With a population of 2.257.981 inhabitants Paris is the capital city of France and the region of Ile de France . It is situated on the river Seine and is positioned in the fifth place as the largest city in Europe.
With over 40 million foreigner tourists per year Paris is the most visited tourist destination in the world. This incredible city has a large numbers of attractions with plenty of famous and admired buildings such as the famous Eiffel Tower, which it is a symbol that represents the city and from the top allows to enjoy an unforgettable panorama of the city. If you are on a tour round the city other places you cannot miss are the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, Champs Elysées, the Sacré Coeur, the Pantheon, the Arch of Defense and the Opera Garnier. It is a city that also has a big number of the most renowned museums including the Louvre Museum being the most visited in the world, the Orsay Museum and the National Museum of Natural History of France .
A stroll along the Seine it is an unforgettable trip, where you will embark on an unforgettable adventure where you will see the main points of the city. It is a great tour option during the day or night.
With a world-renowned cuisine, Paris has some of the most famous restaurants and chefs to delight even the most demanding clients.
During the night the beautiful Paris offers various programs to enjoy, from enjoying an opera performance at the renowned Opera Garnier or Opera Bastille, to have fun at the famous Moulin Rouge.
As one of the fashion capitals alongside New York, Milan, Madrid, London and Tokyo, every year the fashion week comes alive where the most famous designers from around the world show their amazing collections.
Paris is a cosmopolitan, edgy, and romantic city that will leave lasting memories during your visit.
Being the biggest symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower, is an iron construction of 325 meters high that was created for the Paris Exposition of 1889. It is situated on the River Seine and was designed by Gustave Eiffel. The tower construction lasted more than two years, period in which more than 250 employees worked. In the early twentieth century, the army used it as a communication and broadcasting antenna, and today is one of the most v...Map of Eiffel Tower
This majestic bridge crosses the Seine River and connects the Esplanade des Invalides with the monumental complex formed by the bridge, the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais. The foundation stone for the construction of the bridge was laid in 1896 by Tsar Nicholas II of Russia celebrating Franco-Russian alliance. The bridge was inaugurated by Émile Loubet on April 14, 1900, in conjunction with the Exposition Universelle in Paris. In 197...Map of Pont Alexandre-III
The Notre Dame Cathedral is located in the District IV, in the Cité Island surrounded by the waters of the river Seine. With a Gothic style construction the cathedral is one of the oldest of its kind. Its construction began in 1163 and culminated in the year 1245, over the years, Notre Dame has had countless reforms. From its 69 meters towers you can see a wonderful view of the city. This Cathedral witnessed important history moments ...Map of Notre Dame Cathedral
The Louvre world renowned and most famous museum in Paris is one of the most visited attractions in the city along with the Eiffel Tower, with more than 7 million visitors per year. Opened in late eighteenth century in 1793, it is housed in the Louvre Palace. In 1989 a glass pyramid was built as a distinctive feature of the museum. The Louvre Museum houses nearly 300,000 works designed before 1848, where approximately 35,000 are dis...Map of Louvre Museum
The Stade de France is located in Saint-Denis, north of town near Paris. The stadium was built for the World Cup 1998 because that year France hosted the event. It opened on January 28, 1998, with the football match France – Spain. Today is the largest stadium in France, with a capacity of 81 338 people. Besides sporting events the stadium is used for concerts and large events in general.Map of Stade de France
The Bastille represented the symbol of the French Revolution beginning, was a fortress that preserved the eastern side of the city of Paris, initially served the function of protecting the city before becoming state prison. On June 16 of 1792 it was decided to occupy the area of the Bastille with a square call Liberty. Palloy laid the first stone however the construction was not carried out. In 1793 a fountain was constructed. In 1808 ...Map of Place de la Bastille