1. View from the Lanternon of the Hôtel des Invalides
At a height of 107 meters, the Invalides Dôme was Paris' tallest building until the Eiffel Tower was erected in 1889.
2. Opera Garnier
Enjoy the sculptural group of Apollo, Poetry and Music from up close, before gazing into the distance and seeing the Sacré-Cœur rise up on the highest point of the city.
3. The Grand Palais
“Walk” along the famed glass roof - the largest of its kind in Europe - to catch aerial views of the Eiffel Tower and Place de la Concorde’s Ferris Wheel.
4. Rooftop of the Opéra Bastille
The Opéra stands on Place de la Bastille, symbol of the French Revolution, where the old fortress of the Bastille was destroyed on July 14, 1789.
Beyond the great view, its rooftop hosts 2,500 m2 of crops and vegetables: salads, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, green beans, eggplants, peppers...
5. Saint-Jacques Tower
All that remains of the Saint-Jacques-de-la-Boucherie church, this Gothic tower is steeped in history, as it was a departure point for the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela.
Enjoy close-up views of the statue of Saint Jacques le Majeur and restored statues of the four evangelists - the lion, bull, eagle, and man.
6. Hôtel de la Monnaie
The Monnaie de Paris is the institution responsible for minting currency, collector’s coins, objets d’art, medals and decorations. It also is a cultural institution showcasing art exhibitions and events. Located in the heart of Paris, it faces the Ile de la Cité on the River Seine.
7. The Eiffel Tower
One of the most well-known landmarks in the world, the Eiffel Tower is truly iconic. The view from above? Just as spectacular in its own right, with expansive views overlooking the Champ de Mars.
8. Philharmonie de Paris
Take a break from the boulevards and stroll across this rooftop, which offers an escape from the city with views of the suburbs.