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An Evening in Paris
Fall in love with the City of Lights as you experience the city after the sun goes down
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Must-see Marvels
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Perfect Day Tours
Palaces, castles and gardens - see France's most beautiful locations all in one day!
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Top sights in Paris

Paris, a.k.a. The City of Light, City of Love, Fashion Capital, consistently ranks as one of the most visited cities in the world. People from all over travel to Paris each year to experience all the best that France has to offer. From art museums, French fine dining, historic landmarks, and Haute couture, you will surely never run out of things to do in Paris.

Eiffel Tower

Sightseeing in Paris is not complete without a visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower. Located at the Champ de Mars in the 7th arrondissement, this wrought-iron lattice tower was built in 1889 by Gustave Eiffel and is the most-visited paid monument in the world. Go all the way up to the observation area to get an amazing, 360-view of the capital city of France. You can also taste gourmet Parisian delicacies at the Michelin-star Le Jules Verne restaurant on the 2nd floor.
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Louvre Museum

Lovers of art and history can’t miss out on a trip to one of the most treasured Paris attractions: The Louvre. The world’s largest art museum is located on the Right Bank of the River Seine and houses more than 380,000 objects, with 35,000 masterpieces like the Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, and the Great Sphinx of Tanis on display. Fun fact: You can view every piece of art on display at The Louvre in 200 days if you only spend 30 seconds to look at each one.
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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris

Victor Hugo's classic novel about a lovestruck hunchback was originally titled Notre-Dame de Paris, after the city’s most iconic Gothic cathedral. Situated at the eastern end of the Île de la Cité, Notre-Dame de Paris was commissioned by King Louis VII to serve as a symbol of Paris's political, economic, and cultural power. Following the tragic fire of 2019, French officials initiated an arduous restoration project to bring the beloved cathedral back to its original state, elaborate statues, tympanum, gargoyles, spires, and all.
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Arc de Triomphe

The Arc de Triomphe, one of the most well-known commemorative neoclassical monuments in France, stands in the center of Place Charles de Gaulle. By order of Napoléon Bonaparte, the names of famous battles and generals of the French army were inscribed on its inner and outer surfaces. You can access the Arc de Triomphe through an underground passageway on the Champs-Elysées that comes up at its base. Climb up the 284 steps of the spiral staircase right before the sun sets to enjoy daytime and nighttime views at the top.
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Why people love Paris

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Seine River 1 Hour Sightseeing Cruise Direct Entry Ticket
Totally worth the experience. Best to go during the night, you get to see the Eiffel Tower lights lit up at night, it was such a beautiful sight. You also get to see all the different monuments at Paris. The tickets are easy to redeem, just show a printed copy ticket from Klook. The cruise was totally enjoyable, definitely worth the experience.

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[Limited Offer] Disneyland® Paris One Day Ticket
Highly recommended to get your tickets at Klook before proceeding. The ticketing queue there is extremely long. Best to go there for 2 days, you can never complete and fully enjoy your trip at Disneyland Paris for just 2 days. I truly enjoyed my trip there, had lots of fun and bought tons of goodies. You will definitely feel like a kid going there. There are lots of Disney characters that you could snap a photo with and the Disney parade was beautiful. Will definitely come here again if I ever had the chance again.

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Paris OpenTour Bus Pass
In the case of the French traffic strike, public transportation and the subway are very chaotic. With this sightseeing bus tour package, you can easily visit the main attractions in the center of Paris. Unfortunately, the traffic on the road is also very congested. The time of the traffic jam is compared. long. Fortunately, the car provides free tour navigation and scenic spots introduction recording, which is very interesting. The ticket redemption method is also very convenient. You only need to use the QR code to directly redeem the ticket on the bus. The only thing to note is that the bus's opening hours are only available until six o'clock, and tourists who want to play night may not be able to enjoy it. The cruise is also very good! You can clearly see the main attractions!

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Priority Access Entrance Ticket to the Louvre Museum
Easy access. Highly recommend to purchase tickets in advance. It was cold and raining when i joined the que. But because it was an express que, we got to the entrance faster (still had to wait for 30-40mins because of security checks etc). Other than the usual long que, everything is good with my priority access tickets.

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Paris Museum Pass
Bought the pass in 2019. Had to go down to the centre to collect, the collection was a breeze. Once you collect the pass you can join the queue to enter the museums so it was very convenient. Worth the purchase if you're planning to visit multiple museums so you have to plan out your route well especially since the Lourve would take up majority of the time (it's huge). Well worth the purchase!

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Catacombs of Paris Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket
It is strongly recommended that those who want to come must buy a quick customs clearance! Standing in line at the scene is a bit scary, because the number of people moving is very slow! Quick customs clearance can be entered at a specified time, there is no need to wait for a long time, we have to go about half an hour early, but in fact should be about 10-20 minutes early. The catacombs are very worth seeing, not scary at all, remember to wear good walking shoes

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