1. Sainte Chapelle Paris

Step into the Gothic architectural masterpiece of Sainte Chapelle Paris, a royal chapel built in 1248. It only took seven years to complete this historic church. It was built to house precious relics including the Crown of Thorns and the Image of Edessa. Marvel at its stunning stained-glass windows and explore the grounds with a free 45-minute guided tour.
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2. Champs Elysees

Famed for its grandeur and elegance, Champs Elysees is known as the most beautiful avenue in the world, and it’s easy to see why. When in Paris, you’ll likely find yourself wandering through the street running between the Place Charles de Gaulle and the Place de la Concorde. Stretching for 1.2 miles long, you’ll have plenty to see and do as you explore all of its luxury shops, cosy cafés, impressive theatres and historical monuments.
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3. Musée d’Orsay

The Musée d'Orsay is not your every day, dusty museum. It’s one of the most popular and exciting museums in the world with impressive art collections and impressionist masterpieces from artists like Monet, Van Gogh and Renoir. Formerly a railway station, the museum opened in 1986 and still holds original elements from its railway days. Natural light spills through the glass windows, which surround the building and ceiling, giving an eternal brightness to the interior - as long as the sun is out!
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4. Sacre Coeur & Montmartre

As the second most visited monument in Paris, you should make time to visit the Sacre Coeur during your stay. This beautiful church embodies a palpable Roman-Byzantine style chalked in white. The interior is decorated with impressive mosaic scenes spread across the ceiling. Dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Basilica is a place of worship for many, but it’s also worth visiting just to take in the views over Paris from the highest point in the city.
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5. Parc de la Villette

For a unique evening of entertainment, go and watch a film outdoors at the largest park in Paris, Parc de la Villette. If you’re visiting during the summer months, go along to the open-air film festival, Cinéma en Plein Air.
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6. Arc de Triomphe

When in Paris, you absolutely have to make time to see the Arc de Triomphe. As one of the most famous monuments in the city, it follows close behind the Eiffel Tower as one of the most iconic symbols of Paris. Marvel at its ancient Roman architecture and get up close to each of its four main sculptural groups depicted on its massive pillars. The monument holds a special place in the heart of Paris and offers a glimpse into the history of France.
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7. Notre Dame Cathedral

Stand face to face with the most iconic Gothic building in all of Paris with a visit to Notre Dame Cathedral on Île de la Cité. Start by exploring the outside of the building with its scary looking gargoyles and intricate carvings.
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8. Louvre

See some of the world’s most famous artwork as you visit the Louvre in Paris. Arriving at the gallery, spend some time taking pictures of the impressive building before heading inside.
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10. Paris Chocolate & Pastry Tour

Taste your way through Paris as you take to the streets on a Chocolate and Pastry Tour. You’ll discover the best sweet treats in the city as you make your way to popular patisseries and hidden gems.
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