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Sights, Paris

Paris has an iconic sight around practically every street corner. Whether you are taking in the historic Eiffel Tower, one of the many immersive galleries or just admiring the fountains, there is no shortage of culture and history to get lost in. From world-famous paintings to panoramic views of a truly unique city, the sights in Paris really do suit all tastes.

Catacombs Of Paris

Situated beneath the busy streets of the capital, the Catacombs of Paris is an eerie yet fascinating attraction which is home to the remains of over six million people. Dating back to the 1770s, the underground tunnel was opened as a way of dealing with Paris’s overflowing cemeteries.

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Coulée Verte René-Dumont

Coulée verte René-Dumont, also known as Promenade plantée, was once an old railway line that ran through the 12th arrondissement in Paris, which has now been converted into a tranquil walkway with plenty of fascinating features, plants and lush greenery along the way.

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Luxembourg Gardens

Luxembourg Gardens offers beautiful green spaces to peruse in Paris; being the perfect spot to take a stroll in no matter what month you visit. This 23-hectare garden has exquisite topiary, tree-lined promenades…

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Montmartre

Located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, situated in the north part of the city, travellers can find the impressive hill, Montmartre. Here, you can discover Paris’s most famous basilica at the top of the hill – the Sacré-Coeur, which is well worth the climb at any time of the year.

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Musée d’Orsay

Musée d’Orsay is an incredible art museum in Paris, which you can find on the left bank of the glittering Seine river in the heart of the city. If you’re looking to explore a fabulous range of art during your Paris getaway, but don’t want the crowds and queues of the Louvre…

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

Père Lachaise Cemetery is a huge graveyard in Paris, home to gravestones of famous artists, writers and musicians from the past. It is a large, green and peaceful area, where you are sure to find some of the most culturally significant figures from France’s past.

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Sacré-Coeur

Sacré-Coeur, also coined as the Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, is a beautifully adorned Roman Catholic church in the centre of Paris. As one of the most popular landmarks in this city, it is well worth a visit here if you want to see the best of what this cultural destination has to offer travellers.

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Stade de France

Originally built for the 1998 World Cup, the Stade de France is France’s national stadium, used by both the country’s national football team and rugby union team for international matches, making it a must-see attraction for sports fans visiting the city.

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The Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe stands proudly above Paris’ streets, and certainly rivals the Eiffel Tower as one of the top cultural sites in the city. Built between 1833 and 1836 to celebrate Napoleonic victory at Austerlitz, visitors still flock to see this magnificent monument…

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The Champs-Élysées

The Champs-Élysées, or the Avenue des Champs-Élysées, is an iconic avenue in central Paris, home to luxury shops, vibrant theatres and bustling cafes. It’s just over a mile long and makes for a great stroll any time of the year, to get a real feel for Parisian life.

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The Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower has to be one of the most iconic landmarks in Paris, which can’t be missed. This elegant and monumental structure was completed in 1889 and since then, travellers from all over the world have ventured to France’s capital…

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The Louvre

The Louvre houses some of history’s most stunning pieces of art, which you admire on you Paris getaway. This world-famous art gallery exhibits iconic artwork, such as Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa, the ancient Greek statue Venus de Milo and not forgetting…

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The Palace Of Versailles

The Palace of Versailles is a decadent Palace, offering gorgeous gardens to roam, as well as stately rooms to explore. This site displays a pivotal point in the history of France, which you can learn all about when you visit this exquisite palace for the day.

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The Palais Garnier

The Palais Garnier is a magnificent opera house created by architect, Charles Garnier, located in Paris; one which has become iconic amongst the vibrant art and culture scene here. Napoleon the III requested that this incredible structure be built to house the Paris Opera…

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