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  • 1

    Eiffel Tower

    4.5
    1496 reviews

    When I think of Paris, I picture the Eiffel Tower in my head. I've been lucky enough to visit Paris twice and each time I've been drawn to visit this iconic landmark. The first time I went, I did the touristy things. Took the elevator up and enjoyed the view from the top. And what a view it is. Priceless. ...

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  • 2

    Louvre Museum

    4.5
    708 reviews

    Everyone told us to get to the museum before it opened and to bee-line for the Mona Lisa to avoid waiting for hours to see it. Well, we were in Paris in February and we neither got to the Louvre when it opened nor bee-lined to the Mona Lisa. When we finally reached it, there was a crowd but it ...

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  • 3

    Notre Dame Cathedral

    4.5
    573 reviews

    Beautiful place to visit. Come with comfy shors if you're going to go up to see the magnificent view!

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  • 4

    Arc de Triomphe

    4.5
    574 reviews

    Expensive to go up that goes with a long wait, but I had a really great time in the centre on the ground just viewing Paris from the world's most hectic roundabout! If you see other people foolishly running across the roundabout to get to the centre, DON'T! There is an entrance which leads you under the roundabout and is ...

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  • 5

    Avenue des Champs-Élysees

    4.5
    451 reviews

    No finer place to shop or window shop. Stroll the avenue enjoying the sights and people watching opportunities.

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  • 6

    Seine

    4.5
    319 reviews

    It was a bit chilly when we were in France for a long, leisurely walk along the Seine but we did walk along it on our way to the Eiffel Tower and later again to Notre Dame. For me, the most interesting thing was the Ponts des Arts, a pedestrian bridge that has been taken over by locks with the ...

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  • 7

    Basilique du Sacre-Coeur

    4.5
    317 reviews

    The church is beautiful but even more impressive are the views of the city from the basilica! You can see out all across Paris from here!

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  • 8

    Disneyland Paris

    4.5
    294 reviews

    No one is ever too old for Disney. If you have time and have an exciting experience, you have to go to Disney, wether with your family, lover or even alone, you'll definitely love it. For grown-ups, do only the rides labeled "exciting" on the park map and that is because you don't have enough time to do all the ...

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  • 9

    Musee d'Orsay

    4.5
    222 reviews

    This museum used to be an old train station, which was built in the beaux-art style. This makes the building itself a work of art worthy of the many beautiful pieces inside. The museum is dedicated mostly to impressionist and post-impressionist artists like Monet, Degas, Gauguin and Van Gogh. It is a must see for the art aficionado.

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  • 10

    Montmartre

    4.5
    193 reviews

    The high point literally of Paris, although the summit can be reached by funicular railway if you don't fancy the walk. Also contains the only vineyard to be found within the Paris City boundaries.

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  • 11

    Jardin du Luxembourg

    4.5
    150 reviews

    One of the most beautiful parks in Paris, great atmosphere specially in summer months, read about it in citytripplanner.com with just 2 visiting the city, it was a relax way to end my eurotrip.

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  • 12

    Moulin Rouge

    4
    165 reviews

    A staple of Paris! The show is ridiculously expensive, but at the veryy least you can make a visit to see the area! Pretty cool!

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  • 13

    Quartier Latin

    4.5
    121 reviews

    Way too many tourists to be really enjoyable but a must-see and there is a reason this neighborhood is completely overrun. I try to avoid now but for first time visitors this is a must.

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  • 14

    Place de la Concorde

    4
    149 reviews

    Remember the ending scene in The Devil Wears Prada where Anne Hathaway throws her cell phone into the fountain? It was here at Place de la Concorde! It is the central area dividing the Tuileries Garden and the start of Champs-Elysees road. The fountains go off frequently. You'll also find one of 2 Luxor Obelisk here. The 2nd one is ...

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  • 15

    Jardin des Tuileries

    4.5
    126 reviews

    Another one of the gardens that Paris has to offer, and is always great in good weather. Very well kept, like many of the other gardens, and is a joy to stroll through.

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  • 16

    Centre Georges Pompidou

    4
    132 reviews

    There is only one Pompidou Centre and people love it or hate it ! You can walk there in 20 minutes from our apartment. it is worth seeing and it does host some fantastic exhibitions.

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  • 17

    Sainte Chapelle

    4.5
    96 reviews

    A small, unassuming building hidden within the Palais de Justice just across from Notre Dame. One climbs down a set of stairs into a dim room, but when you climb up into the main room, you're greeted by the most amazing stained glass perhaps in the world. (It helps if it's sunny, which is somewhat unusual in Paris.) It is ...

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  • 18

    Château de Versailles

    4.5
    93 reviews

    The chateau is huge, opulent and historic, but the gardens are the real treat. They are perfectly maintained and seemingly endless! You can easily spend a full day here and still not see everything.

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  • 19

    Palais Garnier - Paris Opera

    4.5
    90 reviews

    Excellent tour well worth your time. It places you into late 18th c where you see how innovation transformed society. Learn more about the Phantom of the Opera and Box #5!

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  • 20

    Parc du Champs de Mars

    4.5
    93 reviews

    When the weather is sunny, there’s nothing better than relaxing in a beautiful garden in Paris. There aren’t many public gardens, which is why it’s special to stay near one during your Paris vacation. One of the many reasons we love the 7th arrondissement in Paris is its close proximity to the beautiful Champ de Mars gardens. Bring a picnic, ...

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