The must see places of Paris

Hôtel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est, Paris

Paris has a rich heritage: that’s why it is nicknamed the most beautiful city in the world. It is full of churches, museums, parks and other tourist sites scattered throughout the neighborhood. For a short stay or a weekend at the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est,, here is a selection of the must-see places to visit.

The Eiffel Tower: Symbol of Paris

A veritable symbol of France and a witness to the industrial revolution of the 19th century, the Eiffel Tower is one of the most visited sites in the world. Visible from a distance thanks to its size, the iron lady lights up every evening at the whim of the events. For the most courageous, expect to face a long queue to climb to its top, but the view is breathtaking throughout the city. To get there from the hotel, take metro line 4 to St Michel station then take the RER C

Visit the Louvre museum

Would you dare to come to Paris without visiting the largest art museum in the world? The Louvre has over 460,000 works that attract more than 8 million visitors each year. This former residence of the Kings of France brings together masterpieces such as the Mona Lisa, the Venus of Milo, the Raft of the Medusa or the Victory of Samothrace. The museum is directly accessible with the metro line 7 in about fifteen minutes.

The Champs-Elysées avenue

The most beautiful avenue in the world is an interesting stroll that enables you to reach the various tourist places of Paris. Situated betweenn the Arc de Triomphe and the Place de la Concorde, there are on the Champs-Élysée many showrooms, department stores, restaurants, theaters, as well as plenty events such as the July 14th parade

Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris

Just 12 minutes from the hotel Le Marcel Paris Gare de l’Est with the metro line 4 is the « île de la cité » stuck in the Seine. It is here where you can find the the imposing Notre-Dame Cathedral and its exceptional Gothic architecture. An emblematic monument of Paris because of its size, it also owes its world renown thanks to the novel Notre-Dame de Paris by Victor Hugo.