At 1128 m long with 69 meters tall towers, Notre Dame is Paris’ best place to visit on New Year. The cathedral belonging to the ‘’Catholics of Archdiocese’’ in Paris is one of the most renowned cathedrals of all times. It is also known as Notre Dame Cathedral. This historical cathedral is situated on the Île de la Cité, which is one of two beautiful natural islands left in the Seine, Paris. The main entrance of this gothic monument is towards the West and it has many huge rose windows. The Northern 13th century window with 13.1-meter diameter is the most eye-catching among all rose windows with three wide portals. There is the Gallery of Kings above these portals, containing 28 statues of Judean Kings. The site of this active Catholic Church has always been the religious centre of Paris and is one of the first buildings in the world to use arched exterior supports.
A symbol of discord, desire and fascination, the Eiffel Tower is probably Europe's best-known landmark and Paris’ single most romantic spot. Do not miss the view from the top of the tower, where a breathtaking, panoramic view of the valley awaits.
Once the tallest structure in the world, the Eiffel Tower never fails to attract and impress its visitors. It is 324 metres tall with 120 antennas. Never forget to visit the Eiffel Tower Restaurant, situated on the 11th floor of the tower. It offers a wide range of Continental cuisines and wine.
If you want to make you New Year Evening a memorable one then you must book your hotel in Champs Elysees district as world’s most popular street “Champs Elysees” is situated here. This captivating avenue has cafes, deluxe shops, cinemas, and perfectly trimmed horse-chestnut trees to provide its visitors with all sources of entertainment. This very beautiful masterpiece is 70 meters wide and run for 1910 meters in a straight line from Arc de Triomphe to Place de la Concorde. It is main venue for all consequential celebrations in Paris.
The Louvre Museum
The Louvre, one of the most prestigious monuments in Paris, is the absolute must see for all visitors. This renowned monument of Paris is the biggest national museum of France and the most visited in the world. This central landmark contains nearly 35,000 objects from the 6th century BC to the 19th century and it is an amazing place for those who are fond of attractive and exotic art.
The Louvre, home to the artists and sculptors, has three entrances with a shopping mall under the main entrance. The shopping mall of the museum has the first Apple store in all of France.
The Latin Quarter
If you did not visit the Latin Quarter, you cannot truly say you have seen Paris. It is truly a unique place located on the left bank of the River Seine. This is an exciting spot where student come for hangout and fall in love over croissants and cafe crème. It is a perfect place to visit with many historical buildings and fine shops around.
Les Invalides is a must see fascinating military museum where Napoleon I and many other military heroes of France are buried. It has several military types of equipment like French army uniforms, swords, boots, field kits, suits of armour, Napoleon's horse, crossbows, swords, eye wears and many more. This beautiful building with stunning architecture is the most inexpensive attraction considering Paris.
The Marias is Paris’ oldest and most far-out district with many magnificent buildings of historical and architectural value. This symbolic district is one of the only areas of Paris that preserves the narrow streets and architectural styles of Medieval and Renaissance-era of France. However, it also hosts many fashion stores, stylish restaurants along with advertising galleries.
Montmartre is another historical district of Paris. It is situated in the in the north of Paris in the 18th arrondissement and is one among the most favourite among visitors. This colourful neighbourhood in Paris is the same place where artist Maurice Utrillo once lived impressive life and painted the nature. Montmartre is known as the area of talented artists.
Place de la Concorde
The Place de la Concorde is Paris’ largest square in Paris and is situated in the eighth arrondissement, between the Tuileries and the Champs-Elysées. Once known as known as the place Louis XV, Place de la Concorde is a beautiful eight-hectare square. It absolutely worth a visit as you can you can view the Arc de Triomphe, the Madeleine, the Tuileries, across the Seine, the Palais Bourbon, and the Assemblée Nationale from this point.
Pere Lachaise Cemetery
At 44 hectares, Pere Lachaise Cemetery is reputed to be largest cemetery in Paris and the most-visited in the entire world. It attracts thousands of visitors every year with its cluster of trees, gliding hills, winding paths with nicely plotted street names and extensive tombs and sepulchres. This foremost Cemetery is known as the most monumental place of rest as many well-known personalities have their resting place in this area.