Built for the 1889 World’s Fair, the Eiffel Tower is worth visiting. Grab your friends and take a ride in the tower’s iconic elevator. If you’re hungry, be sure to try out Le Jules Verne, the tower’s excellent French restaurant.
Come here for an excellent view of the Parisian rooftops.
The Louvre is a must-visit for all art lovers. Not only is it one of the biggest and greatest art museums world-wide, but the Louvre itself is a work of art, which is demonstrated by its glass pyramid courtyard
Come here for a look at some of the most famous paintings in Europe.
You can’t go to Paris without trying the essential French macaroon. With flavors ranging from chocolate to rose, Laduree is arguably the best place in the city for these pretty cookies.
Come here to indulge your sweet tooth.
This arch doesn’t just look old… it is old! Ordered for construction by Napoleon in 1806, this is one of the oldest arches world-wide. If you’re looking for a particularly intimate view of the arch, make sure to access the roof.
Come here for a Kodak moment.
Louis Vuitton leather goods are a staple in the handbags and pockets of people of all ages. Little do most people know, the company is actually based in Paris and has a huge flagship store on the Champs-Élysée, one of the best shopping streets in Paris.
Come here for an afternoon of retail therapy.
We’ve all seen the movie, but nothing compares to seeing the site in the flesh. Moulin Rouge is an excellent traditional French cabaret. There’s no mistaking that historic red building when you walk by, so go ahead and take a peak!
Come here for a fun nighttime activity with friends.
Paris is home to what is often considered to be the most famous painting in the world, the Mona Lisa. She gets an entire room for herself and attracts hundreds of visitors every day. Leonardo da Vinci is arguably one of the greatest Renaissance painters, so don’t skip out on this opportunity to see his work.
Come here for a chance to see the world's most famous painting.