This arch was built in memory of Napoléon's Great Army at the top of the Champs-Elysées just 5 from the Hotel Tilsitt.
Basilica built to the glory of the "Holy Heart of Jesus" to redeem the Nation's sins after the 1870 bloodshed of the Commune of Paris overlooks Paris from the Montmartre hill.
The Hotel des Invalides, founded by Louis XIV to shelter 7,000 aged or crippled formed soldiers.
The major french religious building, masterpiece of gothic architecture.
Beaubourg or better known as the Pompidou Center, a lot of mixed feelings with its radical architectural design.
Neo-Greek temple ordered by Napoleon in homage to its Great Army, today a rich catholic parish.
Landmark of the French Revolution better known today as a hip district hosting the new Opera.
A famous early 17th century square with some of the most beautiful parisian apartments in the middle of a middle-age district.
The famous district in the left bank, location of the only parisian skyscaper and the train station.
The Paris' landmark : in 1889 Gustave Eiffel gave the French flag a 300 m (984ft.) pole to commemorate the revolution centenary, walking distance from the hotel.