Which destinations do visitors often visit when traveling to Paris? (Part 2)

Part 1 here https://adskyber.com/destinations-europe/22-which-destinations-do-visitors-often-visit-when-traveling-to-paris-part-1

8. The Triumphal Arch

Referring to Paris, outside the Eiffel Tower, the Triumphal Arch is also mentioned by many tourists as a famous historical symbol of France. The Triumphal Arch is located at the end of the Champs-Elysées, between the Étoile square, the city's tourist focus area. This is also the venue for festivals, events or celebrating sports victories.

9. The Sainte-Chapelle Church

Sainte-Chapelle (meaning Chapel of the Holy Cross) is a Catholic church located on dele de la Cité Island, in District 1 of Paris. This work was built by King Louis IX in the mid-13th century, devoted to the relics of Jesus. Sainte-Chapelle is a typical Gothic architectural style, today one of the important tourist destinations of Paris.

10. Luxembourg Garden

Luxembourg Garden is located in District 6 of the city, is a place to walk, meet students, Parisians and tourists alike. The whole garden covers nearly 23 hectares surrounding the Luxembourg palace, and many monuments and several other buildings.

11. Basilica of Sacré-Cœur and Monmartre

The Basilica of Sacré-Cœur is a famous Catholic cathedral of Paris located atop Montmartre hill, in District 18.

Montmartre is a neighborhood of Paris, located on a large hill in District 18. It used to be a gathering place for many famous painters, plus the church of Sacré-Cœur, small streets, cafes and restaurants. ...

12. Panthéon Place

The Panthéon is a church built to preserve the relics of St. Geneviève. Visitors can visit the temple in the hills of Sainte-Geneviève, in the 5th District of Paris. Currently the Panthéon is a burial place and honors historical figures and people who have made a name for France.

13. Vosges Square

This is the oldest square of Paris, located in the Marais district. Around the Vosges square, there are separate cafés and art galleries. In addition, there is Victor Hugo's house.

14. Vendôme Square

Vendôme Square is one of Paris's famous squares, located in District 1 of the city. The square with the rectangle is cut in four corners to form an octagon. Do not plant trees or decorate monuments, the square only has a 44-meter-high Vendôme pillar in the middle and street lights.

This is one of the most luxurious areas of the city, Vendôme Square is surrounded by expensive, luxury shops such as Chanel, Cartier, Bvlgari ... and important addresses like the headquarters of the Ministry of Justice and guests. Ritz Hotel ...

15. National Center for Arts and Culture Georges-Pompidou

This is where you'll find the world's second largest collection of modern and contemporary artworks with many masterpieces around the globe. This museum is located in District 4, has more than 60,000 works of art composed from 1905 up to now. Today Pompidou center welcomes about 5.3 million visitors a year, ranking third in attracting tourists in Paris after the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower.

 

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