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  2. Sep 5, 2023 · Our Top Ten in Paris Eiffel Tower Musee d’Orsay The Louvre The Arc de Triomphe Dine at street café Notre Dame Cathedral Montmartre Sacre-Coeur Le Marais Walk along the Seine River

    • Eiffel Tower (from USD 379.0) Eiffel Tower is the most prominent and world-famous attraction in Paris that no one can afford to miss when holidaying in France.
    • Musee d'Orsay (from USD 214.05) Situated on the left bank of River Seine, you can find the mesmerizing Musee d'Orsay museum in Paris. It holds noteworthy French art which dates back from the year 1848 to 1914.
    • Moulin Rouge (from USD 168.15) attractions in paris | moulin rouge. moulin rouge. Show all photos. Watch one of the most popular cabaret shows on the globe at Moulin Rouge.
    • Musée Picasso (Picasso National Museum) (from USD 321.08) Situated in the exquisite 17th-century Hôtel Salé, Musée Picasso i.e. Picasso National Museum is a marvelous place to view the outstanding work of artist Pablo Picasso.
    • Arc de Triomphe. Start by taking the subway (1.90 EUR) to station ‘Charles de Gaulle – Etoile’. From here, walk to the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most iconic sights on any trip to Paris.
    • Laduree Macarons. Beautiful colored meringues, filled with a variety of flavorsome filling; macarons are synonymous with France! Laduree is one of the most beautiful and famous shops in Paris, with shops all around the city.
    • Pont Alexandre III. One of the most wonderful things about Paris is its two sides separated by the beautiful River Seine. And where there’s a river, you’ll always find some interesting bridges!
    • Musee d’Orsay. Musée d’Orsay is 10 minutes from the Pont Alexandre III. Cross the bridge and follow the arty boulevard to discover the memorable art museum.
    • Le Marais. Besides the Eiffel Tower, if you really want to get to know this gem of a French city, you have to witness the beauty of Le Marais firsthand.
    • Jardin des Tuileries. Adjacent to the iconic Louvre Museum is the equally enchanting Jardin des Tuileries, or the Tuileries Garden in English. It served as the garden of the Tuileries Palace which was burned in 1871.
    • Parisian Baguette. When we think of the French coming out of artisan grocery shops with brown bags on their hands, we mostly picture those long, loaf breads poking out the top.
    • Galeries Lafayette. Galeries Lafayette is a shopper’s haven in Paris. It is a chain of upmarket department stores, with the flagship store located on Boulevard Haussmann in the 9th arrondissement of Paris.
    • Eiffel Tower. Looming large over the Parisian cityscape is the Eiffel Tower, or Tour Eiffel. The tallest structure in Paris at 324 meters, it was built by Gustave Eiffel for the 1889 Exposition Universelle (World’s Fair).
    • Luxembourg Gardens. The Luxembourg Gardens, (or Jardin du Luxembourg) are the extensive grounds of the Luxembourg Palace (Palais du Luxembourg). Once the home of royalty, the Palace is now occupied by the French Senate.
    • Musée d’Orsay. The Musée d’Orsay is famous for both the art it contains and the artistic stylings of the building that contains it. The museum is housed in what used to be a train station, the Beaux-Arts styled Gare D’Orsay.
    • Cathedral of Notre-Dame. Ah, this one tugs at my heart. The medieval cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris is one of my favorite must-see Paris attractions, and another one that I visit on each trip.
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