10 most Instagram-worthy spots in Paris

Sep 14, 2017

The City of Lights is one of the most visually stunning places in the world. So why not share those special moments with your Instagram followers while you’re there? From the iconic structures on the Parisian skyline to the lesser-known places, here are the best spots in the French capital to captivate your social media following.

1. Eiffel Tower

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This has got to be one of the most romantic places in Paris with many people travelling here to propose to their significant others. However, it still makes a great snap whether you’re there with a loved one or not. Located on Champ de Mars, the 300m wrought iron lattice tower was named after Gustave Eiffel who was behind its design and construction in 1887. It’s especially striking when it lights up at night.

Métro: Champs de Mars – Tour Eiffel

2. Rue Cremieux

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Much like some of London’s famous pastel-coloured mews, this Paris street makes the perfect backdrop for those looking to add a pop of colour to their Instagram feed. Located near Gare de Lyon, the street is lined with pretty painted buildings and potted plants that will add charm to your Instagram profile.

Métro: Gare de Lyon

3. Sacré-Coeur

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Put your comfortable walking shoes on for a trek up the 130-m high Montmartre hill to this beautiful building, or if you don’t want to, it makes just as stunning a photo from down below. Located in the 18th arrondissement, the big white church is so grand, it wouldn’t look out of place in a Disney animated film.

Métro: Abbesses, Lamarck Caulaincourt, Anvers

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4. Pigalle Duperré

It’s worth visiting the 9th arrondissement of Paris just to capture this colourful shot from above. Ill Studio’s collaboration with French fashion brand Pigalle and Nike resulted in the Pigalle Duperré basketball court (named after the street it’s located on, between two Parisian apartment blocks) in the same neighbourhood as the iconic Moulin Rouge. The transformation was inspired by Russian artist Kazimir Malevich’s Sportsmen painting, which shows four people standing alongside each other. Even if you’ve seen it before, it’s worth going back as the court is updated with new colour schemes.

Métro: Blanche