5 spectacular places in and around Paris you need to see besides the Eiffel Tower

5 SPECTACULAR PLACESin and around Paris you need to see(Besides the eiffel tower)

Paris is a dream for many and not without a reason. “A walk about Paris will provide lessons in history, beauty, and in the point of Life”, Thomas Jefferson once told and I can’t agree more. Wandering the streets of this magical European capital is not only rewarding for the soul but probably the most memorable experience one should have.

Since kids we were told stories about the Eiffel Tower, the Parisians’ elegance and chic. Since kids we had this dream of visiting the City of Lights and Love. Everyone who has been to Paris wants to go back.

For everyone else who is going to see the France’s capital for the first time, here are a few ideas of spectacular places in and around Paris you need to see besides the Eiffel Tower:

1. The Seine Valley

The Seine river passes right through the center of Paris making the city even more vibrant. During the day it is a great place to walk by and relax, during the night the river becomes an ideal spot for glazing the lights making the Paris landscape even more magical.

But not only the river banks in Paris are worth seeing. The whole Seine Valley is a place where you can immerse into the French history, beautiful landscapes and culture. One interesting way to enjoy France to the fullest is by hopping on a magical Seine river cruise with riucruises.com.

Seine river cruises

2. Palace of Versailles

The Palace and Gardens of Versailles are simply one of the most spectacular achievements of the French art and culture. The Palace is part of the UNESCO’s World Heritage List and is a must see when you are visiting Paris.

Seeing this massive monarchical monolith will give you awestruck for sure. The Gardens, on the other hand, are a nice place to walk around, relax and enjoy a beautiful day. You can hit the bonus if you visit the gardens during one of the musical fountain shows or musical garden shows during the year.

Gardens of Versailles

3. Montmartre and Moulin Rouge

Montmartre is the place you can’t skip if you are in Paris. The famous artistic quarter was home to many art geniuses and you can still feel that bohemian feeling when you wander its streets. In Montmartre you will find the famous Sacre-Coeur Basilica where you can enjoy a great view of the city. You can also see the popular cabaret Moulin Rouge.

Moulin Rouge

4. The Latin Quarter and Luxemburg Gardens

The Latin Quarter in Paris is probably one of the most vibrant parts of the city. Here is the biggest concentration of students in the France’s capital who came from all over Europe. The home area of La Sorbonne and the Pantheon is where you will find cheerful cafes, restaurants and bars and endless shopping opportunities.

Just a few blocks away the Lixembourg gardens attract hundreds of visitors every day. Not only the place is perfect for a midday relaxation but it is a home for more than hundred statues, fountains and monuments. It is just another spectacular place in Paris you need to see.

Luxemburg Gardens Paris

5. Disneyland Paris

Disneyland is no longer considered a place for children only. Many grown-ups can enjoy the fast rides, adrenaline rush and the fairytale atmosphere in the action park. The bonus is that it is located just a few hours away from Paris. By going to Disneyland you can enjoy your France holiday even more.

Disneyland Paris Park

 Are you visiting Paris any time soon? What are you most excited to see?

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