The majestic arch honours those who died in the French Revolution and
Napoleonic wars. One of Paris' illustrious monuments.
Said to be the most beautiful avenue in the world. The cafés and luxury
shops here lined by chestnut trees create a special scenery.
This beautiful basilica is popular not only for its looks, but also for its
dome which offers breath-taking views on clear days.
The city's original opera house is intimate and glam, built in
A famous square close to many important sights. The Luxor Obelisk stands in
the middle – can you read the hieroglyphs?
Many Impressionist artworks of mainly French artists are exhibited in this
museum nearby the Tuileries gardens.
A large, beautiful park with many sculptures and historical buildings to
discover. A lovely place for a walk.
In this cemetery, actually the largest in the Paris centre, you can visit
many beautiful tombs and gravestones. Also, Oscar Wilde is buried here.
Originally a church, this Neoclassical building now serves as a mausoleum.
Come see the final resting place of Voltaire and many more.
A magnificent university with a tradition reaching back to the 13th century.
Come visit Paris' iconic seat of learning.
A traditional student quarter that still retains its lively atmosphere even
now. Popular for its international bistros.
This exquisite building no longer serves as a hotel, but is an administrative
centre and many foreign guests visit it during various events.
Visit a location where the Parisian aristocracy used to live! There are many
interesting and marvellous buildings around.
Well-known for its high-tech architecture. Houses a number of institutions,
including Europe's largest modern art museum.
The oldest bridge in Paris. Bronze equestrian statue of King Henry IV and
384 of the sculptured faces.
The whole chapel is lined by 13th century stained glass – just visit on a
sunny day and marvel at the spectacular lightshow.
A true masterpiece of Gothic architecture, both on the outside and the
inside. The reliquary holds many first-class relics. Do not miss.
The most-visited museum in the world – for a reason. Of course, do not
miss the Mona Lisa, but there are many other gems, too.
As a part of the Louvre palace, this museum hosts an amazing collection of
various decorative arts which is totally worth seeing!
A stroll along Seine's waterfront is a must while in the city of lights, no
matter if you have a sweetheart or not.
If you love Impressionist art, this museum is a must-visit. Paintings of the
best-known artists who worked in this style are displayed here.
Erected for the 1900 World Exposition, it now houses national galleries
beneath its huge Art Nouveau glass roof.
This Art Nouveau bridge with its ornate decorations and white beauty is a
truly picturesque sight.
The most iconic sight in all of Paris. Do not miss this iron lady known all
around the world. The views from the top are out of this world.
One of the largest parks in Paris located between the Eiffel Tower and the
École Militaire. Covering 24,5 hectares.
This Baroque complex is home to many military monuments and museums and also
a hospital for war veterans. Napoleon is buried here.