This week we bring you the Top 12 Paris attractions from Paris Pass. If you are looking to plan a trip to Paris, then take a look at these top attractions which are worth a visit. Whether you are organising a trip with your partner, family or friends, there is something for everyone.
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Top 12 Attractions
Paris Bus Tour
Discover the main sights of the city in the original and relaxed way, with a 2day hop on hop off bus tour of Paris by Les Cars Rouges. Each lap lasts approximately 2hours and 15minutes, and features all of the main sights of central Paris.
All Les Cars Rouges Paris bus tours are hop-on-hop-off tours so you can get off at any of the 9 stops across the city to do some more extensive sightseeing. Stops include:
– Eiffel Tower
– Champ de Mars
– Louvre Museum
– Notre Dame
– Champs-Elysees – Etoile
– Grand Palais
Ô Château Wine Tasting
France and Paris is home to the finest wine in Europe. From champagnes to Bordeaux’s the variety is wide and the quality is high.
Whether you are a wine novice or a connoisseur, the Ô Château Wine Tasting is for you! With a unique approach, this is a great opportunity to have some good fun and experience some great French wine.
Palace Of Versailles
The Palace of Versailles, is one of the largest and most opulent castles in the world. Boasting around 2,143 windows, 1,252 fireplaces, and 67 staircases, the Castle is one of the most visited attractions in France.
As a fine example of 18th century French art, this historic building has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage List for 30 years.
Bateaux Parisiens River Cruise
Cruise up the majestic Seine and discover the sights of Paris from a new perspective with the Paris Pass! From the water it is possible to see the bridges and monuments of Paris as you could never hope to from land.
This hour long river cruise delivers spectacular and hidden views of this magnificent city. An informative historical and cultural commentary is available in English and on-board guides occasionally take the microphone to inform Paris visitors about current events, exhibits, and festivals.
Centre Pompidou – National Modern Art Museum
The Centre Pompidou is Europe’s most important museum of modern art and one of the worlds most significant art galleries.
Some of the art movements represented within the Pompidou Center are Fauvism, Cubism, Surrealism and Abstract Expressionism. It has 50,000 works of art (including paintings, sculpture, drawings, and photography), of which 1,500 to 2,000 are on display to the visitors of this National Museum of Modern Art.
The Louvre Museum is unquestionably one of the finest art galleries in the world. Home to thousands of classic and modern masterpieces, the Louvre is the jewel in the crown of French culture, a towering testament to European civilisation and history.
Its quality and importance is highlighted through its popularity as the Louvre is the globes most-visited museum.
Grevin Wax Museum
The Musée Grévin may astound the visitor with its dramatic lifelike scenes of historical and modern Paris. Over 300 wax figures of the world’s most famous people dramatically posed in amazing scenes. See stunning recreations of the major events in French and world history.
The Grevin Museum’s Discovery Tour reveals the secrets of making wax figures. After meeting Louis XIV or Jean de La Fontaine, visitors may enjoy finding out how the waxworks are made.
Notre Dame Cathedral
The construction of the Gothic Notre Dame Cathedral, undertaken at the initiative of Maurice de Sully, began about 1160 and amazingly was completed within 40 years.
Around 1250, Jean de Chelles built the north arm and began work on the south arm, which was completed by Jean de Montreuil.
The enduring popularity and influence of the surrealist artist Salvadore Dali is captured in the fascinating L’Espace Dali.
Salvador Dali was born on May 11th, 1904 in Figueras, Spain. At first an Impressionist, he discovered Cubism in 1921. Dali also embraced Surrealism and rejected hesitations and prejudices, which he claimed hindered his creative power. Dali developed a passion for grand metaphysical, religious and scientific themes.
Discover Paris from the top of the newly refurbished Montparnasse Tower which offers visitors a stunning view of the city in all directions.
In just 38 seconds, Europe’s fastest elevator will take you to a height of 196 meters (over 640 ft) where the outdoor observatory, accessible from the 56th floor through a flight of stairs, offers a totally different viewing experience.
Opera De Paris – Palais Garnier
The Palais Garnier is the thirteenth theatre to house the Paris Opera since it was founded by Louis XIV in 1669. A supremely beautiful building, the Paris Opera House was designed by the architect Charles Garnier and built between 1860 and 1875.
The Paris Story
The Explore Paris! Exhibition, aka The Paris Story, houses three interactive attractions at one easy-to-access site: the Paris Story, Miniature Paris, and the Paris Experience. This is a fantastic introduction to Paris; nowhere else can you so easily grasp the multitude of political, technological and cultural factors that have shaped this great city.