What To See In Paris
The most important attractions of the French capital
Get inspired to organize your trip to Paris with the most popular places to visit in the city.
No matter if you come for 3 days or 20, this city deserves a visit at all times of the year: in spring and summer to enjoy the “joie de vivre” outdoors; and in the colder seasons to take advantage of its great cultural offer and soak up the bohemian atmosphere in a cafe by the Seine.
The Eiffel Tower is the most famous monument in Paris, and the Louvre Museum is one of the most famous in the world, include them in your visit. But do not leave out other special places in the city such as the Basilica of the Sacré Coeur, at the top of the Montmartre district and with beautiful views of Paris from the top.
A must-see during your visit is the Ile de la Cité, a natural island in the Seine where you will find the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Sainte Chapelle and La Conciergerie. Also, to get to the island you can use the Pont Neuf.
Once you have finished exploring the city, do not miss one of the excursions from Paris.
Places to visit in Paris
There are many places of interest that are part of your mental list of pending dreams. But there are also unnoticed places worth visiting - discover them!
The most famous monument in Paris. It has adorned the capital since 1889. We explain how to visit it.
Notre Dame Cathedral
Jewel of French history whose construction took 150 years. Located on the Île de la Cité.
Basilica of the Sacred Heart
Sacre Coeur is worth a visit for its magnificent architecture, charming surroundings and views over Paris.
The Seine River is one of the most emblematic Parisian icons. Discover its bridges and places to see on the Seine, as well as the activities and boat trips you can do along its course.
Place de la Concorde
One of the most important public squares in Paris. Here Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette were executed by guillotine.
Avenue des Champs Elysées
Champs-Élysées runs through the center of Paris, linking the Place de la Concorde with the Arc de Triomphe. A very popular walk in Paris.
Cementerio Père Lachaise
In the 44 hectares of this famous Parisian cemetery rest figures such as Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison, Chopin and Édith Piaf.
Saint Denis Basilica
Burial place of the French monarchy, including Marie Antoinette. First Gothic temple built in Paris.
At the Grand Palais in Paris you can visit temporary and permanent exhibitions inside a structure made for the Universal Exposition of 1900.
Modern theater in Paris next to the Place de la Bastille. Check their agenda if you want to attend one of their shows during your visit.