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The Places You Must Visit If you are in Paris

Day 1: Around the Eiffel Tower

Channel your inner City in Paris and start your day with a delicious coffee and a freshly baked Croissant at a Bakery near your accommodation. Practice your French and enjoy the satisfaction of these perfect layers of hot pastries!

1. triumphal Arch

Start with the metro to the ‘Charles De Gaulle-Etoile’ station. From here you can walk to the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most famous sights of any trip to Paris. The huge square arch is located at the western end of the famous Champs-Elysées Street, a wide avenue that has been seen in many famous films.

Completed in 1836, the monument pays to the armies of the Revolution and the Empire with beautiful sculptures on the stone. Within the walls of the building there is a small museum that tells you about the history of the Triumphal Arch, as well as interesting historical photos.

The best thing is that you can climb to the top! Almost 300 steps after you will find an observation deck with spectacular views of the city. At sunset, you will see beautiful colors in the sky and at night, you will be able to watch Paris live up to its name of “city of lights”. You can even see the lights of the Eiffel Tower; it is covered with 20,000 light bulbs!

2. Laduree Macaroons

Beautiful colorful meringues, filled with a variety of tasty fillings; Macaroons are synonymous with France! Laduree is one of the most beautiful and famous shops in Paris, with shops all over the city.

One of the most elegant is located on the Champs-Elysées, just a 10-minute walk from the Arc de Triomphe. Sit back and enjoy the neoclassical-style interiors as if you had traveled to the past to eat Rainbow Macaroons with Marie Antoinette.

Alternatively, you can choose your flavors and have them packed to take away. These will make a delicious gift from your trip to Paris! Look At The Location.

3. Alexander III Bridge

One of the most beautiful things about Paris is its two sides, separated by the magnificent Seine. And where there is a river, you will always find interesting bridges! Head to the Seine River (about 15 minutes from Laduree) to see one of the most beautiful bridges in Paris: The Alexandre III Bridge.

This is a very important bridge, known for its central location and awesome architecture. On the bridge you will find many columns with golden-winged horses. In addition, the bridge is lined with old-fashioned lamps, which makes it a particularly romantic place for a night walk when you cross the bridge overlooking the Eiffel Tower and the Grand Palais.

4. Orsay Museum

The Orsay Museum is a 10-minute walk from the Alexandre III Bridge. Cross the bridge and follow the art boulevard to discover the memorable art museum.

The long building, which was once a railway station, is impressive from the outside. However, the interior is really beautiful! Discover a large open space with a vaulted glass roof that covers incredible art collections. Whether you like traditional or modern art, you will find something to enjoy at the Musée d’Orsay.

5. Eiffel Tower -a must in Paris

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous monuments in the world, along with the Statue of Liberty, the Taj Mahal and the Leaning Tower of Pisa. It is an icon of Paris (and France!), which towers over the city during the day and illuminates it at night.

No trip to Paris is complete without a visit to this spectacular monument. You can find your way to the Eiffel Tower from the museum by following the skyline. Grab a delicious lunch nearby along the way or buy a Baguette from the bakery and make your own picnic to eat under the tower.

Admiring the Eiffel Tower from below is already an experience. Walk around the building and enjoy a view from all angles or climb the stairs in front of the Trocadero Gardens to get fantastic photos and a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower.

Climb to the top of the Eiffel Tower

Visiting the top of the tower is a little more expensive, but a great idea if you want to live a unique experience and enjoy an exceptional view during your trip to Paris.

You will find the beginning of this fantastic Parisian view on the first floor with the added excitement of a transparent glass floor from which you can look down.

On the second floor, as you climb higher and higher, you will have access to Michelin-starred Restaurants, shops and even a Macaroon counter to eat your treats from this remarkable place.

The top is the most sensational of all, because you are 276 meters above Paris and only have the top of the tower and the sky above you. Take a glass of champagne to toast to the present Moment!

Day 2: Montmartre (best to do in Paris)

Montmartre is the most beautiful district of Paris. What was once a small village on the hill, separated from the city, today constitutes the 18th arrondissement of Paris.

It was once popular with artists, musicians and poets who came here to paint and write, inspired by the beautiful Parisian countryside. It also had a famous period of cabarets, brothels and underground nightlife, mainly known for the Moulin Rouge.

6. Basilica Of The Sacred Heart

The Sacré-Coeur Basilica is the icon of Montmartre, a superb white church perched on top of the hill overlooking Paris. Climb the steep cobbled streets and zigzag stair blocks to reach the gardens under the Church, from where you will have a view of the impressive three-domed church that looks more like a palace!

You can reach the central dome by climbing 300 steps, from where you will have an even better panoramic view of Paris.

7. The most beautiful street in Paris (Rue de L’Abreuvoir)

Known as the most beautiful street in Paris, Rue de l’Abreuvoir is located on the charming hills of Montmartre. You could easily spend a morning walking around the area, getting lost in the streets, and taking pictures of the beautiful houses and doors.

However, a visit to the Rue de l’Abreuvoir is an absolute must during your trip to Paris! This street is also one of the oldest, first mentioned in 1325, and is home to old houses from the 1930s.

The most famous house on Rue de l’Abreuvoir is “the Pink House”. This beautiful pink house with green shutters and an ivy ceiling behind it is a famous cafe that was once frequented by many famous writers, poets, and artists. Picasso even hung out at this place!

8. see the Moulin Rouge

Take a walk up the hill towards Pigalle, where you will find many picturesque places and, of course, the famous Moulin Rouge. Montmartre was once famous for its many windmills that stood here on the hill, one of which housed the Moulin Rouge (moulin rouge) during the period of underground nightlife and debauchery in the neighborhood.

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