6. Pont Alexandre III
Paris is the setting of all beautiful things. As worldwide known; it is the city of romance, where you can enjoy doing multiple romantic activities with your partner. Pont Alexandre III; is among the most beautiful and amorous bridges in the world. It was inaugurated on the occasion of the Universal Exhibition of 1900. The bridges fantastic architecture and wonderful geographical location make it the most emblematic one of the most emblematic spots in Paris.
This is the building of the National Opera of Paris. King Louis XIV founded Opéra national de Paris in the 17th century. Since then it has been housing opera shows. It is quite impossible to travel to Paris and not enjoy an opera show; especially if it is in The Palais Garnier which was aesthetically designed by the architect Charles Garnier. The Palais Garnier attracts a great number of tourists yearly, due to its mythical spaces and sites in particular: the Bassin de la Pythie, the Grand Stairway, and the Foyer de la Dance.
8. The Hotel National des Invalides
It came to existence in 1670 to be an honour to the French capital Paris; it’s Les Invalides. The primary function of this complex was to receive the veterans of the French army. However, its actual function has become to house military museums and to be a touristic site, a hospice and a barrack. These multiple missions and the tombs of famous history heroes including Napoleon Bonaparte make it an outstanding place to see whilst in Paris.
It sounds cool from its name. It was created by Renzo Piano and Richard Rogers; this is an iconic marvel of twentieth-century architecture. It has become famous for its outdoor escalators. Centre Pompidou is the home of the National Museum of Modern Art as it houses art collections of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. It is the place where a vast library, theatre, exhibitions, debates, spectacles and many others can be found. You see it’s a really cool tourist attraction.
This is the most viewed and visited monument in Paris. This is a marvel of Gothic architecture and masterpiece of Paris, why not if its construction began in the 13th and ended in the 15th. Tourists adore climbing the towers of Notre Dame because it feels like viewing the whole history of Paris. Almost all the astounding monuments and tourist attractions of Paris are seen from here including the Eiffel Tower and Sacre-Coeur.