Paris is a large metropolitan city rich European history, culture, museums, monuments, churches and architectural squares. Even in Paris, like all big cities, should move through the underground network consists of 13 lines that intersect with each other throughout the city. Things to see in Paris are so many then everyone makes their own choices according to the time available and your taste. The following are a number of attractions that many tourists have visited the world but everyone can choose what they like best.
You can begin to get an overview of the city through the famous tourist buses “Sightseeing Bus” so that they are aware of the distance and define things to visit with more prudence.
Or take a broad view of the city through a guided tour by boat on the Seine and evaluate the attractions that deserve a greater depth.
Eiffel Tower is a symbol of Paris necessarily to visit the monument is busiest in the world;
Aerial view of Paris at sunset
L ‘Arc de Triomphe monument design and neoclassical complex that honors the French soldiers who fell during the French Revolution and during the Napoleonic wars;
Cathedral Notre Dame de Paris to the elegant and mysterious church in Paris, overlooking the Seine, certainly one of the most famous in the world;
The Louvre museum which houses thousands of works of art, including the Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci. Certainly one of the most famous art museums in the world;
Place de la Concorde, in French Place de la Concorde. Elegant square located at the foot of the Champs-Elysées;
The Musee D’Orsay in Paris built in the old Gare d’Orsay on the occasion of Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1900. The museum houses mostly French works from the period between the mid-nineteenth early twentieth century, including the work of some of the most important painters of the history: Degas, Manet, Monet, Van Gogh. In the heart of Paris, along the Seine, the Musée d’Orsay has a charm and precious architecture;
The Palace of Versailles are truly amazing the pomp and majesty of this palace, one of the most beautiful buildings and the world’s largest .Troppa spectacular not to be seen though is out of town;
The Centre Georges Pompidou opened in 1977 offers a more modern cultural experiences the complex houses a public library, the Musée National d’Art Moderne, before visiting the exhibits within it, pause to look at the innovative style of its architecture will remain gaping A harmonious structures shaped glass tube that give the center the appearance of a building upside down;
The Sainte-Chapelle in Paris is one of the most important monuments of Gothic architecture. For the construction of this facility has made particular use of sculpture, painting and glass art;
The Basilica of the Sacred Heart (in French Basilique du Sacré-Cœur) monument whiter Europe built with limestone rocks that absorbs smog and any rain is always brighter. Located on the hill of Montmartre where you can enjoy a breathtaking view;
Montmartrein Paris in 1800 was the Montmartre district damn where they went penniless artists in search of fortune and bourgeois bored with a passion for prostitutes and the Moulin Rouge;
The Latin Quarter of Paris in this area of Paris is definitely a sparkly, but it does not come from distant countries. The only exotic elements are the Arab World Institute and the restaurants that sell kebabs in Place St Michel. For the rest, the atmosphere in the Latin Quarter is distinctly French, but very “effervescent” and thanks to the local cafes, open day and night throughout the year, overflowing with professors and students, emerging from cultural institutions, seek distraction and some time to relax;
The Pantheon in Paris (in French Panthéon de Paris), former Catholic church dedicated to St. Genevieve, is a monument located in the French capital in the heart of the Latin Quarter.