Planning A Short Trip To Paris? Don’t Miss Out On These Attractions

Revered as a romantic getaway, Paris, the ‘City of Lights,’ is a favourite destination of all. Home to beautiful monuments and ancient towers, Paris is a leading centre of fashion, business, and entertainment.
If you are planning for a short trip to Paris, then book one of the affordable international holiday packages from us for a hassle-free holiday.

And while you are at it, make sure to include these attractions in your bucket list:

1. Eiffel Tower 


Eiffel Tower is one of the most famous monuments in Paris and is no less than the symbol of the city. Built by Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, the tower is made of 15 steel sections bound together by 2.5 million rivets. It is one of the top tourist attractions in Paris and the view of the cityscape from the top level, which is 276 metres high, is beyond comparison.

2. Conciergerie


The Conciergerie is a magnificent palace built for the French Kings during the 10th century. Its Great Hall is the largest in Europe, while one of the other halls was designed to accommodate 2,000 workers. Later on, it became a famous prison for revolutionaries during the Reign of Terror.

3. Disneyland Paris


Disneyland Paris is a popular theme park in Europe. With its amazing rides, beautiful hotels and shopping centres, this resort is widely visited by people all over the globe. It is situated about 20 miles away from the city.

4. Seine Cruise


Drifting along the 500 miles long Seine River through France and overlooking the City of Lights is a one-of-a-kind experience. The one-hour boat ride in Seine River, especially during night-time, is a great opportunity to enjoy priceless views of Paris and the city’s lights shimmering on the water.

5. Les Catacombs


The Catacombs are unused quarry tunnels just a mile beneath the streets of the city. The tunnels contain the remains of dead Parisians which were removed from the old cemetery. The bones are arranged in a very artistic manner in the chilly surrounding, evoking an eerie feeling.

6. Champs-Élysées


Champs-Élysées is a glamorously-lit boulevard located towards the Arc de Triomphe to the west. Lines by trees on both the sides, the iconic avenue of Champs-Élysées is considered as the most beautiful street in the world, lined by everything you would want, restaurants, pubs, famous boutiques, and museums.

7. Musée d’Orsay


This infamous museum houses a premier collection of impressionist art, covering a period of around 100 years. Thousands of artworks and rare objects of artists, including Renoir, Van Gogh, Degas, Cézanne, and Manet are proudly flaunted on the walls of the museum for art-lovers.

8. Notre-Dame de Paris


A perfect example of 12th-century gothic architecture, Notre-Dame de Paris is a 400 feet-high cathedral with two dramatic towers, spires, and statuary that is a marvel to watch. It has a rare collection of Gothic sculptures and relics, admired by visitors worldwide.

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