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Tourist map of Paris

This is the map of all tourist attractions in Paris, that includes the lactations of all museums, sights and other popular tourist destinations in and outside the city. You can zoom in or out the map and discover what is hidden in different zones of the city. This map is a very useful tool for those that wish to plan their trip and also allows our visitors to get familiar with what is located near their accommodation and to discover what is hidden next to the famous attractions of the city.

Paris is the capital of France, but also the capital of the French history and culture. There are not that many people that haven’t heard of the Eiffel Tower, the Triumphal Arch, Louver Museum, Champs-Elysees avenue, Orsay Museum or the famous Versailles palace. Some of the most desired tourist attractions are located right here in this city. Even though numerous website distort information regarding the most visited cities and countries according to their liking, it is sure that France has been for a number of years the most visited country in the world and therefore Paris one of the most visited cities in the world. Who is to blame us, the charm of this city is too beautiful to resist.
Apart from the previously mentioned tourist attractions in Paris, which are on the wish list of most visitors, Paris has so much more to offer. Even though Louver Museum is so large that days are needed for to visit all of the exhibitions on display, in the city there is an incredible number of museums that are often neglected by the modern tourists. Also, this city played an important role in the history of the country. It was the site of numerous historically important events, which defined the nation but also made Paris a city-museum where almost every street has a story of its own to tell.

This is the icon that we use for all tourist sights on this and other maps.

This is the icon that we use for all museums on this and other maps.


By clicking on any of these icons you can see the name of the attraction and the links that will take you directly to a specific article.

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