1 - Eiffel Tower
One of the world's most iconic landmarks, the Eiffel Tower's curved ironwork soars above the Paris skyline. Take the lift to the top and you’ll enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the entire city.
2 - Notre Dame Cathedral
Located on an island close to the banks of the bottle-green River Seine, the sculpted white stonework of Notre Dame is a joy to see up close. The intricacy of its Gothic design is incredible.
3 - Arc de Triomphe
This huge monumental arch was built by Napoleon to honour dead French soldiers. Today it still has a powerful presence, especially when you admire the battle reliefs etched into its sides.
4 - Louvre Museum
Lose yourself amongst the endless halls of this colossal museum. Inside, you’ll time-travel across eras, taking in sights from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, stopping at the unforgettable Mona Lisa.
5 - Champs-Élysées
Your time in Paris simply must include a stroll down the Champs-élysées. This leafy avenue is lined with the glamorous boutiques of international designers for wonder-filled window-shopping.
6 - Sacré Cœur
With views of a picture-perfect Paris horizon, climbing the steps to the iconic white domes of the Sacré Cœur Basilica is a reward in itself. At night, its smooth stone is lit with a warm golden glow.
7 - Luxembourg Gardens
Once reserved for royalty, these gardens were opened for all to enjoy after the French Revolution. But today the park is still fit for a king with trim hedges, vibrant flowers and decorative fountains.
8 - Moulin Rouge
A cabaret so iconic an entire film was based around it, Moulin Rouge has retained all the vibrancy of its original 19th century styling. Sit at a lamp-lit table and enjoy the spectacle of its shows.
9 - Panthéon
With grand neoclassical architecture inspired by the temples of Rome, this huge mausoleum houses the tombs of the most famed figures in France, such as Hugo, Voltaire and Rousseau.
10 - Musée d' Orsay
A magnificent viewing gallery, the Musee d’Orsay was converted from a 19th century train station. Your journey into its rooms will reveal masterpieces by Van Gogh, Monet, Renoir and many more!