class in the face of the poverty of the lower class, which led to the French Revolution.

The gardens that surround the palace are a classic example of the French garden style that symbolizes human superiority over nature – they are clean, well-kept, and carefully designed and you will not see any wild vegetation in them. The gardens cover a large area of ​​more than 8 square kilometers and are decorated with spectacular vegetation, sculptures, symmetrical paths leading to hidden gems, fountains, water canals, and buildings – including Marie Antoinette’s estate. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Paris and in 1979 was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Moulin Rouge

A magnificent and glamorous cabaret club that has become a symbol of French bohemian culture. The place first opened at the end of the 19th century and was named after the red windmill that is located on its roof and is its trademark.
From its opening to the present day, it has featured great artists, including Frank Sinatra, Josephine Baker, and Edith Piaf, and has served as an inspirational model for the works of many artists such as the painter Toulouse-Lautrec.
Today the place is an attraction for millions of tourists and for those interested in watching a traditional cabaret show, it is recommended to purchase tickets in advance.


Cathédrale Notre-Dame

The place where the beautiful church stands has been used as a place of worship for about two thousand years. First, a temple was built there in honor of the god Jupiter which was later replaced by the Basilica of Saint-Etienne (a church dedicated to St. Stephen), on the ruins of the basilica was built in the 6th century a large church that later became the first cathedral of Paris and only in the 12th-century construction began. -14.
Apart from being an impressive architectural structure and spectacular in its beauty, the cathedral is known for its art treasures – paintings, stained glass, sculptures, and even relics of saints and it is from this that inspired Hugo Vector for his book “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”.
On April 15, 2019, in the evening a large fire broke out in the building which was extinguished only the next morning. The fire caused heavy damage to the building and consumed its roof, one of its spiers, and some of the stained glass windows.
The President of France has promised that the cathedral will be rebuilt and although it is not possible to visit it at this time, history buffs are advised to tour it and be impressed by the impressive structure even in its current state.


Champs Elysees (champs-Élysées)

One of the most famous boulevards in the world and probably the most famous in France. The 2-kilometer-long boulevard begins at the Place de la Concorde and ends at the famous Place Charles de Gaulle. You can tour along its entire length and visit other tourist and heritage sites, including the Arc De Triomphe, the Grand Palais, and the Petit Palais, the Pont Alexandre-III, the Jardin des Tuileries. The Palais de Élysées, the Musee du Louvre and more.
Apart from the famous sites, the boulevard also offers beautiful churches, gardens, the presidential residence, and a commercial area with offices alongside jewelry, clothing, and cosmetics stores from the best brands in the world and the place.

In conclusion, history, art, gardens, shopping, and shows – in Paris, you will find everything from everything and you can be sure that everything will be aesthetically pleasing, meticulous, and delicious.
Lovers, nomads, families, and Instagram lovers – you have chosen the right destination.

5-star hotel in the area of Shayo / Trocadero / 16th arrondissement – Passi, 0.3 km from the Crystal Museum in Carat. Price range: 328$ – 577$ per night.
Very indulgent
5-star hotel in the Otoi / 16th arrondissement – Passi district, 0.2 km from the Statue of Liberty in Paris. Price range: 198$ – 435$ per night.
Very indulgent
4-star hotel in the Maison-Blanche / Cartier de la Poplia / Place d’Alti / Asia / 17th arrondissement – Goblins area, 0.5 km from La Bot-au-Cay. Price range: 104$ – 168$ per night.
Pampering for the price
5-star hotel in the area of the 8th arrondissement – Elysee / Madeleine, located 0.3 km from the Mathews Theater. Price range: 357$ – 796$ per night. Recommended!
Very indulgent
Hostel in the area of the 12th district – Royal / Bercy / Experience / Pickpocket, located 0.4 km from a planted promenade. Price range: 74$ – 195$ per night. recommended!
Very indulgent
5-star hotel in the Poborg du Roll / Eighth arrondissement – Elysee district, 0.3 km from the Jackmart-Andre Museum. Price range: 307$ – 640$ per night.
Very indulgent