Our TOP 8 not to be missed in Paris

"Add two letters to Paris: it's Paradise," said Jules Renard...

8 must-sees to see with the family

1  -  Eiffel Tower (in the 7th)
  -  The Louvre Museum (in the 1st)
3  -  A cruise on the Seine
4  -  Notre-Dame and Ile-de-la-Cité
5  -  Montmartre and the Sacred Heart (in the 18th)
6  -  The Orsay museum (in the 7th in Paris)
7  -  The Champs-Elysées
8  -  The Palace of Versailles (in Yvelines)

The Eiffel Tower, the emblematic monument of Paris

A must-see at least once in your life 🙂 ! It's the landmark of Paris, with its 324m-high iron structure (including antenna). Built by Gustave Eiffel in 1887 for the 1889 Universal Exhibition, it offers a view of Paris absolutely beautiful. If you come over the holidays, remember to book your tickets in advance ! If you are in the Eiffel Tower area, you can board for a cruise on the Seine. And if you feel like it, do the riddle walk.""Treasure hunt from Beaugrenelle to the Eiffel Tower." a fun puzzle game to play with family or friends (without a guide).

The Louvre, one of the most beautiful museums in the world

the louvre pyramid

A magnificent museum to do and redo! More than 35,000 works on display (among the 500,000 belonging to the museum): from the Middle Ages to 1848, on ancient civilizations, on the Arts of the first Christians and Islam. And major pieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus de Milo, the Victory of Samothrace... To avoid queues, it is advisable to get tickets to the Louvre in advance. Coup de : guided family visits to the Louvre allow youngsters and their parents alike to discover the Louvre while having fun.

A cruise on the Seine, day and night.

Paris is beautiful from the Seine! A walk of about 1h10 to admire the most beautiful monuments of Paris the Louvre, The Orsay museum...the Grand Palais, the Eiffel Tower, Ile-Saint-Louis, concierge... Some cruises are specially designed for children aged 5-10 years with the "...Special Kids Cruises“. Also not to be missed, lunch and dinner cruises on the Seine, for a birthday, a family celebration, an exceptional event, Valentine's Day...

Notre-Dame and the Île-de-la-Cité, the heart of Paris

the island of the city and Notre-Dame

Since the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris, access to the cathedral is no longer possible. However, you can walk all around on the Ile-de-la-Cité and Ile-Saint-Louis. This is the historic heart of Paris! Next to Notre-Dame de Paris, we also advise you to the visit of the Conciergerie and the Saint-Chapelle church as well as the Archeological Crypt.

Montmartre and the Sacré-Coeur, a mad charm

the district of Montmartre

We love the atmosphere, the view from the Sacré-Coeur, the café terraces, the nice little restaurants, getting lost in the alleys... On weekends, it's a crazy world! But no matter, Montmartre is a place where we like to go for a walk. For the curious and game lovers, the Escape Games in Montmartre are TOP () to learn more about the neighbourhood while having fun. Also to be done with family or friends, the Montmartre Enigma WalkVery nice (without guide). And did you know, that there was also Street Art in Montmartre !

The Musée d'Orsay, an extraordinary museum

❤ ❤ It is one of our favourite museums (with the Jacquemart André Museum). Everything is beautiful: the works exhibited, the architecture of the place... It is an absolutely magnificent place which hosts one of the most beautiful impressionist collections in the world! If you cross the Seine and you like museums, you will enjoy the Louvre Museum and the Orangery Museum.

The Champs-Elysées, of course

Champs Elysees pedestrians

Tourists and Parisians walk there for pleasure or for a shopping trip. It is one of the most beautiful avenues in the world! 2km walk from the Arc de Triomphe to La Concorde. Don't miss the view from the Arc de Triomphethe perspective is very beautiful (and it's free for children).

The Palace of Versailles, a real jewel

The splendour of the Palace of Versailles with its 2300 rooms and its magnificent Hall of Mirrors. The beauty of its gardens, events such as the Grandes Eaux Musicales, the Great Night Waters or the Royal Serenade in the Hall of Mirrors. West of Parisyou can also visit the The castle of Malmaison and Bois-Préau and that of the Breteuil castle.

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