Paris was indeed a beautiful city. The parks inside the city offered lovely escapes from the concrete jungle.
Here in the photo montage below you can find all the best sights of Paris photographed by Indivue –
See what Paris looks like from the top of the Eiffel Tower on a sunny summer day in almost 40 degrees celsius. Watch a video of the trip to the top of the Eiffel Tower and see what the Eiffel Tower looks like in the evening lights.
You can also see what the famous architecture of Musee d’Orsay looks like, and find the famous Musee du Louvre and the lovely fountain there in the inner yard. It is a cool place to be during the summer heat.
The scary but beautiful architecture of the Cathedral of Notre Dame and the famous church Sacre Coeur with the view from the stairs far over the city are also among the essential sights of Paris.
The fabulous Luxembourg Garden and also the views from the Arc de Triomphe can be found from this photomontage and should not be missed while traveling in Paris. Find them also in the short video Paris!
After you have seen all these, walked in the Avenue des Champs-Élysées and had a cruise in the Seine river, your Paris trip will be perfect. If you wander how much time it will take to experience all these best and most famous sights in Paris, it is possible to do in a four nights and five days trip.
Best hotels and restaurants in Paris
But where would you start during your trip to Paris?
At the moment Tripadvisor lists these following five hotels to be the best in Paris:
The best restaurants in Paris according to Tripadvisor at the moment are:
The best Indian restaurants in Paris at the moment, according to Tripadvisor, are the following five restaurants:
An interesting detail to a foodie is, that a Parisian restaurant, which was praised in the Finnish INDIVUE website six years back, is only 12159th in the Tripadvisor. –
If a restaurant food gets full five stars being only the 12159th best, then how many stars might those 100 best restaurants of Paris receive?
Read about the Parisian sights also in Finnish.
Find more ideas from the Travel Opus to Europe.