1. The Eiffel Tower
The Eiffel Tower has long been a symbol of the "light capital" located on the Champa-Mars park, next to the Seine. Every year, it welcomes more than 5 million visitors, considered to be the most attractive toll collection in the world.
2. Louvre Museum
Famous as the oldest and most ancient museum of art and history preservation in the world. Louvre Museum is located in District 1, Paris city, France. Located in the historic city center, on the banks of the Seine, the Louvre was a fortress built by King Philippe Auguste in 1190. In here, visitors have the opportunity to admire the original version of thousands of ancient objects such as the Statue of Venus, Mona Lisa, Samothrace God of Victory ...
3. Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris
Notre Dame Cathedral Paris is a catholic church dedicated to gothic architectural style on the island of Île de la Cité (in the middle of the Seine river) of Paris.
4. Avenue Champs-Elysees
Champs-Élysées Avenue is considered one of the most famous boulevards in the world. Connecting the two plazas Concorde and Étoile, the location of the Triumphal Arch, Champs-Élysées is one of the most popular attractions of the city with many shops, cafes, cinemas….
5. Orsay Museum
Orsay Museum is located on the banks of the Seine in District 7, Paris. Orsay Museum is one of the most important tourist attractions and attractions in the city. Bao tang holds thousands of famous painting, architecture, photography and artworks.
6. Opéra Garnier Theater
The Opéra Garnier Theater is a 2200-seat opera house in Paris, France is considered one of the architectural masterpieces. This is the place to store documents and artifacts on theater arts and dance arts including music, script, costume, stage decoration, posters, program sheets ... of the performances throughout history.
7. Concorde Square
Located right on the banks of the Seine, next to the Tuileries and the largest square in Paris , Concorde Square. If you stand in the middle of the square to look at the Arc de Triomphe, behind it is the Tuileries park, on the left hand side of the Seine is the Parliament Building, the right side is the Embassy and the consulate United States, located next to the luxury hotel Crillon with typical neoclassical architecture for the late 18th century.