Things to do in Paris
There are no shortage of attractions to see in Paris – whether you’re planning a 2-day stay or a long weekend break – it can be tricky to pack it all in.
First time visitors should leave enough time for the iconic Eiffel Tower, the Louvre museum and Notre Dame cathedral. But taking a stroll down Champs-Elysées, Paris’s most famous avenue filled with designer boutiques and restaurants is also worth doing as well as checking out the mesmerising modern art collection at the Pompidou Centre.
So what are the must-see sights to add to your to-do list? We’ve compiled a list of major landmarks for your next visit to Paris.
Top attractions to see in Paris
Visiting the Eiffel Tower
Visiting the Eiffel Tower can be a chaotic experience if not planned carefully. Thankfully, we've compiled six tips to make it easy for you.
Notre Dame De Paris
Historical cathedral Notre-Dame will take your breath away with its rose stained-glass windows and gothic architecture.
Top sights to see in Paris
The absolute must-see sights to visit on a first trip to Paris.
Paris with kids
Paris has plenty of things to do on a city break with kids.
The essential guides to Paris
Paris Expat Guide
From katsu sandwiches to concept stores, here are the best new spots for your next visit.
The Pompidou Centre guide
Once derided for its unconventional looks, the Pompidou Centre has become the chouchou of Parisians.
The Paris catacombs guide
Be prepared for your hair-raising visit to the most creepy underground ossuary in the city.
The Louvre Museum insider guide
The Louvre in Paris is the world's largest museum and one of the most magnificent. Here is a guide to make the most out of your visit.
Where to stay
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