Pictures of Paris Covered in Snow Will Give You Winter Wanderlust

The heavy snow makes Paris looks more magical than you think.

Last few days, the magical City of Lights has been having a snow storm. Paris decided to shut down the Eiffel tower to visitors temporarily.

A woman is skiing on the snow-covered Montmartre hill in front of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on February 6, 2018 in Paris.

According to Meteo France weather service, 5.9 inches of snow dominated the city of Paris. This is the city’s biggest snowfall since 1987.

An evening snow storm at Notre Dame

The snow blizzard has caused an incredible 700km (430 miles) of traffic jam.

Snow snarls traffic across the French capital.

Children enjoying and playing outside the Palais Royal Garden.

Children play in the snow in the Palais Royal garden on Wednesday.

Paris Rooftops Covered with heavy snow.

An aerial view of Paris, France covered in snow on February 7, 2018

Tourists at the carousel in Montmartre.

Tourists under the snow at the basilica of the Sacre Coeur on February 6, 2018 in Paris, France.

The beauty of Arc De Triomphe in snow.

People pass by the Arc de Triomphe du Caroussel as they walk through the snow covered Tuileries garden on February 7, 2018 in Paris.

Pont Alexandre III.

A man walks along a snow-covered bridge in Paris, France

Champ De Mars

Men play rugby on a snow-covered Champs de Mar

Bride and Groom post-nuptial photoshoot  despite freezing temperature at Trocadero in Paris.

A wedding couple  pose for their own photographer in front of the Eiffel Tower at the snow-covered Trocadero square on February 7, 2018 in Paris, France.

People Walking across the Port Alexandre.

People walk on the snow-covered Pont Alexandre III bridge on February 7, 2018 in Paris, France.

Children enjoys building snowman.

Children make a snowman in front of the Eiffel Tower




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