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A tour that I highly recommend is to walk from the Tuileries Gardens (the Louvre you see the arch of the Carrousel and from it are Tulleries), after picking up the Champs-Élysées (do not forget to stop at a cafe and drink outside. That`s what Parisians do every day. Why do not you feel a little day-to-day one?) and then go to the Eiffel Tower.
Doing this tour you pass by numerous attractions. The script would look something like this:
It begins with the square of the Louvre, which has the pyramid. Go through the Arc du Carrousel, runs through the Jardin des Tulleries that leads to the Place de la Concorde. The Place de la Concorde you get to see beautiful buildings: Petit Palais, Grand Palais, Dome (which has the golden dome).
Arriving at the Place de la Concorde, would go to her left side being the river. So would the most beautiful bridge in Paris: the Pont Alexandre III. The front of her is the Invalides, where the Dome.
Dome of the back to cross the Seine and went straight to reach the Champs-Élysées. You will enter the Av W. Churchill and passed in front of the Petit Palais and the Grand Palais and when he reached the Champs-Elysees, walk to the Arc de Triomphe. Arc going to the Eiffel Tower. Walk up the ride a lot but worth it.
On another day (because you can not make those two the same day), would go to Notre Dame after the Saint-Chapelle and the Conciergerie. Lunch at the Louvre and leave him to enter after 15:00.
On another day, would go to Versailles and spend the afternoon there.
I say the afternoon because the garden is huge and well worth getting lost inside. Be sure to visit every corner of the garden. The king`s garden is very beautiful.
Another route would be:
Start at Gallery Lafayette and Printemps. There are two department stores.
From there go to the Opera Garnier Paris, then to La Madeleine and this can go walking to the Louvre (lunch looks!) Passing through the Place Vendôme is very beautiful.
As evening stroll, I`ll give you some options.
- Sacre-Coeur de Montmartre.
- Ride bateaux mouche. Worth it.
Take this ride at night or when it is almost dark to see the illuminated buildings.
The boats leave every hour and sail across the Seine.