Explore Paris, Here Are The Top Attractions!

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Ruchika Mandora

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Montmartre is a 130-meter-high hill in the north of Paris. It gives its name to the area around it.

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The Gustave Eiffel-built monument commemorates the French Revolution's centenary at the 1889 Paris Exposition Universelle.

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Eiffel Tower

Château de Versailles is France's most famous château. Built in the 17th century to symbolize French military prowess and European dominance,

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Palace of Versailles

People all over France and Europe agree that it is one of the best examples of French Gothic building.

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Notre Dame Cathedral

Marie de Medicis requested the Luxembourg Park, a private garden open to the public, in 1612 to accompany the Luxembourg Palace.

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The Latin Quarter - Luxembourg park

The world's most visited art museum is the Louvre. This former royal residence in Paris has 210,000 square meters, 60,600 of which are display space.

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Louvre Museum

The Moulin Rouge is the spiritual home of the French Cancan. In Pigalle, at the foot of Montmartre,

Moulin Rouge

Its poles are decorated with beautiful sculptures. On the top of the arc, the names of 558 generals and their most important wins are written.

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Champs Elysées / Arc of Triumph

Mickey fans can go to Disneyland Paris, which is 32 km from the center of Paris and can be reached by the local RER A.

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Disneyland Paris

Find the best way to see the "City of Light" by taking a nighttime tour on the Seine. As soon as the sun goes down, the landmarks are slowly lit up.

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Cruise on the Seine