A true masterpiece of Gothic architecture, both on the outside and the
inside. The reliquary holds many first-class relics. Do not miss.
The whole chapel is lined by 13th century stained glass – just visit on a
sunny day and marvel at the spectacular lightshow.
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.
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.
A large, beautiful park with many sculptures and historical buildings to
discover. A lovely place for a walk.
A famous square close to many important sights. The Luxor Obelisk stands in
the middle – can you read the hieroglyphs?
This Baroque complex is home to many military monuments and museums and also
a hospital for war veterans. Napoleon is buried here.
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.
Great complex founded by Louis XV in 1751. Consists of a central pavilion
with two wings.
This Art Nouveau bridge with its ornate decorations and white beauty is a
truly picturesque sight.
Said to be the most beautiful avenue in the world. The cafés and luxury
shops here lined by chestnut trees create a special scenery.
The majestic arch honours those who died in the French Revolution and
Napoleonic wars. One of Paris' illustrious monuments.