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From the Eiffel Tower to the Moulin Rouge; a guide to the best-loved Paris attractions

Things to do in Paris, Tours and Sightseeing

From the Eiffel Tower to the Moulin Rouge;
a guide to the best-loved Paris attractions

Sightseeing and things to do in Paris

Undoubtedly one of the most awe-inspiring things to do in Paris is to explore the Eiffel Tower. As beautiful as it is vast, this 120-year-old steel icon is still a joy to approach from any direction and the view from the top (if you can brave the high winds) is enough to leave anyone speechless.

No time spent sightseeing in Paris is complete without an amble round the Jardins de Tuileries, one of the oldest public gardens in Europe, which becomes a focal point for Parisian life during the long hot summer months when locals and tourists alike assemble to frolic among its ornate trees and play the occasional game of Petanque.

Introduction to Paris

For all that is said about Paris being the most beautiful and romantic city in the world, even the most hardened cynic cannot fail to be struck by its charms and beauty.

The City of Lights is a one-of-a-kind, with an aesthetic and soul all of its own. From the art deco inspiration of the Metropolitan signs which mark the entry to the city's sprawling underground network, to the ornate sensibility of the Napoleonic Arc de Triomphe, there is so much to catch the eye when sightseeing in Paris.

Made even more famous by the movie Moulin Rouge, the area of Montmartre once housed the seedy underbelly of Parisian life and while it is still home to establishments offering some of the more clandestine diversions of the city, it has become a stunning locale full of entertainment and nightlife to suit all tastes.

Visitors on Paris tours should take time to explore this city because, for every world-famous attraction there are perhaps a dozen more less-known things to do and see in Paris, with a plethora of vibrant cultural activities and places to discover.

Moulin Rouge

Paris’ most famous Cabaret, the dazzling "Feerie" show at the Moulin Rouge has been enthralling visitors since the late 19th century.

Eiffel Tower

The most iconic landmark in Paris and perhaps one of the most recognisable in the world, the view of Paris from the top is breathtaking

Seine Cruise

Much of Parisian life takes place along the banks of the Seine Many of Paris’ most beautiful landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame lie on the riverbanks. A Seine Cruise is a wonderful way to enjoy this scenery.

The Palace of Versailles

A former residence of the French Royal family wandering among the impeccable gardens and grandiose corridors of the Palace of Versailles is a must-do in Paris.

The Louvre

On the outside, the Louvre, among the world’s finest art galleries effortlessly blends classical architecture with the distinctive modern pyramid. On the inside it is a treasure trove of fine art, including its most famous exhibit; the Mona Lisa

Disneyland Paris

Worthy of its nickname of "the Magical Kingdom" - Disneyland Paris is a spectacular fantasy world sure to delight children of all ages.


The bohemian heart of Paris, Montmartre has attracted artists and free thinkers for centuries, past residents include Picasso and Dali. The hill of Montmartre is topped by the Sacre Couer and offers wonderful views of Paris.

The Champs Elysees and the Arc d’ Triomphe

Known as "La Plus Belle Avenue de Monde" (The most beautiful avenue in the world), the wide boulevard of the Champs Elysees is lined with luxury stores and charming cafes which lead to the grand Arc d' Triomphe.

The Latin Quarter

The Latin Quarter is one of Paris’ most historic districts, it is also one of its liveliest – home to a selection of bustling cafes, bars and Bistro’s.

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  • Notre Dame Cathedral

    Notre Dame Cathedral One of the most iconic and historic of all Parisian landmarks, the Notre Dame Cathedral can be visited throughout the year free of charge. Admire the unique architecture from outside and enter to see the intricately decorated interior. If you are lucky you may catch one of the free recitals which are held at the Cathedral.

  • Fragonard Museum

    Fragonard Museum The Fragonard Museum (or Le Musee de Parfum) can be found in a beautiful part of Paris just a few steps from the Opera Garnier. The museum takes you through the history of the fine art of perfume making and a factory still operates on the premises. The friendly staff are always happy to show people around making this one of the most popular free attractions in Paris.

  • Pere Lachaise Cemetery

    Pere Lachaise Cemetery A cemetery may not seem like the most appealing place to visit while in Paris, however this has not stopped the Pere Lachaise Cemetery from attracting numerous visitors over the years, in fact it is believed to be the most visited cemetery in the world. The cemetery is the final resting place for those who have made a contribution to French life and as well as many French historical figure the cemetery is probably best known for the graves of Morrison and Oscar Wilde.

  • Parisian Markets

    Parisian Markets A wonderful way to spend some time in Paris is wandering around the cities many street markets. Even if you are not looking to shop just browsing the stalls and taking in the sights and sounds is an experience. Two of the best markets are the Marche aux Puces flea market in North Paris which sells a wide array of antiques and bric-a-brac and the street market in Place du Tetre, Montmartre, where artists offer a range of portraits and landscapes for sale.

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