Have you ever been to Paris with your partner? If not, then you must visit at least once before you end up getting busy building your family. Paris, the capital city of France, is the most romantic place to visit having the famous century-old landmark- Eiffel Tower. Known for its cafe culture and designer boutique, Paris attracts couples to explore every corner of the city. There are some famous buildings in Paris, which are worth to explore.

If you are asked the names of 10 places in the world, where you dream of visiting, then Paris will definitely be one of them. This is not us, it says Forbes.

 Forbes ranked Paris third among the top ten most visited cities in the world (1).

 Every lover added that once in life, he should tell some happy moments under the Eiffel Tower. A city that thrills art lovers from all over the world.

 Where every artist of the world comes to feel complete. If you want to go to Paris then definitely  visit these highly visited monument  because without seeing these monument, your vision of Paris, the capital of France, will remain incomplete –

If you are looking for places to visit in Paris, then we have bought the list of six such places that you should explore.

6 Most Highly-Visited Monument List In Paris

1. Le Invalides

Les Invelids

Built-in the 17th CenturyCentury, Les Invalides is one of the popular places to see in Paris and is the famous hospital standing as a prime example of Baroque architecture. The tomb is richly decorated tomb of Napoleon Bonaparte. It comes with a shimmering golden dome and distinctive Baroque feature. The landmark is located near the Bank of the Seine. Built by Louis XIV, it was a retirement home for France war veterans.

There are multiple interesting points in the complex, which are worth to explore. Some of this are- Musée de l’Armée (Army Museum), Musée des Plans-Reliefs (Museum of Military Models), Musée d’Histoire Contemporaine (Museum of Contemporary History) and the Tomb of Napoleon I.

With its strange name, this tourist destination boasts some of the finest wonders inside it. People who are interested in Saina and war.

 They must come to this place once. This group of buildings boasts the military history of France inside itself. In other words, it is the war museum of France.

 Built in the 17th century, this building was built by Louis 14th as a hospital and shelter.

 Where wounded soldiers were treated and families of the dead soldiers used to get shelter. The tomb of many soldiers can also be seen here.

If you are visiting this monument, then you need to make sure you prepare an excellent itinerary. Kids under 18 are entitled to free entry.


Opening Hours: 1 April to 31 October: Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm; 1 November to 31 March: Monday to Sunday, from 10 am to 5 pm.

2- Notre Dame Cathedral Paris

When you are in Paris, and not exploring the cathedral location, then you are having an incomplete trip to Paris. One of the famous monuments of France, Notre Dame Cathedral Paris. Built between 1163 and 1245, the monument is the oldest gothic cathedral, and the name means “Our Lady and is dedicated to the Blessed Virgin.

Over the last few centuries, the monument underwent several restorations, and the most significant was during 1845 taking twenty-five years to complete. There are two different towers standing 226 ft. (69 metres) giving the best panoramic view of the Paris. You can access these towers on the North Tower (Rue du Cloitre) which has 387 steep steps.

Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the major attractions of Paris which is a beautiful tourist destination that attracts tourists.

It is one of the most enduring symbols of Paris, is a splendid example of French Gothic architecture in France and Europe.

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 Notre Dame Cathedral is known for its portals surrounded by many beautiful statues and gargoyles.

 Notre Dame Cathedral has 387 steps. You must visit this beautiful tourist destination during Paris tourism.


  • Monday – Friday: 7:45 am to 6:45 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday: 8 am to 7:15 pm

3- Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum is one of the important places to visit in Paris where you can go back to the middle ages. It is the world’s largest and most visited museums. It was built in the 12th-century by Philippe II Auguste, King of France, as a defensive fortress. Over the centuries, the museum witnessed expansion multiple times, including Pierre Lescot in the 16th CenturyCentury and Louis Le Vau in the 17th.

During the French Revolution in 1793, Louvre Museum was transformed into a state-owned museum. The museum houses around 4, 00,000 pieces of different collections divided into nine departments including- Decorative Arts; Egyptian Antiquities; Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Antiquities; Near Eastern Antiquities; Islamic Art; Paintings; etc. Some of the popular sections in the museum are- Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Classical Greece, Rome, the European Middle Ages, etc.

The Louvre Museum is a spectacular tourist destination included in the list of major tourist spots of the Eiffel Tower.

 The Louvre Museum is among the most visited art museums in the world. Located in the center of the beautiful city of Paris, Paris and close to the Eiffel Tower, it is known as the first choice of tourists.

 The Louvre Museum is a historic building and recognizes as a former royal palace. The Louvre Museum collection is divided into eight departments to accommodate the convenience of tourists.


9 am- 6 pm all days

4-  Montmartre Hill

Montmartre Hill 

If you want to visit famous French landmarks, then Montmartre Hill is the one to visit in Paris. The place is known for its cobbled streets, stunning Basilica, artists, bistros and many other. It is located on the top of the small hill and is quite a famous Parisian district. Strolling in the lanes and spending some good time at the street side cafe is an amazing experience. You can even enjoy exploring the museum and visit the top of Sacré-Cœur. The atmosphere of the place is quite peaceful, and there are many gardens and vineyards around. Do visit the Clos Montmartre is the most visited place, especially during the autumn season. One of the famous landmarks is the Moulin Rouge. This windmill has no agricultural function.

Tourists visiting the Eiffel Tower must visit the beautiful Montmartre Hill in Paris. Situated in the northern part of Paris, this hill is situated at an altitude of about 130 meters above sea level.

 This hill is famous for its white domed basilica of the topmost sacred heart. Which was completed in 1919 and honors the French victims of the Franco-Prussian war of 1870.

5-  Palace of Versailles

Being listed in the list of World Heritage Site for more than the last 30 years, the Palace of Versailles is one of the beautiful places to see in Paris. If you are wondering what to see in Paris? Then the Palace of Versailles is the one to visit. Built-in the 17th CenturyCentury, the palace has many olden collections of paintings and sculptures of great figures.

Located 16 kilometres southwest of Paris, the palace underwent many transformations. Louis XIV, who ruled France for 72 years, transformed the palace by placing Louis XIIIs chateau in the north and south. There are a series of gardens accommodating the palace having sculptures. To explore the palace, you will need an entire day and is worth it.

The Chateau de Versailles Palace is the most famous palace in France.This palace was known as a symbol of French military power during the 17th century.

 These historic buildings highlight its vastness in the form of gardens and terraces. Seeing its beauty, tourists get enchanted.

 The Palace of Versailles’s extraordinary dwellings, Renaissance art, lavish decorations and furniture are worth visiting. This place remains a center of attraction among tourists.

6- Pantheon

Pantheon is the next highly visited monument in Paris and was established before the Eiffel Tower. It was the first big monument that gave the panoramic view of the Paris. The monument is located in the Latin Quarter, very close to the Jardin du Luxembourg. It was built between 1764 and 1790, to combine the gothic architecture of the Greek architecture.

One of the famous buildings in Paris, you can divide your visit to this monument in two ways. Firstly, visit the interior where you will love the decoration. Secondly, visit Crypt that contains the illustration of tombs made by French citizens like Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo, Marie Curie, Louis Braille, and others.

The Pantheon tourist destination is a representation of neo-classical architecture and is located in the Pantheon Latin Quarter.

 The Pantheon was built as a church based on the Pantheon of Rome dedicated to St. Genevieve.

 A cellar below the church is the last resting place of noted poets, scientists, writers and philosophers. Apart from these, it also includes Marie Curie, Alexander Dumas and Victor Hugo etc.


  • 2 January to 31 March: Open every day from 10 am to 6 pm
  • 1 April to 30 September: Open every day from 10 am to 6:30 pm
  • 1 October to 31 December: Open every day from 10 am to 6 pm