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Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

4.7/53,402 Reviews
Observation Deck
by lift: 3 June - 29 August 9:00 - 0:45, Rest of year 9:30 - 23:45; Stairs: 3 June - 29 August 9:00 - 0:30, Rest of year 9:30 - 18:30 (Local time)
The Eiffel Tower is one of Paris’ most quintessential landmarks. If the Notre Dame is a symbol of ancient Paris, then the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of modern Paris. The tower was originally built as the entrance to the 1889 World’s Fair and commemorate the 100th anniversary of the French Revolution, making it an important cultural symbol of France. From atop the wrought iron tower lookout, visitors get an astounding panoramic view of the Paris cityscape.
Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile

Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile

4.6/52,220 Reviews
Historical Architecture
April - September 10:00-23:00, October - March 10:00-22:30, admission stopped 45 minutes before closing, January 1, May 1, May 8 It will not be open in the morning, July 14th, November 11th, and December 25th. The above business hours are for reference only. They will be adjusted according to the season and different activities. Please refer to the official website. (Local time)
The Arc de Triomphe de l’Etoile is one of Paris's four most iconic structures and one of the most famous European Neoclassical structures. The Arc de Triomphe is built entirely out of stone and engraved with battle scenes from France’s long history. With the Arc de Triomphe as the center, twelve great boulevards of Paris radiate outwards, of which one is the famous Champs Elysées. Climb atop the Arc de Triomphe to enjoy Paris's spectacular urban landscape.
Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

4.6/52,257 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Church
NOTE: On 15 April, 2019, a fire destroyed large portions of Notre-Dame. Much of the historic wooden roof and spire were lost. As of this edit, the extent of the damage was still being assessed. The cathedral will be forced to close for the foreseeable future. Please check with local authorities for more information. (Local time)
[Editor's Note: On 15 April, 2019, a fire destroyed large portions of Notre-Dame. The much of the historic wooden roof and the cathedral spire were lost. As of this edit, the extent of the damage was still being assessed. The cathedral will be forced to close for the foreseeable future.] Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris, known simply as Notre-Dame, is often described as the very heart of Paris. Construction work began in 1160 and was largely completed in 1260, through renovations and modifications occurred often over the following centuries. It is a stunning example of French Gothic architecture and particularly well-known for its many gargoyles and flying buttresses. The cathedral’s stained glasses windows date from the 13th century, making them essentially priceless. Notre-Dame has played an important role throughout French history. In 1802, Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned Emperor of France here. Located on the Ile de la Cite in the Sine River, Notre-Dame is a true masterpiece.
Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Avenue des Champs-Élysées

4.5/51,061 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Open all day (Local time)
Avenue des Champs-Élysées is one of Paris's most famous avenues. It is also the heart of French fashion. Countless famous international brands are gathered here, from Disney to Louis Vuitton. Paris is the fashion capital of the world and this is the fashion capital of Paris. No matter what style, visitors are sure to find something for them. As you slowly stroll along the Champs Elysées, you will eventually come to the Arc de Triomphe. The windows facing the street are filled with elaborate displays of the most fashionable brands' newest product lines. If nothing else, you can meet your heart’s desires by going window shopping!
Le Pont Alexandre-III

Le Pont Alexandre-III

4.6/5374 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
One of the most awe inspiring bridges in Gay Paree, the Pont Alexandre III is a stunning art nouveau creation named after the Russian czar that ceremoniously placed the beginning stone. It's adorned by four golden sculptures of Art, Commerce, Industry and the Sciences, and the bridge itself adorned the 2011 film "Midnight in Paris".
Tuileries Garden

Tuileries Garden

4.5/5350 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Sun - Sat 7:00 AM - 9:30 PM (Local time)
The Tuileries Garden is located along the banks of the Seine and looks impressive from a glance, featuring exquisite statues throughout the garden that have all come from the hands of famous French sculptors, hence its nickname "open-air museum". Among them, works of "father of French modern sculpture" Auguste Rodin including "The Kiss", "Eve", "The Shade" and "The Thinker" are worth a visit, although some are replicas.
Hôtel de Ville

Hôtel de Ville

4.5/5274 Reviews
City Hall
9:00-17:00 (Monday-Friday) (Local time)
The Hotel de Ville was finished in 1628, nearly a century after construction began. Currently, it houses the City of Paris's administration. The building's style is a contemporary interpretation of the Renaissance, a grand building sitting just a few minutes from the Seine. The regal inside includes crystal chandeliers and extravagant paintings. Its exterior is equally stunning, particularly at night, when the building shines with light.
Saint Chapel

Saint Chapel

4.5/5199 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (Local time)
Pont des Arts

Pont des Arts

4.4/5256 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day. (Local time)
Built shortly after the turn of the 19th century, the Pont des Arts is a bridge that stretches across the Seine that was built shortly after the turn of the 19th century. It was Paris's first metal bridge. Napoleon commissioned the work using English manufacturing designs as an inspiration. The original bridge was damaged heavily during the two World Wars and would require rebuilding in the early 1980s. The modern bridge follows closely the original plans of designer Louis Arretche.
L'Église de la Madeleine

L'Église de la Madeleine

4.4/5198 Reviews
Church
Historical Architecture
The church is open from 9:30 to 19:00, and the time can be found on the official website. (Local time)
Constructed as a temple to glorify Napoleon and his army, Eglise de la Madeleine in Paris functions as a Roman Catholic church while arranging free concerts for the public. Construction began in 1764 but went through several setbacks. After the French Revolution, Napoleon re initiated construction, and the neo-Classical construct opened in 1842. The designers gathered inspiration from antique temples and encompassed the building with 52 Corinthian columns. Churchgoers celebrate mass daily, and free concerts occur twice a month on Sunday afternoons. The concerts incorporate baroque music, chamber music, symphony orchestras and organ recitals.
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