Notre Dame Cathedral
Notre Dame Cathedral is without question one of the most worthy photoshoot locations in Paris.
Sure, Notre Dame is officially closed until 2024. That does not mean, however, that it’s no longer one of the most photo-worthy locations in Paris.
Despite the construction surrounding the iconic Cathedral, the greater Notre Dame area is filled with fantastic photo spots, including the oldest Parisian cafe, Au Vieux Paris d’Arcole, the iconic bookstore, Shakespeare and Company, numerous stunning bridges, cobblestone streets, and more.
In fact, expressly because of the perception that the Cathedral is closed, you will not encounter large crowds—tourists, photographers, or otherwise.
Best time for pictures: sunrise (the actual cathedral is set to reopen in 2024)
Romance scale: moderate
Rain suitability: poor
Nearby locations: Louvre Museum, Seine River, Le Jardin du Luxembourg, Pont des Arts, Square du Vert-Galant, Cafés
Latitude & Longitude: 48.8530° N, 2.3499° E
The greater Notre Dame area is among the most photo-worthy in all of Paris