These Are Paris' Most Instagram- Worthy Locations
Photo Credit: Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

Photo Credit: Photo by Andrea Piacquadio

These Are Paris' Most Instagram- Worthy Locations

Paris , France
Jade Robinson
Jade Robinson Apr 2, 2021

Paris is a destination filled with art, history, fashion, and of course delicious wine. The historic monuments spread across boulevards, fancy metro stations, classical bistros, and stunning retail boutiques are all picture-perfect, making Paris one of the most Instagrammed travel destinations in the world.

Here’s our pics for some of Paris’s best attractions that double as Instagram- worthy backdrops.

1. Palais Royal Station

 

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Palais Royal Station is the station used to visit the Musée du Louvre. This metro station is perfect for an Instagram photo. The mirrored colored glass makes your photo look like a piece of art.

2. Musée du Louvre

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Have you really been to Paris if you don’t have a photo at the Louvre? Getting an Instagram-worthy photo in front of the Louvre is a little difficult, so we recommend you bring a tripod in order to capture the entire museum and wear an outfit you can stand out in.

3. La Maison Rose

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La Maison Rose is a traditional French restaurant that doubles as a picturesque location. Its pink and green decor has become the set of many fashion and beauty photos in Paris.

4. The Eiffel Tower

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The Eiffel Tower is probably the most Instagrammed monument in Paris. The wrought-iron lattice tower is a stunning piece of art that you can see from almost anywhere in the city. Pro Tip: Head to the nearby steps on the river canal for an Instagram-worthy photo to get the full view of the tower.

5. Arc de Triomphe

 

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Arc de Triomphe is one of the most historic monuments in the city and honors those who played a part in The French Revolution. However, because of its location and size, it has become a major attraction and photo opp among tourists.

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