Planning your trip in detail beforehand will make your time in Paris worth it. It is important to have an idea of the borough your will be visiting and the amount of time you plan to spend there. Whether you are visiting for a short time or an extended time period, it is advisable to plan accordingly. If unsure of your schedule, consider using the services of a trip planner to ensure your vacation is pleasantly memorable.
→ Eiffel Tower. Your list of Paris attractions should definitely include an excursion to see the Eiffel Tower. At 1,063 feet, the top of the tower is the perfect place to see the entire city spread out in all its glory. Visitors can explore its exquisite architecture, as well as a number of restaurants and shops. Pricing starts at €10 to access the second floor by the stairs; discounts are offered for disabled customers and children up to age 11. At night, the Eiffel Tower is lit up and sparkles for five minutes every hour on the hour — truly a sight to behold!
→ Champs Elysees. The “Elysian Fields” was first developed in 1640 when space was cleared to plant a line of trees. The name is taken from Greek mythology and refers to the resting place of Greek gods. The Champs Ellise is situated between the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde. It’s one of the most beautiful avenues in Paris and is made up of several high-end stores, restaurants, and movie theaters.
→ The Louvre Museum. The Louvre is the largest art museum in the world and one of the most popular tourist destinations in France. The Louvre Museum is situated in the Louvre Palace, which was built in the late 12th century.
The museum’s collection is made up of: Egyptian Antiquities Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities Near Eastern Antiquities Islamic Art Paintings Sculptures Decorative Arts Prints and Drawings.
The Louvre is open daily (except for Tuesdays). It is open from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., with the exception of Wednesdays and Fridays, when the museum closes at 9:45 p.m. Tickets for adults are €17, with visitors under age 18 admitted free. Do include this world-class attraction on your list of things to do in Paris.
→ Orsay Museum. The museum is located in the center of Paris, on the banks of the Seine and close to the Tuileries Gardens. It was built on the site of the former Orsay railway station for the 1900 World’s Fair. The Orsay museum’s collection includes photographs, sculptures, paintings, and works of graphic arts and architecture. Open 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday-Sunday, and 9:30 a.m.-9:45 p.m. Thursday. Admission is €14.
→ Palace of Versailles. Originally built as a hunting lodge during the reign of Louis XII, the property was renovated and updated by subsequent rulers. When Louis XVI was king of France, he spent most of his time at Versailles. He and his wife, Marie Antoinette, both enjoyed their time here. Come explore one of the highlights of places to visit in Paris; Versailles is open to visitors from 9:00-6:30 daily except Mondays.
→ The Moulin Rouge. The Moulin Rouge is the most famous cabaret in the world and is definitely worth a visit during your time in Paris! The room is decorated with rich, red velvet and is waiting to welcome you. Make a reservation for the show only (includes champagne) or enjoy a sumptuous lunch or dinner expertly prepared by the Moulin Rouge’s chef, David le Quellec
→ Arc De Triomphe. The Arc de Triomphe Paris, France is the monumental of all triumphal arches. It was built in the years between 1806 and 1836. From starting, there were many changes and modifications from the original plans. Monument reflects political changes and power struggles. The Arc de Triomphe retains the essence of the original concept of strong and sturdy unified assemble.
Get to know the City of Light with our tours and guided tours. There is something for all tastes and interests.
An English-speaking guide takes you on a 2.5 hour excursion from Place Saint-Michel on the banks of the Seine to Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, the Latin Quarter, and more.
The medieval abbey has been declared a World Heritage site. Your day includes:
→ Luxury motor coach transportation to and from Mont Saint Michel.
→ A three-course lunch with beverages and coffee or tea.
→ Transportation to the island where the abbey is located.
→ A guided walking tour through the town and the eighth century monastery.
Would you like to see parts of Paris that are less “touristy”? Consider our 2.5 hour Off the Beaten Path Bike Tour. Your guide will take you to Jardin de Villemin, two other parks (Belleville and Buttes Chaumont), and other stops.Pictorial View
A three-course lunch with beverages. Transportation to the island where the abbey is located