Most famously known as the City of Lights and the City of Love, Paris has a special aura that attracts millions of visitors annually. With all the famous landmarks that adorn the skyline of Paris, it is undoubtedly one of the most Instagrammable places in the World. The city is truly a charming culmination of vintage and modernity, and the city encourages the visitors to be carefree and happy. Here are some of the most scenic locations in Paris worthy of your Instagram page:
There is no Paris without Eiffel Tower. The Iron Lady has adorned the Parisian skyline since the late 1880s and since has been one of the most iconic landmarks of Paris and France. For a great Instagram-worthy picture, the Trocadero location is the best. It offers one of the best views of the Eiffel Tower as you can get some incredible straight shots in this location. The carousels at the base of the Trocadero location can act as foreground elements for a shot with good depth. Whether you capture the beauty of the Eiffel Tower from the top of the stairs or the main area or sit on a ledge in this location, they are all bound to turn out the best.
Sainte Chapelle is one of the breathtaking locations to visit in Paris. The Chapel, built in just seven years, is one of the iconic structures in Gothic styles and houses precious relics, including Christ’s Crown of Thorns. The Chapel was built in the 14th century, its most spectacular attraction being the gigantic stained-glass panels that depict the stories of the Old and New Testaments. Over the centuries, the Saint Chapelle of Paris has undergone a lot of changes and renovations. The Chapel also has a history of being damaged in the 1630s fire. For the best Instagram-worthy pictures, reach early to avoid crowds and focus on the main Chapel with stunning Gothic interiors.
Louvre Museum is a famous Instagrammable spot in Paris and for a good reason. This architectural beauty facilitates excellent photo opportunities both from the outside and inside. Besides its beauty, the Louvre Museum is also the largest in the World, with over three hundred thousand artifacts, some of them even dating back to 7000 B.C. Some of the most popular works housed in the Louvre Museum are Venus de Milo and Mona Lisa. The Louvre Museum is always crowded with visitors; therefore, to enjoy a great time without the visitors, go early before the museum opens or go late in the evenings.
On the left bank of the beautiful Seine River is the Musee d’Orsay. Located close to the Louvre Museum, this museum is one of the World’s most extensive collections of impressionist art. The museum is housed in the former grand Beaux-Arts railway station building. One of the most iconic spots of the museum is the giant clock face that once served the railway passengers. Photography is prohibited inside the galleries; however, visitors are allowed to take pictures in front of the clock on the fifth floor. Some of the famous art pieces inside the gallery is Starry Night by Van Gogh, Déjeuner Sur l’Herbe by Edouard Manet.