Climb Eiffel Tower
The Gustave Eiffel Tower is undoubtedly most famous landmark in Paris. Built in 1889 as centerpiece of that year's World's Fair, this monument is tallest building in French capital. More than 7 million people visit Eiffel Tower every year.
A symbol of French history, visit Arc de Triomphe
Originally designed by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1806 to commemorate victory of his army at Battle of Austerlitz, Arc de Triomphe took 30 years to build. The "Eternal Flame", located under sculptural arch of Arc de Triomphe and over tomb of Unknown Soldier, will be lit again from 1923 at 18:30 on November 11.
Walk in Tuileries Garden in Paris
The Tuileries Garden is oldest and largest public garden in Paris. Its gravel paths and manicured lawns offer unrivaled views of Place de la Concorde and Arc de Triomphe. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.
Be inspired by Louvre
In eastern part of Tuileries Gardens is largest art museum in world - Louvre. What remains of former royal palace, built in 12th century, is still visible, and every year over 8 million people come to see its 38,000 pieces of art, making it most visited museum in world.
A song trip to Palais Garnier
The opera house was built between 1861 and 1875. This is one of most luxurious buildings in Paris, at that time 14 artists and 73 sculptors worked in it. It is regal with a painted ceiling, which was opened in building in 1964.
Watch a show at Moulin Rouge
The Moulin Rouge was founded in 1889 by Charles Zidler and Joseph Ole. You can watch a cabaret show, which is of course expensive, or you go there just to take pictures with the famous windmills.
Journey to Sacred Heart of Paris
Walk through winding streets of Montmartre or climb a steep hill on a special cable car that will take you to Sacré-Coeur Basilica. Located at highest point in Paris, white cathedral is visible from a distance across city, and views from largest dome are simply incredible.
Appreciate contemporary art and architecture
Located in heart of Paris, between Les Halles and Marais, Pompidou Center is National Museum of Modern Art and largest contemporary art museum in Europe. It is also a large public library and a center for music research. The unique interior and exterior structure, including exterior elevators and piping, was completed in 1977.
Relax at Place des Vosges
The Place des Vosges, famous for its neatly trimmed trees and surrounding red brick buildings, is oldest municipal square in Paris. Built by Henry IV between 1605 and 1612, Place des Vosges became a gathering place for French nobility between the 17th and 18th centuries. Today it is a great place to sunbathe and people watch.
Celebration of French Revolution in Place de la Bastille
You can come here to feel revolutionary spirit of French.
Walking along Canal Saint-Martin
The Canal Saint-Martin was dug between 1802 and 1825 with funds raised from wine tax. Shops, cafes and bars are located along banks of canal. During summer, locals gather by water for baguettes, cheese and wine to relax and dine al fresco.
Pay your respects at Pere Lachaise cemetery
It is next to Gambetta Underground Station, final resting place of Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison.
Admiring stunning stained glass windows of Sainte-Chapelle
Not far from hotel is Notre Dame Cathedral, another of gothic marvels of Paris. This towering stone building was built between 1238 and 1248. Louis IX used it as a royal chapel and kept his relics there, and today it is best known for its magnificent 13th-century stained glass windows.
Walk in Luxembourg Gardens
On right bank of Seine, between Saint-Germain-des-Prés and Latin Quarter, you will find beautiful Luxembourg Gardens. Among its parks and palaces was home of Marie de Medici in early 17th century. The opening hours of park vary depending on season.
Commemoration of great figures of French history at Panthéon in Paris
The Pantheon is greatest monument of Latin Quarter in Paris. Used to commemorate some of country's greatest figures.
View from Montparnasse Tower
A single skyscraper on Parisian skyline can sometimes seem a bit out of place, but from top of Montparnasse Tower, you get a 360-degree view of entire city. The hotel is located opposite SNCF Montparnasse and 14th arrondissement metro station, less than 1 minute by lift to roof terrace where you can admire city lights, get some fresh air and take some breathtaking photos.
Paris Catacombs Dark Tour
One of darkest topics in typical tourist's guide to Paris has to be a visit to Parisian catacombs. The catacombs, located in an extensive network of ancient quarries under city streets, contain remains of about six million people, which were once used to decorate walls and ceilings. The crypt was created in 1738 and has been a tourist attraction since early 19th century.
Experience history of France at Les Invalides
With its golden spire crowning its glory, Les Invalides is a former military hospital and nursing home commissioned by Louis XIV in 1670 and completed in 1708. 15 interconnected courtyards now serve as a military museum.
Enjoy spectacular Musee d'Orsay
Originally built to host guests at 1900 World's Fair, station now houses world's largest collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist masterpieces. Over 2,000 paintings and over 600 sculptures by artists such as Monet, Renoir and Seurat dating from 1848 to 1914. The museum is one of most popular tourist attractions in Paris.
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