The île de la Cité
The Palais de Justice, the Sainte Chapelle, and the Conciergerie
The Cathédrale Notre Dame
The Panthéon and the Quartier Latin
The St. Etienne du Mont Church
The Palais and the Jardin du Luxembourg
The Tour Montparnasse
The St. Germain des Prés Church
The Hôtel and the museum of Cluny
The St. Séverin Church
The St. Julien Le Pauvre Church
The Pont Neuf
The Hôtel de la Monnaie and the Palais de L'Institut
The Palais Bourbon
The Hôtel des Invalides
The Ecole Militaire
The Unesco Palace
The Tour Eiffel
The Arc de Triomphe
The Place de la Concorde
The Madeleine Church
The Théatre de l'Opéra
The Colonne Vendôme
The Théatre Français
The Palais Royal
The Palais du Louvre
The Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel
The St. Germain l'Auxerrois Church
The Tour St. Jacques
The Hôtel de Ville
The Marais
The Palais de Chaillot
Montmartre and the
Basilique du Sacré Coeur
The Cathédrale de Notre-Dame.

Notre-Dame Cathedral, which is the finest example of French gothic art, overlooks the Place du Parvis (Church Square). Most important and most impressive of all churches in Paris, the Cathedral was begun by Bishop Maurice de Sully in 1163; the Foundations and the main walls were ready by 1250. but the Cathedral was not completed until 1330.

It was restored by Viollet-le-Duc The steeples are 69 meters high; a staircase goes up the south steeple and a splendid panorama may be seen from the top.

It would take about two hours to make a thorough visit of the Cathedral Special attention should be paid to the Galerie des Rois (King's Gallery), the Great Rose window, the Grande Galerie (Main Gallery), the Portals, the Nave, the Stained glass windows in the transept, the Choir, the Treasury, the Closter Portal, the Red Door, the Chevet, the Spire and Saint Etienne Portal Visit of the towers, every day.