10 Things Not to Miss When visiting Paris

6.Triumphal arch


The triumphal arch of the star often called simply ” Arc de Triomphe” in French, whose construction, decided by Emperor Napoleon I, began in 1806 and ended in 1836 under Louis Philippe, is located in Paris, in the 8th, 16th, and 17th districts.
Stretch your legs and climb the 284 steps to the top of the Arc de Triomphe. Up there, you will have a view of the Champs-Elysées, and the arch of La Défense. It is also a privileged place to observe the driving techniques of the Parisians: the roundabout of the Place de l’Etoile is at times anarchic.

5.The Notre-Dame Cathedral:


The Notre-Dame Cathedral, in short, Notre-Dame form, is the cathedral of the Archdiocese of Paris, France. It is located in the east of the Ile de la Cité, in the 4th district of Paris.
Its western facade dominates Notre-Dame square – Place Jean-Paul-II.
Exceptional monument of great architectural beauty. One of the most beautiful symbols of Paris. All visitors to Paris must make a personal visit, or with a guide. Free entry.
A Gothic masterpiece inscribed on the Unesco World Heritage list, made legendary by Victor Hugo’s novel published in 1831.

4.The Louvre Museum


The Louvre Museum, inaugurated in 1793 under the name Central Museum of the Arts of the Republic in the Louvre Palace, the former royal residence located in the center of Paris, is today the largest museum of art and antiques at the world.
Its exhibition area is 72,735 m.
The most known symbol of Paris is the Eiffel Tower, but some tourists prefer to visit the Louvre, much more exciting.
It is the best art museum in the world but also the most visited and the largest, with 210,000 m² of exhibitions where you can find works from almost every civilization in the world.
The three most popular works here are La Jonconde, Venus de Milo, and Victoire de Samothrace.