The Eiffel Tower: Of course, the tower is a must on your visit. It is a wrought iron building that measures a whopping 324 meters high, imagine the views from the top!
The Arc of Triumph: Napoleon had this monument built to represent glory and greatness. It is located at one end of the Champs-Elysées and can be climbed to its roof.
Louvre Museum: It is the largest museum in the world, receiving millions of visitors annually and, for the most part, they go in search of the enigmatic smile of a woman, the Mona Lisa.
Notre Dame: This cathedral, along with the Eiffel Tower, is one of the city's most famous silhouettes. Gothic in style, its stained glass windows and towers will surprise you. Don't miss it!
Sacred Heart and Montmartre: You'll find yourself in the most bohemian neighborhood in Paris. Packed with artists, here you can enjoy incredible views of the city from the top of the basilica stairs. A show of sensations.
Champs-Elysées: Two kilometers of avenue to walk and feel the authentic Parisian essence. Let yourself be surprised by the countless cafés, cinemas and shops that flood this place. You can rest in the lower part, where you will find green areas with gardens.
Pigalle and Moulin Rouge in the Red Light District: This neighborhood is full of tourists who take the opportunity to tour and see the Moulin Rouge show, a unique spectacle in the world, whose costumes are designed by great couturiers.