Eiffel Tower, Paris
Having a photo of this iconic landmark is probably the only acceptable proof you have of ever having gone to Paris. If you don’t have one, no one will believe that you went there. The most classic shots of the Eiffel tower are taken from the Champs de Mars, the Eiffel Tower itself and the Place Trocadéro, you will find thousands of tourists there taking similar shots!
On a small side street in the 16th arrondissement there is a beautiful and rarely seen view of the tower. The Eiffel Tower is framed by very nice buildings. There are no tourist and only locals. You have all the place to yourself.
The Bir-Hakeim Bridge
Alexandre Gustave Eiffel, an architect who built the Eiffel Tower als the Bir-Hakeim Bridge. Anyways taking photographs near this bridge will give you some amazing compositional opportunities and some unique views.
The Eiffel Tower Itself
Up close to the Eiffel tower there are a lot of tourist and visitors. So it is quite hard to get nobody in the picture.
Right at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower you can try different shots/angles. Try to get close to the Eiffel tower and get inspired.