5 Things To Do In Paris, France - A Tour List By Travel Lens

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France is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. With the emergence of the modern world and its countryside region, there is lots to see and experience. Paris sets a tone of love for all the visitors. Even if you have come with family, there are lots of romantic and unromantic things to do in Paris, France.

Following Travel Lens guides have come up with the 05 best things to do in Paris:

Visiting the Paris City for Witnessing Mightiness of Eiffel Tower

What else would Paris be like if it didn't have its iconic Eiffel Tower? It was constructed by Gustave Eiffel to celebrate the French Revolution's centennial and was unveiled during the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1889. With approximately 7 million tourists every year, it is among the most renowned sites in the world, standing 324 meters tall.

Witnessing the Regal Beauty of Notre Dame Cathedral

With its entrances encircled by his numerous artworks and gargoyles that grace the ceiling, this cathedral, begun in 1163 and completed in 1345, is a marvel to behold.

We recommend taking a tour of the cathedral before entering and climbing the 387 staircases to the summit of the domes. The rising climb to the top of the tower is strenuous. However, it rewards you with a spectacular view of the area and close-up views of the iconic gargoyles.

Experiencing the Night View of the City by Taking a Cruise over the Seine

Discover the greatest way to see the "City of Lights" by taking a Seine boat, especially in the evening. The landmarks are gradually illuminated as the sun goes down. You receive a front-row seat to the magnificence of Paris, including the Louvre, Notre Dame, Eiffel Tower, and many more.

Appreciating the Art at the Montmartre

Since you're in the vicinity, stop by Tertre Square, which is just a few streets away from the Basilica. Many painters have set up their canvases to paint visitors or to display their paintings. The Place du Tertre harkens back to the early twentieth century when Montmartre has been the epicenter of contemporary art.

See the Political Might and Marvel of the Versailles Palace

The Palace of Versailles was built in the 17th century. The Château de Versailles is France's renowned and well-known chateau. Versailles was the center of political authority in the French empire from 1682 until 1789. It was established in 1875 as an emblem of French military prowess and a show of French dominance in Europe.


Make sure to check the above places once you stay in Paris for witnessing their beauty. Travel Lens has put up all the best places to visit in Paris.



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