The triumphal avenue aiming toward the Arc de Triomphe.
Arc de Triomphe
This arch was built in memory of Napoléon's Great Army at the top of the Champs-Elysées.
The 21 st century skyscrapers business district erected outside the western city-limits of Paris was recently enriched by the spectacular Grande Arche.
Louvre Museum, antiquity to 18th century, 1st museum world wide.
The intellectual and new fashion district.
The major french religious building, masterpiece of gothic architecture.
Saint Sulpice Church
The Church of Saint Sulpice, the famous location of the Da Vinci Code.
Orsay Museum, 19th century arts
Beaubourg / Pompidou Center
Not far from Les Halles, the Centre Beaubourg or better known as the Pompidou Center,created alot of mixed feelings with its radical architectural design.
Landmark of the French Revolution better known today as a hip district hosting the new opéra.
The Paris' landmark : in 1889 Gustave Eiffel gave the French flag a 300 m (984 ft.) pole to commemorate the revolution centenary.
This vast and elegant symbol of reconciliation after the revolution displays the 3000 years old Luxor's obelisk.
Marais / Place des Vosges
A famous early 17th century square with some of the most beautiful parisian apartments in the middle of a middle-age district.
Neo-Greek temple ordered by Napoleon in homage to its Great Army, today a rich catholic parish.
Opera de Paris
Two operas : the original one built by Garnier in 1875 & Opera Bastille from 1989.
Montmartre / Sacre Coeur
Basilica built to the glory of the "Holy Heart of Jesus" to redeem the Nation's sins after the 1870 bloodshed of the Commune of Paris overlooks Paris from the Montmartre hill.
The famous district in the left bank, location of the only parisian skyscaper and the train station.
The first leisure/theme park of Europe.
The Sun-king palace in Versailles is half an hour by train from Paris.