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Day Trips

in Paris


Paris is the centre of attraction for millions of tourists from all over the world. Some people come here to feel the amazing romantic atmosphere of the city quarters and admire the monuments and architecture. Others dream of attending our magnificent museums, and some are attracted by gastronomic discoveries and incredible shopping.


If you only have one day in Paris, you can spend it profitably with Paris Travel In. Of course, it's simply impossible to see all of Paris in just one day. However, our staff will help you plan this trip in such a way that you see maximum sights in a short time. Our tailor-made services will allow you to find the best solution depending on the number of people in your group and the intended route.

What sights you can see in Paris


La Cité

this island is a heart of Paris. Once there was a Celtic settlement. Now la Cite hosts some of the most famous sights of Paris - the royal chapel of Saint-Chapelle and the legendary Notre-Dame Cathedral.


New Bridge (Pont Neuf)

- ironically, the oldest bridge in Paris, built in 1607, is called the New Bridge. The bridge connects the quay of the Louvre on the right bank of the Seine with Quai de Conti, located on the left bank. The central part of the bridge’s arch passes through the western extremity of la Cité.



is an ancient castle located in the western part of La Cité. In the 10th century, it housed the magnificent residence of French kings. Since the 14th century, it became an impregnable prison. During the revolution, high-ranking prisoners were languishing here, including Queen Maria Antoinette and Robespierre.


Place de la Concorde

is the central square of the city opened in 1755. It is one of the most magnificent landmarks of the classicism era.


Avenue des Champs-Élysées

Along with the Eiffel Tower, Avenue Champs-Elysées is the most popular tourist attraction. This two-kilometre avenue stretches from the Place de la Concorde to the Arc de Triomphe.


Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden)

is an old public park, designed in a French style. Lawns, flower beds, and tree lanes are built with geometric precision.


Place Vendôme

is one of the iconic places of Paris. It is known for a 44-meter column crowned by a statue of Napoleon. The square is framed by magnificent historical buildings, among which is the luxury Ritz hotel.


Le Marais

the picturesque quarter of Marais adjoins the Paris City Hall. There are many cultural centres, including the Picasso Museum.


Place du Trocadéro

is a square located opposite the Eiffel Tower. The panorama that opens from the square is considered to be the most breathtaking view of the French capital. A magnificent Palace of Chaillot is also situated here.



situated on a 130-meter hill, the district is considered one of the most peculiar places in Paris. The top of the hill is crowned with a snow-white Sacré-Coeur Cathedral. Here you can find many other sights of Paris: the Place du Tertre and the famous cabaret Moulin Rouge.


Museums of the Louvre and Orsay

these magnificent museums keep countless treasures. Situated on the right bank of the Seine, the Louvre is considered to be one of the world's largest museums, with collections of masterpieces of antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance. The Orsay Museum, situated on the left bank, will please art buffs with rich collections of paintings and sculptures of the late XIX - early XX centuries.

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