The best locations for your photoshoot in Paris.
Welcome to Paris!
Paris an enchanting city with infinite culture.
In Captourist feel free to choose the best locations for your photoshoot in Paris. The number of places you visit depends on your selected route and the time of the phototour you choose. We will show you the best locations for your photoshoot whatsoever.
Keep in mind that the time of your package and the route you select will determine the variety of your gallery.
The best option to take a better look at some of the most beautiful landmarks places inParis is walking paths. This way you will discover local stores or even magical spots, and letting you to understand the culture and local people by the hand of our captourers.
What are the best locations for your photo shoot?
Keep in mind that the time of your package and the route you select, will determine the variety of your gallery.
The best option to take a better look at some of the most beautiful landmarks places is walking paths in your destination, this way you will discover local stores or even magical spots that will help you to understand the culture and local people by the hand of our captourers.
Check our favorites places and routes.
Paris is an enchanting city with infinite culture, well-known architecture, museums, historical monuments and a world-class drinking, boutiques and classical bistros. Here we share some of our favourite spots and locations for your photo shoot in Paris.
Champs-Élysées is the most famous avenue in Paris that depicts elegance, luxury and fashion thanks to the top designer boutiques you can find there. In the surrounding neighborhood, you’ll find a brief respite from intense crowds, a less touristy feel and a historical sight of the city. At the the Place de l’Etoilelies the mythic Arc de Triumph, impressive in scale, and a great backdrop for a picture. Long way the avenue, you’ll discover numerous of boutiques, restaurants and cafés, perfect to stop by and get something to recover you from an intense stroll. Here are a fews spots you’ll find:
- Champs-Élysées avenues
- Arc de Triomphe
- Streets and alleys next to Arc de Triomphe
- Top boutiques
A trip to Paris is not always complete if you don’t visit the Eiffel tower. From almost every part of Paris you can see the tower, but there is a perfect place to do so and have magical views: Trocadéro. Located on the hill of Chaillot –an amazing large marble square with houses theaters and a few museums from where you’ll have a spectacular view to the Eiffel tower across the river Seine.
Another perfect spot you’ll discover is Champ de Mars a large public green space next to the Eiffel tower in which French families have been going there for generations. Having a picnic here is a formidable option to wait until the tower lights turn on.
- Eiffel tower
- Champ de Mars
- Palais de Chaillot
- Great views of Eiffel tower
Breathing the same air such as Van Gogh, Picasso, Dalí, Renoir and other famous painters in which they found their own inspiration is something passionate. Each window and attic carry its own history and strolling through its stony streets such as Rue de Steinkerque, walking ups and downs is like a travel back in time. At the top of the hill you’ll find lofty views from the Sacré-Coeur basilica.
- Amazing views of Paris
- Sacré-Coeur basilica
- Square Louise Michel
- Place du Tertre
Louvre is the world’s greatest art museum, with sunlight shimmering through the glass pyramid design by the American architect I.M. Pei. It’s an incredible backdrop for your session. Another amazing place to go is between the Louvre and Palace de la Concorde you can find the Jardin des Tuileries the oldest park in Paris, it is a perfect place to relax and have fun there, a carrousel, trampolines, and an amusement park in summer, it serves as a setting for one of the city’s loveliest walks.
- Louvre Museum
- Jardin des Tuileries
- Arc du Triomphe du Carrousel
- Place de la concorde
- Seine river
Luxemburg garden is located in the famous neighborhood of Latin Quarter, where Parisian cafés, peculiar book stores, eclectic restaurants and vibrant stylish shops give a bohemian charm.
This Park is one of the most popular in the city. With its tree-lined paths, fragrant flowers, art, a large pond, romance and charm is matchless. The Parisians enjoy going there because they want to avoid crowds and rather spend a quiet time.
The park covers 55 acres of gardens it’s considered the largest park in Paris. So its design encourages to stroll and relax. At the north of the park you’ll find the Luxemburg Palace, built as a royal residency, nowadays the meeting place for the French Senate. In front of the Palace you will find an octagonal pond where you can rent model boats and sail them on the water.
- Luxemburg Garden
- Luxemburg Palace
- Latin Quarter
- Luxemburg museum
- Marie de Medicis Fontain
A Cathedral with impressive frontage details. Notre-Dame is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the île de la Cité. Is widely known one of the best examples of French Gothic architecture. This Cathedral offers incredible panoramic views from the city that we consider one of the best. You will enjoy the surroundings strolling around the bulding because there are many things to do; such as stop by the Jean XXIII garden, eat a traditional ice cream of Saint Louis’Island at Berthillon. Walking on Rue Chanoinnesse where there is one of the oldest restaurants established in 1594 “Aux Vieux Paris”, reach the Saint Michel fountain and of course enjoy the amazing views that the Seine river offers of the Cathedral.
- Cathedral Notre-Dame
- Saint Michel fountain
- Seine river
- Surroundings of the Cathedral
There are many more amazing locations of course. Just keep in mind that come of your favorite photos may come from spots in between your primary locations.