16 Most Instagrammable Spots in Paris Plus Mapping Guide

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The third most visited city in the world, Paris, the city of love can be a whirlwind for first time visitors. There’s so much to see, do, eat, and drink that you can get lost. We put together this list of the most Instagrammable shots in Paris to make your trip easy.

My recommendation is to pick the spot you like, click on “map it”, and save the locations in your Google Maps. Then, while you’re walking around you can see a star on the map, and boom, you’ve got your shot. This way you can go about your day and not be focused on taking photos, but instead on drinking as much wine as possible before your departure.

What’s your favorite spot on the list? Personally I want to 22 Rue de l’Université and Printemps Haussmann rooftop.

Les Bains Paris

This posh hotel, located in tredny La Marais, complete with a nightclub with a pool in it, this is the see and be seen hotel in Paris. Book it, Map it

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The Eiffel Tower

The tower that became the symbol of France, sited in the heart of Paris, it has 108 stories and it is 324 meters tall, including its antenna. Map it

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La Maison Rose

A pink house that has a vintage motif in Montmarte, an instagram-worthy place, this restaurant has been known for its loosen ambience. Map it

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Palais Royal

This palace has 17th-century galleries in Montpensier, the gardens here are neatly groomed, and Daniel Buren’s striped columns in its courtyard.Book it, Map it
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Laduree Champs Elysees

The deluxe Parisian bakery, their specialties are the numerous flavors of French macarons. Aside from the desserts, they also serve exceptional meals.
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Trocadero Carousels

Situated next to the Eiffel tower, the aged style wooden carousel and the view of the iconic tower behind makes a total Parisian outlook. Map it
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Louvre

Mona Lisa’s crib, the museum is always visited by the crowd to see the famous paintings and statues, and to take photos with the glass pyramid in front of the museum. Map it
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Le Bon Marche Rive Gauche

The first ever department store in the world, an elegant building, on Rue de Sèvres, interior was designed artistically, selling high-end stuff and giving the best services. Map it

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Ritz Paris

Luxurios royal experience in this hotel, standing in central Paris. Every rooms overlooks the beauty of the city, it has bars and restaurants, a ftness and wellness center, and a spa. Book it, Map it

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Moulin Rouge

The iconic red windmill and a cabaret in the city. You can book to see the shows but it’s just fine to take pictures of the facade. Map it

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Hotel de Ville

This is the city hall of Paris housing the administration officials. The rennaissance architecture attracts tourists and grammers and an additional picturesque spot in Paris. Map it

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The Latin Quarter

Quartier latin is sited in Sorbonne, you can find numerous of food stores and some cafes too. There are a lot of food to choose from and they are not expensive. Map it

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Hermès

This Hermes shop in Saint Germain has a unique interior, their high-end goods are displayed like exhibits in a museum. Map it

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Sinking House

The “sinking house” of Montmarte is next to Sacré-Cœur, actually, the building is not sinking but this is just an optical illusion. Map it

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22 Rue de l’Université

The street is by the Eiffel tower where you can have Parisian dream snaps also because the architecture of the structures on the street are ideal. Map it

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Printemps Haussmann

Printemps is a department store, a really big one, see all brands there. There is a foodcourt at the rooftop, you can see the cityscape from above while munching some snacks or meal. Map it

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