It can take you a lifetime to fully explore and learn about the Louvre. The site of the world's largest and most valuable collection of pre-20th century sculpture, painting, and decorative objects, the Louvre is definitely one of Paris' unsurpassed attractions.
Notre Dame Cathedral
You cannot complete your trip to Paris without visiting this unique gothic construction. It is counted as one of the most significant and stunning churches of Europe. The spectacular towers, painted glass, spire and statuary at Notre Dame Cathedral's will definitely take your breath away.
The Eiffel Tower is a testament to the marvels of architecture. However, one of the most popular structures in the world, built for the 1889 World Exposition by Gustave Eiffel, was rowdily disliked by Parisians when it was first disclosed by the government.
The Sorbonne and the Latin Quarter
The Sorbonne University is one of the important historic sites in Paris, producing some of the best students in the city. Being one of Europe's oldest universities, the Sorbonne was established in 1257 for theology students. It has created incalculable think tanks, including great philosophers like Jean Paul, René Descartes and Simone.
Arc de Triomphe
Arc de Triomphe was specially constructed by the great Emperor Napoléon in 1806 to honour his conquests. It is a landmark to remember patriotic soldiers of Paris who scarified their lives. Triomphe is situated on the right bank of the Seine and at the hub of a dodecagonal configuration of twelve radiating boulevards.