What Not to Miss in Paris
Don’t miss Arc de Triomphe – the monument of Napoleon`s 1805 victory and the symbol of Paris standing there since 1836.
For an unorthodox experience visit the Les Catacombes, one of the most macabre sights in Paris, the underground tunnels lined with bones and skulls.
The Pantheon is also one of Paris`s most recognizable icons with its neoclassical dome standing out in the Parisian skyline.
The Eiffel Tower. It`s hard to imagine Paris without it, so don`t miss the view overlooking the city.
The Palais Garnier, the famous opera designed in 1960 by Charles Garnier is where the legend of the “phantom of the opera” was born.
The Louvre, once a royal palace and now the world`s most famous museum with tons of celebrated works of art.
A wonderful way to spend an afternoon is visiting The National Museum of the Middle Ages and explore series of sublime treasures.
“Notre dame de Paris” or “Our Lady of Paris” -the city`s religious center, is probably the most famous of all cathedrals.
La Défense, the symbol of the Parisian resistance and a major business district offering a different view of the city.
I know is sounds creepy but you might want to see the world`s most visited cemetery, Père Lachaise where Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde were buried.
We have already done a great article about What you NEED TO KNOW Before Going to Paris and GREAT THINGS TO DO While You Are There! – so we suggest you check it out!