Things To Do In Paris
Here are some fun things to do in Paris, next time you visit the place.
Choosing how to spend time in Paris can seem overwhelming whether you’re there for a week or just for a weekend.
Climb up the Eiffel Tower
This is always the inevitable attraction. The Eiffel Tower being the most famous edifice in the world was originally a temporary exhibit meant for the World Fair. Visible from most vantage points across the city it provides heart-stopping views over Paris. There’s also a panoramic champagne bar situated on the third floor and the Michelin-starred Jules Verne restaurant a part of the new glass floor that was installed in 2014. The Eiffel’s girders sparkle like lights on a Christmas tree every hour at night.
The impressive Musée d’Orsay
In 1986 to house one of the world’s largest collections of Impressionist and Post-impressionist art the old Belle Époque Orsay train station was converted into the Musée d’Orsay. You’ll find a dapper collection of decorative arts from the Art Nouveau era and a wide range of 19th-century sculpture sides works by Monet, Van Gogh, and Toulouse-Lautrec.
The Arc de Triomphe
Containing about 284 steps that lead to the top of the Arc de Triomphe it would truly be giving your legs a workout if you climb it. In between the arc of La Defense and the Louvre, the views sweep in geometric splendor. For observing Parisian driving techniques it’s also a plum spot. The Unknown Solider’s grave sits right at the center of the arch for you to spare a thought.
The Château de Versailles
The most sumptuously clad château in the world due to centuries of makeovers the Versailles is a brilliant mixture of extravagance. The original building was embellished by architect Louis Le Vau first. Later a hunting lodge was built and afterward served as the impressive residence of Louis XIV’s finance minister Nicolas Fouquet.
The best croissants in Paris
For hundreds of years, the famously flaky pastries have been fuelling Paris. It is golden all over and brown at the bottom tastes exquisite is full of butter and ranked on appearance. You can have a croissant breakfast in Paris.