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Tourist Attractions in Paris

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Among the best attractions of the World, Paris has won hearts since two millennia. Enriched with miscellaneous dreamy locations where most people have found their soul mates with the air of love in the city; Paris is the centre of the Île-de-France region as well as the centre of attraction for pleasure seekers.

The city of Paris is not only home to attractive locations, but it is also the crème de la crème of the richest places of the world. It has  a ranking as one of the five wealthiest five regions of Europe and is included in the list of top cities around the world. The city hosts many top notch events focused globally; like FIFA. The museums here are also maintained and kept well-organized to serve the horde of tourists visiting the city. In short, Paris has everything that makes it an ideal destination for a vacation.

Summing up the description of attractions in Paris is difficult as there’s just so much to see here. However, some of the famous tourist locations are mentioned below:

Louvre Museum


The world’s most visited museum, which received more than 9.7 million visitors in 2012, has enough artifacts and history trapped within its walls to make itself standout among all the other museums of the world. This museum is usually visited by tourists as their first stop, because of its excellent reputation and fame. The museum is housed in the Louvre Palace, which dates back to the revolutionary period of France. The best collections within the museum are divided into eight curatorial departments: Paintings;  Egyptian Antiquities; Sculpture; Islamic Art;  Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities; Near Eastern Antiquities; Prints and Drawings; and Decorative Arts. All these include masterpiece sculptures of great artists throughout history; including the famous Mona Lisa painting.



Eiffel Tower

A well-known tourist attraction with an architectural structure that makes it a wonder of the world; the tower is located on the Chomp de Mars in Paris and is the tallest structure in Paris. It is also the most-visited paid monument with a record of 6.98 million visitors in 2011.


Orsay Museum

Originally a railway station, nearly a century ago; the museum is now one of the top tourist attractions. This museum is so grand that it has been used as a set for various films as well, ever since it has been opened for tourist visits. The halls are vast and spacious, making you wonder whether you’re even standing under a roof.

It has a lot of paintings by famous French and international artists including the famous “Whistler’s Mother” painting. The museum also exhibits sculptures of famous people, architecture and decorative art and photography.

Palace of Versailles

The palace is a royal chateau which is so compelling in its architecture that sky is truly the limit for it. There are four apartments within this palace’s premises, each one dedicated to a different work of art. Its famous gardens displaying the art of nature are beyond praise as well.

To get your Paris pass and visit these outlandish places, contact Concierge Paris where you can browse comprehensive packages for all your travelling needs in Paris.

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