Paris, the city of love, is a dream destination for all the travelers. One of the best places to satisfy your wanderlust, Paris steals your heart with its dream locales, monuments and river cruises.

If you are unaware of the places to visit in Paris, here is an itinerary which will guide you smoothly through the dream city and make it an indelible vacation.

Day 1

1. Arc de Triomphe:

One of the most popular attractions in Paris, this 161 foot arch was commissioned by Napoleon in 1806 to honor his imperial victories. Arc de Triomphe is a witness to the greatest state funeral of Victor Hugo.

2. River Cruise:

This offers a magnificent view of the bridges, monuments and hidden views of the magnificent city. An informative commentary is offered in English, so you don’t need to worry about missing out on the details.

3. Eiffel Tower:

It is hard to miss the tower from any corner of the city and it provides Paris the most beautiful and famous skyline during the evening.

4. Rodin Museum:

Although officially not a museum, it is one of the best and unarguably one of the most pleasant cultural experiences that Paris has to offer.

5. Orsay Museum:

This museum is a home to some famous paintings of Monet, Pissaro, Renoir, Van Gogh and many others and is a must visit when in Paris.

Day 2

1. Notre Dame de Paris:

Located in the heart of Paris, the Notre Dame Cathedral is a Gothic architecture masterpiece. One of the most visited places, this cathedral can never be missed.

2. Holy Chapel:

Also known as La Sainte Chapelle, it hosts the remains of the True Cross, including the original Crown of Thorns and oldest stained-glass windows.

3. Louvre Museum:

The Louvre Museum is the largest art museum in the world and the home to one of the finest art collections anywhere to be seen boasting the Mona Lisa.

4. Wine Tasting at O Chateau:

Paris is home to the finest wine in Europe – from champagne to Bordeaux, the variety is wide and the quality is high.

Day 3

1.Pont Neuf Bridge:

The Pont Neuf Bridge with its sparkling white stone is Paris’ oldest standing bridge. It offers a view of Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower from the middle.

2.Grevin Wax Museum:

One of the oldest wax museums in Europe, it holds more than 400 famous wax figures from the history of the world.

3.Sacre Coeur Basilica:

The Sacre Coeur Basilica, devoted to the sacred heart of Jesus, is one of Paris’s most beloved tourist attractions. The climb up to the gallery in the inner dome is worth the effort as the view is simply stunning!

4.Place du Tertre:

Here every inch of space has an artist and canvases. Various kinds of portraits – beautiful or quirky, original or prints of originals are available here and you are allowed to haggle for the best prices.

5.Dali Museum:

This museum holds an art collection devoted to the works of Salvador Dali and the feeling this place gives is surreal.

It is hard to travel with a limited time but I hope this itinerary will help you visit all the important places in Paris.

Au revoir visiteur!