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Eiffel Tower A classic sign of Paris and a national symbol of France. Built for the 1889 world's fair year and currently has a number of more or less scale copies around the world, inter alia. in Las Vegas, and Tokyo. More than 200 million people have had time to visit the Eiffel Tower. Obviously this is a classic tourist trap (at the risk of long lines as a result) If you visit Paris, However, we recommend at least a visit, for it is a memorable experience.

Man kan ta trapporna upp till mitten av tornet och resten “;bestiger”; man with elevator. The lift is open from about 9.30 am until midnight and stairs opens at the same time, but already closes at 18.30. To get all the way up to the top of the lift cost about 13 EUR for adults and half for children. Half the cost, logically, about half of this and to take the stairs are obviously cheaper. Please note that you will have to queue to take you up to half the Tower, where you have to get out of the elevator and then queue again to lift for the final stage.

the Eiffel Tower
Notre Dame This mighty Gothic Cathedral understandably took a long time to complete, over 200 years specifically. Construction started in 1163. Many consider it the most beautiful Cathedral in entire Europe. Please check out our list of our tours that includes Notre Dame. Our Lady
Champs Elysees and the Arc de Triomphe Champs Elysees is probably one of the world's most famous boulevards and is located in the Centre of Paris. It stretches two kilometres, from the Place de la Concorde to the Place Charles-de-Gaulle. It is in the latter that the famous Arc de Triomphe stands. The last stage of the Tour de France extends along the Champs Elysees and then of course the Boulevard filled with cheering people. The Arc de Triomphe was built in the first half of the 19th century and was ordered by Napoleon who wanted a monument to his victory at Austerlitz in 1805 and is 51 metres high. Can you climb the nearly 300 steps so rewarded to a fantastic view. As well as the Eiffel Tower, it is easy to stay close to the Champs Elysees When visiting Paris due to its attractive location. Arc De Triomphe
The Sacre Coeur and Montmartre Sacre Coeur Basilica which was inaugurated at the beginning of the 20th century is erected on the highest point in the middle of Paris Montmartre Hill. It offers you, In addition to the Basilica in all its splendor, a magnificent view of the city below. Montmartre has immortalized several times both in literature and movies, for example,. in the feature film Amélie from Montmartre. Montmartre has also been home to many famous artists: Dali, Picasso, and Monet. A great way to discover Montmartre is via a tour on foot where you also can participate in a wine tasting.We have tours that include both Mont martre and Sacre Coeur. Sacre Coeur
the Seine The Seine is in many ways the heart of the romantic Paris. During the summer evenings are its beaches particularly popular to visit among tourists as the Parisians. What we recommend is that you in the evening, share a bottle of wine on its beaches in the glow of the passing boats and at the same time admire the River in all its splendor with someone you love. There are many opportunities to boat ride along the Seine. Both guided tourist tours and the ability to eat dinner at one of the restaurant boats. From the River, you see, In addition to the many and beautiful bridges, even the Eiffel Tower and Notre Dame Cathedral. the Seine
Louvre The Louvre Museum, with the now-famous glass pyramid, is home to some of the most famous artworks in the world and is France's biggest National Museum. One of the most famous paintings hanging here is the Mona Lisa of Leonardi Da Vinci. Because the Museum is so extremely large, so should one have very plenty of time during a visit here.A visit to the Louvre Museum is a part of several of our tours. The Louvre Museum
Père-Lachaise The largest cemetery in Paris. Although one might think that it's a somewhat macabre sevärdighet is very popular among tourists. The reason is that there is some very famous personalities here, among other: Jim Morrison, Edith Piaf, Oscar Wilde and Richard Wright. Père-Lachaise
Musée d’;Orsay A popular and relatively new museum that is dwell in a converted railway station. Among the most famous artists ' paintings include works by Monet and Van Gogh. A must for all art lovers! Orsay
Versailles Palace of Versailles, located 17 km west of Paris, was King Louis the XIV home and erected at the end of the 17th century. Here you will find, among other things, the famous Hall of mirrors, which just recently restored for a huge sum of money. Everything that we, as a tourists will have the possibility to admire it in all its splendor.Book a guided tour. Med en Versailles-guide får ni uppleva historien om Versailles –; one of the world's most important monuments. There is also time to stroll around in the French gardens filled with sculptures, myster and marmorvaser from 1661. Hall of mirrors
Les Invalides Are a number of buildings that relate to France's ancient military history. This can include visiting the Tomb, where the famous Napoleon Bonarparte rests, and the French army's fascinating museum. Les Invalides

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Apart from the above as, If you have children naturally, also recommended a visit to the Disneyland outside Paris.