10 Picturesque Places to See in Paris Using Webcams

By Two Monkeys Travel - Contributor June 4th, 2021 Posted in Destination, Europe Travel Blog, Travel Blog, Travel Guides No comments

Paris is full of tourist attractions. Even if you’re not in Paris, you can still see its great sights. How? Webcams installed all across Paris make it possible. 

10 Picturesque Places to See in Paris Using Webcams
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Eiffel Tower Webcam

10 Picturesque Places to See in Paris Using Webcams
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In fact, you can now see the Eiffel Tower as you’ve never seen it before, via a webcam installed on the tower. It can be found on the France InTours Paris website. Eiffel Tower live cam enables you to see amazing views of Paris that will wow you! 

Embassy of France Webcam

Make a video tour of the French Embassy. Simply go to their official website. You’ll see a lot of amazing things there. It’s a good way to relax and distract yourself from a daily routine. 

Les Invalides Webcam

10 Picturesque Places to See in Paris Using Webcams
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The Invalides is a large complex of buildings in the 3rd arrondissement, just north of the Arc de Triomphe. The view from there is spectacular. It’s a beautiful place with the Tuileries Gardens in the background.

Rue de Rivoli Webcam

Take a picture of the Rue de Rivoli, which runs through the 9th, 10th, and 11th arrondissements. It’s a beautiful, tree-lined street. In the far background, you can see La Madeleine, one of the most exciting and extraordinary churches in Paris.

The Temple of Love Webcam

The Temple of Love is a religious attraction, located in the 3rd arrondissement. Located at the same address as the Temple of Love is a Webcam that offers you a great view of the temple.

Boulevard Saint-Germain-des-Prés Webcam

Just on the other side of the Arc de Triomphe, you can get a glimpse of the magnificent boulevard Saint-Germain-des-Prés, one of Paris’ most famous boulevards. The street is picturesque with charming restaurants and upscale shops.It’s the perfect place to see Paris from.

Saint-Germain-des-Prés is a place where the rich and famous go for great lunch, shopping, and shopping for more. You can enjoy the sights and sounds from the camera in the original animated gif.

Montparnasse Tower Webcam

The Montparnasse Tower is one of Paris’ most famous sights. It is located at the corner of the Rue du Temple and the Rue des Bourgeois.

From the sidewalk, you’ll be able to see the round top of the tower. It was opened in 1855 and is Paris’ third tallest tower.

Place de la Concorde

10 Picturesque Places to See in Paris Using Webcams
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Place de la Concorde is the main square in Paris. It’s located in the 15th arrondissement and was named after the Beauvais suburb it’s connected to. It’s a lovely area in Paris and is popular among photographers. The main attraction is the fountain and monument, but if you walk a few hundred feet away, there are several cafés and restaurants. There’s a great place called Place des Vosges which is a place to be seen with its abundance of Parisians.

The du Repos Vert (green place) is one of the most popular attractions as well. It’s right next to the main square and is a lovely place to go and enjoy the sun. The square is surrounded by nice cafes and bistros. 

Point Beauvois

Point Beauvois is a café and jazz bar located in the 5th arrondissement. It’s a popular place, and it offers a full bar and jazz band every night. It was founded in 1945 by a couple, Bruno and Jeanne, who put down their lives and livelihood to save the bar and jazz from destruction after World War II.

As it was on one of the main crossroads in Paris, it became the last safe place in the city when it was in ruins. The restaurant and bar still follow the same philosophy of caring for the city, as it offers discounts for locals, especially the elderly and those with disabilities.

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