What happens when you miss Paris way too much, but for some reason, you just can’t go there? Well, thanks Lord we have the Internet!
Ever tough of visiting Paris from home? Here is your chance, find yourself a comfortable spot, and enjoy these free virtual tour in Paris.
Visit Paris without leaving home with these virtual tours
Arc de Triomphe
At the center of Place Charles de Gaulle, stands one of the most iconic monuments of Paris, Arc de Triomphe. The monument honors those who died in the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
Besides the beautiful view, you can have of this massive monument, the Arc de Triomphe also offers one of the best 360 views of Paris for those who climb its many steps. But if you are at home, you can still enjoy the magnificence of the Arc de Triomphe here.
Looking for an alternative tour besides the mainstream tourist landmarks of Paris? Well, you should go underground then!
The catacombs of Paris were created in order to unburden the cemeteries of the city in the eighteen century.
Click here to visit the underground mausoleum of Paris.
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One of the most famous avenues in the world, and in my opinion, the classiest. Walking down the Champs Elysées brings you back to the Belle Époque, of course, without fewer carriages and long dresses though.
For those who love shopping, this is a must-go, but for those just wandering around, Champs Elysées can be pretty tiring as it is SO LONG. But don’t worry, with this virtual tour you will never feel tired.
No trip to Paris is complete without a visit to France’s most iconic landmark, the one, and only Eiffel Tower.
Hotel des Invalides
The complex of buildings houses museums and monuments related to the military history of France.
The museums exhibit weapons, artillery, and armors, from different periods and wars. Besides the museum, the Les Invalides also counts with the tallest church in Paris, known as the Dome des Invalides, inside you can visit the tomb of some French war heroes, including that of Napoleon.
The biggest museum in the world is the perfect destination if you love art, culture a d history. Walking your way through, visiting room by room can be quite challenging especially if you have a short stay in Paris.
But the good thing is that you can virtually visit the Louvre Museum here, without tiring yourself up. Only some collections are available to be visited online, but they are totally worth it.
For more information about the Louvre Museum and the pieces exhibited here, check the list of Louvre masterpieces.
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The second most visited museum in Paris, after Louvre, of course. Orsay is a great alternative for those who have only a few days in Paris and can’t visit the Louvre because of its size.
The Musée d’Orsay offers a big collection that counts without famous names such a Van Gogh, Monet, and Renoir. To visit the Musée d’Orsay from home, click here.
Another iconic landmark of Paris. Notre Dame is a medieval cathedral, built between 1163 and 1345, and located in the Ile de la Cité.
In 2019, Notre Dame was partially damaged in a fire, during a restoration. Most of its masterpieces were saved, as they have been moved somewhere else for the restoration work.
Despite the tragedy, you can still visit Notre Dame, from home here.
Oh, the official residence of the French royal family! Well, at least until that disturbing night during the French Revolution.
Famous for the beautiful gardens, detailed rooms, and of course for Marie Antoniette and her family. To have a glimpse of their life from a safe distance, check this virtual tour.
The famous bohemian neighborhood of Paris, the charming Montmartre is home to popular bars, souvenir shops, and of course, one of the most beautiful churches in the city, the Sacre Coeur.
Montmartre is a whole cabinet of curiosity. You never know what you gonna find in the next corner.
On the top of Montmartre’s hill, in the highest point of the city, the Sacre Coeur is one of the most famous churches in Paris, and definitely one of the city’s iconic landmarks, being the second most visited monument of Paris!
Built-in a Roman-Byzantine architecture, Sacre Coeur has a stunning and very unique visual.
Inside it, you get to see the biggest mosaic in France. And in front of the Basilica, you have one of the best views of Paris, from the Montmatre’s hill. Visit everything here.
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Definitely one of the most beautiful churches in Paris, and my favorite regarding colors and details.
To admire this beautiful work, it is necessary to buy a ticket, and take a usually long line to finally get inside Saint Chapelle. Good news you can visit it from home, for free, right now, just click here.