1. Eiffel Tower- Made as a celebratory monument for completion of 100 years of the French revolution and named after its architect Gustave Eiffel, this tower is the beautiful and iconic poster boy for the city of Paris throughout the world.
2. Arc de Triomphe- The Arc De Triomphe was made to honour the ones who fought for France, especially in the Napoleonic wars; the insides and the top is engraved with names and the vault has the tomb of the Unkown Soldier from WW1
3. Moulin Rouge- The French cabaret (modern can-can) which is now a world-renowned art icon, the original Moulin Rouge was made in the same year as Eiffel Tower, but was burned down in the year 1915 and reopened in 1921
4. Musee d'Orsay- The French museum based inside the Gare d’Orsay railway station on the bank of river Seine, it showcases paintings, sculptures, pictures and furniture made between the years 1848 and 1914 by French artists like Monet, Renoir, Manet and others.
5. Disneyland Paris- The Parisian chapter of the world’s most famous chain of theme parks, it is the most visited theme park of Europe; based in an area of 4800 acres, it has two theme parks, many resorts and several other entertainment areas.
6. The Opéra Garnier Grand Hall- The main hall of Palais Garnier, this 154m long, 13m wide and 18m high grand foyer has its roof lined with painted murals that depict the history of music, and is a must of places to visit in Paris
7. Musee Rodin- The museum which is divided into two parts across Paris is dedicated to the famous sculptor Auguste Rodin and his works; it has one part in the Hotel Biron and the second one is in Rodin’s old home.
8. Seine River- Called the heart of Paris, this 777km long river is where most of Paris’s water comes from and is an important commercial waterway; all the landmarks around it are recognized as located on the ‘left’ or ‘right’ bank of Seine
9. The Louvre Palace- It is the old royal palace on the right bank of the Seine, which was initially built as a fortress, and is not a single building. It was destroyed, rebuilt and expanded during a period of more than 300 years
10. Île de la Cité Island- It is one of the two remaining natural islands of the Seine and a part of Paris; it is the very centre of Paris and the spot where the original Parisi tribes founded this beautiful city that we know.
11. Musée Jacquemart-André- It is a privately owned museum in the 8th arrondissement of Paris and is based inside the mansion like the residence of Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart and showcases the art they collected over their lifetime.
12. Le Manoir de Paris- It is Paris’s first walk-through, the interactive haunted house where more than 30 artists bring to life the history of Paris in one of the older ceramic workshops. It is a must visit of tourist places in Paris for the haunting thrill.
13. Louis Vuitton Foundation- The art museum owned by the LVMH group and its subsidiaries to promote art and culture, which falls in line with their initiatives of providing support to contemporary arts and artists is one of the places to visit in Paris.
14. Luxembourg Palace- Built as the royal palace in the 17th century, it was first transformed into a prison in the French revolution, and then into the present day Senate of the Republic of France, with next building as the house of Senate President.
15. Théâtre Mogador- It is a theatre for performances in Paris at a walking distance from the Palais Garnier Opera house and caters to all the comforts of its viewers; the theatre prefers playing musicals like the Lion King and Mamma Mia.
16. Musée de l'Armée- Erected as a disabled soldiers’ home and hospital in 1905, this building now serves as the Army museum of France. It also is famous for being the home of the tomb of Napoleon.
17. Le Marais Paris- Paris’s ancient district with a huge architectural importance, the lanes here give you the exact feel as people of medieval Paris had while walking here; visit here for an unforgettable experience of shopping and nightlife.
18. Les Invalides- A collection of buildings in the 7th district of Paris, which contains many museums and monuments, all of which are related to the history of the French military, alongside a hospital and a veteran retirement home
19. Sacré-Cœur Church- Built at the top of Butte Montmarte, this roman style basilica holds great importance in Christianity. Also, from the top of this church at a height 130m, you can get a beautiful 60-degree view of the city
20. Pont Alexandre III Bridge- Built on the river Seine, it’s one of the most elegant and classy bridges of all time and the most beautiful river crossing in the world; it connects Les Invalides, on the Left Bank with Champs-Élysées on the Right Bank.
21. Place de la Concorde- Paris’s largest square located at the end of Champs-Elysées, it is famous for the Egyptian Luxor obelisk, which sits in the square; it is also famous for being the execution spot of Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette during the French Revolution
22. Jardin du Luxembourg Garden- The garden spread in an area of 23 hectares and a part of Luxembourg Palace, it is well-known for the lawns, walkways, model sailboats, and the stunning Medici Fountain; constructed by Marie de' Medici, widow of Henry IV
23. Musee de l'Orangerie Gallery- This museum showcases many of impressionist and post-impressionist works, but is most famous for being home to Monet’s famous ‘Water lilies’, which are still displayed as per the instructions he gave, in 2 oval rooms, the view surrounding the viewers
24. Notre-Dame Cathedral- The name translates into ‘Our Lady of Paris’, this church is widely agreed to be one of the finest French Gothic Architectural monuments; it is one of the largest and widely known churches in France and the world.
25. Montmartre Paris- It is a large hill in the 18th district of Paris, and has a height of about 130m. It is more commonly known for being the spot of Sacré-Cœur basilica and a mesmerizing view of the city.