Though an obvious tourist attraction, it is not one to be missed - especially if it is your first time in Paris! Visit the breath-taking Eiffel Tower at night-time, where it sparkles for the first five minutes of every hour, and enjoy the stunning views during the day.
Despite being one of the youngest churches in Paris, the Sacre Coeur has been deemed one of the most prominent landmarks in Paris. Located at the top of Montmartre Hill, the Sacre Coeur Basilica is a great place to see the sunset and discover Montmartre’s artists in the “Place du Terte”.
Glide past the scenic Parisian sights, onboard the Bateau Mouche. This can be especially enjoyed at night time where, as the sun sets, Paris’ historical landmarks are illuminated. See below the official website to secure your tickets!
Hailed as one of the most famous military monuments on earth, the Arc de Triomphe is definitely worth visiting. Climb the Arc de Triomphe and take in the spectacular sights that lie before you.
Boasting an eclectic interior, the Opera Garnier is one of the most extravagant representations of Paris’ stunning 19th century architecture.
Galeries Lafayette is a well-established, beautiful, luxury department store. As well as shopping, you can enjoy guided history and architecture tours, macaron-making classes, a fashion show and so much more! Fun fact: on the eighth floor, you can enjoy a breath-taking view of the capital, and even witness a splendid sunset light up the city.
€€ | French Coffee House
| 151 Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 75006
Café de Flore is one of Paris’ most admired places to eat and has even earned the title “legendary” after 130 years of serving Paris. With its classic art deco interior and beautiful floral exterior, this is definitely worth checking out. Fun fact: Café de Flore was frequently enjoyed by many philosophers and artists, including Pablo Picasso!
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€€€ | Petit-déjeuner français | 93 rue de Rivoli, Paris 75039
Café Marly is one of the most beautiful secrets in Paris! It is the perfect meeting of a Parisian brasserie and a literary café, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the Louvre.
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€€€€ | French cuisine | 171 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006
La Closerie de Lilas is one of the most renowned café’s in Paris, as it embodies the ambience of “old-world” Paris. It is located in the Montparnasse neighbourhood, which, between WWI and WWII was the heart of artistic and intellectual Parisian life.
*Not our image taken from @lacloseriedeslilas Instagram
€€ | Cocktail Bar | 5 Rue Daunou, Paris 75002
Harry’s Bar was originally born in Manhattan, New York in 1911, but was soon dismantled and reassembled in Paris. Fun fact: inside its walls is said to be the birthplace of classic cocktails such as the Bloody Mary!
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