12 Best Things To Do In Paris To Explore Like A Local

Paris, the city of love, the city of La Vie En Rose, the city of everything fancy, the city with grandeur of the past and the charm of the present; they say a bad day in Paris is still better than a good day anywhere else!

A dream destination that tops the bucket-list of every traveller, Paris never fails to entice you. And although the city is drop-dead gorgeous, it can get quite overwhelming to plan a trip here; owing to its diverse array of activities and points of interest.

Let's explore 12 best things to do in Paris:

1. Explore the Eiffel Tower and Cruise on the Seine River

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Think Paris and the first image strikes our mind is of the majestic Eiffel Tower. This architectural marvel is one of the most visited attractions in the world; any Paris trip is incomplete without a visit to this landmark. The stunning panorama of the city from the top of the tower will linger in your memories for a lifetime.

Another highlight of your Paris trip is the cruise over the Seine River. A beautiful city in the backdrop, the calm and surreal beauty of Seine and an experience to cherish; what more can you ask for!

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If you have just a couple of days at hand, the queues at the tower and the cruise ride can take up a lot of time. Beat the queues, book the exclusive Eiffel tower and Seine River Cruise Ride!

Highlights of the Eiffel Tower and Cruise on the Seine River tour:

  • Two Best Views In Paris - From The Iconic Eiffel Tower And The Scenic Seine River.
  • Also includes highlights of the city like Sacre Coeur Montmartrel and Notre Dame. 

What is included:

  • Special Access to the Eiffel Tower with pre-purchased tickets to the top
  • Pre-purchased tickets for a Seine river cruise; no waiting in line to buy them (use them anytime over the next 6 months, day or evening)

2. Discover the Notre Dame Cathedral

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One of the oldest Gothic cathedrals in the world, Notre Dame Cathedral is the heart of Paris. Its mystic interiors, gigantic towers and stunning architecture make it one of the best places to visit in Paris. Set on the island of circ;le de la Cité on River Seine, this UNESCO World heritage site is a must-visit in Paris.

This Notre Dame And Ile De La Cite Tour With Visit Of The Sainte Chapelle enables you to beat the queues at the Cathedral and also includes a visit to the near-by Sainte Chapelle which was once the private chapel of King Louis IX.

Highlights of the Notre Dame Cathedral tour:

  • Visit to Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Visit to Sainte Chapelle
  • Visit to the site of city’s founding right in the middle of the Seine River 

What is included:

  • Skip-the-Line access to Sainte Chapelle
  • Entertaining commentary with an expert English-speaking guide
  • Intimate group of 20 people or fewer
  • Audio headsets when needed so you can always hear your guide

3. The Famed Mona Lisa at Louvre

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This one doesn’t need a lot of explanation. Louvre museum is one of the greatest collections of art in the entire world and needless to say attracts tons of tourists every year. While the 35000 exhibits are a whole big lot to explore in one trip to Paris, you simply can’t just miss out the highlights of the Louvre museum as starters!

Highlights of the Louvre museum tour:

  • Meet The Mona Lisa: The guide makes sure you don’t get lost in the huge museum and takes you to the exact spots of the landmarks including the world-famous painting of Mona Lisa.
  • Get Personal Attention: Magical masterpieces explained with minute detailing by the guide to the group of less than 6 people. 

What is included:

  • An English-only speaking local expert guide
  • Groups of just six people or fewer
  • Pre-purchased tickets to the Louvre Museum

4. Stroll Around the Musee d Orsay Tour

Musee D’Orsay’s Art Collection  - ImageImage source: flickr/JoedeSousa

This petite museum is often under-rated because of the glorious Louvre but is nonetheless replete with beautiful masterpieces from artists like Monet, Cézanne, Degas, and Delacroix. The museum is also home to the Vincent Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night Over The Rhone', and Renoir’s ‘Bal du Moulin de la Galette.’

Book the Masterpieces Of Musee D Orsay Tour and explore the beautiful collection of Musee d Orsay!

Highlights of the  Musee d Orsay tour:

  • Golden Age Of Art: Explore The Golden Age Of Art In Paris And Discover How It Inspired The Revolutionary Art Movements Of Impressionism And Post-impressionism
  • Largest, Impressionist Collection: See The Highlights Of The Musee D’Orsay’s Art Collection - The Largest Collection Of Impressionism In The World - In Just Two Hours With Our Expert Guide And A Pre-planned, Researched Route
  • Fascinating Stories: Learn The Fascinating Stories Behind Iconic Artworks And Their Creators From Your Expert, English-speaking Guide.

What is included:

  • Skip the Line Access to Musée d’Orsay and its world-famous art collection
  • A carefully researched and planned tour that enables you to see and learn more in just two hours
  • An expert, English-speaking tour guide and audio headsets

5. The Stunning Palace of Versailles

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This royal castle is the epitome of monarchy in France and within its huge premises, exhibits fantastic architecture and art. The beautiful apartments, the strikingly well-landscaped gardens and the mind-blowing collection of art, collectibles and objects used by the royalty are a must-observe.

Located at around 20 kilometres away from Paris, the Palace of Versailles has huge queues and a vast area that will engulf you at the first look. Skip the lines and get a guided tour of the stunning property with Full Day Versailles VIP Behind Locked Doors tours.

Highlights of the Palace of Versailles tour:

  • Behind The Gilded Doors: of the 2,300 rooms At Versailles Only A Handful Are Open To The Public. Let City Wonders Open Those Doors And Give You Unparalleled Access To The Luxurious Apartments And Rooms Hidden Behind Lock And Key.
  • The Quiet Life: Life At Versailles Isn’t All Over-the-top Opulence. See The Hidden Corridors Where Marie Antoinette Made Her Escape And Tour The Petit Trianon And Hamlet Where She Would Retreat From The Responsibilities Of Royal Life.
  • Feel Relaxed: With Groups Of Just 15 People Of Fewer, Your Day Will Be Intimate And Relaxed, Allowing You To Connect With Your English Speaking Guide And The Stories And Information Shared.

What is included:

  • Guided tour of the Palace and Gardens of Versailles with an English speaking expert local guide.
  • VIP access to hidden rooms and private apartments, opened specially for your group.
  • Guided visit inside Marie Antoinette’s beautiful private home at the Petit Trianon and around her gardens and rural hamlet
  • Small groups of just 15 people or fewer.
  • Escorted train travel to and from central Paris
  • Headsets so that you don’t miss a moment

6. The Fairytale Escape to Loire Valley

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Take this tour and you’ll be delighted for two reasons- the gorgeous and majestic chateaus that look straight out of the fairy tale and the French wine with cheeses that will make you feel good about everything around you! The Loire Valley Castles and Wine Tasting tour includes visit to the Chteau de Chambord which was the inspiration for the Disney movie ‘Beauty and the Beast’. The fantastic range of French wines and a classic French meal just makes it better!

Highlights of the Loire Valley Castle tour:

  • See Two Of The Most Famous Castles In The World: Chteau De Chambord, Which Inspired Disney’s uo;Beauty And The Beast”, And Chteau De Chenonceau. You’ll Enjoy An Optional Wine Tasting At Chenonceau And A Wine Tasting And Lunch At Nitray, The Lovely, Privately-owned Castle And Winery.
  • Explore The Castles Of The Loire Valley: We Cover The Two Most Famous Castles In The Loire Valley, One Which Inspired Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast’ And One So Popular, Its Visitor Numbers Are Exceeded Only By The Palace Of Versailles!
  • Taste The Famous Loire Valley Wines: Enjoy A Guided Red And White Wine Tasting, Winery Tour, And Lunch At Family-owned Nitray Plus An Optional Wine Tasting At Popular Chateau Chenonceau, From Their Own Vines Grown In The Castle Grounds.
  • Sit Back, Relax And Enjoy The French Countryside: Our Day Trips From Paris Take You Into The Heart Of The French Countryside Where You’ll See Stunning Scenery And Pass Through Beautiful Towns. We’ve Organized Transport And All The Details Too So You Can Sit Back And Relax.

What is included:

  • Access and all entry fees to three of the most interesting Loire Valley castles
  • Lunch and wine tasting at Nitray plus an optional wine tasting at Chenonceau.
  • Return transport from Paris on a comfortable air-conditioned coach
  • Expert, English-speaking tour coordinator to accompany you throughout our day trip from Paris
  • Audio headsets when appropriate so you can always hear your guide.

7. The Paris Catacombs Underground Tour

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Hidden underneath the beautiful city of Paris is a darker hue of the catacombs. Welcoming you with its alarming inscription of ‘Halt, this is the realm of death’, the catacombs of Paris is the site which serves as a resting place for more than 6 million Parisians dating back to the 18th century.

The Paris Catacombs Underground Tour will take you through the layers of skulls and bones lining the walls and arches and combined with poems and literary passages.

Highlights of the Catacombs Underground tour:

  • The Bone Museum: With Your Expert Guide Leading The Way, Explore The Mysterious, Labyrinthine Paris Catacombs, Filled With The Skulls And Bones Of More Than Six Million Parisians!
  • Timeless Tales: Discover The Incredible 2,000-year History Of The Catacombs And Hear The Timeless Tales Of Some Of Its Incredible "residents."
  • Make Every Moment Memorable: Avoid The Long Lines For Buying Tickets And Enter With Our Skip The Line Access. You’ll Appreciate Saving Your Time And Energy To Enjoy Every Moment Of This Out-of-this-world Experience!

What is included:

  • Explore the dark underworld of the Paris Catacombs, one of the world's most unique museums, in a group limited to 19
  • Our Skip the Line Access takes you past long lines, directly inside
  • Discover the history and legends of the Catacombs from our expert, English-speaking guide

8. The Darkers Side of Paris

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If you are a fan of anything grey, nocturnal and mystic; this is the right tour for you. The Paris Ghost, Legends and Mysteries Tour takes you through the winding alleys and cobbled streets of the old city and spans over places like Square Du Vert-Galant and Saint-Germain-l'auxerrois that are surrounded with legends and myths!

Highlights of the tour:

  • Tumultuous History, Colorful Characters: Soak Up The Atmosphere Of Nocturnal Paris While Your Guide Shares Dramatic Tales Of Paris’ Turbulent History And Describes The All-too-human Side Of Those Who Shaped It.
  • Popular Places With Infamous Pasts: Discover The Infamous Past Of The Romantic Square Du Vert-Galant, The 7th Century Church Of Saint-Germain-l’Auxerrois, And The Palais De Justice
  • Dark Alleys, Dark Deeds: Boldly Explore Dark Streets And Alleyways While Your Expert Guide Shares Tales Of Murder And Mayhem.

What is included:

  • Discover Paris’ dark side, its turbulent history and colorful characters
  • Experience well-known Parisian sites in a whole new light and visit others rarely seen on tours
  • In a small group of up to 20 people, hear and interact easily with our expert, English-speaking guide

9. Visit to the Hidden Montmartre

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A Mecca for art lovers; Montmartre is the place where you can observe artists at work that contribute to the beauty of this city. With the Hidden Paris Guided Visit Of Old Montmartre tour, you can walk around the cobbled streets and the unexplored alleys of Paris that is dotted with artists painting on the street, restaurants and the cabarets that are quintessentially Parisian!

Highlights of the Hidden Montmartre tour:

  • Artist’s Montmartre: See The Artist’s Montmartre, Unchanged For Decades - The Studios, Cabarets And Restaurants That They Made Famous.
  • Amelie And The Sacré Coeur: Take A Look In On Amelie From The World Famous 2001 Film, As We See The Café Where She Worked And Other Locations Of The Popular Film. Enjoy Spectacular Views Across Paris From The Famous Sacré Coeur.
  • Clos Montmartre Vineyard And Wine Tasting: Enjoy A Guided Visit Of The Vineyard, Followed By A Tasting Of Their Clos Montmartre Wine.

What is included:

  • Guided visit of Montmartre
  • Entrance and guided visit of the Clos Montmartre vineyard with local Montmartre guide and wine tasting
  • Groups of 25 or fewer
  • Headsets where appropriate so you can always hear your guide.

10. The Burial Place Of The Great

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One of the most popular cemeteries of Paris, this one is special owing to the famous names that rest here in peace. From American musician Jim Morrison to Irish writer Oscar Wilde, legendary musician like Chopin to the La Vie En Rose singer Eidth Piyaf, this Cemetry will touch you.

Take the Pere Lachaise Cemetery tour and the expert guide will take you through its hidden nooks and corners and will enlighten you about the various stories of the people buried here.

Highlights of the Pere Lachaise Cemetery tour:

  • Visit The Graves Of Jim Morrison, Oscar Wilde And More! Pere Lachaise Cemetery Is Home To Some Of The World’s Most Famous Artists, From Jim Morrison To Oscar Wilde, Chopin, Edith Piaf, Delacroix And Géricault.
  • Explore A Quiet Corner Of Paris, off The Beaten Path: Located Just Minutes From The Center Of Paris, Pere Lachaise Cemetery Is Surprisingly Quiet, Offering A Beautiful And Peaceful Escape From The City.
  • Dig A Little Deeper: With An Expert, English-speaking Guide And Groups Of Only 25 People Or Fewer, Your Paris Cemetery Tour Will Be Intimate And Your Guide Easy To Interact With As They Tell You The Stories Behind The Headstones.

What is included:

  • Expert, English-speaking guide
  • Guided storytelling tour of Paris's famous cemetery
  • Groups of only 25 people or fewer

11. Re-live D-Day At The Beaches Of Normandy

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This D-Day beaches Of Normandy Tour walks you through the stories and happenings of D-Day; which was one of the gravest attacks during the World War II. Taking you to places like the Utah Beach, The American Cemetery, Pointe Du Hoc, and Omaha Beach, the tour guide also elaborates the strategies of D-Day, the ferocious fight and the tales of the fallen soldiers.

Highlights of the D-Day beaches of Normandy tour:

  • Four Important Sites: Especially Designed For U.S. Visitors, This Emotional And Educational Tour Visits The Four Most Important Sites Of The D-Day Landings: Utah Beach, The American Cemetery, Pointe Du Hoc, And Omaha Beach (seen From The Cemetery)
  • Brave Soldiers: An Expert, English-speaking Guide Will Recount Stories Of The Extraordinary Determination And Bravery Of The Soldiers While You Marvel At The Challenging Terrain They Faced Under Fire.
  • Taste Of Normandy: You’ll Relax And Enjoy A Taste Of Normandy With An Authentic Apple Cider And Calvados Tasting At A Farm And A Traditional Lunch At A Local Restaurant In A Charming, Little Port.

What is included:

  • Round-trip transportation from central Paris
  • Admission to the Utah Beach Museum and visits to Pointe du Hoc and the Normandy American Cemetery
  • Visitor Center overlooking Omaha Beach.
  • Traditional cider-tasting at a local farm and two-course lunch in a restaurant
  • An expert guide who will give you a greater understanding of this extraordinary time in history

12. Authentic Paris Experience

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Explore the city of Paris like an insider, experience Paris with this Paris - Sights And Real Local Life tour and enjoy homemade meals at Parisian homes, ride a bike around its pleasant streets, take a walking tour in Paris’s bests neighbourhoods!

Highlights of the Paris - Sights And Real Local Life tour:

  • First Time In Paris With Petra: If You're In Paris For The First Time, You Should Take This Tour, Petra Will Show You All The Main Sights. You'll Be Strolling And Eating Ice Cream.
  • French Goodies At Parisian Home: Taste A Real Homemade Dinner At Franoise's Home
  • Magical Eiffel Tower At Night: Admire The Eiffel Tower At Its Best: At Night!
  • Local Market And Bike Ride Along Canal: Transform Into A Real Parisian, Go See A Local Market And Bike Along The Canal Saint Martin
  • Notre Dame, Bridge And Chocolate: Discover The Majestic Notre Dame And Stop For The Best Chocolate In Paris on The Way
  • A Trip To The Future: Go Explore The Futuristic Quarter La Défense
  • Around Montmartre: Stroll Through Charming Montmartre - See Sacre Coeur And Moulin Rouge
  • A Hanging Garden Stroll: Go For A Walk In Unique Gardens Made On Former Rail Tracks
  • Louvre Cheerfully: Skip The Line At Louvre.

What is included:

  • Tailor-made travel guidebook with all maps, plans, arranged activities, interesting and fun information.
  • Special guidebook and activities for children (look here for a special family trip option)
  • 24/7 support on the phone
  • Activities with locals: First time in Paris with Petra, French goodies at Parisian home

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Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Paris, France

Must see places in Paris ranked on popularity. Here is the complete list of best attractions in Paris and point of interests to visit.

  1. Eiffel Tower

    #1 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Eiffel Tower

    Tags: View Point, Monument, Tower, Architecture

    Address: Champ de Mars, 5 Avenue Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

    Timings: 09:00 am - 11:59 pm Details

    "I ought to be jealous of the tower. It is more famous than I am. Thus spoke Gustave Eiffel of his iconic creation. Raised in 1889 as the doorway curve to the 1889 World's Fair, on the Champs de Mars ...Read more

  2. Louvre Museum

    #2 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Louvre Museum

    Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Museum

    Address: Musee du Louvre, 75001 Paris, France

    Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

    The Musee du Louvre French Museum is known as the Louvre Museum in English, or The Louvre. It is one of the planet's biggest museums, and a noteworthy landmark. A centrally located milestone of Paris,...Read more

  3. Musee D Orsay

    #3 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Musee D Orsay

    Tags: Art Museum, Museum, Outdoors

    Address: 5 Quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris, France

    Timings: 09:30 am - 06:00 pm Details

    An absolute must-see for art-novices and connoisseurs alike, Musee D’Orsay deserves all the attention it receives. The museum boasts of an impressive collection of Impressionist art. Artistes li...Read more

  4. Notre Dame Cathedral

    #4 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Notre Dame Cathedral

    Tags: Religious Site, Architecture , Cathedral , Sculpture

    Address: 6 Parvis Notre-Dame, Place Jean-Paul II, 75004 Paris

    Timings: 08:00 am - 06:45 pm Details

    If you are wondering where Paris’ heart lies, then it is here. Also known as Our Lady of Paris, this cathedral is said to be one of the first Gothic cathedrals whose construction took place duri...Read more

  5. Luxembourg Gardens

    #5 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Luxembourg Gardens

    Tags: Garden, Nature

    Address: 6e Arrondissement, 75006 Paris, France

    Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details

    Inspired by the Boboli Gardens, Luxembourg gardens are a green haven in middle of mostly-grey Paris. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and impressive fountains, the gardens are adorned by t...Read more

  6. Arc De Triomphe

    #6 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Arc De Triomphe

    Tags: Landmark, Memorial, Monument

    Address: Charles de Gaulle, 75008 Paris, France

    Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details

    The Arc de Triomphe de l'etoile is a standout amongst the most celebrated international landmarks in Paris. It stands in the middle of the Place Charles de Gaulle which was initially named Place de l'...Read more

  7. River Seine

    #7 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    River Seine

    Tags: River, Cruise

    Address: River Seine, Paris

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    What could be more romantic than watching the sunset while you sip on wine with your loved one, followed by a sumptuous French meal; all on one of the most romantic rivers in the world? A cruise on Ri...Read more

  8. Sacre Coeur Montmartrel

    #8 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Sacre Coeur Montmartrel

    Tags: Church, Religious Site, Landmark

    Address: 35 Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018 Paris, France

    Timings: 06:00 am - 10:30 pm Details

    The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, usually regarded as the Sacre-Coeur Basilica, is a Roman Catholic God's house and minor basilica, committed to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, in Paris, France. A...Read more

  9. Sainte Chapelle

    #9 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Sainte Chapelle

    Tags: Church, Religious Site, Performance

    Address: 8 Boulevard du Palais, 75001 Paris, France

    Timings: 09:30 am - 05:00 pm Details

    What can you say about a place that’ll engage your eyes and ears at the same time? If you ever wanted to feel close to Christ, this is a really good place to visit. Louis IX, who was looking to ...Read more

  10. Musee De L' Orangerie

    #10 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Musee De L' Orangerie

    Tags: Museum

    Address: Jardin Tuileries, 75001 Paris, France

    Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

    Prepare to be enraptured by panoramic Monet masterpieces at the Musee de L’Orangerie. The museum exhibits impressionist and post impressionist paintings that are exhibited in a non-crowded fashi...Read more

  11. Palais Garnier

    #11 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Palais Garnier

    Tags: Entertainment, Architecture , Opera House, Heritage Building

    Address: 8 Rue Scribe, 75009 Paris, France

    Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

    Palais Garnier is a real pleasure to visit; steeped in glorious history and still maintaining a Beaux-Arts feel, the building is nostalgic of a Paris of the past. Splendid to look at, the Palais Garni...Read more

  12. Pont Alexandre Iii

    #12 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Pont Alexandre Iii

    Tags: Landmark, Bridge, Walking Area, Historical Site

    Address: Cours la Reine, Quai d'Orsay, 75008, France

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    The foundation stone for this beautiful, extravagant and ornate bridge laid in 1896 by the man who would go on to become the last Tsar of Russia, Emperor Nicolas II;the bridge is named after his fathe...Read more

  13. Rodin Museum

    #13 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Rodin Museum

    Tags: Art Museum, Museum, Architecture

    Address: 79 Rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France

    Timings: 11:30 am - 08:30 pm Details

    The Musee Rodin in Paris, France, is a famous art gallery that was opened in 1919. It was committed to the works of the French artist Auguste Rodin. It also has two centre destinations, at the Hotel B...Read more

  14. Champs Elysees

    #14 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris
    Champs Elysees

    Tags: Outdoors, Garden, Walking Area, Broadway

    Address: Champs-Elysees, Paris, France

    Timings: 24-hrs Details

    The Avenue des Champs-Elysees is a famous road in Paris, its ends marked by The Arc de Triopmphe and the Place de la Concorde. Originally the site of market gardens, this avenue represents the crown o...Read more

  15. Montmartre

    #15 of 4278 Things To Do in Paris

    Tags: Walking Area, Historical Site, Shopping Center, Arts And Crafts

    Address: Montmartre, 75008 Paris, France

    Timings: 06:00 am - 10:30 pm Details

    250 A.D - St. Denis is decapitated on a hill, which would come to be known as the “Mount of the Martyr.”  Years later, one of the most beautiful basilicas of the world would be erecte...Read more

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