5 Things To See & Do In Paris
Updated: Apr 30
Paris has many attractions, historical sites, and museums. Make sure to include these extraordinary sites on your itinerary.
1. Visit the Eiffel Tower at Night
You can't visit Paris without visiting the Eiffel Tower. What better way to see than at night with its golden twinkling lights. You can have an unforgettable experience riding on top of a tour bus with Big Bus Tour. This tour allows you to explore the night life of Paris, taking you from the bustling Arc de Triomphe to the gleaming Eiffel Tower. Day or Night, you won't want to miss this experience.
2. Take a Trip to the Louvre
Whether you are an art aficionado or not, the Louvre is very elegant and one of the most visited art museums in the world. Even though it would take about 75 days to see every artwork in the Louvre, make sure checkout some of the highlights. From the Mona Lisa to Venus de Milo, the Louvre will surely be a remarkable experience.
3. Wander to Versailles
The opulent palace of Versailles, situated 15 miles from the city center, is worth the detour. Versailles is among the most visited places in all of France, with its beautifully manicured gardens, lavish interiors and prominent role in history. Avoid the long lines by arriving early or purchasing your tickets in advance. Imagine wandering around the
magnificent palace grounds in the morning before enjoying your lunch like royalty!
4. Explore Inside Notre Dame Cathedral
Sitting right in the city centre, Notre Dame Cathedral seems like the beating heart of Paris.
This magnificent example of Gothic architecture is more than 850 years old and has become a witness of the most important events of French history. Take a moment to enjoy the elegant exterior of the cathedral-complete with grimacing gargoyles-before heading into the impressive structure itself. This is truly one of the most astounding cathedrals.
5. Get Lost in the Les Galeries LaFayette
Don't let a rainy day ruin your vacation, visit the one of the biggest malls in Paris. Les Galeries LaFayette is a world-renowned French high-end department store and mall home to hundreds of designer names. The Paris flagship store has beautiful art nouveau-style interior furniture and many visitors come to enjoy it.