Paris tourist attractions map
Paris metro map with tourist attractions. Paris tourist attractions map (Île-de-France - France) to print. Paris tourist attractions map (Île-de-France - France) to download. The Paris metro is the city subway or underground railway system, and is a good way for tourist for getting round Paris. This Paris tourist attractions map shows just central Paris, including most of the main tourist attractions such as Notre Dame cathedral and the Eiffel Tower, and main Paris railway stations.
Line 4 starts at Porte de Clignancourt, crosses Château Rouge (near the Sacré-Cœur on the Butte Montmartre), Châtelet and Cité, where you can access the Ile de la Cité and its tourist attractions. Surrounded by Pont neuf and Pont Marie, this place is incredibly romantic and recommended for admiring a beautiful sunset in Paris as its shown in Paris tourist attractions map. The following Paris station, Saint-Michel station, is located next to Notre Dame, before line 4 continues to Saint-Germain-des-Près and Montparnasse and its amazing tower.
Line 13 serves important stations particularly for tourist attractions, such as Montparnasse Bienvenüe, Invalides, Champs-Elysées-Clemenceau, Saint-Lazare, Place de Clichy and the Basilique Saint Denis as its mentioned in Paris tourist attractions map. Line 13 is the longest metro line in the Parisian network (24.3km). The line links the northeastern and northwestern suburbs to southern Paris. It is one of the most used lines by Parisians with 600 made trips a day.
Line 2 serves the stations of Nation, Père Lachaise (the famous cemetery), Anvers (the ideal station to visit the Sacré-Cœur and the Butte Montmartre), Pigalle where you can find the famous Moulin rouge, Charles de Gaulle Étoile (Arc de Triomphe) as its shown in Paris tourist attractions map. Line 2 was the second metro line to be built in the capital. Crossing Northern Paris on a semi-circular trajectory to allow tourist discover the best Paris attractions, line 2 was opened in 1903 and is 12.4 km long.