2 Days in Paris 2021: Know How to Spend 48 Hours in Paris
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Places to Visit in Paris in 2 Days

Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum, Arc De Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Seine River Cruise, Latin Quarter Food Walking Tour, Musee d'Orsay, Opera Garnier, Sainte Chapelle, and Montparnasse Tower.

Our list of places worth visiting for 2 days in Paris is perfect for anyone who is short on time but still wants a great holiday in the city of love. Thinking about What to do 2 days in Paris? Well, how about everything. Even though a short trip, you can still get to explore the best of French artwork at the renowned Musee d’Orsay and the Louvre Museum.

Along with touring spectacular monuments like the epitome of love - the Eiffel tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Notre Dame cathedral among others. It doesn't end here, in your 2 days in Paris itinerary you can also get to be a part of a cruise, get the city's best views from Montparnasse Tower's observation deck and take a tour or witness a live opera performance at the Opera Garnier, one of the most grand opera houses in the world. Moreover, a visit to the Latin Quarters for a food tasting of some of the best French cuisine and wine will leave your taste buds lingering for days.

Here are some of the best places to visit in Paris in 2 days:

Places to Visit in Paris on Day 1

The Notre Dame Cathedral of Paris is known for its splendid location, towers, flying buttresses, and spire. For centuries, the 70 metres high Notre Dame Cathedral remained as one of the tallest and most precious edifices of Paris. Visitors coming here admire the beauty of the cathedral as a masterpiece carved out from French Gothic architecture.

Till date, it is rightly acknowledged to be one of the most significant Middle Age monuments of Paris.What makes the Notre Dame Cathedral as a unique monument is its unique revolutionary medieval design. The brilliance of the innovative Gothic flying buttresses technology is evident in every nook and corner of this cathedral.

Founded in the year 1163, the construction of this magnificent structure lasted for around 200 odd years with tonnes of architects’, stonecutters’, and carpenters’ contribution. The magnificently stained stunning windows here filter every ounce of the ethereal light that strikes the cathedral. In the evening, the illumination created by the votive candles amplifies the spiritual sense of the ambience here.

The cathedral has twin towers which are opened for visitors. To enter the tower, you need to make your way through the left side of the front doorways and then climb the 387 steps present there. The moment you make it to the top, you will be treated with a splendid view like never before.

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The Louvre Museum, officially known as the Great Louvre, is the national museum of France and is situated on the right side of the 12th-century fortress of Philip Augustus. It is the most-visited museums of the world that preserve a collection from ancient civilization to the mid 19th century.

The magnificent, baroque-styled palace and museum sit on the bank of the Seine river in Paris. It is one of the biggest tourist attractions in France and the entire Europe. The Louvre’s collection includes Egyptian antiques, ancient Greek and Roman sculptures, crown jewels, paintings by old masters and artifacts from French nobles among other such things.

Its collection spans from the sixth century BC to the 19th century AD. More than 35,000 works are on display at any given time at the museum.

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Arc de Triomphe which means “Triumphal Arch of the Star", is counted as the most popular monument in Paris, France that needs no introduction. It was erected in 1806, way before the Eiffel Tower by the designer Jean Chalgrinis.

Situated at the core of Place Charles de Gaulle and on the westernmost point of the famous Champs-Élysées avenue, this historically relevant monument was made in honour of all those brave soldiers who sacrificed their lives for France during the Napoleonic Wars and French Revolution.

This architecturally rich yet phenomenal arc houses the names of all French generals and French victories along with the inspiring patriotic quotes and messages on its inner and outer sides, whereas underneath it lies The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from the First World War.

The design and structure of the triumphal arch is influenced by the Arch of Titus in Rome, Italy. Arc de Triomphe, Paris stands tall at the height of 50 meters, depth of 22 meters and width of 45 meters, making it an enormously prominent structure to be admired.

Arc de Triomphe, Paris was the tallest arch in the world until the construction of Monumento a la Revolución in 1938 in Mexico. Additionally, influenced by it, La Grande Arche measuring 110 meters high near Paris and Arch of Triumph, Pyongyang were erected based on the model and perspective of the Arc de Triomphe, Paris which qualifies in the list of world’s tallest arches.
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Paris has always been enveloped by an enchanting aura of romance and vigour and standing in the heart of the city, lies the Eiffel Tower, wrapped in its air of beauty and cultural elegance. Your Paris trip would surely remain incomplete without a visit to the awe-inspiring Eiffel Tower. Built of 18,000 iron parts, the Eiffel Tower is popularly and aptly known as the “Iron Lady”. 

As you lay your foot on the grounds of Champ de Mars, the towering structure of one of the seven wonders of the world will pop up right in front of your eyes. Every year, hordes of tourists from different parts of the world flock to this place to behold the architectural beauty of the tower.

As you ponder about it’s history dating back to 1889, you will surely get surprised at its cause of origin. Constructed to serve as a mere entrance to the World Fair back in 1889, today it stands as one of the most integral cultural icons of France. As you engage in an exploration of the three different levels of the tower, you will get mesmerised to find cafeterias, restaurants, souvenir shops, and scenic vantage points tucked in at each floor.

The panoramic view of the Paris cityscape spread against the azure skyline is a pleasing sight to behold from the tower’s summit. As night descends, another spectacular sight of the Eiffel Tower illuminated with myriad bulbs will leave you in sheer awe. Thus, one can well understand that the tower is undeniably a tour de force of structural elegance and will turn out to be a worthwhile memory to cling onto for a lifetime.
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Our eyes love a pleasant view and you can get that in Paris. A dividing yet unifying landmark of the city of lights- the Seine River is the pride of Paris. It is also known as ‘Sequana’ for its snake-like path across the city. River Seine has been an onlooker of the evolution of Paris. Since the time of Parisians in 250 B.C., Seine has been the harbinger of prosperity through its navigable waters.

Even today, its commercial importance is valued by the people of Paris. The banks of Seine locate most of the city’s landmarks. Sailing through the slow-paced water, you get glimpses of every important and magnificent structure, gardens, cityscape and cheerful people.

Its riverside has been the dwelling place of popular names like Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh and Napoleon Bonaparte. The river has been a source of inspiration for several artists. The beauty and cultural importance of Seine made its banks a part of the UNESCO World Heritage list.

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Located on the banks of the Seine river in Paris, Musee d’Orsay is a popular destination for collective art spaces which mainly caters to French art. It was however constructed as a train station but with time it was converted into a museum. Representing the impressionist and post impressionist art forms, this exhibition hall has been enticing visitors and art lovers from all over the world.The design of Musee d’Orsay was conceptualised by Gae Aulenti in the year 1980 and it took more than 7 years to complete the structure.

There have been a number of renovations and restoration to convert this age old architectural marvel from a train station to a prospering museum. The very first construction started with installing metal frame structure and it was later completely concealed with an envelope of limestone to preserve the architectural harmony. The interiors of the museum reflects the superb artworks and intricate design elements picturising various historical occurings.

The interior decor of  the museum can be referred to as a palace of fine art because of the myriad collection it exhibits. Musee d’Orsay at the present times hosts a number of exhibitions, film screenings, concerts and performances. It also houses some of the important relics and artefacts of the times gone by. Some of the most loved artefacts of the museum are the Musee d’Orsay clock, artworks by some of the famed artists such as Renoir, Cézanne, Gaugin, Dali, Monet and Van Gogh, sculptures, architectural structures and various other decorative arts.

Some more significant relics of the old days are the famous self-portrait, Starry Night over the Rhone, Whistler’s mother, and the Artist's studio. At the time when it was renovated as a museum, two new floors were crafted out of the older construction. The ground floor at the present times features paintings, sculptures and decorative arts of the 19th century while the top floor features the artworks from 1874 – 1886.
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Palais Garnier or  is one of the most renowned and impressive landmarks located within the city of Paris. It symbolizes the opulence of the Second Empire. Commissioned by Napoleon III in the year 1861, the present-day structure of the Palais Garnier is nothing short than a luxurious architectural delight.

The moment you step inside, you will see a big chandelier hanging from the Opera Garnier ceiling staggered in 7 tonnes of pure bronze.

The entire Opera Garnier is a brilliant masterpiece of classicism, and eccentricity. The main façade here was tailored as a theatre set. It was entirely dedicatedOpera Garnier to the lyric piece of art with stone columns and arcades. Every single element of this grand edifice is adorned with elaborate statues, carvings, and sculptures. 

The auditorium is a definite sight to behold with a plush bloody red and golden seating area. The stage in the auditorium is massive enough to accommodate a total count of 450+ artists at one go. 

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Built by Louis IX in the 13th century, the Sainte-Chapelle is an architectural wonder and the finest royal chapel built in France. Designed with a Rayonnant Gothic style architecture, this chapel attracts millions of tourists each year. The chapel was commissioned by Louis IX of France in order to display his huge collection of Passion relics. It also houses the relics from the medieval Christendom, Christ's Crown of Thorns. 

It was once a revolutionary tribunal and also a spot where Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned. The distinct collection of fifteen glass panels along with a rose window forms a legit wall of light proving the architectural excellence of this chapel.

The chapel suffered tragic destruction in the late eighteenth century, during which the baldachin and the steeple were removed. Some of the relics were dispersed and also various reliquaries like the Grande Châsse, were melted down. The chapel as it appears today is due to the restoration done in the nineteenth and twenty-first century.

Despite its tragic history, the Sainte-Chapelle houses the extensive collection of stained glass from the 13th century. All the 15 stained glass windows in this chapel date back to the 13th century. The glass windows illustrate over 1000+ biblical stories starting from the Book of Genesis, leading towards the Book of Esther and the Book of Kings.
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Montparnasse Tower has got everything that makes it an ideal place to start and end your day with. It offers a spectacular 360-degree view of the entire city of Paris. Especially, the 56th and 59th observation floors of the Montparnasse Tower offer a stunning view in almost all directions.

The tower has got its name after the Greek mountain – Mount Parnassus and is currently known as the gigantic skyscraper of Paris.  Within a flash of 38 seconds, you will be elevated from the bottom, right up to the indoor observatory in the tower through Europe’s fastest elevator. On the 56th floor, you have various films, viewpoints, and interactive activities, all awaiting your presence.

The observatory on the 59th floor of this gigantic tower is much more enjoyable. And why not? Standing 210 meters from the streets, this 59th-floor observatory offers more pristine and breath-taking views of the city. 
Apart from this, the newly opened panoramic rooftop terrace features a phenomenal window to give you a lustrous Parisian panorama.

Do not forget to pack your DSLR while visiting here. The views of the Sacré Coeur, Notre Dame, and the Eiffel Tower from here are simply amazing. And you are surely going to thank the Montparnasse for blessing you with ample memories to carry forward for the years to come.

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Spread over the 5th and 6th arrondissements of Paris, the Latin Quarter is a culturally and geographically rich area in France's romantic capital. It graces the river Seine on its left bank and roughly encircles the University of Paris or Sorbonne.

The Latin Quarter is known all over the world to be an educational centre. Besides the historic University of Paris, institutions including École Normale Supérieure, the École des Mines de Paris, Panthéon-Assas University are present in the area.

Even the Schola Cantorum, the Jussieu university campus, and the École Polytechnique educational institutions have been established in the area very recently. Due to the presence of such significant centres of education, this area has a vibrant student life, bistros, pubs, restaurants, malls and cafes.

If you are looking to spend your vacation amidst the lively streets of Paris, the Latin Quarter is one area you shouldn't miss exploring.

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Palace of Versailles

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If you have time enough for 2 days in Paris, one of the places that you absolutely must explore in this historical city is the Palace of Versailles. Built in the 1700s, the palace is the perfect testament to the extravagance of the French in terms of architecture and art.

It is one of the most famous structures in the world, visited by millions of people every year to learn more about French history and walk through the elaborate hallways of the Palace of Versailles that once used to serve as the residence of the royal family. 

Location:
Place d'Armes, 78000 Versailles, France

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Tuesday to Sunday (9:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.)

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Montmartre

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When you are spending 2 days in Paris, you need to visit places that give you an authentic flavour of Paris, which is why Montmartre is a place that you absolutely must explore. This beautiful village near the Right Bank of the city is a melting pot of art, culture and architecture.

The streets are lined with quaint cafes, historical museums, ancient basilicas and other significant structures. At the centre of the village is the Sacré-Coeur Basilica from where you can catch an incredible panoramic view of the city. It remains, to this day, a massive inspiration to artists all over the world who come to visit. 

Location:
35 Rue du Chevalier-de-la-Barre, 18th arrondissement, 75018 Paris
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Palais Garnier

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Considered one of the best examples of 18th-century Parisian theatre arts, the Palais Garnier is a place that you must visit if you are spending 2 days in Paris. It is one of the most beautifully constructed opera houses in the world that was commissioned by Emperor Napoleon III and displayed many world-famous theatrical performances that people travelled from all over the world to see.

Performances are still held here today, and you can buy a ticket to a play or an opera show for yourself as well. You can also walk around and explore the hallways and rooms inside the Palais that are open to the public. 

Location:
Pl. de l'Opéra, 75009 Paris, France

Timing:
Monday to Sunday (7:30 p.m. - 2:00 a.m.) 
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Place De La Concorde

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Just like most of the places in Paris, the Place De La Concorde is a neighbourhood that is steeped in history and culture. During the 18th century, the square served as an execution site during the French Revolution.

Today, it is one of the poshest neighbourhoods in the city, located in the famous Champs-Elysées and surrounded by hotels, cafes, restaurants, ateliers and fountains such as the Fontaine des Mers and Fontaine des Fleuves. The square was redesigned by a famous French architect by the name of Jacques-Ignacio Hittorf after the execution of Marie Antoinette here. 

Location:
Champs-Elysées, 75008, Paris, France 
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Champs Élysées

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One of the most imperative places to visit in Paris for 2 days includes the world-famous neighbourhood of Champs Élysées in the 8th arrondissement of the city. It is known as the fashion capital of the world, with all of the world’s largest heritage luxury brands having shops and outlets there.

You can also check out several home-grown local French brands that are very exclusive and quaint. The street, which runs for a length of 1.9 km, is one of the most famous in the world, with more than 300,000 people visiting every single day.

There are also several French bakeries as well as fine-dining restaurants along the Hampshire Élysées which makes this the perfect haunt for your time in Paris. 

Location:
Avenue des Champs Élysées 

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Most stores are open from Monday to Saturday (10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.)
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Le Manoir De Paris

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If you are looking for offbeat places to visit in Paris for 2 days, there is no place better than the Le Manoir De Paris. Located in the 10th arrondissement, the Le Manoir De Paris served as the primary workshop for the ceramics artist - Choisy-le-Roi.

Now, the structure stands as a walkthrough haunted house where you can visit with your friends to get spooked. You can learn about the many fascinating urban legends of Paris while dressed up actors hidden throughout the building try to scare you, while others guide you through the history of the city. 

Location:
18 Rue de Paradis, 75010 Paris, France 

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Friday (7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.) and Saturday (3:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.)
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Places Des Vosges

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The Places des Vosges is one of the oldest places in Paris and if you are making a list of places to visit in Paris for 2 days, make sure you put this on the list. The palace originally served as a leisure house for aristocrats who used to ride horses, indulge in parties and meet in the elaborate halls of the palace.

It is now a semi-museum, with interesting artefacts from history displayed in the rooms. There is an octagonal fountain in front of the property, along with acres upon acres of manicured lawns. You can also visit the many cafes surrounding the building. 

Location:
Pl. des Vosges, 75004 Paris, France

Timing:
Tuesday to Sunday (9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)
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Bois De Vincennes

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One of the most fascinating places to visit in Paris is the Bois de Vincennes, which is the largest public park in Paris. This sprawling oasis of greenery and natural beauty is located on the eastern side of the city and is frequented by locals for fresh air and by tourists for its historical significance.

You can explore this park on foot, rent a boat and go boating on the lake inside the park and even take a ride on horseback to get a feel of the olden days. There are many small pavilions, gazebos, benches and other places that have existed for hundreds of years that you can now explore in this idyllic garden. 

Location:
Rte de la Pyramide, 75012 Paris, France

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Monday to Sunday (9:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.)
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Les Invalides

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If you want to get another authentic taste of French history, then one of the best places to visit in Paris in 2 days is the Les Invalides complex. This served as a housing estate for war heroes and veterans who were injured in war.

In modern times, the complex still serves this purpose in some of its quarters, but the rest of the structure has been converted into a museum, along with being the site for the tomb of Napoleon I.

There is a massive French courtyard on the complex from where you can get a panoramic view of the building. The construction of this sprawling structure was commissioned by King Louis XIV who wanted to honour the sacrifices of his soldiers. 

Location:
129 Rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris, France 

Timing:
Monday to Sunday (10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.) 
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Pantheon

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Located in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, the Pantheon is one of the most famous and recognisable monuments in the city. The pantheon is actually an ancient church that was built as a dedication to Saint Genevieve.

Some of the most famous artists, philosophers, scientists and great thinkers from Parisian history are buried here including people like Marie Curie, Alexander Dumas and Victor Hugo. You can also watch a pendulum hanging from one of the domes of the Pantheon, which was suspended by the famous French physicist Jean Foucault who wanted to determine the earth’s rotation. 

Location:
Pl. du Panthéon, 75005 Paris, France

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Monday to Sunday (10:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.)
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13 December 2019
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Visiting Disneyland in Paris has always been a dream of mine and I get to thoroughly enjoy it. My idea of pre-booking the tickets was on point. I really didn't want to take any chances. Every moment I spent there was magical and I even got past the queue pretty fast. If you are going to visit Disneyland you better get an advance ticket booked, trust me it really helps.
18 November 2019
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The best part about the cruise was the breathtaking view that it served. The commentator in the ship was well informed and gave us great insights throughout the cruise. The trip lasted for about 30 minutes and we got to take a couple of very elegant pictures of the city from the cruise.
22 January 2020
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We enjoyed an evening cruise on the beautiful waters of the Seine river. The experience was refreshing and we enjoyed the entire cruise. The ship was well maintained and smoothly managed by the people present there. I really like to thank Thrillophilia for its seamless service. I would recommend this cruise to everyone visiting Paris.
16 November 2019
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We got the 1:00 PM tour of the La Vallée Village for some much needed shopping that we wanted to do. We shopped and also enjoyed a good meal at the village. There was some really cool stuff that we bought including souvenirs.
12 January 2020
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The transport to La Vallée Village was very comfortable. The pickup and drop off was conducted very well. I and my partner engaged in a good shopping escapade where we spent hours buying various things. The village is one of the prominent places to shop and have a good time, overall. I would recommend every person who wants to get into some shopping should definitely visit La Vallee Village. It is worth every penny.
The Picasso National Museum carried a ton of history. From the painting to the sculptures to the actual design of the museum everything is historical. Me, being a history buff I was engrossed in the place.
What an elegant place to discover. I always wanted to visit Picasso National Museum and I found this great discount they were providing on the tickets so I booked them for myself and my parents on our trip to Paris. We just showed our Thrillophilia vouchers on the location and they instantly allowed us in. I really liked it and would definitely recommend Thrillophilia.
The overall experience I would say was very positive. A must-try, I would say.
17 February 2020
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The Paris Hop On Hop Off is a great way to enjoy and get to see all the important monuments in the place. The trip was amazing and worth a shot. My family along with me got to see a variety of scenic locations around the city. We took a lot of photos and had a great time on the tour. The bus was comfortable and easy to ride on.
06 January 2020
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I chose the transfer package of the Disneyland Paris tour by Thrillophilia because I had kids with me and I didn't want to wander around in various transport services with them. The pickup and drop service arranged by the team was really comfortable and saved a lot of my time. The trip was hassle-free. My kids had a lot of fun and I was just happy to see them enjoy so much.

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People Also Ask About Paris

  1. Where should I stay in Paris for 2 days?

    You can stay for 2 days in paris in one of its many neighbourhoods. Areas like Marias, Latin Quarters are the safest neighbourhoods here. Also, if you want to stay at a budget hotel, you can go for Marias or Saint Germain. These areas have some cheapest hotels and are close to notable tourist attractions, thus you can cover almost all main attractions in these two days.
  2. How many days do you need in Paris?

    Since the main tourist attractions here are close to each other, 2 days in paris are enough in your itinerary. Finding a stay around the areas like Marias or Saint Germain would be a plus. All the major attractions like Eiffel tower, Musée du Louvre, Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris and Arc de Triomphe can be visited easily from these neighbourhoods.
  3. What should you avoid in Paris?

    You should not try to visit all attractions in Paris. In the process of visiting all the famous destinations, people often tend to miss experiencing the place they are in. Also you should not do your shopping from malls only. You can try local stores too, where you can find similar items at low cost.
  4. Is it worth going up the Eiffel Tower?

    The best part of 2 days in paris itinerary is visiting Eiffel Tower. Every year millions of people visit Paris just to catch a view from this huge Eiffel Tower. You might need to wait for around 2 hours, but once you reach the top and experience the view, the wait becomes totally worth it.
  5. What time does Eiffel Tower sparkle?

    What to do 2 days in paris is often answered by visiting Eiffel Tower. As the sun settles between 6-7PM, the lights of the tower are turned on and the sparkling view of the tower mesmerises the visitors. The Eiffel Tower sparkles till 1:00AM. Not only sparkling, many light shows also take place around the tower.
  6. Which are the best places to visit in Paris?

    1. Eiffel Tower: Synonymous with the city itself, the Eiffel Tower is one of the places that you must visit when you have 2 days in Paris. You can even climb to the top to get a once-in-a-lifetime view of the city. 

    2. The Louvre: Possibly the most famous art gallery and museum in the world is the Louvre. The museum has some of the most precious artefacts from history, including the Mona Lisa by Da Vinci, paintings by Michelangelo, relics from Egyptian pharaohs, artefacts discovered from Greek and Roman empires and other beautiful displays. 

    3. Palace of Versailles: The most elaborate example of French architecture is the Palace of Versailles, where you can see sprawling columns, intricate rooms and the true extent of Parisian luxury and opulence. 

    4. Notre Dame Cathedral: The Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most famous cathedrals in the world, that has existed for several years as a centre for spirituality, learning and culture. You can see the altar, statues, wooden beams on the ceiling, fresco paintings and other fascinating displays, which makes it one of the compulsory places to visit in Paris for 2 days. 

  7. Which are the best places to visit in Paris for couples?

    1. The Eiffel Tower: The best place for couples spending 2 days in Paris is the Eiffel Tower - the multilateral symbol of modern love. The area around the tower is also very romantic, with gardens, rivers, cobblestone streets and French bakeries to elevate the experience.

    2. The Seine: There is nothing more romantic than walking hand in hand along the banks of the Seine River, which is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Paris in 2 days. Late night walks along the boulevard are thought to be extremely romantic, especially considering the incredible view of the Eiffel Tower that you get from here. 

    3. The Louvre: If you want to spend a memorable evening with your partner in Paris, you can visit the Louvre museum - home to some of the most priceless pieces of art ever produced by mankind. You can also take wonderful pictures here and walk through the many halls containing displays. 

    4. Notre Dame Cathedral: Escaping into the peaceful interiors of the Notre Dame Cathedral is another popular activity amongst couples in Paris. You can observe tinted glass windows, go to these structures, carvings, sculptures and other historical relics inside the cathedral. 

  8. What is the best time to visit Paris?

    The best time to visit Paris is during the end of the summer season, which lasts from June to August and then again from late September to late October which is when the fall sets in. Both of these times are very beautiful, with dappled sunlight and nature in full bloom inside the city. The weather is especially perfect during the middle of the year, which is the perfect time to explore the beauty of the city.
  9. How to reach Paris?

    As one of the most visited cities in the world, it is quite easy to travel to Paris. If you are travelling internationally, the most convenient way is by flight. You can catch a flight that takes you directly to the Charles De Gaulle International Airport in Paris which is a busy and active airport. The city is also home to the Gare de Nord which is the busiest railway station in all of Europe with trains coming in from all over the continent.
  10. What is Paris famous for?

    Paris, also known as the city of love, is one of the oldest cities in the world that is famous for its history, culture, buildings, art and food. People visit Paris to see some of the most iconic landmarks in the world such as the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, The Notre Dame Cathedral, the Seine River and much more.

    Paris is also famous for its intricate structures such as the Palace of Versailles, the Pantheon and other palaces. French food and bakery goods are famous the world over and there is no better place to sample fresh parties and subtle French flavours than Paris. 

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