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Eiffel Tower Prices

How high are Eiffel Tower Prices?

The Eiffel Tower is one of the most frequently visited monuments worldwide and the epitome of Paris’ landmarks. Don’t miss it! To prevent unpleasant surprises, it is important to be informed about the Eiffel Tower prices to plan your visit and the expenses that go with it.

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Entrance fees for individuals

Enjoy the breathtaking view from the Eiffel Tower over all of the city! You can get the best Eiffel Tower prices if you are willing to do some exercise. You can save money if you walk the 704 stairs up to the 2nd floor of the tower. Eiffel Tower prices are higher if you would like to use one of the three lifts. Please be aware that you need to book your tickets 3 months in advance to avoid the 1 to 2 hours line. We prepared a summary of all the Eiffel Tower prices for you. The following table shows you all the information about prices for individuals:

Adults 12 – 24 years Reduced rate
Lift entrance ticket
(valid to 2nd floor)
€11,00 €8,50 €4,00
Lift entrance ticket (top) €17,00 €14,50 €8,00
Stairs entrance ticket
(valid to 2nd floor)
€7,00 €5,00 €3,00

Reduced rates are offered to children and young people who are between 4 to 11 years old, to disabled people as well as to French job seekers with a corresponding proof. Children under the age of 4 can enter the Eiffel Tower for free. Please be aware of the fact that these prices are valid until October 31st 2017 and could be changed at any time.

Entrance fees for groups

School groups (or similar) of at least 10 people can get a group rate all year long. Prices depend on the visitors’ age. For specific information see the following table:

  Adult 12 – 24 years < 11 years
Lift entrance ticket
(valid to 2nd floor)
€11,00 €7,50 €4,00
Lift entrance ticket (top) €17,00 €13,50 €8,00

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Guided Tours

Make the most of your visit and discover the Eiffel Tower off the beaten track! Take part in guided tours and experience the famous monument from a new perspective. The tours include visiting the original machinery room which still operates the lifts, the former bunker underneath the Champ de Mars and the access to the roof of the restaurant “Le Jules Verne” on the 2nd floor. You might even be guided by an actor. Prices start at €30.

Transportation fees

Eiffel Tower Prices, Transports

The metro certainly is one of the easiest ways to go to the Eiffel Tower. Please click the link at the end of the page to learn all about using metro tickets in Paris.
If you arrive by car, please take note that the car parks require additional fees. For instance, on-site fees at Pullman Tour Eiffel car park start at €16,00 for 4 hours. If you want to save money, check out the online platforms of the car parks. Some of them offer discounts for online reservation so that you can lower the price to €12,00 for example. If you are interested in leaving your car at Pullman Tour Eiffel car park, here’s the address: 18 Avenue de Suffren, 75015 Paris.

Last but not least, don’t forget to bring some extra money to enjoy the wonderful Champagne Bar and the Official Eiffel Tower Shops! There are also classy restaurants inside the tower but make sure you have a reservation.

Would you like to include the Eiffel Tower into your trip to Paris? Seize the opportunity and book your tailor made trip here!

In any case, you will gain an unforgettable experience!

 

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montmartre cemetery

Discover Montmartre Cemetery

Most metropoles like Paris are popular with their bustle and the enormous range of activities but still you need a quiet and peaceful place from time to time. Montmartre Cemetery is one of those places where you can experience nature and culture at the same time. Go for a walk under the leafy shade of its more than 700 trees and refill your batteries.

Montmartre_Cemetery

The Montmartre Cemetery, officially called “Le Cimetière du Nord”, was established in 1825. It extends to a surface of 27 acres and consists of more than 20,000 burial plots. After Père Lachaise Cemetery it is perhaps the most celebrated necropolis in Paris. Many famous people have been laid to rest there, for example French authors Emile Zola and Stendhal, composer Hector Berlioz or Adolphe Sax, inventor of the saxophone. The information points at the entrances offer plans which will help you find the tombs of all the celebrities you wish to see. You can download a map of the cemetery in English and Spanish as well as an itinerary to the graves of famous women buried there.

Apart from that, Montmartre Cemetery is known for its beautiful sculptures and the architecture of its tombstones such as the replica of Michelangelo’s Moses on the grave of David Iffla, otherwise known as Osiris.Montmartre Cemetery, Sculpture Moses

Want to visit Montmartre Cemetery?

Do you want to spend an afternoon without paying a lot? No problem! Admission to Montmartre Cemetery is free of charge.

During your visit please remain quiet and show some respect to the deceased and their relatives.

Public toilets and drinking fountains are provided but it is not allowed to take dogs into the cemetery.

Getting thereMontmartre Cemetery

To get to Montmartre Cemetery you can use public transport. You can either take the metro line no. 2 or 13 and get off at Place de Clichy or the bus lines 30, 54, 74, 80 and 95. The Montmartrobus, which serves a whole bunch of stops within Montmartre, is another way to get to the cemetery.

Address: 20 avenue Rachel – 75018 Paris

Parking

You can also go there by car of course. The closest car park is Parking Clichy Montmartre which is accessible 24/7. Online reservation is possible but you can buy tickets on-site as well. Take a look at the website of the corresponding car park for specific information about prices and offers.

Opening hours

March 16 – November 5

Monday – Friday:             8.00-18.00

Saturday:                          8.30-18.00

Sunday:                            9.00-18.00

November 6 – March 15

Monday – Friday:            8.00-17.30

Saturday:                         8.30-17.30

Sunday:                           9.00-17.30

Opening hours for Sundays are also valid for public holidays. The last chance to enter the cemetery is 15 minutes before closing. Opening hours can vary in case of exceptional weather circumstances such as ice or storms.

Opening hours – Information Offices:
Monday to Friday: 8.30 – 12.30 and 14.00 – 17.00

Exceptional opening:
1 January, Easter, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, 1 May, 8 May, Whitsuntide, Whit Monday, 14 July, 15 August, 1 November, 11 November and 25 December.

Disability

For your visit you can download a map for disabled people. The entrance via Avenue Rachel is the easiest way to enter the site. If you have difficulties walking, we would not recommend going to this cemetery due to the paving and slopes.

The Paris City Council offers tours for the deaf and hard of hearing. They are free of charge for concerned ones, if they bring corresponding proof. Group tours are priced at €85,00 during the week, plus a supplementary charge of €25,00 for Sundays, public holidays and tours in foreign languages.

Other famous cemeteries in Paris

1) Cimetière du Montparnasse

Montparnasse Cemetery is the most celebrated cemetery of Paris with many sepulchers of celebrities, such as Serge Gainsbourg, Jean-Paul Sartre and André Citroën.

Address: 3 boulevard Edgard Quinet – 75014 Paris

2) Cimetière du Père Lachaise

Opened in 1804, the Père Lachaise Cemetery is a former Jesuit retreat with a surface of 109 acres and countless tombs of famous artists, scientist and writers, for example Frédéric Chopin, Molière, Édith Piaf, Jim Morrison and Oscar Wilde. Learn more about Père Lachaise Cemetery here.

Address: 16 rue du Repos – 75020 Paris

 

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Bois de Boulogne

How to explore Bois de Boulogne

With its 2100 acres Bois de Boulogne is the 2nd biggest park in Paris. It is located between the western suburbs and River Seine. The area used to be the hunting ground of the French kings until it was turned into a modern park by order of Napoleon III.

During the day, this space is perfect for family and sport activities. It offers playgrounds, picnic areas and a boat hire on Lac Inférieur as well as 9 miles of cycling routes and 17 miles of bridle paths. You can take a break at several restaurants and fast food stalls all around the park, such as Châlet des Îles on the island in Lac Inférieur.

  1. Find your way through Bois de Boulogne

Bois de BoulogneThe north

Here is where you find the museum Fondation Louis Vuitton – a building of extraordinary modern architecture which was designed by Frank Gehry and hosts different fine-art exhibitions. The zoological garden called Jardin d’Acclimatation is located right next to the museum. It offers theme park attractions like pony rides in addition to a cultural program and a marvelous landscape.

The center

Most of the central part of the park consists of wooded areas and the two artificial lakes, Lac Inférieur and Lac Supérieur. Those are popular with their running and walking paths. Boats can be hired on the north-eastern shore of Lac Inférieur.

Located in the heart of Bois de Bologne, Pré Catelan includes the Jardin Shakespeare. Jardin Shakespeare hosts a large collection of plants mentioned in Shakespeare’s plays as well as Théâtre de Verdure which is turned into Paris’ largest open air theater in summer.

The botanical garden Parc de Bagatelle is in the north-west of the area. This park is especially beautiful because of the interplay of its magnificent landscape, wildlife, its Anglo-Chinese pagodas and the Château de Bagatelle built in the 18th century. Watch the colorful peacocks roaming between huge trees and beautiful ponds! Make sure you don’t miss the fabulous rose garden with its 10,000 rose bushes where exhibitions, events and classical concerts take place in summer.

Bois de Boulogne

Bois de Boulogne

The south

In fact, you can find sports fields in all corners of the park, for example basketball, hockey and rugby fields or a bowling pitch. Though, most of them concentrate on the southern and western part. Besides, there are hippodromes and tennis stadiums at the southern end. Apart from the sports activities you can go for a stroll in Jardin des Poètes or the botanical garden Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil where you can admire numerous species of tropical plants.

  1. Getting there

You can reach Bois de Boulogne easily by using public transport. Bois de Boulogne is served by metro lines 1 (Porte Maillot), 2 (Porte d’Dauphine), 9 (Michel-Ange-Auteuil) and 10 (Porte d’Auteuil) and the RER C (Avenue Foch, Avenue Henri Martin). You can also use the bus lines 32, 52, 63, 73, 82, 241 or 244 which serve stops on the borders and those inside the area.

In case you plan to go there by car, there are several roads crossing the park. You can leave your car at one of the car parks inside the area so that you don’t have to walk all the way from the entrances to your destination.

  1. Discovering the park

Bois de BoulogneIf your time is limited and you don’t want to spend a whole day in the park, we would recommend to go by bike and explore the cycling paths in Bois de Boulogne. You can either use your own one or borrow a bicycle from one of the numerous Vélib’ stations all around the area. If you are not able to use Vélolib’, there are two bike hires (av Mahatma Gandhi, av Foch).

Of course, there are wonderful walking paths, too. If you would like to visit the park on foot, make sure you have enough time – the park is large! Stroll around, relax on a bench at the lake and enjoy the fresh air! Public drinking fountains are provided so that you don’t have to carry heavy bottles.

  1. Important tips and information

  • Please take note that Bois de Boulogne turns into a red-light district at night, especially along the Allée de Longchamps!
  • Before your visit, download a map of the park in order to find your way more easily.
  • Think about what you want to visit and plan your route in advance. The area is large!
  • Please be aware that there may be fees for entrance and activities in the different gardens.
  • Several websites located the Musée en Herbe inside Bois de Boulogne. It is not! In fact, the museum is located in the 1st arrondissement. Its current exhibition is called “Hello, my game is…” – a contemporary art exposition about video games.

 

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Montmartre

Is Montmartre in Paris worth the visit?

Montmarte is definitely worth the visit, if you have extra time. It is actually rising above Paris’ panorama, and Montmarte is different than anywhere else in Paris… It is a historic distric with history, character, and beautiful, and artsy streets with many hidden treasures. When you visit Montmartre in Paris, you will feel like being in a magical and imperfect village, far away from Paris. But when going to Montmartre in Paris on a visit, what to explore and discover?

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Sacré-Cœur Basilica, Montmartre

Montmarte is an artistic and bohemian village, which hosts some of the best known festivals in Paris during each year, and while being quite small regarding size, it has enough interesting sights for you to dedicate an entire day of your sightseeing in Paris to exploring the original, and timeless Montmartre.

You do have to explore Montmartre’s artistic heritage, where the great artists lived. The drank their coffee in the cafes, played music and danced the night away. You get the sense when you are there; that Montmartre was and still is the artists’ community. To mention some former artists living in Montmartre, it is: Salvador Dalí, Max Jacob, Juan Gris, Pablo Picasso and Vincent Van Gogh. Seen that movie by Woody Allen “Midnight in Paris”? Well, Montmartre is where Gil Pender meets some of these world-known artists.

Montmartre Paris

Evening in Montmartre…

When in Montmartre, you do not want to miss the vineyards in rue Saint Vincent. The vineyards in Montmartre presents a Parisian winemaking tradition, and and in the fall Montmartre hosts an autumn wine harvest festival that is truly a treat to attend if you’ll be in Paris in October!

You also have to check out the adorable bakeries in Montmartre – and the cafes and bistros… So factor some time in your Montmartre sightseeing schedule to relax and have a glass of wine or a café – and be sure to try some of the cakes, pies and patisserie goodies of Montmartre.

Of course, last but not least, you have to go to the very famous Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur, which is Paris’ highest point, and you can either hike up or take the tram, in order to go to the top and get an breathtaking view… You can also see the Eiffel Tower from here. Basilica of the Sacré-Coeur took about 40 years to build, and was completed in 1914. It is Montmartre’s biggest monument, so make sure not to miss.

Montmartre Paris

An artist is drawing the portray of a young man on the Place du Tertre in Montmartre in Paris.

Remember that we on ParisByM have some packages, which includes a guided your in Montmartre with a possibility to try a wine tasting with high quality wines… Check it out!

Loire Valley, France

How to travel from Paris to Loire Valley?

When you visit Paris, and have a bit more time, you definitely have to see the Loire Valley, which is studded with fairytale villages, and the famous châteaux de la Loire. The areas are like postcards; so beautiful and peaceful that it could win the Nobel peace prize. Magic corners everywhere, and not to talk about the breath-taking castles…

Book ParisByM day tour from Paris to the Loire Valley. You will see the main castles: Chambord, Chenonceau, Azay Le Rideau and Villandry gardens.

Book ParisByM day tour from Paris to the Loire Valley. You will see the main castles: Chambord, Chenonceau, Azay Le Rideau and Villandry gardens.

In other words, the Loire Valley is an outstanding cultural landscape of overwhelming beauty, historical villages and towns, and if you are interested in architecture? Then Loire Valley is perfect for you. The landscape contains great architectural monuments (the châteaux), and cultivated lands formed by many centuries of interaction between their population and the physical environment, primarily the river Loire itself.

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Loire Valley, France, Pinterest

If you decide to visit the Loire Valley, there are several transportation options available; buses and trains can carry you to the main towns of the three Loire provinces—Anjou (to the west), Orléans (to the east), and the center ring of the show, Touraine.

If you want to get a full package, whereas you also can explore the amazing Mont Saint Michel, you can go to ParisByM and order one of our packages, which includes everything you need for your tour: transportation in an luxury, air-conditioned bus, accommodation in an great 3 star hotel with double room, and guided tours to the areas and the wonderful monuments! Note, that a guided visit of the Château de Chambord, which is the largest and most imposing castle in the Loire Valley, is also included in the packages! Something you don’t want to miss for sure…

We just released the packages, because of a great demand. More and more people discover the Loire Valley, and want to see the magical landscape with their own eyes – and we do understand why.

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Loire Valley, Pinterest

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Normandy day trip from Paris – what to experience?

Between Paris, and the English Channel you will find the region of Normandy. You can choose to visit some of the area’s highlights on a day trip from Paris – but what to experience? We want to complete a little guide for you, for inspiration to your Normandy day trip tour from Paris!

One of Normandy’s premier sights (as in, you cannot miss, it is truly breaktaking!) is the tidal island of Mont Saint-Michel. Mont Saint-Michel is connected to the coastline, via a causeway.

You also have to experience the charming town of Honfleur, with its unique wooden church and jumble of houses surrounding a peaceful harbor, was passed back and forth between the English and the French in the Middle Ages. This you have to explore, when taking your Normandy trip from Paris!

Normandy

The gorgeous seaside town of Honfleur in Normandy, France

 

Normandy’s beaches also are remembered in history, also called the D-Day beaches, where the tides of the Channel brought Allied troops to the European mainland on D-Day, and the tide of history turned against tyranny. Note that, with ParisByM, you are able to enjoy a full day excursion from Paris to the D-Day Beaches in Normandy in the company of an official guide, who will bring these historic sites to life.

On June 6, 1944, known as D-Day, the Allies opened a new European front against the troops of the Third Reich during the Second World War. It was the largest military operation in history, which marked the beginning of the Battle of Normandy and would lead to the end of the Second World War. More than 150,000 soldiers from America, Britain, Canada and many other nations landed by sea and air on a number of beaches along the Normandy coastline (Utah Beach, Omaha Beach, Juno Beach, etc.) and at the steep cliffs at Pointe du Hoc. Do not miss on your Normandy trip from Paris.

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Normandy Caen Castle is amazingly beautiful.

However, Normandy has much more to offer than just the coastline itself. The regional capital Rouen is a lively center with rich historical and artistic associations. Joan of Arc met her fiery fate here, while the intricate, asymmetrical façade of the gothic Notre Dame cathedral was a favorite subject of Claude Monet. The Impressionist painter also made much of a scene closer to home, his exquisite garden at Giverny.

Monet, Garden, France, Normandy, Giverny

Monet’s Garden – Giverny, France

Here you can still see the graceful willows and serene water-lilies which filled his enormous late canvasses, among the world’s best-loved works of art.

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Cliffs of Etretat, Normandy, France; photo by Jarrod Castaing

If this awakened your wanderlust, and wish to take a day trip to Normandy from Paris, do not hesitate to contact ParisByM! We will strive to share our best tips for your budget, needs and wants, and hereby also share our extended knowledge about the highlights of Normandy, that you always dreamed of exploring… You can directly book a last-minute on ParisByM (hence, very beneficial) package, to a one day tour, with the best air-conditioned guide, with direct departure from Paris.

 

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A nice program for a 3 day trip to Paris

Paris is always full of people from all over the World, who comes to see the City of Light, to explore, discover and making memories…

My first 3 day trip to Paris

When I came to Paris the first time, I only had 3 days in Paris to do so.I was having dinner on the most beautiful avenue Champs-Elysees, where I happened to meet a very interesting Canadian couple, who said that they have visited Paris ten times. Yet, they haven’t seen it all, they said. So I was kind of stressed out. Where should I begin? I only had 3 days in Paris , and I did not have any program whatsoever.

3 day trip to Paris

Musée du Louvre, Pinterest

 

My 3 day trip to Paris recommendation

I decided to complete this 3 day trip to Paris for you, from my own experience. If you furthermore want tips to your Parisian fairytale, go ahead and read our guide here!

From my opinion, you have to explore the Eiffel Tower (read our guide to the Eiffel Tower tours here!) The Louvre (MONA!), Notre Dame, and the Palace of Versailles.

The very first day, I lived in the neighborhood of Montmartre, which is so cozy and full of life… Anyhow, ou HAVE to see Sacre Coeur Basilica, but in order to do so, you have to take the tram – or hike up. You can see Paris’ iconic Eiffel Tower from there. There is art galleries, cozy and beautiful shops and much more. After you indulge the atmosphere you can go down and take the nearest metro to the Eiffel Tower.

3 day trip to Paris

Eiffel Tower, Pinterest

 

It’s easy to stop at the Arc de Triomphe on the route between Montmartre and the Eiffel Tower, so you can easily hop off, take some pictures, and continue your journey. When you arrive to the famous Tower, you have some options – you can take the lift to the observation deck, or you can go all the way up. Remember to purchase tickets at ParisByM before going, so you save some time. Afterwards you can go to the lawn, where you can chill out, listen to some music, eat some cheese, bread, more cheese and drink some rosé. I did. C’est ça, la belle vie.

I went to Louvre the second day. ART, baby! It was amazing. Much more than I expected it to be. There isn’t a corner left out. So captivating, and overwhelming. Loads of people are standing in front of Mona Lisa, trying to take a picture or 50 of her, so beware of the crowd. You may get squeezed a couple of times, but to be quite honest, Mona is quite underwhelming to see. Just my opinion…

After that, I visited Notre Dame, and I have to say that it is really something you CANNOT MISS when in Paris. I have a hard time describing the feeling you get, when you enter the cathedral. The line may seem long, but it goes fast. And btw, it is completely free. If you can miss 5 euros per person to enter the rooms with all of the treasures. It was amazing. Whoa.

Notre Dame, Paris, Skies

Notre Dame cathedral, Bondarisilviuphotography

I strolled down the avenue afterwards to taste macaroons from the famous bakery Paul, which is located a few steps from Arc de Triomphe, and right down the Champs-Elysees avenue.

In the evening, I booked a trip to the Seine River – well, actually a sightseeing-boat, whereas you can capture all of the highlights of Paris. It was very romantic and nice. Dinner was eaten at one of the restaurants nearby Notre Dame. There is so many authentic, cozy restaurants and shops to be found there. Very Parisian.

The very last day, I ate le brekky at Le George V (café) on Champs-Elysees. There you can get a complete brunch which consists of croissants, fresh juice, omelette, coffee and toasts with jam and butter for like 5 euros… And at the same time, you can observe the people walking up and down the avenue – very inspiring!

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Sign with quote, Pinterest

I had some magical 3 days in Paris, and this trip actually gave me to lust to be a part of the ParisByM team, and provide fantastic trips to people all over the world, who got the same wanderlust.

I hope you enjoyed looking back at my Paris trip with me, and got some inspiration on the way in order to create your own program.

Oh well, there is really no cure for Paris – at least I know by now.

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10 must see places in paris in summer

10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

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With temperatures averaging around 70°F, Paris is the perfect place to vacation in the summer. From rooftop dining to strolling through parks, there are many places for you to see. Here are our 10 must see places in Paris in Summer.

1. Berges de la Seine

The Berges de la Seine is a stretch along the banks of the River Seine that offers many activities for people of all ages. To relax, you can sit and enjoy a view of the Seine from The Emmarchement, book a ZZZ, or play a game with friends at Terrasse à 1000 Pattes. The Berges also offers many active and child friendly options which include a climbing wall, a fitness trail, ground games, a slate wall, and birthday teepees. In total there are six restaurants/bars along the Berges where you can grab a bite to eat after working up a sweat!10 must see places in paris in summer

2. The Rooftops in Beaubourg

Beaubourg is a area in Paris’s 4th arrondissement whose main attraction is the Centre Pompidou modern art museum. This area is the perfect place to enjoy coffee, a meal, or cocktail at a rooftop restaurant or bar. Le Georges and the roof top of Centre Pompidou are popular rooftop spots where you can be mesmerized by the breathtaking view of Paris.10 must see places in paris in summer

3. Montmartre Streets

The winding streets of Montmartre are a lovely place for you to spend a summer’s day in Paris. Every street is full of culture, art, music, people, and food. Within Montmartre, there are many places you can visit as well including the Moulin Rouge, the Sacre-Cœur Basilica, Espace Dali, and Place du Tertre.10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

4. Place de Vosges

Built by Henri IV, Place de Vosges is located in the Marais and is the oldest and finest planned square in Paris. Here in the summer, you can relax in the grass, visit the small shops and restaurants surrounding it, as well as visit the former home of Victor Hugo, the famous author of “Les Miserables.”10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

5. Jardin du Luxembourg

This park, situated in the latin quartier, is extremely popular when the sun is shining! Jardin du Luxembourg is impeccably maintained and has chairs that you can use anywhere in the park. For children, there is a pond that you can rent wooden sailboats, and an unbelievable amounts of flowers to smell and statues to see. Don’t miss the replica of the Statue of Liberty!10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

6. Canal St. Martin

Constructed in 1802 under the reign of Napoleon I, Canal St. Martin was first designed to provide fresh water to the citizens of Paris. Now, its iron bridges and tree shaded banks are a must see place in Paris is summer. Up and down Canal St. Martin are chic bars, delicious bistros, and fresh produce markets. This is a gem in Paris that is often missed.10 must see places in paris in summer

7. Piscine Joséphine Baker

This swimming pool is a hit with the kids in Paris is summer! Piscine Joséphine Baker is actually a large barge housing a floating pool right on the River Seine. In the summer, the glass roof opens up to create a open-air sundeck for a one-in-a-kind experience. Make sure to wave at the bateaux mouches sailing by!

10 must see places in paris in summer

8. Parc du Champ de Mars/The Eiffel Tower

If you would like to spend some time in a park with a true Parisian view, head to Parc du Champ de Mars. Overlooked by the Eiffel Tower, this park is a delightful place to bring some wine, cheese, and a baguette for a picnic in the sun!10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

9. Père Lachaise

Located the in the 19th arrondissement, Père Lachaise is the resting grounds for many famous people from around the world. As the most visited cemetery in the world, visitors come to the see the tombs of Jim Morrison, Molière, Chopin, Oscar Wilde, Géricault, Victor Noir and many more. Père Lachaise feels more like a museum, with many fascinating tombs, than anything else.
10 Must See Places in Paris in Summer

10. Jardin des Tuileries

Jardin des Tuileries is the ideal place to visit after a morning at the Louvre Museum. Located in Paris’s first arrondissement, this park is great for relaxation, admiring the works for Monet, and for a cultural walking experience. Thinking about lunch? Jardin des Tuileries is a superb park to have a picnic, whether you pack your own or grab some food to go! From June-August, this park hosts the Fête de Tuileries.

10 must see places in paris in summer

ParisByM can help you plan your trip and save on your hotel in Paris : we can book your tickets for the monument visits, spare you time waiting in line, help you find a hotel in your budget, and provide you a full itinerary of what to do in Paris for the length of your stay.