Paris, also known as ‘city of love’ & ‘city of lights’ is the capital of France and among the top tourist destinations of the world. It is a global center of fashion, art, architecture, cuisine, culture and business. There are lots of attractions in Paris that you will love. Paris is renowned for its amazing 19th century city plan, beautiful bridges, museums, high-end shopping, side-walk restaurants, cathedrals and lots more. The city offers something for almost everyone. To commute within the city you can use Paris’ metro/RER lines or even walk along the beautiful boulevards by yourself and explore the life of the busiest city of Europe. Paris will give you the memories you will cherish the whole life, so hurry and pick Paris your next destination!

Our experts have compiled a comprehensive list of best places to visit in Paris so that you don’t worry about what to do in Paris.  Here are our top things to see in Paris:

1. Eiffel Tower

Eiffel tower is the major landmark of not only France but of the entire Europe and among the top Paris tourist attractions. It has been the center of attraction since it was built in 1889 for Universal Exhibition to celebrate French Revolution. It is a 300 meter iron lattice tower that is located in Champ de Mars area of Paris. The tower is among the most recognizable structures of the world. You can have a panoramic view of the city from the top of the Eiffel Tower, but for that you will have to pre book your ticket in order to skip the extensive waiting at on-the-spot ticket counter.

2. Disneyland Paris

Another must do in Paris is Disneyland Paris, previously known as Euro Disney, and is one of the most visited attractions in Europe. It is an entertainment resort that attracts millions of tourists all-round the year. According to National Institute of Statistics and Economics of France, DLP is France’s most famous tourist destination, beating the Eiffel Tower and even Louvre Museum. DLP consists of 2 parks; one is Disneyland Park and the other one is Walt Disney Studios. Both parks have different rides to offer. So if you want to have a fun day out then head to Disneyland Paris and it won’t disappoint you!
Timings – Disneyland Park- 10:00 am to 8:00 pm | Walt Disney Studios- 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tickets – 1 day 2 parks- Adult €69 , Child €64

3. The Louvre

Whether you are an art lover or not, The Louvre Museum will amaze you at all levels as it is one of the best things to do in Paris. Louvre is the largest museum of the world and known as the museum of the museums. The museum is the beneficiary of Enlightenment as well as French Revolution. It’s collection and size has made it a reference of art that is acknowledged all over the world. From middle age, Oriental, Greek, Islamic, Roman, Egyptian to the paintings of 1848, the Museum houses over 35000 exhibits in more than 14.5 km of the area. Louvre proudly holds the prestige of having world famous paintings like Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and Raft of the Medusa.
Timings – Monday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday- 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Wednesday, Friday- 9:00 am to 9:45 pm | Tuesday- closed
Tickets – €15

4. Notre Dame De Paris

Notre Dame de Paris is a world famous cathedral in the middle of Paris, France. You will be mesmerized to see this beautiful Gothic style church dating back to 1163. It has been restored and modifies several times since it was first constructed. Come and witness this renowned cathedral and get some photographs clicked in front of its beautiful façade.
Timings – 8:00 am to 6:45 pm

5. Sacre Coeur

Dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, Montmartre Sacre Coeur is a Roman Catholic Church built from a special stone in 1875. It is among the top churches of the world and attracts a number of tourists every year. The church is located on top of a hill in a beautiful area of Montmartre and it’s white color makes it easily recognizable.
Timings – 6:00 am to 10:30 pm

6. Arc De Triomphe

Arc De Triomphe is one of the iconic landmarks of Paris and attracts thousands of tourists every year is best for Paris sightseeing. The monument is famous for its beautiful architecture and design. You will notice delicate engravings, sculptures and designs that highlight the martyrs of French Revolution. It was built between 1806 and 1836 and now considered as world’s most commemorative monument. The spot also provides beautiful panoramic views of Paris that you will surely admire.
Timings – 10:00 am to 11:00 pm
Tickets – Adult- €8

7. Parc Asterix

Parc Asterix is a themed amusement park in Paris that is based on the adventured of cartoon characters Asterix and Obelix. The park offers 6 worlds that house 32 open air rides and one show that is held every day, in short, it has something for almost everyone. The Park also has the largest wooden rollercoaster of Europe. So, if you are looking for a fun day out then head to Parc Asterix and have memorable time with your loved ones.
Timings – 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Tickets – Adult- €47 | Child €39

8. Centre Georges Pompidou

Centre Georges Pompidou is an intricate building structure in Paris that consists of a huge public library, National Museum of Modern Arts and a sound & music research center. The building will catch your attention and you won’t resist taking pictures with the amazing background because of its unique industrial architecture and design. National Museum has an amazing 20th century collection of artwork which you will surely admire. After visiting the museum don’t forget to take the elevator to the top and enjoy the roof-top view of the city
Timings – Wednesday to Monday 11:00 am to 10:00 pm | Tuesday- closed
Tickets – Museum & exhibitions- €14 | View of Paris- €3 | Guided Tour- €4.5

9. Musee D’orsay

Musee D’orsay is a museum in Paris that is housed in a once-operational railway station Gare d’Orsay. The station was converted in to a museum in 1986. The museum hosts incredible works of art, sculptures, photos and engravings reflecting French Impressionism including some of the most popular paintings in the world. Although this museum is not as famous as the Louvre but you should give it a visit and you won’t regret your decision
Timings – 9:30 am to 6:00 pm | Monday- closed
Tickets – €11

10. Jardin Du Luxembourg

Jardin Du Luxembourg is a beautiful private park that is rich with nature and history. This 23 hectare park is open to the public and attracts number of locals and tourists throughout the day. The park is considered as one of the most beautiful and largest parks of France. If you want to relax in the evening with your family you can come to this park that has ample activities for you and your kids!
Timings – 7:30 am to 8:15 pm