Parisian attractions:

Do not miss "Our Lady of Paris" on the Île de la Cité : one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture, and one of the largest and most well-known church buildings in the world.

  • The Eiffel Tower : The "Iron Lady" of Paris was built for the 1889 World's Fair, which commemorated the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution. The Tower is 350 metres tall. Admission: (lift to the second floor): 16€ for adults – 8€ for young people to 12 from 24 years old – 4€ for children under 12. Admission: (lift at the top) 25 € for adults – 12, 50 € for young people to 12 from 24 years old – 6, 30 € for children under 12. Admission: (lift and stairways at the top) 19 € for adults – 9, 50€ for young people to 12 from 24 years old – 4, 80 € children under 12.
    Daily from June 21st to September 2nd from 9:00 a.m to 12:45 a.m to the rest of the year from 9:30 a.m to 11:45 p.m (for athletics types the stairways are open from 9:30 am to 6: 30 p.m)
  • Notre Dame de Paris : Construction began in the year 1163, and was completed 200 years later, around 1345. The cathedral can accommodate over 6,000 worshipers. Admission is free, of course, but if you want to climb the tower, it will cost €6. The architects had not installed an elevator, so people with heart problems should abstain from taking the path of heaven ... Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. daily. Guide tours: 9:30 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. daily. Masses: 8:00, 9:00, noon, 6:45 p.m.

The Eiffel Tower or The Old Lady is one of the most iconic monuments of Paris. Get one of the best view for, Paris.

Parisian monuments:

Discover THE Parisian high spot : the Great Champs-Elysées... with its shops, restaurants and hotels, you will not get bored! 

  • The Champs ElyséesOnly the Champs Elysees section from the "Place de la Concorde" to the "Grand Palais" deserves its nickname of "most beautiful avenue in the world". The rest of the avenue is lined with shops and restaurants. Try the side streets. Do not forget to visit the Arc de Triomphe at the top of the avenue, built in the mid-eighteenth century to commemorate Napoleon's victories. Admission is €6, free for children under 12 years. Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. daily from April to October, and 10:00 am. to 11:00 pm. every day from November to March.
  • The Invalides : the construction of the hospice began in 1671 by the order of Louis XIV, who wanted to house indigent soldiers and seriously wounded French military veterans. The initial work was quickly completed, but a church was added soon after. The work took a total of thirty years! You can visit the church, several museums and the tomb of Napoleon I, whose body was brought back from St. Helena island in 1830. The admission fee is 6 euros, but is free for children under 12. Open from October to March - from 10:00 am to 4:45 pm and from April to September from 10:00 am to 5:45 pm.  

The Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris and one of the most beautiful in the city

Paris hotspots:

  • Sainte Chapelle : Located on the Ile de la Cité within the Palais de Justice, this gothic building was built under the reign of Saint Louis. The works began in 1240 to house relics from Christ's Crown of Thorns and some pieces of the Holy Cross. This remarkable church includes beautiful stained glass windows of impressive size. The admission fee is approximately 6 euros. Open everyday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • Place des Vosges : Henri IV ordered the construction of this famous square, which was not completed until 1612. Initially called the "Place Royale", it was renamed "Place des Vosges" by Napoleon I, who wanted to honour the residents of the department of Vosges for their prompt tax payments! The square is notable for its style. It is enclosed by 36 buildings which date from its construction and for its shops and small park. In the centre of which stands a statue of Louis XIII. The square is the ideal departure point for a walk in the Marais, one of the most charming historic neighbourhoods in the capital, with its rich heritage and special atmosphere. The many mansions of the 17th and 18th centuries have been transformed into internationally renowned museums: Musée Picasso Paris, Musée Carnavalet, the house of Victor Hugo museum... The Rue des Rosiers, the epicentre of the Parisian Jewish community, is well worth discovering for its atmosphere, its shops and its restaurants.