Top 5 Most visiting Tourist Places in Paris

Top 5 Most visiting Tourist Places in Paris

Paris is well known as romantic city and most of the married people will prefer Paris for their honeymoon. With its elegant beauty and magical ambience, Paris will change our mood and hence it became most visiting city in the world. In every hidden corner Paris has all the famous sites and Paris casts a spell of enchantment. In entire world Paris became the most visiting place.

Eiffel Tower:

This is famous tower in world and it is one of the “seven wonders of the world”. It may be the most famous monument in the world and is certainly the most emblematic building of Paris. Eiffel Tower was designed by Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel which was built for the Paris Exhibition in the year 1889, which marked the centenary of the French Revolution. The tower consists of 15,000 steel sections built with 2.5 million rivets. This innovative structure is now considered as one of the top tourist attractions in Paris.

Palais Garnier Opera House:

To build this it took three years and became sensational building in the world. The Palasis Garnier Opéra house hosts performances by companies of the highest level. The Opera House also has a bookstore-boutique and a stylish restaurant that serves classic French cuisine. This attracts more than the building as we get most unique species here in the palace.

de la Concorde:

It is the most beautiful and innovative square palace in the world. It was built with majestic dimensions and hence became unique in the world.

Luxembourg Gardens:

The Luxembourg Gardens are the best known park in Paris. The gardens were laid out in the 17th century but they were given their present form in the 19th century by J.F. Chalgrin. The central feature of the park is the large octagonal pond with a fountain which is flanked by two elegant terraces lined with statues.

Louvre Museum:

This Louvre Museum comprises with more than 30,000 works of art, from antiquities to medieval art and European painting which belongs to 15th to 19th centuries. The Louvre is surrounded on one side by the elegant Jardin des Tuileries which is loveliest park in Paris.