Paris is nicknamed “The City of Lights” and it’s best explored slowly, on foot, by bicycle, or riding the many modes of public transportation. There are so many wonderful places to visit in Paris, France, so it’s hard to list them all. Below are some of the most notable places you should check out while you’re there.
Paris is home to some of the greatest landmarks in the world, including Notre Dame Cathedral, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Eiffel Tower. These are definitely some of the places to visit in Paris, France that you won’t want to miss.
Paris is filled with some of the best museums on the planet, including the Musee de Orsay, which is built in a former train station. The world-renowned Louvre Museum is home to the Mona Lisa, one of the most famous out of thousands of works of art that’s housed inside.
There are many more museums to visit without a doubt. My friend Brandon, who owns Southern Star Roofing in North Carolina, has mentioned being sure to visit the Louvre should we go. Boy, was he right!
Nearby, you can visit the Palace of Versailles, home to one of the most famous monarchs in history, King Louis the XVI and his queen, Marie Antoinette. The gardens in Giverny are just outside the city, former home to the painter of light, Claude Monet.
The city is divided by the Seine River, and all along its banks are booksellers, food stalls, and markets. Grab a baguette, some fruit, and cheese, and enjoy a Parisian picnic on its banks.
While you are checking off the places to visit in Paris, France, stroll by the charming shops and delectable restaurants and cafes. Make sure to stop at the world-famous Shakespeare and Company Bookshop, or pop into Julia Child’s favorite shop E. Dehillerin for some kitchen wares.
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