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Unlock the magic of Paris

Take a trip through the city of romance. Immerse yourself in shimmering Paris, home to the world’s finest couture and cuisine; admire the legacy of revolutions artistic and political; enjoy atmospheric local haunts which can be found only with the help of an insider.

Attractions in Paris

The Louvre
The Louvre is the biggest museum in the world. Inside you’ll find the jewels of every civilisation since prehistory.
The Latin Quarter
The Latin Quarter represents the essence of intellectual Paris, a place to unwind amidst the rarefied atmosphere of the 5th and 6th arrondissements.
Notre-Dame de Paris
Notre Dame, perched on an island in the heart of Paris, is one of the finest cathedrals in the world.
Place de la Concorde
One of the major public squares in the city centre, well-known for its fountains and obelisk - and its bloody history.
The Eiffel Tower
Completed in 1889 amid much controversy, the Eiffel Tower has become a symbol of Parisian style and success.
Saint-Pierre de Montmartre
An unsung gem of a medieval church, Saint-Pierre started life in the 12th century as a renowned women's monastery.
Le Sacré-Coeur
The Sacré-Coeur is a white basilica perched atop Montmartre, with a stunning view of Paris below.
Moulin de la Galette
A windmill in the historic Montmartre district that has been immortalised in works by Renoir and Van Gogh.
Versailles' Royal Chapel
This extraordinary two-level palatine chapel is one of many delights to be found at the Palace of Versailles.
Versailles' Hall of Mirrors
The Hall of Mirrors reflects the height of French prosperity under Louis XIV.
Versailles Gardens
These gardens are a feat to match the palace's interiors, designed by King Louis XIV's royal gardener.
The Mona Lisa
There’s little that can be said about the world's most famous painting that hasn’t been said before. But don’t miss it...
The Venus de Milo
This Ancient Greek statue depicting Aphrodite of Milos is possibly the world's most acclaimed marble masterpiece.
The Victory of Samothrace
The Winged Victory of Samothrace is a must-see in the Louvre: a paradigm of Greek beauty, the archetype of Hellenistic sculpture.
Île de la Cité
This island in the middle of the River Seine is the historical heart of Paris.
Montmartre
A vibrant and artistic neighbourhood once home to Renoir and Gauguin, offering spectacular views over the city.
Trocadero
A historical area that offers spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower from across the River Seine.
Musee d'Orsay
One of the world's definitive collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art, installed in the former Orsay train station.
Van Gogh 'Starry Night Over the Rhone'
This painting is one of the highlights from the Musée d'Orsay’s Van Gogh collection.
Renoir ‘Bal du Moulin de la Galette’
This Renoir work is one of Impressionism's most celebrated masterpieces, depicting romantic bourgeois Paris in the 1870s.
Cézanne 'Card Players'
This peaceful Cézanne painting is one of the Post-Impressionist’s most enduring works.
Monet 'Houses of Parliament'
A superlative example of the Impressionist style developed by Claude Monet, depicting the world in a way that no camera ever could.
Moulin Rouge at night
An iconic venue opened in the late 19th century, credited with the invention of the can-can dance.
French Bread
France is most famous for the long, thin and crispy baguettes that are found the world over.
French Wine
There are few countries that can boast wines as varied and refined as France.
French Chocolate
Gourmet French chocolates are a delight for all the senses.
French Cheese
Brie, Rochefort, Camembert and countless others ... indulge your tastebuds.
Utah Beach
Utah was one of the allied landing sites in Normandy, around 21,000 American infantry landed here on D-Day.
German Cemetery
This cemetary contains over 20,000 soldiers from the German armed forces, and is located in the near the village of Cambe.
Omaha Beach
The other American landing site, there were heavy casualties with 2500 killed in action in the first wave.
Pointe du Hoc
The heavily fortified high point between Omaha and Utah beaches, which was stormed by a Ranger assault team.
American Cemetery
The resting place for thousands of American soldiers that died during the Normandy landings.
Les Berges River Path
A pedestrianised recreation pathway along the river's edge
Pont Alexandre III
A deck arch bridge built in 1900. Widely regarded as the most extravagant bridge in the city
Tuileries Garden
A public garden located between the Louvre Museum and the Place de la Concorde
Musée de l'Orangerie
A gallery occupying the old orangery of the Tuileries Palace. Monet's water lilies are housed here
Monet's House, Giverny
Monet lived here with his eight children, he spent much of his time in his studio and cultivating his garden.
Monet's Water Garden
An inspiration for his work, he was particularly interested in the play of light and clouds onto the water.
The Clos Normand
The flower garden at the front of the house which Monet tirelessly worked on with his wife Alice.
Panthéon
Initially designed to outdo the great architecture of Rome and London's churches, the Panthéon later became a place of interment for distinguished French figures.
La Sorbonne
Founded in 1253 to give impoverished students the opportunity to study theology, this is one of the world's most famous universities.
Le Jardin du Luxembourg
Spanning 25 hectares, this stunning garden is a quintessential Parisian space for relaxation.
Pont Neuf
Built to ease traffic congestion in the early 17th century, this iconic five-arch bridge is Paris' oldest bridge.
La Conciergerie
Once a royal residence, the Conciergerie became a prison during the French revolution, a notable prisoner being Marie-Antoinette.
Square du Vert-Galant
A beautiful little park, the subject of many photographs and paintings, occupying the western tip of Île de la Cité.
Place St-Michel Fountain
One of the city's most well-known meeting places, the statue depicts the archangel Michael vanquishing the Devil.
Place-Dauphine
One of the prettiest, most peaceful locations in Paris, the square is a hot-spot for families, dog walkers and petanque players.
Shakespeare and Co Bookshop
A legendary meeting place and boarding-house for many aspiring writers. Stocks everything from Shakespeare to Joyce.
Memorial of the Shoah
The Shoah Memorial and the Holocaust Centre form a single entity whose mission is “understanding the past to illuminate the future.”
Place des Vosges
The oldest planned square in Paris and one of the finest in the city. Located in the Marais district.
Deportation Memorial
Memorial to the 200,000 men, women and children deported from France to Nazi concentration camps between 1940 and 1944 who did not return.
Agoudas Hakehilos Synagogue
Only 5 meters wide by 23 meters from front to back, Art Nouveau genius Hector Guimard used the motif of the Ten Commandments to inspire this building's book-like shape and interior.
Le Marais
Though gentrification has made this one of the city’s most fashionable quarters, it is still heavily Jewish and has been for nearly one hundred years.
Bayeux
Home to the famous Bayeux Tapestry that tells the story of the Battle of Hastings.
Sainte Mère-Église
Where paratrooper John Steele became caught on the spire - later subject of the famous film 'The Longest Day'.
Arromanches 360 Cinema
Shows archive footage gathered from around the world of the Battle of Normandy. Film in High Definition on 9 screens helps you relive the events.
Caen-Normandy Centre for History and Peace
A new exhibition space at this museum deal exclusively with the Invasion of Normandy, a key episode in the liberation of Europe.
Rue Cler Market
Authentic Parisian market with many little stalls selling fresh produce. Where the locals shop.
The Catacombs
In the depths of Paris lie mystical burial sites, home to the remains of over six million people.
Rue Saint Honoré
An iconic street where many of the most famous French fashion houses became established, and the place to be during fashion week.
Place Vendôme
An iconic symbol of luxury since the avant-gardists (re)invention of fashion during the 19th century.
Coco Chanel
Famous fashion designer and businesswoman, the founder and namesake of the Chanel fashion house.
Yves Saint Laurent
An iconic French designed who altered the face of Parisian fashion during the 20th century.
Patisserie
Marvel at the display of elegant, artfully decorated desserts - and of course, indulge in one too!
Rue de Rivoli
One of the most famous streets in Paris, famed for its commercialism.
Place de la Bastille
Explore the traces of the place where the iconic Bastille Prison once stood, until its destruction during the French Revolution.
Hôtel de Ville
The Hôtel de Ville in Paris houses the city's local administration.
Le Mont-Saint-Michel
The hauntingly beautiful Mont-Saint-Michel, which has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
Mont Saint Michel Cloister
Enjoy a stroll through this covered walkway, located in the monastery.
Mont Saint Michel Parish Church
Find sanctuary within the church interiors, as you admire the intricate architecture.
Folies Bergère
A famous music hall, located in the 9th Arrondissement.
Banke Hôtel Paris
Take an operatic journey through the iconic Banke Hôtel Paris, and uncover its extensive banking history and opera influence.
Gustave Eiffel
In addition to designing one of the world’s most recognizable structures, Gustave Eiffel was one of three architects to contribute to the design of the Hôtel Banke.
Galeries Lafayette
Renowned for its grand staircase, the flagship store today remains one of the city’s greatest art nouveau treasures.
Notre Dame des Victoires
A Marian church, Our Lady of Victories, was first built during the reign of the Bourbon kings, and reign of Louis XIII laid the foundational stone.
Jardin du Palais Royal
Once the home of Philippe duc d’Olreans, King Louis XIV’s brother, the architectural masterpiece found itself at the center of lavish spending and ample scandals.
Le Bar at Hôtel Banke
Enjoy a complimentary opera-inspired cocktail, complete with an experience with Le Bar's mixologist.
French Boulangerie
Montmartre's pastry chefs and bakers are amongst the best in the world - and some of the best shops are hidden in plain sight.
Savoury crepes
It's a type of very thin pancake, sweet or savoury, served with a variety of fillings that may be served as either main meal or dessert.
Hearty brunch
Sit down with new friends and the bistro's local owner to indulge in a hearty, local brunch.
Paris Musee D'Orsay
One of the largest art museums in Europe, placed in the centre of Paris on the banks of the Seine, opposite the Tuileries Gardens, installed in the former Orsay railway station, built for the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The museum holds mainly French art dating from 1848 to 1914, including paintings, sculptures, furniture, and photography. It houses the largest collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist masterpieces in the world.
Seine River Cruise
Get delighted with the magnificent views of the city along the Seine River, on board the Bateaux Mouches.
Royal Apartments
Inside Versailles Palace, the Royal apartments were not only a place for rest but also the setting for important Palace ceremonies.
Auvers-sur-Oise
Best known as Vincent van Gogh´s place of death, the pretty little town of Auvers-Sur-Oise on the northwestern outskirts of Paris, gained its fame as on 19th Century a number of painters lived and worked here.
Mont Saint Michel Abbey
Located within the city and island of Mont-Saint-Michel, ´The abbey´ is an essential part of the structural composition of the town the feudal society constructed.
Versailles Palace
Located about 20 kilometres southwest of the centre of Paris, The Palace of Versailles was the principal royal residence of France from 1682, under Louis XIV, until the start of the French Revolution in 1789, under Louis XVI.
'The Coronation of Napoleon'
A painting completed in 1807 by Jacques-Louis David, the official painter of Napoleon, depicting the coronation of Napoleon I at Notre-Dame de Paris.
'Liberty leading the people'
Is a painting by Eugène Delacroix commemorating the July Revolution of 1830, which toppled King Charles X of France.
Musical Fountains show
Enjoy the extraordinary beauty of the water features synchronised to the tune of period music.
Egypitan Wing at the Louvre
Counted as one of the world’s largest such collections, it includes more than 50,000 pieces that give a detailed overview of Egyptian life and customs from the earliest days of Ancient Egypt.
Degas 'Little Dancer Aged 14'
Presented at the impressionist exhibition in 1881, is the only sculpture that Edgar Degas would ever exhibit in public.
Rodin 'The Gates of Hell'
The plaster model in the Musée d'Orsay dates from 1917 and was inspired by the famous doors that Ghiberti had made for the baptistery in Florence.
Manet 'The Luncheon on the Grass'
Though a seemingly mundane scene, by placing an anonymous unclothed woman in an everyday setting, Manet re-contextualized the age-old subject and redefined what constitutes fine art, with a hint of irony.
Moulin Rouge
An iconic venue opened in the late 19th century, credited with the invention of the can-can dance.
Centre Pompidou
Home to the National Museum of Modern Art is a 20th-century building usually recognized by its exterior escalators and enormous coloured tubing.
Champs Elysees
Often described as 'the world's most beautiful avenue', the Champs-Élysées is an iconic Paris landmark, home to luxury shops and businesses, restaurants, cafés, theatres and museums. 70 meters wide and 1910 meters long, it stretches from the Place de la Concorde to the Place Charles de Gaulle.
Rue du Chat qui Peche
Considered the narrowest street in Paris with only 1.80mts wide for the whole of its 29mts.
Thermes de Cluny
Gallo-Roman thermal bath's ruins lying in the heart of Paris' 5th arrondissement.
Church of Saint Severin
It is one of the oldest churches that remains standing on the Left Bank of the Latin Quarter, and it continues in use as a place of worship.
Amélie's 'Café des Deux Moulins'
Amélie Was Filmed at the Café des Deux Moulins in Montmartre, this mythical place, which has existed since the early 20th century, references the two windmills of Montmartre: The famous Moulin Rouge and the Moulin de la Galette.
Van Gogh's House
It's a hidden Gem in Montmartre, where Vincent Van Gogh and his brother Théo lived from 1886 to 1888.
'I love you wall' Paris
A 40 square metres love-themed wall located in the romantic garden of the Square Jehan Rictus in Montmartre.
Le Clos de Montmartre
The last vineyard in Montmartre at the junction of rue des Saules and rue Saint-Vincent.
The Lapin Agile
Pablo Picasso's 1905 oil painting 'Au Lapin Agile' helped to make this cabaret world-famous.
Bateau Lavoir
From 1889 the "Bateau-Lavoir" was the most famous place for artistic creation in the heart of Montmartre. A place to live and discuss for many painters, writers, actors and art sellers.
Overlord Museum
Collects an exceptional collection of military vehicles and equipment used during the Battle of Normandy by both the Allies and the Germans.
Grand Rue in Mont Saint Michel
The Main Street of Mont St-Michel is a tourist centre full of shops and restaurants that makes for a great walk.
Monastère de la Visitation
Played an important role in the fight for female's political rights.
Prison de la Force
'La Force Prison' was a French prison used for political prisoners during the French Revolution.
Saint-Paul Saint Louis Church
A splendid Baroque-style church built between 1627 and 1641 by the Jésuites and used as a storehouse during the French Revolution as most of the big religious monuments in Paris.
Saint-Gervais Church
This Church is a blend of varied architectural styles. The building and its impressive façade are a must-seen in Paris 4th arrondissement.
Rue des Archives
This emblematic Marais street is perfect for a pleasant walk to explore the rich history and architecture of the neighbourhood.
Grande Synagogue de Paris
Built in 1874, the 'Synagogue de la Victoire' provided Parisian jews with a place of worship that reflected the community’s huge demographic, economic and cultural development at the end of the 19th century.
Place de l’Opera
This square is the crossroads of several major Parisian roads, notably the avenue de l'Opéra, the boulevard des Capucines, and the boulevard des Italiens.
Second Floor of the Eiffel Tower
Visit the second floor of the Eiffel tower, where you will enjoy fantastic views of the city.
Summit of the Eiffel Tower
Access the summit of the Eiffel tower, to enjoy amazing views of the city.
Grand Cafe Tortoni
Grand Cafe Torton in the 19th century, this historic Italian cafe in Paris
Macarons
French Macarons
Rue des Rosiers
The Rue des Rosiers, which means "street of the rosebushes," is a street in the 4th arrondissement of Paris, France.
La Gaufre Méert
La Gaufre Méert is the famous French waffle
Le Petit Moulin Restaurant
A Traditional French restaurant in the heart of Montmartre.
La Closerie des Lilas
La Closerie des Lilas is a gourmet restaurant in Paris
La Coupole
La Coupole is probably one of the most famous brasseries in the world.
Rue Notre-Dame-des-Champs
Rue Notre Dame des Champs in the Montparnasse district in Paris
The Passage d'Enfer
Famous passage of Paris
Fondation Cartier
Fondation Cartier is a contemporary art museum
Montparnasse Cemetery
Second largest cemetery in Paris
Académie de la Grande Chaumière
Art School in Paris
Rue d'Assas
Rue d'Assas is a street in the 6th arrondissement of Paris
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