7 Mesmerizing places to visit in the City of Light- Paris!

7 Mesmerizing places to visit in the City of Light- Paris!

Published on December 01, 2021 02:28 AM by Ava Sara

When Edith Piaf sang “La Vie en Rose," she made us dream of romantic Paris. Just hearing the word "Paris" gives off such a familiar romantic vibe. The City of Love and Light is one of the most loved destinations of the world. Be it the incredible architecture, the delectable cuisine, or the bustling museums, Paris is everyone’s favourite! This major European city is a fashion and cultural centre. I am sure everyone already has this beautiful city in their bucket list. So, here's a few places that will deepen your love for Paris and make you plan your next vacation in the City of Light!

Musée Rodin

If you don't like crowds and just want to spend some quiet time, this is the place for you! This museum has been there since 1919 and is dedicated to the French sculptor Augustine Rodin, and that's why you will find the place filled with his sculptures there.

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Pont Alexandre III

One of the most extravagant and ornate bridges in the city, Pont Alexandre III connects Paris's Left and Right Banks. The total length of this bridge is 160m. Each pillar is adorned with gilded bronze statues. This is the perfect place to take pictures as it is one of the world’s most beautiful river crossings. 

Palais Garnier

This is one of the most famous opera houses of the world. Doesn't matter if you are a history or art freak; you will love this place. It reflects the Parisian and French culture. It is built in the Neo-Baroque and Second Empire Beaux-Arts design. Be ready to be amazed by this grand palatial place in Paris!

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Musée Jacquemart-André

This used to be the couple's residents, Édouard André and Nélie Jacquemart, who used to collect art. Now, their phenomenal art collection is on display in their home-turned museum, Jacquemart-André. The extravagant mansion was built in 1869 and was completed by 1875. This museum is pure love!

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Père Lachaise Cemetery

Even cemeteries are next-level pretty in Paris! Visit the world's most visited graveyard, which is also the largest cemetery in Paris. Here you will find the graves of Oscar Wilde, Jim Morrison. Quite naturally, they are the most visited graves there.  

Place du Trocadéro

What’s the first thing you want to do in Paris? Take a snap of the Eiffel tower and post it on your social media with the caption “I am in Paris!” right? Well, at least something like that. So, this is where you need to head to take the best snap of the famous Eiffel tower. This open space will give you the most amazing view of the city’s most famous tower!


This religious and political monument has a deep root in history. It is a Roman Catholic church that is dedicated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It stands at the height of 272 feet. It is one of the most iconic places in Paris that is unmissable.

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