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Discover the Top 10 attractions to visit Paris with Irro Charter!

Top 10 attractions to see in Paris with Irro Charter

Paris is the capital and largest city of France, as well as the administrative center of the Ile-de-France region and one of the state departments.The cityscape is shaped by the architecture of the 19th century as well as by broad boulevards and the Seine. In addition to landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Gothic cathedral Notre-Dame from the 12th century, Paris is also known for its café culture and the fashion boutiques on Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.

You want to travel with group? Bus rental service in Paris is the answer! Irro Charter Chartered bus is best partner to travel in Paris. Tour bus service will assist while you explore paris and enjoy your holidays. Irro Charter’s bus company will let know about some of the planned endeavors, so preparations are arranged before the trip to Paris. Coach Charter Europe is a charter bus operator with decades of experience in the area of airport shuttle and tour bus services. As a family-owned tour bus company, we are pleased to provide outstanding bus rental services to all of our guests. Our new fleet of charter bus coaches provides a range of options to choose from. Airport Shuttle will take care of your group transferring from airport to hotel and back.

Do you need inspiration where to go in Paris? Find here our top 10 places to go in Paris:

Arc de Triomphe, Paris
  1. Eiffel Tower

    The tower, which was completed in 1889 under the leadership of Gustav Eiffel, was originally built as the entrance arch to the World's Fair (Exposition universelle de Paris), dedicated to the centenary of the French Revolution. The tower was originally intended to be used for only 20 years, but the government acknowledged that it was good for communications and decided not to demolish it. The Eiffel Tower is serviced by a lift to the top or measuring 115 meters to the 2nd floor on foot. The magic of the Eiffel Tower can also be enjoyed from the nearby Jardins du Trocadero - this place is especially popular in the evenings, when once a hour the Eiffel Tower shines for 5 minutes and is lit by 20'000 (!) Bulbs.

  2. Sainte Chapelle

    The Saint Chapelle, opened in 1248, was undoubtedly one of the greatest discoveries in Paris. This Gothic chapel hides breathtaking stained glass windows on two floors - a total of 1113 different fragments of the Bible from the New and Old Testaments. It should be noted that the second floor is especially impressive, where the stained glass windows decorate all the walls of the building at a height of 15 meters.

  3. Mount Montmartre

    Mount Montmartre is the highest mountain in Paris (130 m above sea level) and at its highest point is the Basilique du Sacré-Coeur de Montmartre, which was completed in 1914 and is dedicated to the sacred heart of Jesus. and the top of the mountain is a great place for a picnic not only because of the beautiful view - the top of the mountain is landscaped, it has several benches and, if desired, you can safely relax on the lawn. However, similarly to the Eiffel Tower, the sellers do not fall asleep here - they actively sell souvenirs and try to fool tourists, seamlessly wrapping ropes around their hands, for which payment is later demanded..

  4. Notre Dame

    The first impression of Notre-Dame de Paris can be misleading - it doesn't look as big as it really is - it seems unbelievable that it can accommodate an average of 28,000 visitors, making it more than just the largest church in Paris, but also one of the largest in the world. And that's not all - in addition to the breadth of the cathedral and the indescribable beauty of the Gothic elements, in the south tower of the church you can also see the pride of the cathedral - 13 tons of heavy bells in the name of Emanuel.

  5. Centre Pompidou

    Named after the French President Georges Pompidou (1969-1974), the Center for Culture and the Arts will not leave anyone indifferent, as all communications are located outside, i.e. - water pipes, electric wires, and ventilation pipes. The interior of the center is as impressive as the outside, with a collection of more than 100,000 works of modern and contemporary art, including works by artists such as Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Latvian artist Mark Rothko and others.

  6. Tuileries Garden

    The Tuileries Garden does not seem to leave anyone indifferent - it is the oldest park in Paris and everyone can feel like an open-air museum, as the park houses numerous historical sculptures (the most popular of which are Mercury riding Pegasus (1701-1702), Theseus and the Minotaur (1821 ), Nymphe (1886)). And that's not all - the Tiler Garden has chairs that can be moved freely, making the park an ideal place for a picnic.

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    Louvre Museum, Paris

  8. Shakespeare and Company bookstore

    The Shakespeare and Company bookstore is notable not only for its historical charm and diversity of books, but also for the fact that it has been in the heart of Paris since 1951. True, the bookstore got its current name only after 13 years - its founder, George George Whitman, renamed the bookstore in 1964 after Shakespeare in honor of William Shakespeare's 400th birthday. In the bookstore, everyone will find a book to suit their tastes in a variety of genres, while those who do not aim to buy books but read books are invited to sit comfortably in one of the chairs in the store, choose any reading material from the high bookshelves and indulge in book reading magic.

  9. Musée de Louvre

    Who hasn't heard of the Louvre Museum and the Mona Lisa painting in it? Although the Mona Lisa is one of the most remarkable works of art in the world, the Louvre is notable for other reasons as well: The Louvre is the largest and most visited museum in the world and receives an average of 15,000 visitors a day; The Louvre collection consists of about 38,000 works of art from prehistory to the end of the 19th century; The total area of the museum is 60,600 square meters; The Louvre building was not originally intended as a museum, it was built as a fortress in 1190, but in the 16th century it became a royal castle; Although the famous Mona Lisa painting seems remarkable in its size, in reality it is only 53 cm x 77 cm (slightly larger than an A2 sheet of paper). Note that the best time to visit the museum is early in the morning, because even on a weekday morning, the queue had to spend about 40 minutes, while during lunch the queue length tripled. We also recommend providing drinking water - it is allowed to bring it, as well as the cafes in the Louvre are not the most price-friendly of them.

  10. Musée d´Orsay

    If the Louvre takes the honorable 1st place as the most visited museum in the world, then the Orsay Museum is not far behind - it is the 10th most visited. The museum is housed in the former railway station and its collection consists mainly of French works of art from 1848 to 1915, the most popular artists represented - Claude Monet, Vincent Van Gogh, Georges Sera and others. Be sure not to miss the museum's most iconic symbol, the clock, which offers a fantastic view of romantic Paris, including the aforementioned Sacred Heart Basilica. All you have to do is enjoy!

  11. Palace of Versailles

    The biggest and possibly the most famous palace in the world is not anything to take lightly. A testament to the opulence and luxury of the imperial empire, Versailles developed from a hunting lodge in the 17th century to the supreme assertion of dominance in the century that followed. André Le Nôtre, who invented the French formal garden style, and the virtuoso artist and decorator Charles Le Brun were only two of the masters who made their mark in Versailles.
    How to get to Paris?
    With Europe's second most visited capital, Paris is very well linked and open. The best way to get to the capital of France is by air, rail, bus or vehicle. You can use tree airports: Charles de Gaulle AirportOrly Airport , Beauvais Airport. With our airport shuttle it will take just a while to reach city center of paris. Airport shuttle by Coach Charter Europe will pick you and your group from Airports or any other place in and around the city. We are the airport shuttle that gives you flexibility while you can create your individual tour with your group. Our chartered bus would be the wise partner to have when taking pier transfers in Paris Sent us your inquiry now and we will check prices and availability for you in order to give you the best price for your trip to Paris.
Hannes Heller

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