well this is the list of things we want to see while in Paris for close to 4 days.
4)Arc de Triumphe
9)Hotel de invalides
10)Palais de chaillot
Im wondering if this many places works in 3-4 days. Also which places are best to see during the day when it is light and which places are best to see at night. Please let me know how many of these sights i should see per day and maybe a itenerary sample would be GREAT!! Thanks again for the help!!!
I'd skip the Louvre if the weather is good. Otherwise it seems kinda feasible
Yep you need at least 2 days for the Louvre, so I advice to walk on the Champ elysees (rather in the morning)to the Arc de Triomphe.
Go on the Trocadero for the Eiffel tower view and the sacre coeur and Monmartre to finish!
For that it will take you 2 days.
I disagree . . the Louvre is worth seeing. At least see the Mona Lisa. Then you can tell your grandkids you've done it
If you can, try to work in the Catacombs and maybe Pere Lachaise cemetery. They really are incredible sights to see.
I tried to compile your Paris plans, hope you like it.
First early start At the Palais de Chaillot (it´s called Trocadero) There is nothing to see there except a good view on the eiffel tower.
Cross the bridge in front of you and go up the eiffel tower(using the stairs obviously ).
As you did an early start and beat the queue at the eiffel tower, it´s still morning when you get down the tower.
Walk along the river in direction of Notre Dame passing in front of the Invalides and the Panthéon.
After having lunch around Notre Dame, you can enjoy a walk or a drink (if too tired)around the latin quarter (st eustache church).
You can have a bit of rest.
In the evening go to Place de la Concorde (next to the american Embassy)and start going up on the Champs Elysees finishing you walk at the Arc de Triomphe.
End of the first day.
The second day start at the Sacré coeur and Place du tertre (where you find the painters).
You still have the Afternoon to go to The Louvres
Here you go on your third day you can do the cemetery Pere Lachaise and the catacombes.
I dont know what you mean with Dome church???
Hope that will help you. Have a good trip
thanks alot for the great replies guys! im wondering if you guys can devise a plan for us for the following time schedule:
Arrive in paris september 2nd at 12:00pm. Leave paris on the 5th at 7:00pm. thanks again so much
First alternate suggestion: Sainte-Chapelle in 4e near Notre Dame. This Holy Chapel at the Palais du Justice is in a courtyard. Here you can see magnificent 50 ft. stained glass windows of biblical scenes along 2 sides of the chapel. It is especially nice to enter around 5PM as the sun is setting. It is well worth the 5 euro admission price. Allow 1 hour.
thanks alot for the help so far guys!!! can anyone help me with my last wquestion? thanks a million
well u need to tell us ur budget also bcz the transportations and the rest of things are also attached to the plan which u r looking........