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What to Do in Paris

Musée du Louvre

As the most visited museum in the world, the Louvre is a must-see on your vacation to Paris. Housing some of the most famous paintings ever created (La Liberté guidant le peuple and the Mona Lisa to name just two), the Louvre also contains sculptures and other art installations that will dazzle you for hours.

Palace of Versailles

Located 14 miles west of Paris, Versailles conjures up images of French kings, queens, and revolutions. The Palace itself is a must-see, as inside, you'll find the incomparable Hall of Mirrors and many other grand rooms. Outside, however, you'll find the Royal Garden, a place you can stroll through for hours. With royal frescos, statues, and crystal chandeliers, you'll feel like royalty on your trip to Versailles.

Champs-Élysées

Perhaps the most iconic street in the world, walking along the Champs-Élysées will make you feel like a Parisian. Bookended by the Arc de Triomphe and the Grand Palais, the street contains a wide plethora of shops selling clothes and food and everything between. It's a bustling environment perfect for people-watching. So, stop at a cafe or a macaron shop and settle in for true Parisian vibes.

What to See in Paris

Eiffel Tower

Is there anything more synonymous with Paris than the Eiffel Tower? Well, it wasn't always that way. Built for the 1889 World's Fair, its design was initially criticized. It is now a cultural icon of France and recognizable across the Globe. With restaurants on both the first and second levels and an observation deck on the third, behold the magnificence of this iconic tower.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Although severely damaged in the fire of April 2019 and closed to the public until 2024, the Notre-Dame Cathedral is still worth a visit during your Parisian getaway. Perched on the River Seine, it was completed in the 12th century and is considered a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. The outside is perfect for pictures, and it will leave you awed.

Arc de Triomphe

Commissioned by Napoleon in 1836, this monument honors those who fought and died in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Located on the western end of the Champs-Élysées and at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle, visitors can admire it from the outside or climb to the top by an indoor set of stairs. To avoid the busy streets, take an underground tunnel nearby.

Where to Stay in Paris

7th arrondissement

The best area for first-timers, the 7th arrondissement contains the most famous Parisian landmark: the Eiffel Tower. But it doesn't stop there. Here, you'll also find the Musée d'Orsay, a multitude of bakeries and shops, and the quaint market street, Rue Cler. There are also plenty of restaurants in this area, perfect for dining on delectable French cuisine.

1st arrondissement

One of the oldest neighborhoods of Paris and home to the Louvre, this is an excellent place to stay for sightseeing. Though it can be on the pricier end, the sights here are worth it. With the Louvre, Sainte-Chapelle, the Tuileries Garden, and many more, you'll find yourself lost in the beauty of Paris. Plus, the metro can easily take you to the other Parisian neighborhoods.

8th arrondissement

If you're looking to shop on your trip to Paris, the 8th arrondissement is for you. Here, you'll find the Champs-Elysées, where shops run galore. Find famous landmarks like the Arc de Triomphe and the Grand Palace, then stroll along the Seine and find a local restaurant or cafe, where you can relax and people watch—a favorite Parisian pastime.

Musée du Louvre

As the most visited museum in the world, the Louvre is a must-see on your vacation to Paris. Housing some of the most famous paintings ever created (La Liberté guidant le peuple and the Mona Lisa to name just two), the Louvre also contains sculptures and other art installations that will dazzle you for hours.

Palace of Versailles

Located 14 miles west of Paris, Versailles conjures up images of French kings, queens, and revolutions. The Palace itself is a must-see, as inside, you'll find the incomparable Hall of Mirrors and many other grand rooms. Outside, however, you'll find the Royal Garden, a place you can stroll through for hours. With royal frescos, statues, and crystal chandeliers, you'll feel like royalty on your trip to Versailles.

Champs-Élysées

Perhaps the most iconic street in the world, walking along the Champs-Élysées will make you feel like a Parisian. Bookended by the Arc de Triomphe and the Grand Palais, the street contains a wide plethora of shops selling clothes and food and everything between. It's a bustling environment perfect for people-watching. So, stop at a cafe or a macaron shop and settle in for true Parisian vibes.

Eiffel Tower

Is there anything more synonymous with Paris than the Eiffel Tower? Well, it wasn't always that way. Built for the 1889 World's Fair, its design was initially criticized. It is now a cultural icon of France and recognizable across the Globe. With restaurants on both the first and second levels and an observation deck on the third, behold the magnificence of this iconic tower.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Although severely damaged in the fire of April 2019 and closed to the public until 2024, the Notre-Dame Cathedral is still worth a visit during your Parisian getaway. Perched on the River Seine, it was completed in the 12th century and is considered a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. The outside is perfect for pictures, and it will leave you awed.

Arc de Triomphe

Commissioned by Napoleon in 1836, this monument honors those who fought and died in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. Located on the western end of the Champs-Élysées and at the center of the Place Charles de Gaulle, visitors can admire it from the outside or climb to the top by an indoor set of stairs. To avoid the busy streets, take an underground tunnel nearby.

7th arrondissement

The best area for first-timers, the 7th arrondissement contains the most famous Parisian landmark: the Eiffel Tower. But it doesn't stop there. Here, you'll also find the Musée d'Orsay, a multitude of bakeries and shops, and the quaint market street, Rue Cler. There are also plenty of restaurants in this area, perfect for dining on delectable French cuisine.

1st arrondissement

One of the oldest neighborhoods of Paris and home to the Louvre, this is an excellent place to stay for sightseeing. Though it can be on the pricier end, the sights here are worth it. With the Louvre, Sainte-Chapelle, the Tuileries Garden, and many more, you'll find yourself lost in the beauty of Paris. Plus, the metro can easily take you to the other Parisian neighborhoods.

8th arrondissement

If you're looking to shop on your trip to Paris, the 8th arrondissement is for you. Here, you'll find the Champs-Elysées, where shops run galore. Find famous landmarks like the Arc de Triomphe and the Grand Palace, then stroll along the Seine and find a local restaurant or cafe, where you can relax and people watch—a favorite Parisian pastime.

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