As the symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower is a landmark bringing many to the great city every year. It is sure to be one of the first stops you will want to make while you are there. Designed in 1889 for the World Fair, the Eiffel Tower stands 984 feet tall, and is a true beauty. Stairs can take visitors to the first and second floors, where a great deal of Paris information awaits. An elevator can take you to the last floor where the beautiful city can be viewed. See the Eiffel Tower at 7e Arrondissement, Paris.
Cathedrale Notre-Dame de Paris (Notre Dame Cathedral) is a site that will absolutely amaze you at your very first site. This is the world's first Gothic site, with construction beginning on the building in 1163, and completed in 1212. Visitors must climb the 387 steps to get to the top, where a magnificent views of Paris await you. The Cathedral is located at 4e Arrondissement in Paris.
At the Orsay Museum, visitors can view the largest collection of impressionist artwork in the world. The building was built for the world fair in 1900, and is a beauty in itself. It was used to house freed prisoners during World War 11, until becoming the museum that it is today in 1986. There are six floors of works located inside the Orsay Museum, and is a fantastic treat to any Paris vacation. The Orsay is located at 7e Arrondissement, Paris.