If you are incapacitated to visit places or go outside that doesn’t mean you lost your wanderlust. Paris is one of the destinations that no traveler can resist visiting, be it for its fashion week, or simply traveling in the streets. Its cityscape sparkles with the iconic architecture of historical monuments and vintage palaces, art museums, cathedrals, expansive landscaped gardens, and stylish shopping hubs.
#1 Moulin Rouge
Moulin Rouge is a vintage and classic cabaret venue, which is located at the base of Montmartre highland. Moulin Rouge is a nicely decorated and extravagant cabaret house. It is one of the most fascinating Paris tourist places with well-illuminated building, sizzling music, and romantic décor. Moulin Rouge, is the most entertaining source of musical dance entertainment for tourists and visitors visiting Paris from all around the world. Moulin Rouge is a lively place which allows different kinds of people to mix, enabling them to have conversations and show themselves a really good time.
Entry Fee: €97 (without drinks) – EUR 420 (VIP Dinner Show at 7 PM)
Timings: 7 PM – 1 AM
Disneyland Paris is the most visited theme park in all of Europe, and the largest resort to be opened outside the United States. Earlier known as the Euro Disney Resort, Disneyland Paris is one of the primary reasons why one visits Paris. Disneyland Paris is a combination of excitement and thrill due to a variety of domains of entertainment, ranging from exciting rides, shopping, dining and resorts, to a vast golf course. It is mainly comprised of two theme parks The Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park.
Entry Fee: For adults – £36, For kids – £30
Timings: 10 am – 11 pm
#3 Eiffel Tower
Paris is known for its famous tourist place Eiffel Tower. It was named after engineer Gustave Eiffel, and is a lattice tower made of wrought iron and is considered to be the most important places to see in Paris. Built initially as a temporary structure, the tower is at present amongst the most visited sites in the world and has turned into a celebrated example of a one-off style of architecture. It is located on the Champ de Mars space and hosts the visitors on its three levels with restaurants on the first two floors and the observation deck on the third.
Entry Fee: For Adults (Second Floor) : €16.60
Age 12-24 (Second Floor) : €8.30
Age 4-11 (Second Floor) : €2.00
Under 4 (Second Floor) : Free
For Disabled (Second Floor) : €4.10
For Adults (The Top) : €25.90
Age 12-24 (The Top) : €13.00
Age 4-11 (The Top) : €3.20
Under 4 (The Top) : €6.50
For Disabled (The Top) : Free
For Adults (Second Floor) : €10.40
Age 12-24 (Second Floor) : €5.20
Age 4-11 (Second Floor) : €2.60
Under 4 (Second Floor) : Free
For Disabled (Second Floor) : €1.30
For Adults : €19.70
Age 12-24 : €9.80
Age 4-11 : €2.50
Under 4 : Free
For Disabled : €5
Timings: 9 am – 12:45 am
#4 The Louvre
Louvre is situated in the heart of the city, which is the most popular art museum and gallery in the world. As one of the most crowded tourist places in Paris, this lavish and exotic museum is divided into several parts Egyptian antiquities, oriental antiquities, Islamic art, Greek and Roman art, paintings, objects of art, sculptures of medieval period, and graphic art to name a few.
Entry Fee: €17
Timings: Monday, Thursday, Saturday – Sunday: 9 AM – 6 PM
Wednesday & Friday: 9 AM – 9:45 PM
#5 Sacre Coeur
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, also known as the Sacré-Cœur is a Roman Catholic church and a basilica, situated on the Montmartre hill in Paris, France. It is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which represents the love of Jesus Christ. There is an observation deck that is located at the topmost points of the central dome that delivers captivating views of the shimmering golden city of Paris bedecked in its monumental finesse. You cannot use camera here as it is strictly banned.
Entry Fee: For Kids – EUR 5, For Adults – EUR 8
Timings: 6 am – 10:30 pm
#6 Jardin des Tuileries
Jardin des Tuileries, also known as the Tuileries Garden, is a public garden, located between the Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum in Paris. It was created by Catherine de’Medici as the garden of Tuileries Palace in 1564. Taking a stroll at the Tuileries Gardens is a contrasting experience from the rest of the city, and is described by some to be paradise-like.
Entry Fee: Free
Timings: 7 am – 9 pm
#7 Arc De Triomphe
The Arc de Triomphe or Arch of Triumph, is an excellent structure and one of the famous places to visit in Paris. The elements of beauty here are the beautiful sculptures, pillar carvings and engraved victory tales on the arc.The beauty of the place lies in its beautiful architecture and symbolizes the pride of the French.
Entry Fee: EUR 12
Timings: 24 hours