Paris is considered the city of love…and not only that – its castles, museums and architecture delight the whole family.

The good thing about Paris is that it pleases all age groups, in addition to its impeccable cuisine.

 Let’s start with a postcard which is nothing more than the Eifel Tower. The coolest thing is that it can also be visited at night and its lights together with the view make the tower a show itself.

Another tip would be the Cathedral of Notre Dame; it is one of the most famous churches in the world. Built in Gothic style, the cathedral is over 700 years old and is surrounded by mysteries, in addition to being super high.

Another must-see point is the Arc de Triomphe, a monument built to commemorate Napoleon’s victories. He ordered the construction of the arch in 1806.

The unmissable boat trip on the River Seine shows several landmarks in the city. It passes under wonderful bridges and, if you do not take the boat ride, it is worth a walk along the River.

If you love castles, you have to visit the Palace of Versailles, which is located in the city of the same name and is about 22 km far from Paris. Besides the huge Palace, the tour through the gardens is a must, so I recommend that you book a whole day to see everything.

And this last one could never be out of the must-see list: the Louvre Museum, which it is the most famous and visited museum in the world.