30 Things to Do in Paris 2020 (Starting from ₹591 Only)

There are plenty of jaw-dropping things to do in Paris. The city is often synonymous with being the most romantic of all the escapades, but its endeavors vary from being adventurous to striking. The Seine River undertakes cruises that serve 3-course meals and sparkling champagne, the arrondissements are flanked with shopping boutiques from where you can buy chic haute couture to refurbish your home decor or wardrobe.

A few breaks near the boulangeries, patisseries and fromageries gives you a chance to sample the dishes over here that will truly win your heart.Apart from the aforementioned activities to do in Paris, if you are seeking thrilling ventures to get your adrenaline pumping, then there are sports activities like quad bike treks, skydiving and bubble football that will leave you exhilarated.

You can listen to the ballads at the Operas, watch ballet performances and get special spa and massage treatment at the creme de la creme of lavish interiors. If you want to make the best of your stay at Paris, then here is a detailed guide on what to do and where to go.

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Eiffel Tower Tickets: Skip the Line @ Flat 15% off Best Seller
Eiffel Tower Tickets: Skip the Line @ Flat 15% off

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Home to rich culture, architecture, and fashion, Paris is a dream destination for many tourists. The most beautiful and romantic place on the earth, the city of love is home to many monuments. One of the most iconic places in Paris is the Eiffel Tower. Do not miss visiting this attraction and avail the Eiffel Tower tickets.What to Expect:Learn About Gustave Eiffel’s Iconic Creation:The tower was built by Gustave Eiffel's engineering company, Compagnie des Établissements Eiffel. It was a suitable centerpiece for the 1889 Paris Exposition. But did you know that it was supposed to be dismantled in 1909? But thankfully as it provided a great radio antenna, it stands still.Soar up to the 276 m Summit in A Glass Elevator:Gradually ascend to 276 meters and let the city of Paris reveal its beauty in front of your eyes as you move up. The elevators are made to allow you to view the expanse of the city of light. Fun fact, the elevators of Eiffel Tower travel a distance of about equal to two and a half times circumference of the earth.Gaze the Breathtaking Views of Paris:Standing high above the ground at 276 meters is an enthralling experience when you book Eiffel Tower summit tickets. The view that fades in from here takes your heart away and lets you experience something that you can never imagine. The sites like Louvre, Notre-Dam Paris, the Arc de Triomphe, etc are ready to let your heart skip a beat and relish some amazing moments.Skip the Hassle of Waiting in Lines:The monument is a very famous attraction and welcomes more than 7 million people each year. There are long waiting lines to buy the tickets and reach the heights. Booking the Eiffel Tower tickets is now easy. Get your tickets in advance at best Eiffel Tower tickets price and do not worry about waiting in queues anymore.Know Before You Go:Ticket types:Access to 1st & 2nd floor: 10:45 AM, 12:15 PMAccess to 1st floor, 2nd floor & the summit: 11:15 AM, 12:15 PM, 2:15 PM, 5:15 PMAccess 1st & 2nd floor with Audioguided Tour + River Cruise : 9:15 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:15 AM, 10:45 AM, 11:15 AM, 11:45 AM, 12:15 PM, 12:45 PM, 1:15 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:15 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:15 PM, 3:45 PM, 4:15 PM, 4:45 PM, 5:15 PM, 6:15 PMAccess all 3 Floors with Audioguided Tour + River Cruise: 9:15 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:15 AM, 10:45 AM, 11:15 AM, 11:45 AM, 12:15 PM, 12:45 PM, 1:15 PM, 1:45 PM, 2:15 PM, 2:45 PM, 3:15 PM, 3:45 PM, 4:15 PM, 4:45 PM, 5:15 PM, 6:15 PMTimings:- Mid-Jun to Early SepElevators: 9:00 am - 12:45 am (Last admission: 12:00 am)Stairs: 9:00 am - 12:45 am. Last admission: 12:00 am- Rest of the YearElevators: 9:30 am - 11:45 pm (Last admission: 11:00 pm)Stairs: 9:30 am - 6:30 pm (Last admission: 6:00 pm)Reaching There:There are several ways to reach:- By Metro: There are three options here: Line no.9, Trocadéro station or Line no.6, metro station Bir-Hakeim or Line no.8. Ecole Militaire Metro Station. From there you can take a short walk to Eiffel Tower.- By RER: With Line C: Champs de Mars - Tour Eiffel station- By Bus: Stop for Bus 82: Tour Eiffel or Champ de MarsStop for Bus 42: Tour EiffelStop for Bus 87: Champ de MarsStop for Bus 69: Champ de Mars- Children aged 4-11 years can avail of the child Eiffel Tower ticket.- Infants aged 0 - 3 years can enter for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher for Eiffel Tower summit tickets.- Our sales representative will get in touch with you to confirm your preferred time slots after you make your booking.Insider Tips:- For the tours with the audio guide via mobile app, download the application in the Apple Store or Google Play.- The audio guide via the app is available in 10 languages namely,  English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, and Korean.
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Rodin Museum Ticket Flat 10% off Best Seller
Rodin Museum Ticket Flat 10% off

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Paris

About the Rodin Museum:Rodin Museum boasts to be a monographic museum. Auguste Rodin’s donation of his works and his collections to the French State allowed the museum to open in 1919. The gardens around the museum building allow famous sculptures to be in natural settings.The site is home to 6,600 sculptures, 8,000 drawings, 8,000 old photographs and 7,000 objets d’art. With 7,00,000 annual visitors, it is one of the must-visiting places when in Paris. This place allows you to learn more about t history and culture.About Rodin Museum Ticket:Originally the workshop of famous masters such as Jean Cocteau, Henri Matisse, and Auguste Rodin, the site is now a museum and houses numerous masterpieces. With us, get a chance to explore the massive sculpture garden where most of the work is displayed.Opening Hours:Open daily, except Mondays (10:00 am - 5:45 pm, last admission at 5:15 pm)Museum closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 DecemberThe museum will close on 24 and 31 December at 4:45 pm (last admission at 4:15 pm)How to Reach:Address: Musée Rodin, 77 rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, FranceBy Metro: Varenne (queue 13) or Invalides (queue 13, queue 8)By RER: Invalides (queue C)By Bus: 69, 82, 87, 92Note:Children aged 0-18 years can enter for free and don't need to book their tickets for Rodin Museum.Please redeem your Rodin Museum ticket to physical ticket before visiting.
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La Vallée Village Shopping Tour from Paris Flat 20% off Best Seller
La Vallée Village Shopping Tour from Paris Flat 20% off

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Paris

About La Vallée Village:La Vallée Village is a place of 120 designer fashion brands and located just 30-40 minutes away from Paris and 5 minutes from Disneyland Paris theme park. The place is famous for its national and international luxury fashion and lifestyle boutiques where you can bargain also. About La Vallée Village Shopping Tour:If you are a shopaholic with brand loving nature then this is the best place for you!!Stroll into a shopping tour and get discounts on shoes, jewelry, sportswear, home décor, kitchen appliances, and more things. La Vallée Village is home to the Armani, Baccarat, Givenchy, Jimmy Choo, Lalique, Longchamp, Polo Ralph Lauren, Diane von Furstenberg, Maje, Tommy Hilfiger, Paul Smith, Furla, L.K.Bennett, Valentino, Versace and many other national and international brands. The La Vallée Village Shopping tour from Paris offers lunch at Pret A Manger and a EUR50 Gift Card to use in the boutique. Departure time: 9:30 am or 1:00 pmTicket Types:Shopping tour+Lunch+EUR50 gift cardHalf-Day tour to La Vallée Village ShoppingHow to reach:By Metro- Take line 1 (Palais Royal or Tuileries station); line 7 (Pyramides or Palais Royal station); line 14 (Pyramides station).By Bus- Take line 68 (Pyramides – Saint Honoré stop); line 72 (Pyramides – Tuileries stop). Note:Halfday shopping tour to La Vallée Village does not include lunch and gift vouchers.Children aged 3-11 years can book the child ticket for shopping tour to La Vallée Village.The tour operates daily except on 1 May, 25 Dec and 1 Jan and during special events.
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Paris Hop on Hop off Big Bus Tour | Book @ ₹1699 Only! Best Seller
Paris Hop on Hop off Big Bus Tour | Book @ ₹1699 Only!

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Paris

Paris has been always the first choice of couples & tourists as it is the most desirable and popular travel destinations in the world. Paris is the home of the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Notre Dame, the Moulin Rouge, pastries, and fashion.About Paris hop on hop off big bus tour:Explore Paris, walk through the streets and feel the romance with this Paris hop on hop off tour.You will visit the Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, the Louvre, Notre Dame, Musée d'Orsay, Champs-Élysées, Grand Palai, Pigalle, Sacré-Cœur, Gare du Nord, and Musée Grévin with the 1 day and 2 days sightseeing tour. You will be able to enjoy the tour with audio commentary in 11 languages. You also have an option of night tour (2 hours) including the sites Champs-Elysées, Eiffel Tower, Grand Palais, Moulin Rouge, and Notre Dame. Also, the package has an option of Seine River Cruise. Bus route:Classic Route - Red Route (For 1 day and 2 days tour package)Duration: 140 minutesHighlights: Eiffel Tower, Champ de Mars, the Louvre, Notre Dame, Musée d'Orsay, Champs-Élysées, and Grand PalaisMontmartre Route - Blue Route (For 1 day and 2 days tour package)Duration: 75 minutesHighlights: Pigalle, Sacré-Cœur, Gare du Nord, and Musée GrévinNight Tour: (Only for night tour package)Duration: 2 hoursItinerary: Champs-Elysées, Eiffel Tower, Grand Palais, Moulin Rouge, Notre DameTicket Types:1 Day Classic Tour2 Day Premium Ticket- Inclusive of Red Route & Blue Route bus2 Days Deluxe Ticket & Seine River Cruise- Inclusive of Red Route & Blue Route bus & Seine river cruiseNight tour ticketNote:The voucher is valid within 6 months from the date of purchase and can only be used once.Your Hop on hop off Paris pass is activated upon boarding the bus at any of the bus stops. Once activated, the pass is valid for 1 or 2 days, depending on the package.
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Sainte Chapelle Tickets: Skip the Line | Book @ ₹ 799 Featured
Sainte Chapelle Tickets: Skip the Line | Book @ ₹ 799

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Paris

About Sainte-Chapelle:A Gothic-style architecture, Saine-Chapelle dates back to the 13th century. Taking seven years to build, the Chapelle was built on the order of King Saint-Louis. It intended to house Christ’s Crown of Thorns and is a remarkable work of art.600 square metres of stained glass windows covering the upper Chapelle mesmerizes each and every visitor there. What leaves you awe-struck are fifteen windows and each of them is fifteen meters high. Here, 12 Apostles are represented by 12 medallions.About Sainte-Chapelle Ticket:If you are planning to visit Saine-Chapelle, then you can also plan to skip the line with us. You will find the best Sainte Chapelle Paris ticket price and a hassle-free entrance to the attraction by skipping the lines of people buying the tickets. The visit to the Chapelle is ready to add good memories to your life.The ticket is open dated and can be used within the span of one year from the date of booking. With the Sainte Chapelle Paris tickets, you also get a pamphlet that is available in various languages including English and French. After entering you will not want to escape from there and will not be able to stop yourself adoring its beauty.Opening Timings:1 Apr-30 Sep: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm, daily (last admission: 6:30 pm)1 Oct-31 Mar: 9:00 pm - 5:00 pm, daily (last admission: 4:30 pm)How to Reach:By metro: Take the Line 4 and stop at Cité or take Lines 1/7/11/14 and stop at ChâteletBy rail: Take the RER B/C and stop at Saint-MichelFrom Saint-Michel, cross the bridge and enter the City Island, the Sainte-Chapelle is not far from hereNote:The Sainte-Chapelle tickets can be used within one year from the booking date.Children aged 0-17 can enter free with a valid ID proof.The attraction is closed on 1 Jan.
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Château De Vincennes Ticket: Skip the Line Flat 11% off Featured
Château De Vincennes Ticket: Skip the Line Flat 11% off

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About Château de Vincennes:Only fortified castle near Paris, Château de Vincennes is an iconic 12th-century attraction. From being a hunting lodge and royal residence to a fortress and then eventually a state prison it has been all.Also serving Paris to be attacked from foreign attacks, the attraction mesmerizes the visitors with its all-white classic medieval architecture, ancient halls, and high towers and dungeon. Stained glass rose window and gothic interiors is another site of beauty at Sainte-Chapelle de Vincennes.About Château De Vincennes Ticket:With Thrillophilia, get access to Château de Vincennes and enter the castle with ease. With the voucher you get, you can skip the line of people having no entry pass. The ticket you get is open dated and you can redeem it within one year from the booking date. Discover the royalty of the palace and you will surely thank us later.With the pass, you also get access to Castle Sainte-Chapelle and to the ground floor of the dungeon. This castle carries the beauty of sprawling complex of towers which will help you add value to your trip to Paris. Not to mention, you also receive a pamphlet available in multiple languages including, English and French.Opening Hours:Château de Vincennes21 May-22 Sep: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, daily23 Sep-20 May 2019: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, dailyClosed on the 25 Dec 2019 and 1 Jan 2020Sainte-Chapelle de Vincennes:21 May-22 Sep: 10:30 am - 5:30 pm, daily23 Sep-20 May 2019: 10:30 am - 4:30 pm, dailyClosed between 1:00 pm - 2:00 pmHow to Reach:By car: On the highway, take the Porte de Vincennes exit. Follow the Avenue de Paris until you arrive at the castleBy metro: Take the queue 1 and stop at Château de Vincennes. The station is across the castle entranceBy train: Take the RER A and stop at Vincennes. Follow the Rue de Montreuil for 2 minNote:Children aged 0-18 can enter the castle for free upon showing a valid ID proof and don't need to book a ticket to Château de Vincennes.
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Montmartre Paris Train Tour Flat 12% off Best Seller
Montmartre Paris Train Tour Flat 12% off

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Cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros make Montmartre the most famous Parisian district. It is perched on the top of a small hill in the 18th arrondissement and appealed so much to the artists of the 19th and 20th centuries. Take a look at this site on a train.About the Montmartre Paris Train Tour:Board an adorable mini train and discover the quirky and vibrant streets of Montmartre district. Montmartre is also known as The Mountain of Martyrs and is known for its ivy-clad houses, cobbled lanes, and rich history. It was the centre of the arts community years ago.Pass some of the very famous stops like the Place Blanche, Moulin Rouge, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Amphitheatre, and Arenas on this tour. Saint-Pierre Church offers an insight into the evolution of French architectural styles and view artists covering every square inch of the Place du Tertre. Also, explore the picturesque village of Van Gogh and Picasso. Book now and create ever lasting memories with us.Train Schedule:Apr-Sep-Operating hours: 10:00am-7:00pm, dailyFrequency: every 30 minutesOct-Dec-Operating hours: 10:30am-5:00pm, dailyFrequency: Every hour on Monday-Friday and every 30 minutes on Saturday and SundayHow To Get There:Place Blanche: Take the metro line 2 and stop at BlanchePlace du Tertre: Take the metro line 12 until Abbesses, and take the rue la Vieuville, and climb until you reach Place du Tertre. You can also take the Montmartrobus and stop at Place du Tertre - NorvinsTrain Route for Montmartre Paris Train Tour:The train starts at Place Blanche or Place du Tertre, Place Blanche, Moulin Rouge, Sacré-Coeur Basilica, Amphitheatre, Arenas, Saint-Pierre Church, Place du Tertre, Espace Dalí Museum, Musée Montmartre, Le Lapin Agile, Saint-Vincent Cemetery, Place Constantin Pecqueur, La Halle, Saint-Pierre Market, Anvers, Return to Place Blanche.Note:Infants aged 0-2 can join the Train tour of Montmartre Paris for free.Children aged 3-12 years can book the child ticket for Train tour of Montmartre Paris.
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Orsay Museum Tickets, Buy Now at Flat 17% off Best Seller
Orsay Museum Tickets, Buy Now at Flat 17% off

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About the Orsay Museum:Big clocks and humongous bay windows give the museum a feel of an old Railway Station, which indeed it is. One of the best places to go to admire the works of art, Orsay Museum houses collections of Van Gogh, Cezanne, and Renoir.Every art carries with itself a story that needs to be told, this museum is the ideal place to hear them all. Not just this, after exploring you can visit the restaurant on the top floor where you can relish delicious meals. The restaurant also allows amazing views of Paris and the Seine river below.About the Orsay Museum Tickets:If you wish to taste the essence of Impressions and post-Impressions art of the world, the Orsay Museum is the place to go. Paintings from Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir or Cézanne represent Impressionism and painting from Seurat, Gauguin or Van Gogh represents post-Impressionism.One of the most amazing things that leave the viewers awestruck is their glass and iron roof. Visit the place to unwind the stories behind the artwork and create memories that will last forever. Visiting this museum makes the visit to Paris complete and allows to come back with a lot of knowledge.How to reach:From redemption point, Orsay Museum is 10-12 min away if you go on foot.Time:Opening Hours: 9:30 am -  6:00 pm (Tuesdays to Sundays) (Closes till 9:45 pm on Thursdays)Last Entry: 5:15 pm (9:15 pm on Thursdays)Note:The museum is closed every Monday.Children aged 0-17 can enter for free.
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Palais De La Découverte Tickets @ Flat 12% off Best Seller
Palais De La Découverte Tickets @ Flat 12% off

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Paris

About Palais de la Découverte:House to exhibitions portraying astronomy, mathematics, physics, astrophysics, the life sciences, geology and chemistry, Palais de la Découverte is a place that awaits you with a lot of amusement in store. Let all your curiosities get settle with a visit to this site.The attraction is full of interactive experiences that will awake the kid in your heart. A very new and unique place to visit, it has experiments that will allow you to feel like a scientist for a day. Purchase tickets from Thrillophilia and feel the convenience at your footsteps.About Palais de la Découverte tickets:Palais de la Découverte can be translated to Palace of Discovery in English and it is a perfect name for all it allows you to experience. It is a place which attracts some permanent exhibitions and some temporary ones. The permanent exhibitions include the presentation of Physics, Earth Sciences, Astronomy, Mathematics, Life Sciences, Chemistry and Computing and Digital Technology. Computing and Digital Technology is a new one and is a place yo unravel machines coding and data and Information technology's four cornerstones.Apart from all these exhibitions, there are a lot of other activities to do. You can visit the planetarium where you can learn about the observable astrological phenomenon and gain clarity about The Sun, The Moon, Planets and Stars. Not to mention there are other interesting things like views a real piece of rock from the Moon, various experiments related to electromagnetism and many more to crave for. With the ticket, you can access both the permanent and temporary exhibitions.Opening Hours:Tue-Sat: 9:30 am - 6:00 pmSun and public holidays: 10:00am-7:00pmHow to Reach:Either you can a Metro Line 9 and stop at Franklin-Roosevelt Station or Metro Line 13/1 and stop at Champs-Elysées-Clémenceau Station after which the destination is at a walking distance.Note:You can enter Palais de la Découverte once till 31st Aug 2020 with the Palais de la Découverte ticket.The museum is closed on 1st Jan, 1 May, 25 Dec and all Mondays.
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Opera Garnier Guided Tour @ Flat 12% off Best Seller
Opera Garnier Guided Tour @ Flat 12% off

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Paris

About Opera Garnier:One of Paris’ most celebrated monuments, Opera Garnier was designed by the architect François Debret. It is an enchanting inspiration for many and is one of the most distinguished and grand opera houses in the world.Home to the Paris ballet, the site helps you adore the perfect embellishment of sculpture, painting and architecture. Balconies in onyx, golden statues of Apollo, smooth marble pillars, its delicate frescoes and rich gilding makes this place one of the must-visit places.About Opera Garnier Guided Tour:With the tour, get an 80-minute expert guided tour of the public areas of Opera Garnier or Palais Garnier. A walk through the Member’s Rotunda and adoring the statue of Prophetess Pythia by the Grand Escalier makes it a perfect tour. known for the greatest theatrical and operatic performances in the world, the site cannot be missed visiting.The expert guide allows you to take the tour in English and learn about the inside out of the place. The activity helps you dig deep into the history and culture of the place and will leave you with a lot of stories that will excite you. Book the package and make your trip to Paris a memorable one.Time:Day Tour:Jan-Feb 2020: 11:00 am and 2:30 pm, dailyMar-Aug 2020: 11:00 am, 1:30 pm, and 2:30 pm, dailySept-Dec 2020: 11:00 am and 2:30 pm, dailyHow To Get There:By Metro: Take line 3, 7, or 8 to Opéra station, take line 7 or 9 to Chaussée d’Antin station, take line 3 or 9 to Havre-Caumartin station, take RER A to Auber stationBy Bus: Lines 20, 21, 22, 27, 29, 42, 52, 53, 66, 68, 81 or 95 to Opéra stationBy Car: Parking is at Place VendomeNote:The Opera Garnier Guided tour is not available to children 0-3 years old.Children aged 5-10 years can avail of child tickets for the guided tour to Opera Garnier.
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Paris Museum Pass: Entry to over 50 Museums Best Seller
Paris Museum Pass: Entry to over 50 Museums

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Paris

About Paris Museum Pass:Get access to more than 50 museums with Paris Museums Pass!!Not only as of the most romantic city in the world Paris is also known for its magnificent museums and beautiful galleries. The most famous museums are the Louvre, Musée d'Orsay, Rodin, Musée de l'Orangerie museum and many more. Grab a chance to know about the culture of Paris with this exclusive package. Enter the museum without the headache of long lines and paying for tickets at each location. Get a chance to Paris Museums Pass and the surrounding region monuments. The package includes the pass of more than 50 museums and monuments. Get to know about the culture and history of Paris. Walkthrough the Louvre museum which was built in the 12th century and Musée d'Orsay museum famous for architectural and artistic beauty. Explore the 2,300 paintings covering the Gallic period until the 16th century at the Musée de Cluny. Ticket Types:2 Days Pass3 Days Pass6 Days PassRedemption:You need to redeem the Paris Museum Pass voucher at-Address: Big Bus Information Centre - 11 Avenue de l'Opéra, 75001 ParisOpening hours: 9:30 am-7:00 pm, dailyHow to reach:By Metro- Take the lines 7 or 14 and alight at Pyramides station then take exit 2 - Rue de l'Échelle and walk for 1 minuteBy Bus- Take the lines 21, 27, 68 or 95 and alight at Pyramides station then walk for 1 to 3 minutesNote:Due to the limited capacity of the museum, you need to select a specific visit date/entry time to visit the Louvre Museum.The Paris museum pass ticket is valid for 48 hours, 96 hours or 144 hours from the moment of redemption(depending on the package). 
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Tuileries Garden Walking Tour with Guide Flat 15% off Best Seller
Tuileries Garden Walking Tour with Guide Flat 15% off

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Paris

Tuileries Gardens, the Eiffel Tower, the Alexander III Bridge, and the Invalides are the best sights to visit in Paris. See the whole new side of Paris with this 3- hours walking tour. Not only as of the most romantic city but Paris is also famous for its history and iconic buildings. About Tuileries Garden Walking Tour:Explore the new side of Paris with a guide and visit Tuileries Gardens, the Eiffel Tower, the Alexander III Bridge, and the Invalides. Explore all the must-visit sights of Paris and get to know about the monuments and attractions of Paris. Walking is the way to explore any place and this tour gives you access to visit all the iconic monuments of Paris. The guide will tell you about the history and culture of the monuments. Our guide can speak English and friendly & knowledgeable. Stroll through the streets and learn about Tsar Alexander III, who concluded the Franco-Russian Alliance in 1892. Visit one of the world's most respected cultural institutions, Louvre Museum and see the iconic Eiffel Tower. Starting time: 10.00 am and 03.00 pmHow to reach:The tour will start from the outside of the Hotel Tourisme Avenue and you can reach here by taking the metro lines 6, 8 or 10 and stop at La Motte-Picquet Grenelle Station. Exit the metro station and take a 1-minute walk.Note:Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour departure point.This Tuileries Garden walking tour voucher is valid only on the date specified.Infants aged 0-3 can join the walking tour of Tuileries Garden for free.
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Père Lachaise Cemetery Walking Tour, Paris Flat 36% off Featured
Père Lachaise Cemetery Walking Tour, Paris Flat 36% off

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Paris

About Père Lachaise Cemetery Walking Tour: Père Lachaise Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Paris and takes its name from King Louis XIV's confessor, Father François d'Aix de La Chaise. The cemetery contains 70,000 burial plots and great architecture. Learn about the Père Lachaise cemetery's fascinating history with a friendly and knowledgeable English speaking guide.Explore the tombs of Edith Piaf, Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde, and more with this walking tour. The tour starts with a guide from the main gate of Père Lachaise Cemetery. Admire the architecture of the largest cemetery of Paris. Walk along the beautiful tree-lined cobblestone streets of the cemetery. Visit the tombs of 70,000 dead, including famous artists, musicians, and writers the world has ever known. The guide will tell you the stories, history, and facts of the cemetery. Marvel at the different forms of architecture and sculptures at Pére Lachaise cemetery. Starting time: 02:45 pmHow to reach:Take the metro line 2 and stop at Philippe Auguste. Walk for 2 minutes on the boulevard.Note:A guide will be wearing a Fat Tire Tours shirt and holding a sign.Infants aged 0-3 can join the Père Lachaise Cemetery tour for free but you need to book the tour for them. Children aged above 3 years will have to book an adult ticket for Père Lachaise Cemetery walking tour.
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Latin Quarter Food Walking Tour, Paris Flat 11% off Featured
Latin Quarter Food Walking Tour, Paris Flat 11% off

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Paris

Explore the food of the Latin Quarter in Paris. The place is a perfect destination for foodies and a walking tour will be the best thing you will do at this place. Relish your taste buds with French food and wine this time. About Latin Quarter Food Walking Tour:Discover traditional French food on this Latin Quarter walking tour. Begin your tour with a guide by tasting French espresso and learn about the classic French bread and baguette. After that eat cured meat and Fromage (cheese) & also learn how they cook and serve the dishes. The guide will tell you about the secrets and recipes of the dishes. Satisfy yourself with homemade macarons and French pastry and wine. The guide will tell you the secrets of dishes and drinks. The guide will also tell you how to serve the dishes. Let the guide take you to some of the best shops in the market, and taste the tasty creations like French croissants. End your tour with a secret dish and learning about the dish. Starting time: 11:00 amHow to reach: The tour will start from outside Metro station called Luxembourg on RER B. You can easily reach here by taking RER B and get off at Luxembourg StationNote:Children aged 0 to 12 years can book the child ticket.The Latin Quarter food walking tour guide will be carrying an orange umbrella.Please arrive at the location at least 10 minutes before the activity starts. The voucher for Latin Quarter food tour is valid only on the date and time specified. 
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Picasso National Museum Tickets: Skip the Line Flat 15% off Featured
Picasso National Museum Tickets: Skip the Line Flat 15% off

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About Picasso National Museum Tickets:Explore the Musée National Picasso museum with Thrillophilia. Pablo Picasso was a great painter. Pablo Picasso has pained thousands of paintings, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright.Don't waste your time waiting in long lines to visit the Musée National Picasso museum. Skip the lines with and explore the paintings & work of Pablo Picasso. See the huge collection of paintings and drawings of Picasso. See the famous painting of Picasso like the Weeping women, Le Reve, The Old Guitarist and many more. Take a walk and travel through the late 19th and early 20th centuries with the paintings, sculptures, engravings, and drawings. This Musée National Picasso pass gives you access to explore 5,000 works of Picasso. The museum is all yours to explore and you have all-time to explore the paintings. Visit the refined atmosphere of the 2nd-floor cafe and refill your stomach while relaxing there. Opening Hours:Tuesday-Friday: 10:30 am-6:00 pmSaturday, Sundays and French school holidays: 9:30 am-6:00 pmClosed on Mondays, 25 Dec, 1 Jan, and 1 MayLast admission is at 5:15 pm. Rooms are cleared 20 minutes before the museum's closing timeHow to reach:By Metro: Take Line 1 Saint-Paul and Line 8, Saint-Sébastien-Froissart or Chemin Vert. Note:This Picasso National Museum ticket voucher is valid for 5 months after purchase.Children aged 0-17 years can get free admission.
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Conciergerie Paris Tickets: Skip the Line Flat 12% off New
Conciergerie Paris Tickets: Skip the Line Flat 12% off

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About the Conciergerie:With lower level turned into a prison in the 15th century, The Conciergerie is an important site in Paris. The remnant of the palace of the Capetians, the attraction visit the dungeons, as well as the Chapel. The Chapel, where prisoned Marie Antoinette during the French Revolution, is now dedicated to her.The Palace was considered as one of the finest and was chosen by Phillippe le Bel to reflect his wealth and stature. The site began its journey as a Royal Palace and it gets the name from the person it was left to care with, Concierge.About the Conciergerie Paris tickets:Relishing the views of the prison cell of Marie-Antoinette right before your eyes will truly make your trip to Paris a memorable one. When in Paris, you cannot miss visiting the grand Conciergerie. With this ticket, you can skip the line and enjoy the hassle-free entry to the attraction.The information pamphlet you get, allows you to gain more knowledge about the site and is available in various languages including English and French. The tickets are open dated and are valid for one year from the date of booking. Do not forget visiting this place full of stories that will help you create worth-sharing memories.Opening Hours: 9:30 am - 6:00 pm, daily (last admission: 5:30 pm)The Conciergerie will be closed on 25 Dec and 1 JanHow to reach:Address: 2 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 ParisBy metro: Take Line 4 and stop at Cité or take Lines 1/7/11/14 and stop at ChâteletBy rail: Take the RER B/C and stop at Saint-MichelFrom Saint-Michel, cross the bridge and enter the City Island, the Conciergerie is located just a bit further,Note:Children aged 0-17 can enter for free with age proof and don't need a make a booking for Conciergerie Paris tickets.This Conciergerie ticket is valid for 1 year from the date of booking.
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Panthéon Paris Tickets: Skip the Line @ Flat 11% off Featured
Panthéon Paris Tickets: Skip the Line @ Flat 11% off

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About Panthéon:Begun in about 1757 by the architect Jacques-Germain Soufflot, the Panthéon was built as the Church of Sainte-Geneviève to replace a much older church of that name on the same site. The facade is formed by a porch of Corinthian columns and a triangular pediment attached to the ends of the eastern arm.The Panthéon is a cruciform building with lower saucer-shaped domes over the four arms and a high dome over the crossing. Decorated with mosaics and paintings of scenes from French history, the site was reconsecrated and re-secularized several times during the 19th century.About Panthéon Ticket:Panthéon is one of the places to visit and learn about history, culture, and art in Paris.  Located in the Latin Quarter of Paris, the architectural design is the true treat to the eyes. The attraction also doubles as the burial site of the country’s globally renowned citizens.The attraction is also a place to look for Foucault’s pendulum, a device that demonstrates the Earth’s rotation. With us, get the Skip-the-Line Ticket to this place and get away from the hassle of standing in lines to buy the ticket. On booking this package, you also get an information pamphlet that is available in many languages including English and French.Opening Hours:1 Apr-30 Sep: 10:00 am - 6:30 pm, daily (last entry: 5:45 pm)1 Oct-31 Mar: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, daily (last entry: 5:15 pm)How to Reach:By train: Take the RER B and stop at Luxembourg, walk for 2 min from the station. Take the Boulevard Saint Michel until the place, Edmond Rostand. You will then see the Panthéon on your rightBy metro: Take the queue 10 and stop at Cardinal Lemoine or take the queue 7 and stop at place Monge, walk for 3 min from the stations. From the Place Monge, take the street Lacépède on the left and walk until the Panthéon. From Cardinal-Lemoine, take the street Clovis and stop at the PanthéonNote:Children aged 0-18 can enter for free on presenting a valid ID Proof for Pantheon Paris ticket.The Panthéon ticket is valid for 1 year from the date of booking.
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Seine River Cruise Paris | Book Now @ ₹ 999 Only Best Seller
Seine River Cruise Paris | Book Now @ ₹ 999 Only

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About Seine River Cruise :Get a cruise experience at the Seine River and engage in the sights of Paris. This cruise allows you to get the mesmerizing views of the city and pass by some of the very famous landmarks. Nicknamed as Paris' most beautiful avenue, the flow of the river is right through the heart of the city.With Thrillophilia, get a chance to be a part of this cruise which starts from the foot of the Eiffel Tower and passes some of the major attractions in the city. The attractions include, Assemblée Nationale, Invalides, Musée d'Orsay, Institut de France, Notre Dame de Paris, Cité de la Mode, Hotêl de Ville, Conciergerie, Louvre Museum, Place de la Concorde, Grand Palais, Palais de Chaillot, and Statue of the Liberty. Do not think much, this tour is ready to help you create picture-perfect memories of your trip to Paris.Seine River Cruise Schedule:Apr-SepChoose any departure time from 10:00am-10:30pm, except 1:00pm and 7:30pmFrequency: Approx. every 30 minutesCruise operating hours on Jun, Jul, and Aug: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm, dailyLast departure time on 14 Jul (French National Day): 2:00 pmOct-MarChoose any departure time from 10:30am-10:00pm, except 1:00pm and 7:30pmFrequency: Approx. every hourCruise operating hours on 21 Apr-5 May 2019; 8-9 Jun 2019; 6 Jul-1 Sep 2019; 19 Oct-3 Nov 2019; 21 Dec 2019-5 Jan 2020; 8-23 Feb; 4-19 Apr; 21-24 May 2020 (French ‘Zone C’ school holidays): 10:00am-10:30pm, dailyLast departure time on 24 Dec: 5:00 pmLast departure time on 31 Dec: 9:30 pmHow to Reach:By metro: Take metro line 6 and get off at Bir-Hakeim Station and then walk for 10 minutes or take metro line 9 and get off at Trocadéro Station and then walk for 13 minutesBy RER: Take RER line C and get off at Champs de Mars - Tour Eiffel and then walk for 9 minutesNote:Children aged 4-11 years can avail of child tickets for cruise in Seine river.Children aged 0-3 years can join the Seine river sightseeing cruise for free.
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Le Marais Paris Guided Walking Tour Flat 20% off Best Seller
Le Marais Paris Guided Walking Tour Flat 20% off

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About Le Marais:Le Marais boasts to have an array of museums, including the Musée Carnavalet, the Maison de Victor Hugo, the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature and the Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme. Not just this, the Musée National Picasso-Paris and the Maison Européene de la Photographie are also here.Helping you to have the best shopping experience, the stores here are known to have innovative concepts. It is also home to some of the very beautiful houses and buildings. When in Paris, you cannot skip visiting the place.About Le Marais Paris Guided Walking Tour:With the Le Marais Paris walking tour, dig deep inside the cultural history behind contemporary Marais, one of the French capital's oldest and most visually stunning quarters. The site is known for the finest architecture and is a must-visit.With this walking tour to Le Marais Paris, you get to see some of the amazing attractions like Shoah Memorial, Place des Vosges, and Rue des Rosiers. Get along the guide and get ready for the quest where you create memories that are worth sharing with your friends and family members.Tour Schedule:Apr-May & Aug-Oct: Sunday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pmJun-Jul: Thursday and Sunday, 10:00 am - 12:00 pmTime: 9:45 amLocation: Outside the Pont MarieHow to Reach:Take the metro queue 7 and stop at Pont Marie. Exit at ''Sortie 1''Note:Infants aged 0-3 can join the Le Marais Paris guided tour for free but need to make a booking to get the voucher.Participants above 3 years have to book an adult ticket.Please arrive 15 minutes prior to tour departure. Late arrivals are considered no show and will not be refunded or rescheduled.
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Les Invalides Army Museum Paris Tickets Flat 9% off Best Seller
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About Les Invalides:Situated on the Left Bank of the Seine, the attraction was designed for the care and housing of disabled veterans and as a place of worship. Parts of the site converting into museums and tombs for Neoplean I, Les Invalides was made in order of King Louis XIV.Built the recognition of the sacrifices made by the soldiers who fought in King's wars, the attraction adds value to your visit to Paris.  A military hospital still operates at Les Invalides. With this package, get a chance to discover this beautiful site.About Les Invalides Army Museum Paris ticket:With us, you get an open-dated ticket, having a validity, to the site. You can discover the Musée de l'Armée, the Musée de l'Ordre de la Libération and the Musée Plans-Reliefs when here. Not to mention, permanent collections of the Army Museum, including artifacts from the wars and military history of France, can also be adored at this site.This place has a lot in store for you and you cannot miss visiting this site when here. Especially, Military and history buffs will fall in love with this place. Do not miss this journey of excitement when here.Opening Hours:1 Apr-31 Oct: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, daily1 Nov-31 Mar: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, dailyHow To Reach:By Metro-Invalides station, queue 8 Balard - Créteil, rue de l'UniversitéVarennes station, queue 13, Saint-Denis Université/Annières Gennevilliers - Chatillon Montrouge, boulevard des InvalidesInvalides station, RER C, rue de l'UniversitéBy Bus-Line 28, Gare Saint-Lazare-Porte d'Orléans, Invalides-La Tour Maubourg stopLine 69, Champ de Mars-Gambetta, Esplanade des Invalides stopLine 82, Neuilly Hôpital américain - Luxembourg, Vauban Hôtel des Invalides stopNote:The Army museum Paris is closed on 1 Jan, 26-27 Apr, 1 May, and 25 DecDuring the Christmas holidays and the winter holidays, the Army museum is open until 5:30 pmChildren aged 0-17 years can avail of the Army Museum Paris ticket for free.Persons with disabilities, along with an accompanying person can enter for free.
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People Also Ask About Paris Things To Do

  1. What are the best things to do in Paris?

    1. Visit Eiffel Tower at Night

    The Eiffel Tower is located on the banks of the Seine River and is decorated with 336 spotlights. It was named after its designer and engineer Gustave Eiffel and stood as an epitome of romanticism due to its aesthetic appeal. There are restaurants, cafes, and lifts built within the latticed framework of the tower.

    Location:5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

    Entry Fee:Children (4 – 11 years) – 2.5 Euros, Adults (12 – 24 years) – 5.10 Euros and Visitors over 25. years – 10.20 Euros (All these prices are for entry till second floor)

    Timings:9:00 AM – 12:00 AM

    2. Enjoy Relaxing Boat Ride at Bateaux Mouche

    The boat ride at Bateaux Mouche begins at Seine River up to Notre Dame de Paris, covering on its way an elegant view of the Eiffel Tower and an eloquent façade of the Louvre. Some cruises also serve optional champagne during the ride.

    Location: Pont de l’Alma 1 Port de la Conference, 75008 Paris, France

    Entry Fee:Children (4 – 12 years) – 6 Euros, Adults (Over 12 years) – 14 Euros. The entry is free for children under four years.

    Timings:Every 30 minutes between 10:00 AM and 10:30 PM

    3. Luxembourg Gardens

    Luxembourg Gardens is one of the must things to do in Paris. The 62-acre land is covered with lush green English-style parks interspersed with statues, including a miniature replica of the Statue of Liberty. There is a children’s area with pony rides, puppet theatres, and swings which has an entry fee.

    Location:Rue de Medicis, Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris, France

    Entry Fee:There is no entry fee for the gardens, but there is an entry fee attached to the Children’s area. Adults – 1.50 Euros and Children – 2.50 Euros

    Timings:8:00 AM – 9:00 PM

    4. Explore the city on Velib

    Velib is a popular bicycle-sharing system and the most frequently opted activities in Paris for a tour of this city. You can pay upfront using the attached credit card machine and explore Paris. Once you reach your destination, you can drop the Velib off at any nearby parking space or keep it at the Velib stand.

    They have been constructed all across the city, a few kilometers apart to make travel easier. However, you may have to deposit an amount of 600 Euros before you start your venture.

    Location:There are several Velib stands throughout Paris

    5. Explore the Louvre Palace

    The Louvre, Louvre Museum, or Musee du Louvre French Museum is a museum with over 35,000 items from ancient times to as recent as the 21st century. One of the key attractions is the spectacular Louvre Pyramid built at the entrance. Then, the pathway leads to marvelous artifacts, and two key attraction courtyards – the Cour Carree or the Square Courtyard and the Cour Napoleon or the Napoleon Courtyard.

    Location:Rue de Medicis, Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris, France

    Entry Fee:Exhibition: 13 Euros, Combined Ticket (Permanent Collection + Birth of Museum): 16 Euros. Admission for visitors under 18 years of age is free.

    Timings:9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

    6. Marvel at a Classical Ballet at the Palais Garnier

    Visiting the Palais Garnier is one of the culturally enriched activities in Paris. It is an opera museum that organizes classical ballet performances, encompassing the elegance and eloquence. Before the ballet, you can take a guided tour of the Palais Garnier with its intricate architecture.

    The Foyer and Library Museum expresses a sense of the grandeur of the columns, ceilings, and paintings that look almost lifelike.

    Location:1, place de l'Opera, 9th Arrondissement, Paris, France

    Entry Fee:20 Euros

    Timings:10:00 AM – 5:30 PM

    7. Shop at Le Passages Couverts de Paris

    Le Passages Couverts de Paris is where the traditional shopping arcades flaunt their chic designs. Apart from snazzy Louboutins, there are stamp collection shops and second-hand book stores that add on to the café culture of Paris.

    The six passages laid across 9th, 2nd, and 1st arrondissements are rich not only in the collections of clothes but collectibles, trinkets, and jewelry. Some of the common characteristics of these flaunting buildings include highly ornamented, glass-ceilings, artificially illuminated (using glass lamps), pedestrianized, and lined with quaint shops connecting streets.

    Location:5 Rue de la Banque, 75002 Paris, France

    8. Enjoy a movie at Le Palace

    Watching a movie at Le Palace should be one of the best activities to do in Paris. The most attractive feature of the theatre is its architecture. It was built in the 17th century and was popular as a dance hall more than a theatre.

    Now, apart from being a theatre, Le Palace has turned into a nightclub with space for concerts and a discotheque. Many popular comedies, television broadcasts, and one-person shows are frequently visited by locals and tourists alike.

    Location: 8 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris, Franc

    Entry Fees: 25 Euros - 40 Euros

    Timings: Tuesday - Sunday: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

    9. Visit Musee national Gustave Moreau

    If you are an art fanatic, then visiting the Gustave Moreau Museum should be one of the most exhilarating activities to do in Paris for you. The flamboyantly structured museum inhabits about 13,000 paintings - both sketches and watercolor - of the famous French painter Gustave Moreau. There are also historical artifacts and furniture from Louis XVI ancestral heritage that can be admired.

    Location:14 Rue de la Rochefoucauld - 75009 Paris, France

    Entry Fees:5 Euros. The guided tour costs an extra 6 Euros.

    Timings:Wednesday - Monday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM

    10. Take a break at Spa My Blend by Clarins

    Get Wasatu Massages, Art du Toucher couple’s massage, and have Pierre Hermes macarons at the globally recognized Spa My Blend by Clarins in Paris. They also have a hammam, laconium room, and a sauna to add on to your soothing sojourn. 

    Location:37 Avenue Hoche, 75008 Paris, France

    Timings:6:30 AM - 10:00 PM

  2. Which are the best tourist places to visit in Paris?

    1. Eiffel Tower

    Visiting the Eiffel Tower is one of the must-do activities in Paris due to its latticed structure and a height of 324 meters. The tower has an in-built cafe and a restaurant that serves scrumptious French pastries and croissants along with platters. 

    Location: 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

    Entry Fee: Children (4 – 11 years) – 2.5 Euros, Adults (12 – 24 years) – 5 Euros and Visitors over 25 years – 10 Euros

    Timings: 9:00 AM – 12:00 AM

    2. Arc de Triomphe

    Arc de Triomphe is a massive arch displayed at the prime center of Paris. Its construction began in 1806 on Napoleon's birthday. It borrows elements from the Roman Arch of Titus with intricately carved sculptures celebrating the victories of Revolution.

    Location: Place Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France

    Timings: Monday - Saturday: 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

    3. Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

    One of the finest specimens of the French Gothic architecture, the Notre-Dame, is a Catholic Church consecrated to the Virgin Mary.

    Location: 6, Parvis Notre-Dame - Pl. Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris, France

    Entrance Fee: Admission to the cathedral is free, but entry to the tower and the crypt costs 8.50 Euros and 6 Euros, respectively. 

    Timings: 8:00 AM - 7:45 PM

    4. Sacre Coeur Church

    A visit to the Sacre Coeur Church is another popular thing to do in Paris. Parisians often refer to this grand architectural monument as ‘the big meringue.’ The entrance to this Church constitutes of over 300 steps with no lift.

    Location: Parvis de la Basilique, Paris, France

    Timings: 6:00 AM - 10:30 PM

    5. Louvre Museum

    The paintings, artifacts, cultures, and monuments in the Louvre Museum are worth a visit and is one of the often explored activities in Paris.

    Location: Rue de Medicis, Rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris, France

    Entry Fee: Exhibition: 13 Euros, Combined Ticket (Permanent Collection + Birth of Museum): 16 Euros. Admission for visitors under 18 years of age is free.

    Timings: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

    6. Musee d’Orsay

    Another fore withstanding monument dedicated to art, the Musee d’Orsay has collectibles – paintings and sculptures – from the pre-Impressionist and Impressionist eras. The exhibits and art galleries are flanked on a four-story building, with an in-built café and restaurant. The overview of the Seine River makes its location all the more relinquishing.

    Location: Rue De La Légion d'Honneur, 75007 Paris, France

    Entry fee: The entry for visitors under 18 years of age is free. Over 18 years: 11 Euros

    Timings: Tuesdays – Sundays: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

    7. Palace of Versailles

    The Palace of Versailles has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, and exploring its heritage is a must thing to do in Paris. It is divided into four sections – The Park, Château de Versailles, Gardens of Versailles and Marie Antoinette Estate and Palace of Trianon.

    Location: Place d’Armes, Versailles, Paris, France

    Entry Fee: The entry to those under 18 years of age is free. Over 18 years: 20 – 30 Euros

    Timings: 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

    8. Pont Alexandre III Bridge

    In a city with 371 bridges, Pont Alexandre III displays a massive expanse of beauty, flanked with dainty cafes, thus making visits there one of the most exuberant activities in Paris. The 500 feet long and 30 feet wide bridge is composed of a metallic structure with tourists and locals enjoying long romantic walks across the river.

    Location: 4 Port des Invalides, 75007 Paris, France

    Timings: 12:00 PM – 2:00 AM

    9. Tuileries Garden

    Jardin des Tuileries is an intricate Parisian style garden laid across a land of 28 hectares. The banks of the Seine River provide an eloquent view of sunsets and sunrises, making exploring the gardens one of the most popular activities in Paris. The park is interspersed with 18 bronze statues construed by the famous sculptor Maillol. Another popular attraction of the place is the Ferris Wheel Ride which is open from July to August.

    Location: Jardin des Tuileries, Pl. de la Concorde, Rue de Rivoli, 75058 Paris, France

    Timings: 7:00 AM – 9:30 PM

    10. Musee Rodin

    Paris is the destination of historic sculptors and magnificent artworks, and Musee Rodin is a perpetrator of the same. The museum inhabits paintings and various other works by Camille Claudel. Reconnoitering the nooks and corners of this museum is one of the must things to do in Paris. What attracts art fanatics here is the techniques Claudel comprised in his paintings – a smooth presentation of a rough spur of the moment instances.

    Location: 79 rue de Varenne | close to Bois de Boulogne, 75007 Paris, France

    Timings: 10:0 AM – 6:30 PM

    Entry Fee: The entry is free for visitors under 18 years of age. Over 18 years: 6 – 10 Euros

  3. How can I reach Paris?

    Being a first-world country, Paris is an interconnection of well-laid roads and travel services. Several routes lead to Paris.

    By Air: Paris has three international airports, namely Orly International Airport, Charles de Gaulle International Airport, and Beauvais. There are cars, buses, and metros available from here to the center of the city.

    By Train: Paris has trains from/to European countries of Belgium, Netherlands, UK, Germany, and Cologne.

    By Bus: Several operators havebuses from Amsterdam, Germany, London, and Brussels commute to Paris.

  4. What are the most romantic things that can be done in Paris?

    1. Visit Love Lock Bridge

    Lock your love at the Love Lock Bridge! It is one of the most romantic activities in Paris. Sweethearts come at this bridge with a padlock and lock it across the fencing, bridge, or the gate here. The key is thrown away into the river to symbolize eternal and unbreakable love. What attaches elegance to this pathway is that it has withstood the test of time after completion of its construction in the year 1828.

    Location: Pont de l'Archeveche, Paris, France

    2. A romantic walk through Pont Neuf

    Pont Neuf is one of the oldest bridges depicted in the famous paintings by Renoir. In the city of love, you can walk along the bridge overlooking the Seine and capture eloquent shots of the aesthetic grandeur of the place. There are nearby cafes and restaurants to share a bite with your sweetheart after the romantic walk!

    Location: Ile de la Cite, 75001 Paris, France

    3. A thrilling balloon ride in Parc Andre-Citroen

    Enjoy a romantic hot air balloon ride that offers an unparalleled view of the city with your sweetheart. Parc Andre-Citroen is the largest Park in Paris, and the rides with your lover here can be one of the most romantic activities in Paris. From up, you can see the top of the Eiffel Tower and a breath-taking glimpse into Paris.

    Location: Rue Balard and rue Saint-Charles, 75015 Paris, France

    Timings: 9:00 AM – 8:30 PM

    Price: 10 Euros per person

    3. Romantic Dine at Le Coupe Chou

    Paris has an outlandish repertoire of the restaurant, Le Coupe Chou being one of them. Have the French and European delicacies with your sweetheart at a candlelit table and sip on the finest of wines that Paris has to offer.

    Location: 11 rue de Lanneau, 75005 Paris, France

    Timings: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM – 10:5 PM

    Price: 13 Euros – 114 Euros for two

    4. Get a couple massage at O’Kari

    Getting a couple’s massage is one of the most romantic things to do in Paris. Visit O’Kari to experience the most soothing massages by professional masseuse with your sweetheart! The romantic aura with candle lights, an aroma of bliss, and soft music playing in the background is bound to soothe your senses.

    Location: 22 rue Dussoubs, 75002 Paris, France

    Timings: Monday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM

    5. Day trip to Versailles

    Retreat into the olden Parisian times by engaging in art and architecture at the Palace of Versailles. Visiting Versailles is one of the pioneering things to do in Paris for art fanatics. And if you and your sweetheart want to escape into gardens, chateaus, and culture of Paris, then this is the place for you. 

    Location: Place d’Armes, Versailles, Paris, France

    Entry Fee: The entry to those under 18 years of age is free. Over 18 years: 20 – 30 Euros

    Timings: 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM

    6. Sunset Cruise at River Seine

    Enjoy overlooking the monumental grandeur of France from a cruise at River Seine. Some cruises have optional champagne to make your sojourn with your sweetheart all the more delightful.

    Location: Pont de l’Alma 1 Port de la Conference, 75008 Paris, France

    Entry Fee: Children (4 – 12 years) – 6 Euros, Adults (Over 12 years) – 14 Euros. The entry is free for children under four years.

    Timings: Every 30 minutes between 10:00 AM and 10:30 PM

  5. What are the best adventure activities to do in Paris?

    1. Quad Bike Trek

    Quad biking is one of the most adventurous activities to do in Paris. The rocky terrains make for an exhilarating journey. The operators prioritize safety over adventure, thus making it all the more secure.

    2. Bubble Football

    During Bubble Football, you are fit inside a human-sized cellophane ball, and you have to spin and bounce your way across the field into the competitor’s territory. This makes for a fun game with hearty laughs and bumpy rides.

    3. Skydiving

    Skydiving is one of the most adventurous activities to do in Paris. Imagine parachuting down a plane from hundreds of meters above the ground! Yes, get ready to fly like a free bird while skydiving in Paris!

    4. Indoor free-fall simulator

    Ever wondered what it would be like to jump on the moon? Well, with an indoor free-fall simulator, it has become all the more easy to experience the lack of gravitational force. You are put inside an air-tight cubicle and made to float in thin air with nothing holding on to you.

    5. Bootcamp Training

    Bootcamp training is inspired by the American Military-style training and is not a game for the weak-hearted. It involves pushing the limits of your capacity and gaining paramount strength in any activity. It is mostly restricted to gyms.

    6. Water Skiing

    In the city of love also reside adventurous activities including water skiing. And don’t think you need beaches to paddle up. Most of the water skiing activities take place in Seine River, and the operators provide you with the necessary equipment for the best of experiences. You can go as fast as 35 MPH on water with your ski set! However, the evening is for boat rides, so skiing is restricted to being a morning and an afternoon activity.

  6. What are some of the most amazing things I can do in Paris at night?

    Nights in Paris are as liberating and breath-taking, literally (because of the all-night-long dancing) as the days here. Here is a list of things to do in Paris at night.

    1. Have fun at Night river cruise

    Night cruises are quintessential to explore the Parisian culture. All of them take a tour of the Seine River and cover the iconic monuments of Paris on the way. There are various cruises, including bistro-style, with live music and three-course meals. Most have optional champagne to make your experience all the more delightful. These cruises usually last for about 2 – 3 hours.

    Location: Seine River

    2. Party at Silencio

    The hangout place for Paris’ savvy night owls, Silencio, is a private club located in the city. The neo-50s style furniture and gold leaf walls make the décor of the place resounding and captivating. There are not only concerts by excited up-and-coming bands, but also film premiers, eclectic dancing, and soulful partying. 

    Location: 142 rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris, France

    Timings: Tuesday - Thursday:00 PM – 4:00 AM and Friday – Saturday: 6:00 PM – 6:00 AM

    Entry Fee: The entry is restricted to members and friends, but to get in for a day, you will need 780 Euros.

    3. Take a Moonlit Stroll Around Paris Landmarks

    Take strolls all over the epic landmarks of the city under a moonlit night! The itinerary for your sojourn has been laid out for you:

    - Fontaine de Mers

    Made in 1840, Fontaine de Mers are two statues placed eloquently on either side of Luxor Obelisk. 

    - Monnaie de Paris

    The exterior of Monnaie de Paris Museum is as outlandish as the interiors. At night, the grandeur of the place looks astounding from the banks of the River Seine.

    - Rue Cremieux

    The colorful houses of Rue Cremieux are decorated with plants and flanked with dainty streetlights, local cafes, adding on to the bright appearance at night.

    Location: Place de la Concorde, 75008 Paris, France

    4. Go out for a night at the Opera

    Palais Garnier is the Opera House of Paris. Its exterior is projected with sculptures and statues from the 17th century, adding on to the prosaic structure of the place. There are several operas conducted during the evening, followed by ballet performances and plays. The classical music, coupled with palatial interiors will make your experience all-encompassing.

    Location: 1, place de l'Opera, 9th Arrondissement, Paris, France

    Entry Fee: 20 Euros – 100 Euros

    Timings: 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM

    5. Enjoy the view at Montparnasse Tower

    Montparnasse Tower offers a truly romantic panoramic view of the city of Paris. The twinkling Eiffel Tower is visible through the glass enclosure built hundreds of meters high. There is champagne available at the bar to add on to the sparkling city view. 

    Location: 33 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France

    Timing: Sunday – Thursday: 9:30 AM – 10:00 PM and Friday – Saturday: 9:30 AM – 11:00 PM

    Entry fee: Children (4 – 11 years): 9.50 Euros, Youngsters (12 – 18 years): 15 Euros and Adults: 18 Euros

    6. Dancing at Quai Saint Bernard

    Quai Saint Bernard is a pathway laid along the Seine River. Believe it or not, it is like a garden flanked with lush green trees and fountains where people come to dance. The overlooking Seine River glimmers at night while people do the Tango all night long. This is one of the most liberating things to do in Paris. 

    Location: 5th Arr. along the Seine River, Paris, France

  7. How can I reach Paris?

    Being a first-world country, Paris is an interconnection of well-laid roads and travel services. Several routes lead to Paris.

    By Air: Paris has three international airports, namely Orly International Airport, Charles de Gaulle International Airport, and Beauvais. There are cars, buses, and metros available from here to the center of the city.

    By Train: Paris has trains from/to European countries of Belgium, Netherlands, UK, Germany, and Cologne.

    By Bus: Several operators havebuses from Amsterdam, Germany, London, and Brussels commute to Paris.
  8. Which are the best places for shopping in Paris?

    In a city where art is paramount, fashion does not lag behind. There are several shopping places in Paris with a chic display of clothes, jewelry, scarves, and whatnot. They include:

    - Louvre and Tuileries District: This area is flanked with Hermes, Versace, and Saint Laurent stores with well-versed collections of clothes, shoes, and steaming designs.

    - Boulevard Haussmann and Grands Boulevard: Gourmet food shopping, home décor, and quality jewelry are displayed in stylish shops with modern décor here.

    - Galerie Vivienne: In the covered passageways or ‘arcades’ of shopping resides Galerie Vivienne with its luxury boutiques from the crème de la crème of designers.

    - Passage Jouffroy: The fine jewelry and delicate antiques of Passage Jouffroy, coupled with Kenzo and Thierry Mugler boutiques, are what attract many tourists and Parisians for shopping here.

    - The Marais: Eclectic fashion chains, vintage stores, artifacts and handicrafts, perfume stores, and fine art galleries flank The Marais. Other than that, the exotic tea and chocolate stores are the must-visit gourmet stores here.

  9. What is the best time to visit Paris?

    The best time to visit Paris is from June to August. But here is a season-wise description of the city for your preferable options.

    In summer (June – August)

    Paris is at its zenith of tourist influx during summers. The temperature does not go over 70 degrees Fahrenheit, and the weather is breezy.

    In winters (September – February)

    If you want to elope to Paris when there is now a crowd, then winters are your cue to leave. However, do carry warm clothes so that the cold doesn’t get you.

    In spring (March-May)

    Apart from infrequent rainfall, the city is blooming with flowers and vivid architectural layouts.

  10. What is Paris famous for?

    Themes that occupy the Parisian culture are those of art, architecture, and culture. The city is laid out with beautiful sites by the Seine River, and of course, the magnificent Eiffel Tower. There are museums with paintings, sketches, and exhibitions by painters like Jacques Villon, Albert Marquet, and Camille Claudel.

    Apart from that, the café culture of the city is renowned all across the world. The sites of bridges, architectural monuments, and cathedrals are bound to rejuvenate your soul with their prolific and thematic grandeur.

  11. How can I spend my day in Paris?

    If you want to cover most of what Paris has to offer in a day, then the following places are a must to be explored:

    - Notre Dame

    The twin-towered Notre Dame is a medieval Catholic Church that took almost two hundred years of construction.

    - Champs-Élysées

    Shopping at Champs-Élysées is one of the most exciting activities to do in Paris. You can take back the memoirs of the trip by shopping for famous items in Paris.

    - Eiffel Tower

    Intake the marvelous elegance and illumination of the Eiffel Tower during your sojourn.

    - Seine River Cruise

    Take a cruise at the Seine that captures afar historical sites with aesthetic appeal.

  12. What is the best way to commute in and around Paris?

    The best way to commute around Paris is through Velibs or shared bicycles. There is also the metro interspersed throughout the city to make commuting easier. A single ticket for the metro costs 1.40 Euros. You can also buy a two-day pass for the Batobus that costs 19 Euros per adult.

  13. What should I buy in Paris?

    In the city of love, art, and culture, you can buy various trinkets and souvenirs for yourself or your family. Some of them include Salt Caramel candies at Brittany’s, Hermes Clic - Clac bracelets, Rivieras or leisure shoes, and Calvados brandy.

  14. Why is Paris famous as a honeymoon destination?

    Paris is often referred to as the city of love. Its culture resonates with love, war, tragedies, and literature from time immemorial, which have helped contribute to its lovelorn reputation. Apart from this, various sites like the Love Lock Bridge, the Eiffel Tower, and Pont Neuf have a romantic aura to them. Even its restaurants are quaint, elegant and dreamy.

  15. What are the best resorts in Paris?

    Paris has some of the most impeccable accommodation options. Some of them are:

    - Paris Bastille: Paris Bastille’s prime location opposite the Opera House makes for an overwhelming stay!

    Location: 67, Rue de Lyon, 12th Arr. 75012 Paris, France

    - Bel Oranger Gare de Lyon: The spacious rooms, outlandish décor, and sumptuous dining only adds to the elegance of the place. The resort is located a few meters away from the River Seine.

    Location: 9 Rue d’Austerlitz, 12th Arr. 75012 Paris, France

    - Stella Etoile: Situated 200 meters from L’Arc de Triomphe, Stella Etoile has a spectacular contemporary décor that adds on to its interior design.

    Location: 20, Avenue Carnot, 17th Arr. 75017 Paris, France

  16. Is Paris worth visiting?

    If you are an art fanatic or a romantic, then Paris’ culture is paramount. There are art galleries, museums, gardens, cafes, theatres, and arches that display the valor of ancient times, coupled with the progress of the present. Traveling around has been made cheap and convenient due to Velibs, buses, and metros, thus making it a popular backpacking destination.

  17. Which are the best luxury hotels in Paris?

    Park Hyatt Paris Vendome: Overlooking the chic Rue de La Paix, Park Hyatt belongs to one of the most prestigious groups of hotels in Paris.

    Le Bristol Paris: If you want to go back in time and experience the 18th-century Parisian décor, then Le Bristol Paris is your cue.

    Hotel Plaza Athenee: If you want to stay in the city to explore the fashion boutiques and haute couture of Paris, then Hotel Plaza Athenee is your go-to destination.

    Four Seasons Hotel George: The grandeur of Four Seasons will sweep you off the floor. The lobby décor of floral display, high ceilings, and fine dining are a delight.

  18. What are the essential items that one must pack while traveling to Paris?

    Your travel items mostly depend on the season you are traveling in. 

    In summers: Summers in Paris are bright and sunny. Pack sunscreen, light cotton clothing, sunglasses, and hats for protection from the heat. 

    In winters: Winters in Paris are extremely cold and snowy. So unless you are visiting in September (for which carrying light warm sweaters should do), bring heavy coats, beanies, mufflers and scarves to keep yourself from getting a cold.

    In monsoon: The city of Paris receives unpredictable rainfall, but not in much quantity. Just carry easy-to-dry clothes, flip-flops, raincoats, and umbrellas on your visit during monsoon.

  19. Is it safe to visit Paris?

    Yes, Paris is one of the safest places to visit in the world. The crime rate is very low throughout, and there is regular patrolling by the Paris Police Department. There might occur puny thefts like shoplifting, or bag-snatching but not on a larger scale, making it highly unlikely for tourists to bear with the consequences. 

  20. Which restaurants serve the best food in Paris?

    - Source Infinie: Source Infinie has its pub and wine bar serving the crème de la crème of wines.

    Location: 18 rue d'Abbeville, Corner with Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, 75009 Paris, France

    - Le Vent d’Armor: The elegant décor of Le Vent d’Armor coupled with scrumptious seafood is bound to make you never want to leave!

    Location: 25 Quai de la Tournelle, 75005 Paris, France

    - L’ilot: The oysters, tuna, and marinated salmon coupled with beer are a must-try at L’ilot.

    Location: 4 Rue de la Corderie, 75003 Paris, France

  21. Which are the free things to do in Paris?

    There are a number of things to try out in Paris even without spending a single penny from your wallet. Check out some of the things to do in Paris that you can try out in the course of your visit free of cost:

    1. Museums and Monument Tours on Sundays
    You can visit and explore most of the government-owned museums and monuments without spending anything on Sundays. Some of the places to visit are Louvre and Musee d'Orsay, Albert-Kahn musée et Jardins and Musée de l'Assistance Publique. Taking a tour of the heritage places is considered one of the best things to do in Paris. 

    2. Watch open-air shows at Parc de la Villette
    Parc de la Villette is known as one of the famous hotspots in Paris. This place lets you watch free movies in an open-air cinema theatre. Tourists, as well as locals, love to participate in this communal event. 

    3. Move in and around the famous Jardin du Luxembourg
    Jardin du Luxembourg is one such place in Paris that is widely held for its ornamental landscaped garden, which was constructed in the late 17th century. It is home to zillions of statues, fountains and heritage monuments, which will keep you stunned.
  22. How long do you need in Disneyland Paris?

    If you wish to explore all the corners of Disneyland Paris, you would need to spare at least three full days. On the first two days, you can cover Disneyland Park and all its magical themed lands and on the third day, you can visit the Walt Disney Studio Park and its zones.

    Disneyland Paris is packed with loads of attractions, restaurants, parades and shows, full of life entertainment and much more. Explore all the best things in the park and takeaway memories back home.
  23. What are the things to do in Paris with family?

    Check out some of the things to do in Paris with your family members:

    1. Have a picnic with your family in front of the Eiffel tower
    This is one of the most loved things to do in Paris if you have come over to this beautiful city with your family members. You can get lots of Knicks and knacks with you then find a bench for a picnic or else a patch of grass in the Champs du Mars to have fun with your loved ones with the famous Eiffel tower in front of you. 

    2. Head out for a Scavenger Hunt in Musee d’Orsay
    Musee d’Orsay happens to be one of the most visited Museums in Paris because of its impressive artworks. Everything about this place is just beautiful starting from the artworks to the renovated train on the backdrop. It just feels great to be here with your family. Your kids will fall in love with this place and would not be ready to leave this place. 

    3. Sight the famous Gargoyle’s View of Paris from Notre Dame
    Notre Dame is considered one of the most famous Parisian entertainment hotspots for kids and families. The climb to the top on those narrow staircases to relish the picture-perfect iconic views of the age-old gargoyles.
  24. What are the essential items that one must pack while travelling to Paris?

    Here are some of the essential items that you must pack while visiting Paris:

    - Carry a small backpack with you, which can accommodate all your necessary stuff. Avoid carrying ones that have quite a few zips, as you need to open each of them for security check at all places in Paris. 

    You should not forget to carry your camera at any cost. Several places in Paris need to be captured in your signature style. 

    Make sure you carry a power bank with you that is fully charged. 

    If you are not from Europe, then you should carry a universal adaptor with you. 

    Make sure you carry your photo identity cards with you. You may need to show the same at various security checkpoints. Therefore, it is at all times advisable to have one with you all the time. 

    Carry enough woollens as well as a raincoat with you. It can rain at any point in time in Paris. 

    If you are a student, then you can carry your student identity card to avail loads of discounts while purchasing entry tickets at the tourist places. 

    Pack a pair of comfortable shoes with you. There is a lot to walk in Paris while taking a tour of the city and visiting the places of tourist interest.

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