I visited Paris for the first time 8 years ago. The architecture and the rich history of the buildings amazed me. this country is adream for many. 

one of the  must-visit places in Paris is the Eiffel Tower an iconic symbol of the city. It’s towering presence and stunning views are unforgetable.additionally, you can not miss the Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe ,Champs-Elysees these landmarks attract millions of tourist. Unfortunately, in April 2019  the Notre-Dame Cathedral suffered a desvastating fire. Effort are currently underway for the restoration and rebuilding of this historic masterpiece

One day tour Itinerary

To make the most of your time in Paris and efficiently explore these remarkable landmarks, we’ve prepared an itinerary that streamlines your journey. By following this plan, you can save time on transportation, ensuring a smooth and enjoyable tour. To maximize your experience, don’t forget to check the opening hours and consider reserving tickets in advance for popular attractions.

So, get ready to immerse yourself in the splendor of Paris and create cherished memories as you embark on an unforgettable journey through its iconic landmarks and cultural treasures.

By following this itinerary, you can efficiently navigate through these landmarks, saving time on transportation and ensuring a smooth and enjoyable tour. Remember to check opening hours and plan for any ticket reservations in advance to make the most of your visit




During the summer, my friend and I enjoyed some leisure time by the fountain where people gathered to relax, and children had fun playing in the water. It was a wonderful experience, and I felt thankful to be there. I strongly suggest visiting the Eiffel Tower during both the day and night to fully savor its enchantment. During the day, you can soak in the panoramic city views. As evening descends and the tower lights up, it undergoes a captivating transformation, with its shimmering lights creating a mesmerizing spectacle. Witnessing the Eiffel Tower sparkle against the night sky is an enchanting sight that you absolutely shouldn’t miss.


A place I had dreamt of visiting, finally became reality. Stepping into it’s grand halls, I was not only captivated by the magnificent artworks but also by the rich and intriguing history . From its origins as a royal palace  transformed into one of  the world’s most renowned cultural institutions.The Louvre’s history adds a layer of depth incredible masterpiece . 

During my visit unfortunately, I don’t have good photos to show ,as I was captivated by the astounding art aroundme. Each painting , sculpture and artifact seemed to hold  it’s own story and I found myself lost in their beauty and historical. Instead of focusing on snapping pictures I embraced the oppurtunity to immerse myself fully in hte artistic wonders that surrounded me.


The Louvre is situated along the banks of the Seine River, close to other notable landmarks such as the Tuileries Garden, Palais Royal, and the Pont des Arts bridge. Exploring the surrounding areas provides additional opportunities to appreciate the beauty of Paris.

3.Arc de Triomphe ARC de TRIOMPHE


As I stood atop the Arc de Triomphe, the view of the city unfolded before my eyes in a breathtaking panorama. The iconic Champs-Élysées, adorned with its prestigious boutiques and charming cafes, stretched out majestically, teeming with life and activity. The wide boulevard, flanked by elegant buildings and vibrant greenery, seemed to pulse with the heartbeat of Paris.

As I captured this photo, I couldn’t help but feel a profound sense of gratitude for being able to witness such a magnificent view. It was an unforgettable moment of awe and appreciation, a memory that would forever be etched in my mind as a testament to the beauty and grandeur of the City of Light

View From The Top

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Even in the face of weather challenges, a sense of awe overcame me as I took in the scene. The sight of the towering Eiffel Tower, standing with grace, became more enchanting as the picturesque Montmartre district and the Sacré-Cœur Basilica emerged through the haze in the background.

In the end, it wasn’t about capturing picture-perfect photos but about cherishing the memories and the emotions that were evoked by the view from the top of the Arc de Triomphe on that cloudy day in Paris.

4.Champs - Elysees

It features rows of trees, charming cafes, upscale boutiques, theaters, and esteemed establishments.

This avenue stores renowned brands like Louis Vuitton, Guerlain, Cartier, and Chanel, proudly displaying their latest creations. It serves as a paradise for luxury shopping, alluring fashion enthusiasts from every corner of the globe

As I strolled down the Champs-Élysées, I became fully immersed in a dynamic ambiance, witnessing both locals and tourists engaged in their daily routines. The avenue buzzed with vitality, presenting a diverse range of experiences, from exploring upscale boutiques to enjoying meals at acclaimed eateries. During our visit, we had the pleasure of dining at an authentic Italian restaurant, savoring their delectable cuisine. The pizza, topped with fresh ham, was an absolute delight and left a lasting impression

5.Sacré-Cœur Basilica

On my visit to the Sacré-Cœur Basilica with my friends, we were greeted by a lively atmosphere as we approached the basilica. The path leading to it was adorned with a variety of vendors displaying their items. As we proceeded, we took a moment to capture the scenic surroundings with photos on the grounds. Finally, we entered the basilica with excitement, looking forward to discovering its interior and admiring its captivating beauty

The View From The Top


While it is possible to visit these landmarks in one day, please note that it will be a busy day with limited time at each location. It is important to prioritize the attractions you are most interested in and allocate sufficient time for travel between them. Additionally, consider purchasing skip-the-line tickets in advance to save time on entry queues.

Here’s a suggested time allocation for a one-day tour:

  • Start early in the morning at the Eiffel Tower and spend around 1-2 hours exploring the tower and enjoying the views.

  • Head to the Louvre Museum, which may require 2-4 hours, depending on your interest in art and the exhibits you wish to see.

  • Take a short walk or use public transportation to reach the Arc de Triomphe and Champs-Élysées. Spend about 1-2 hours exploring the area, taking photos, and enjoying the ambiance.

  • From there, take public transportation or a taxi to Montmartre and Sacré-Cœur. Allocate 1-2 hours to visit the basilica, wander around Montmartre, and enjoy the views.

  • If you have extra time, you can consider visiting nearby attractions like the Moulin Rouge or the Notre-Dame Cathedral.

Keep in mind that this itinerary may be quite packed, and you may need to adjust the duration spent at each location based on your personal preferences. It’s always a good idea to check the opening hours of each attraction and plan your day accordingly.


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