We’ve put together a list of our favourite Instagrammable places in Paris that you can’t miss out. Probably you already know some iconic gems but we hope to bring you some hidden spots as well! Happy snapping
So cliché we know… but a visit to Paris is not complete until you see this remarkable tower. There are so many great spots to get a good, original shot of the Eiffel Tower. You just have to pick one of the dozens view points and voilà.
Arc de Triomphe
After climbing 284 steps to reach the top of the monument, you’ll be greeted by one of the most spectacular views of the Eiffel Tower. Moreover, the stairs are also a great spot to shoot some pics!
Fast becoming the most photographed street in Paris, Rue Crémieux is lined with the cutest houses brightly colored that will definitely catch your eye!
The Louvre Pyramid
The Louvre Museum is the world’s largest art museum and a historic monument in Paris. Besides, it’s also the most visited museum in the WORLD!!
So here you have a little tip to avoid the crowds: museums in Paris are closed on Tuesdays so there are fewer tourists around on this day, enjoy!
La Maison Rose, Montmartre
A glowing pink restaurant perched on a hill. If you go during sunset time it will be even more photogenic. Isn’t it gorgeous?
You will find old-fashioned carousels all over the city. And you know what they say: being an adult can be fun, when you are acting like a child. So enjoy riding the wooden horses in this magical atmosphere!
Relive your childhood memories and get the perfect shot on some of the most beautiful carousels in Paris like this one which is next to the Eiffel Tower.
Tuileries Gardens is the biggest park inside Paris. Its main highlights include splendid French style gardens and a beautiful view on the historical alignment of the Champs-Elysées Avenue, the Louvre and the Arc de Triomphe. It’s impossible not to be overwhelmed by its fascinating history and beauty.
Le Consulat, Montmartre
Montmartre is already renowned for being one of the most charming neighborhoods in Pairs and Le Consulat is the cherry on the cake.
Paris is well known for their beautiful museums but one in particular is the Musee D’Orsay. One of things that atracted us the most was the clock that is located on the third floor of the museum. Grab your camera and get ready to shoot one of the prettiest views of Paris, the Seine, and the Sacre Coeur or take a shadow picture in front of this magnificent clock.
The Moulin Rouge
The Moulin Rouge is still the most famous cabaret in Paris. Definitely a sight worth seeing, specially at night when the lights are turned on.
Pigalle basketball court
Even if your are not a basketball fan this place will amaze you! The vibrantly coloured court seems like it’s straight out of the future.