The church dedicated to the sacred heart is a gorgeous white landmark standing at the top of Montmarte, Paris’ highest point. Next to the Eiffel Tower, the Basilique is the secondest highest and most-seen structure to rise from the beautiful city. Walking to the church, you’ll climb Paris’ storied streets with steps that climb narrowly between buildings right out of Paris postcards. Once at the church, there are more steps to climb, including the dizzying narrow spiral staircase leading to the top, where fabulous views of Paris and the Eiffel Tower can be found. However, these stairs are not for the meek, so make sure your family is up for the trek.