Naturally, standing underneath the Eiffel Tower and riding up to its landings for the astounding, panoramic perspectives is certain to be your first journey, while the Louvre and its impressive art collection, complete with the Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo, will often be a close 2nd. Other classic faves which will definitely occupy your first couple of days in the town include Notre-Dame, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Basilique du Sacre-Coeur. After rambling the Louvre for hours or soaking in the unique wonder of Notre-Dame, your senses are certain to be overloaded, downright exhausted, and wanting less demanding pursuits.
Though this is most likely in complete contrast to what you imagined before arrivaltrekking from one sight to another, checking off many attractions from your must-see list appeared so reasonable back thenthis tired feeling as essentially for the best since now you can really experience Paris rather than having it rush by as you hit up attraction after attraction. So what then should you do for the final Paris holiday?