Notre Dame de Paris et Saint-Michel / Saint-GermainRER B station St Michel Notre Dame or Bus 38 stop Saint Michel-Saint Germain.
On the Ile de la Cité, the Sainte-Chapelle is a jewel of Gothic architecture. Carved stone, stained glass windows and rose windows are brilliant testimonies of the art of the Middle Ages.
The Arc de Triomphe and the Champs Elysées.Metro line 6 station Charles de Gaulle étoile.
The Arc de Triomphe celebrates the victories of Napoleon. Its observation terrace, open to the public, offers a unique panorama of the Place de l'Étoile and the great perspective of the Louvre at La Défense.
The Sacrée Coeur and Montmartre.Metro line 4 Barbès-Rochechouart station.
Dominating Paris from the top of the Montmartre hill, the Sacré-Coeur offers a unique panoramic view, and the nearby Place du Tertre, with its painters and caricaturists.
The Eiffel TowerMetro line 6 station Bir-Hakeim.
From the top of its 324 meters, the Eiffel Tower, nicknamed "Iron Lady", dominates Paris since 1889. Every evening, its glittering gives it the appearance of a sparkling diamond.
The Louvre MuseumBus line 68 stop Pont Royal-Quai Voltaire.
Behind its pyramid, the Louvre, the largest museum in the world, exhibits the Mona Lisa, but also unique collections of Egyptian and Greek antiquities, paintings and sculptures, not to mention the Napoleon III apartments and the Crown Jewels.
The TrocaderoMetro line 6 Trocadero station.
Between the curved wings of the colossal Palais de Chaillot, emblematic of the 1930s, the terraces and gently sloping gardens, lined with Caucasian walnut trees and hundred-year-old hazel trees, are strewn with golden bronzes.
The OperaBus line 68 Stop Opera 4 September.
A masterpiece of architecture and a mecca for music and dance, the Opéra Garnier and its famous ceiling painted by Chagall are open to the public on a guided tour.
The Montparnasse Towerline 6 or 4 station Montparnasse Welcome or by foot 20 mn.
Without waiting and in just 38 seconds, discover the Eiffel Tower right in front of you for an eternal souvenir. The Panoramic Observatory of the Montparnasse Tower offers you a unique view of the capital and its monuments.
Orsay MuseumBus line 68 stop Rue du Bac-Rene Char.
On the banks of the Seine, it is in a former train station that became the Musée d'Orsay that the most beautiful impressionist collections are presented. The museum also presents vast collections of sculptures, architecture and photography.
Georges Pompidou CenterBus line 38 stop Les Halles Centre Georges Pompidou.
The National Museum of Modern Art, in its futuristic building, holds more than 100,000 works from the 20th and 21st centuries, making it Europe's premier collection of modern and contemporary art. The climb up the outdoor escalators and the view from its terrace is an amazing experience.
The Pantheon and the Jardin du LuxembourgRER B station Luxembourg or Bus line 38 stop Luxembourg.
Originally planned in the 18th century as a church to house the shrine of Saint Genevieve, this monument has been used since the French Revolution to honor great figures in French history
Stade de FranceRER line B station of La Plaine - Stade de France
Activities within walking distance of the Lion Hotel.
The Catacombs of Paris1 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris (Place Denfert-Rochereau)
Term used to name the municipal ossuary, are originally part of the old underground quarries. They were transformed into a municipal ossuary at the end of the eighteenth century with the transfer of the remains of about six million individuals, evacuated from various Parisian cemeteries until 1861 for reasons of public health.
Museum of the Liberation of Paris - General Leclerc Museum - Jean Moulin Museum4 Avenue du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris (Place Denfert-Rochereau)
This double museum is dedicated to Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque and Jean Moulin, two personalities of the Free French during the Second World War. Through their destiny, the museum presents the course of the war, the fate of occupied France and the actions of the Resistance.
Cartier Foundation261 boulevard Raspail 75014 Paris
The Fondation Cartier is an exhibition and creative space for artists, and a place for encounters with the public through the organization of conferences, concerts, and shows related to the temporary exhibitions.
The cemetery of Montparnasse3, boulevard Edgar-Quinet 75014 Paris
With its 19 hectares, the second largest intramural necropolis in Paris is also one of the most important green spaces in the capital. This vast, flat and regular necropolis is a true haven of peace, in the heart of one of the city's most animated districts.
Parc Montsouris2, rue Gazan 75014 Paris
The Montsouris park is the favorite place to relax for the students of the nearby Cité Universitaire, who take advantage of the large lawns accessible to the public as soon as the weather is fine. Take a rest in the shade of its 1,400 trees, many of which are over a hundred years old.