The must-sees in Paris: our TOP 8 family tours

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

Discover our TOP 8 of the must-sees in Paris. The ones you must absolutely visit if you come for a few days with your family! Parisians, Ile-de-France residents or tourists passing through, they are iconic tourist sites and sites of the capital to see (at least once) and see again. We never get tired of it! Of course, there is the Eiffel Tower, but in our top 8, we think that a cruise on the Seine is also a must in Paris. It is simply magical to see the monuments from the Seine. These Parisian must-sees are for a few free ones for the kids.  They visit each other day or night, depending on whether it's because some monumental evenings and museums make night.

1.  Eiffel Tower (Paris 7th)
2.   The Louvre museum (Paris 1st)
3.  A cruise on the Seine (departures from Paris 7th or Paris 8th)
4.  Our Ladythe Ile de la Cité and the Ile Saint-Louis.
5.  Montmartre and the Sacré Coeur (Paris 18th)
6.   The Orsay museum (Paris 7th)
7.  The Champs-Elysées (Paris 8th)
8.  The Palace of Versailles

la tour eiffel, un des incontournables à Paris évidemment

Did you know ?
It takes 60 tons of paint every 7 years to completely repaint the Eiffel Tower

le louvre : le plus beau musée de Paris à montrer aux enfants

Did you know ?
The Louvre Museum is so big that it would take you 100 days to visit it in its entirety, with 30 seconds spent in each room

incontournable à Paris : une croisière sur la seine

Did you know ?
In 1750, we bathe and drink the water of the Seine! The boats-mouches make their appearance at the 1867 World's Fair!

Notre-Dame : notre top 4 des monuments à visiter a paris

Did you know ?
The bees of Notre-Dame! In spring 2013, a hive took place on the roof of the sacristy. The bees of this hive are Brother Adam, bees whose main characteristic is sweetness, essential virtues for urban beekeeping

Montmartre en top 5 : notre quartier préféré à Paris

Did you know ?
There was a time when shantytowns were found in Montmartre, made of odds and ends. A real ghetto called the Maquis de Montmartre.

le musée d'Orsay : un de nos musées préférés

Did you know ?
There was a time when shantytowns were found in Montmartre, made of odds and ends. A real ghetto called the Maquis de Montmartre.

les Champs-Elysées

Did you know ?
The Avenue des Champs-Elysées is 1910 meters long, from the Concorde to the Place des Champs-Elysées and 70m wide.

Notre Top 7 : la visite du château de Versailles

Did you know ?
Marie Antoinette took her bath dressed! At the time of the king's court, we were walking in gondola on the Grand Canal!