Where can you catch up with the Little Prince, rub elbows with Oscar winners, and hang out with the Pope? The Grevin Wax Museum, of course!
Housed in an ornate former railway station, it boasts an astounding array of collections across mediums and eras.
Another serious notch in any history fan’s scabbard, Place de la Bastille is one of the most fascinating Paris attractions.
Claude Monet was undoubtedly one of France’s most famous artists, and you can see a wonderful showcase of his talent at Musee Marmottan Monet.
At the Bourdelle Museum, you can enjoy the finest works of one of the 19th century’s finest sculptors.
If you’re seeking some finely cultivated scenery, take a stroll through the beautiful Luxembourg Gardens.
With its lively people-watching and phenomenal sightseeing opportunities, a tour of Canal Saint-Martin is among the finest Paris attractions.
Since 1994, the institution has served as a home for modern works, as well as a place for artists to engage with the public on a deeper level.
In a town as elegant as Paris, even the city hall looks classy!
In the City of Lights, even a walk down the street can turn into something magical.
Looking for a museum whose exterior is just as fascinating as its interior?
Take some time to enjoy the wonders of nature, without ever leaving the city!
With its lovely collection of mansions and sculptures. Parc Monceau is the perfect place to spend an afternoon.
Take a walk along the length of one of the city’s most beloved tourist attractions… and if you’re with a special someone, you can even leave a souvenir!
While you’re exploring the city’s fourth district, be sure to swing by Place des Vosges.