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Browse through our curated list of Paris tours to get the most out of your Parisian itinerary. With iconic architectural gems like the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, fashion extravagance, chic cafés, art galleries, and museums – the City of Lights, Paris is a city that contains multitudes. Soak up the electric atmosphere of the city, savor the world’s best Macarons or baguettes, splurge on the finest haute couture, and marvel at the most stunning monuments with our Paris sightseeing tour. That’s as Paris as it gets. Bonjour!
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Our tips for Paris

  • Speak the language. Locals appreciate the effort when tourists try their hand at the local lingo. A simple “parlez-vous anglais?” ('Do you speak English?') will take you far on your Paris sightseeing missions.
  • Go slow. Do as the locals do - eat slower. Use all your senses to really enjoy the local delicacies. You're on holiday, remember
  • Safety. Paris is considered a moderately safe city. However, it is a good idea to stay cautious in crowded areas or carry anti-theft wallets, especially if you are traveling solo.
  •  Money-saving tip. While Paris is an expensive city, you can save a lot by using the local transportation. You can buy the Paris Pass that will save you plenty. Also, you can get the cheapest souvenirs from gift shops at Montmartre.
  • Shopping. Champs-Elysées, Avenue Montaigne, Rue Royale and Latin Quarter are the most popular high-end shopping streets. Marchés aux puces de Saint Ouen is a popular open-air market best for purchasing clothes, antiques, artworks and more. Cheese, wine and foie gras are the best options for food shopping in Paris.
  • Fine dining. If you want to dine in at Michelin-starred restaurants, it is best to make a reservation in advance.
  • Explore more. Think beyond local sightseeing in Paris to go off the beaten path. You can take a day trip to Versailles or the medieval city of Provins.

Good to know

Ernest Hemingway once said, “There are only two places in the world where we can live happy—at home and in Paris.”
Formerly known as Lutetia, the name Paris came into existence in the 4th century. The City of Love is known for the magic allure of the Eiffel Tower and rightly so. After climbing 1665 steps, you can reach the top of the Eiffel Tower to have a view that will leave you speechless, literally! With over 20,000 lamps that illuminate for 5 minutes every full hour, Eiffel Tower is a favorite of many for its nocturnal charm.

The Louvre Museum is the most visited attraction for Paris sightseeing. It displays roughly 35,000 works and will take you around 200 days to see all of them considering you spend 30 seconds to see each work. Dream come true for every history buff!

Aside from aesthetic pleasure, Paris is gastronomical heaven for connoisseurs. With over 40,000 restaurants, be sure to immerse yourself in delectable French food. To unearth the food mysteries further, check out one of the largest global wholesale food markets during your Paris trip.

To spice things up, you can take part in the annual competition named “Grand Prix de la Baguette de Traditional Francaise de la Ville De Paris” to find the best baguette in Paris. For first-time visitors, rely on your foot (and your finest walking shoes) to get through the enormous traffic in the city as there is not a single stop sign in Paris. As you are walking along, look for a small concrete spot named ‘Point Zero’ that marks the center of Paris. It sits at Notre Dame and all distances are measured from there.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What are the top attractions in Paris?
    A:

    Paris, a.k.a. the City of Love, is known for its key attractions like the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe, Palace of Versailles, Champs-Élysées, Notre Dame, and Orsay Museum.

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Paris?
    A:

    The best time to visit for sightseeing in Paris is from June to August.

  • Q: What are the local specialties to eat out in Paris?
    A:

    You can try local French specialties like baguettes, croque-monsieur sandwiches, boeuf bourguignon, brioche, crepes, macaroons, ratatouille and more. Do give the local wines and different cheeses a try!

  • Q: What should I not miss in Paris?
    A:

    Make the most of your Paris tour with a Seine river cruise to see impeccable views and Moulin Rouge for an epic cabaret show. The visit to its historical landmarks, chic boutiques and cute cafes should not be missed.

  • Q: Do I need a guide in Paris?
    A:

    It is easy to navigate in Paris and the best way to do that is on foot.

  • Q: What is the best location to stay in Paris?
    A:

    It is best to stay in the central districts of Paris in Louvre and Bourse neighborhoods. You will be within walking distance of the city’s important landmarks, restaurants and boat cruises.

  • Q: What entertainment options are there in Paris?
    A:

    Paris is home to the world’s best cabaret, nightclubs, bars and pubs. You can also enjoy concerts, comedy nights, events and festivals that take place throughout the year.

  • Q: What is it like to travel with family and the elderly in Paris?
    A:

    Paris is ideal for people of all ages - including kids and seniors. Disneyland Paris is one of the most visited Paris attractions. However, keep in mind to visit sights that have access to elevators, ramps, or handrails.

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