The most famous man-made structure in the entire world, the Eiffel Tower was originally built as a temporary exhibit for the Exposition Universelle of 1889.
Before becoming a world-leading art gallery, the Musée d'Orsay was a major train station that, despite being an elegant building.
Once upon a time, the Marais was the place where you would find the movers and shakers of the French elite. The Paris district has become one of the most modern in the capital.
Erected by Napoleon but not actually completed until 1836, the Arc de Triomphe is the mother of all war memorials. exercise your legs.
Unless you've been really close to them, it's almost impossible to believe that 'Les Cata Combes' actually existed.
The Canal Saint-Martin was built between 1805 and 1825 during the time of Napoleon. Initially its purpose was to bring drinking water and goods to the imperial capital.
A visit to the theater cannot be more luxurious than an evening spent at the Palais Garnier. This is a grand and somewhat luxurious theater.
The centerpiece of the north-eastern Belleville neighborhood, the Parc des Bates-Chaumont is perhaps a little less formal than Paris' other green spaces.
Once only a modest hunting lodge, the Château de Versailles can now certainly claim the title of most luxurious pad in France. It has evolved with each resident.
When it first opened in the early 1600s, the Place des Vosges soon became the place to see and be seen for the city's emerging young, single and bourgeois class.