Visit Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris: When you are time pressed, plan your day judiciously and start your city tour by visiting Paris’ most visited unticketed site Notre Dame cathedral. With approx. 14 million visitors every year, the cathedral is a fine example of French Gothic architecture.
Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris.
The cathedral with spectacular bell towers, rose windows and treasury is not just beautiful but exquisite. The top of the Western façade will leave you gasping for breath, as 400-odd steps to the top will bring you face-to-face with the most romantic city in the world—Paris. You trip to Paris cannot be complete without visiting Cathédrale de Notre Dame de Paris.
The Arc De Triomphe: One of the most talked about and iconic monuments in Paris is the Arc De Triomphe. Barely at 7-8 minutes of distance from the Notre Dame cathedral, the Arc De Triomphe is a must visit when you are in Paris.
Stroll through the Jardin du Luxembourg: This second largest city park needs nothing less than an entire day to stroll through it. But since, there is much more left to be seen, spend the second half of your day wandering around in this beautifully landscaped garden, built in the 17th century. Enjoy the blissful late afternoon with fountains, monuments and hundreds of statues including the first model of the Statue of Liberty by Frédéric Bartholdi.
Visit the Eiffel Tower: Visiting Paris and not seeing Eiffel tower cannot be imagined. However, we suggest booking a Skip-The-Line ticket for an evening group tour to the most iconic monument in the city of light. This will not just ensure a guided tour to the tower but will also grant access to the elevator leading straight up to the second floor, leaving the crowd behind. Feel the breeze on your face, and witness the grandeur and beauty of the city as it will be illuminated at night. Capture the moments forever in your heart, before calling it a day.