Paris Sainte Chapelle cathedral

Looking for the best things to do and see in Paris? Don’t miss out on a visit to the Saint Chapelle cathedral in Paris! This is a beautiful medieval masterpiece and is considered to be one of the most beautiful churches in Paris. Situated on the Ile de la Cite just like the Notre Dame cathedral, it might not be as famous but it’s just as spectacular!

Get to know the Sainte Chapelle cathedral in Paris

The Sainte Chapelle cathedral was originally erected by Louis IX in the midst of the 13th century in order to house precious religious treasures. Saint Chapelle consists of two Chapels, the upper and lower. The upper chapel is a perfect example of Gothic architecture and a real masterpiece. This was the part of the Chapel that housed the royal family and friends. The stained glass is the main attraction here covering 600 square meters or 6456 square feet. The Lower Chapel refers to the Virgin Mary and is much lower key than the upper chapel. Entrance to the chapel is free when you hold the Paris “pass” and will get you into 60 other major attractions in Paris, some of which are on the same island and very close to the Saint Chapel itself, for example the Conciergerie which is only a walking distance away.

When tourists arrive in Paris they try to see as much as they can in the least amount of time possible. This can be very tiring and frustrating and not very budget friendly. The great thing about the Paris “pass” is that you get to jump the lines at any attraction you arrive at. You will go straight inside and will not have to wait for tickets outside like everyone else. Plus you get to use the Paris public transport for free, including a two day hop on hop off bus tour, which will take you around major attractions in Paris. Looking for more budget tips that come in handy for your Paris vacation? Watch our video guides about free things in Paris, the Paris Pass, and many more.

Moulin Rouge Show Paris

The Moulin Rouge is the number one show in Paris, if not the whole of Europe. No wonder it sells out quickly! Don't miss your chance to see the world-renowned showgirls and French Cancan dancers strut their stuff on the Moulin Rouge's historic stage.

USD 129.71$

Paris Pass

Discover the joy of sightseeing with the Paris Pass, which gives you free entry to the best attractions Paris has to offer. Save time as you skip the queues with fast track entry at many attractions, including the Louvre and Musée d'Orsay, and take advantage of special offers at various Paris restaurants and shops.

USD 140.13$

Versailles Small-Group Tour from Paris with Audio Guide

Experience the grandeur of Versailles Palace and Gardens on a small group tour from Paris. With a maximum of only eight per group, this small group trip to Versailles ensures a more intimate experience. Hotel pickup from centrally located Paris hotels is included, taking all the guess work out of your trip. You can choose from a half-day tour (independent tour), either in the morning or afternoon, or a full-day tour (guided tour). On both the half-day and full-day tours you'll also be able to wander around the garden's groves and pools. If you visit Versailles on a Saturday or Sunday during April to October, you can see the famous fountain show in the gardens. The display is accompanied by music composed at the time of Louis XIV's court.

Skip the Line: Paris Louvre Museum Guided Tour

Don't waste time waiting in queues -- take a Louvre Museum prioritized guided tour. Make a booking and jump the queue to make the most of your limited time inside the world's largest museum. After your guided tour, you can stay on if you want to and continue exploring the Louvre Museum at your leisure.

USD 61.38$

Versailles and Giverny Day Trip

See more than Paris and take a day trip to Monet's garden at Giverny and Louis XIV's palace of Versailles. The full-day tour combines the two most popular excursions from Paris in one trip. You'll explore France's royal history at the incomparably grand Versailles palace and see the gardens that inspired so many of Claude Monet's masterpieces at Giverny.

USD 208.46$